Food for Thought and Action: A Food Sovereignty Curriculum. Food for Thought and Action: A Food Sovereignty Curriculum is a remarkably useful popular education tool. It offers a practical way to strengthen a growing food sovereignty movement that includes consumers, farmers, environmentalists and faith communities. Building from the experiences of literally millions of grassroots activists world-wide, Food for Thought and Action challenges us to fix our broken food system.– Michael Pollan, Author of The Omnivore's Dilemma and The Botany of Desire It's been said that "you are what you eat. " In the face of a global food crisis, it's clear that we've been forced to swallow far more than what's on our plates. Our global food system is terribly broken, with nearly a billion hungry people around the world.
How can we respond to such a massive and urgent problem? The curriculum is divided into four modules: one each for consumers, faith and anti-hunger groups, environmentalists and farmers. This curriculum emphasizes informed activism. The World That Can Be/New Future. Env Policy & Conservation. Faith, Art and Farming. My girls, my girls!
They are soooo ready to kid! Their kiddos are going to be available soon, stay tuned… Luke 19:40 The Triumphal Entry of the King into Jerusalem Jesus answered, “I tell you, if these were silent, the very stones would cry out.” We have ladies in waiting. This is as good as waiting gets… My 3 Kinder kids are now with their new Pygmy herd in Selah WA. So Coco, Ginger and Rue now have what their new owners call a “forever home”. I’m posting today after a very difficult time concerning my goats. I’ve spayed the two youngest Hanna and Ginger, they are 4 and 6 months. I had to spay in order to protect the health of the animals and the breed standard and would like to recoup that cost of $80.00 each if possible. If you know anyone that needs a pet, a companion animal for horses or cattle, or brush and weed eaters please pass this on. Update- I’ve placed Hanna as a companion animal for a llama and sheep!
My girl Zoe, may she rest in peace. We’re making power today! Debbie Young. The Green Life: Tips for living well and doing good from Sierra magazine. Spring is upon us, and with it come asparagus, beets, artichokes, and citrus fruits.
Here are three fantastic dishes using the best that spring has to offer. Try them together for a vegan meal that’ll even have carnivores begging for seconds. Starter: Shaved asparagus salad This spring-inspired salad from Sunny Vegan blogger Amanda is crisp, light, and quick (no cooking required). Makes 4 servings Base: 1 pound large stalk asparagus 8 ounces firm tofu- crumbled 1/4 cup Italian parsley - roughly chopped Dressing: 1/4 cup fresh lemon juice 1/2 cup olive oil 1 1/2 teaspoon light agave 1 teaspoon dijon mustard salt and pepper Directions: With a mandoline, knife, or vegetable peeler, shave off long lengths of asparagus.
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