User: flenvcenter Topic: Food-National
Category: Food Production :: Gardens
Last updated: Sep 21 2016 22:18 IST RSS 2.0
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Liberty Wells garden grows fruit, veggies and community 31.8.2016 Salt Lake Tribune
A community garden is where neighbors get together to plant fruits and vegetables ­— and grow a community. It’s pretty simple, according to Ashley Patterson of Wasatch Community Gardens. “You bring people together to grow food. We want to empower them to take a little piece of their neighborhood.” Tuesday, Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie’s Biskupski commemorated the first harvest of the Liberty Wells Community Garden, 1700 S. 700 East. “Liberty Wells neighbors, including some of our newest resident ... <iframe src="" height="1" width="1" > </frame>
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Big data's runway picks? Bomber jackets, sheer fabrics and bare shoulders 31.8.2016 LA Times: Commentary

If the designers rushing to finish their spring lines ahead of New York Fashion Week followed the e-commerce trends instead of their muses, the fashion runways would be overflowing with bomber jackets, sheer fabrics, bare shoulders and slipdresses.

That’s according to a study provided first to...

The Hidden Poverty in Marijuana’s Black Market 29.8.2016 Politics on
This story comes to us from Capital & Main and the Economic Hardship Reporting Project. Sign up for email alerts from Capital & Main. Rural Trinity County is home to 13,500 people in Northern California and marijuana production is rampant there. Along with Humboldt and Mendocino counties, Trinity comprises California’s “Emerald Triangle,” a region known for its prolific marijuana farming. Hayfork is Trinity County’s second largest town, and an area of concentrated production. Trinity has been subject to a series of natural resource economic booms: In the eras before marijuana, both the gold and timber industries thrived in its rugged expanse of mountains. Hayfork in particular was singularly tied to those economies. When the timber business went bust in the early 1990s, Hayfork’s economy tanked. The town, once home to seven timber mills, lost its final mill in 1996, and overnight 160 jobs were lost. Since then, the economy has failed to stabilize. In the wake of the timber industry’s collapse, many ...
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FarmBot Will Grow Your Food For You; Just Press Go 29.8.2016 Green on

What if you could grow food in your backyard with little to no understanding of gardening? A new robotic system may make this a reality for everybody. Farmbot Genesis is an open source, autonomous farming system that is supposed to fit virtually anyone’s backyard, greenhouse or rooftop.

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One Scientist’s Crazy Bet to Save the Bees: Join Monsanto 29.8.2016 Wired Top Stories
One  Scientist’s Crazy Bet to Save the Bees: Join Monsanto
Jerry Hayes is on a quest to save the bees. So when Monsanto began investigating a way to help, he joined them---and kicked up a swarm of controversy. The post One Scientist’s Crazy Bet to Save the Bees: Join Monsanto appeared first on WIRED.
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Friday Durango Dayplanner 26.8.2016 Durango Herald
Meetings and EventsDolores Mountain Quilt Show, all day, Dolores Community Center, 400 Riverside Ave., Dolores, yoga adult classes, 8:15-9:15 a.m., $5, props provided, Outdoor Amphitheater,...
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Steamboat Springs Farmers Market is flourishing 26.8.2016 Steamboat Pilot
Stone-ground heirloom chocolate, bear fat soap and a real garden you can grow inside your house are all being made or sold by local vendors at the Steamboat Springs Farmers Market this year, which is entering its final month of operation for the summer. Not surprisingly, MainStreet Steamboat, the nonprofit group that runs the farmers market, has a little trouble getting actual farmers into this part of the Northwest Colorado Rocky Mountains. What: Steamboat Springs Farmers Market When: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., every Saturday through Sept. 24 Where: Intersection of Seventh and Yampa streets MainStreet Steamboat Manager Lisa Popovich said they beef up the farmers market with regional farmers and also welcome craft vendors.   “We have a very limited selling season and growing season so we concentrate on meat, and a lot of things like salsa and baked goods,” Popovich said. It seems to be working as downtown fills up every Saturday with people munching on pretzels, smoked salmon and delicious pastries while ...
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Vandals tip over bee hives, trample Longmont community garden 24.8.2016 Denver Post: Local
Vandals trampled garden plots and knocked over bee hives at Second Start Community Garden in Longmont.
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How much food can cities produce? 24.8.2016 - News for the rest of us
How much food can cities produce?
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Wednesday Durango Dayplanner 24.8.2016 Durango Herald
Meetings and EventsKiwanis of the Narrow Gauge meeting, 6:45-7:30 a.m., Carver Brewing Co., 1022 Main Ave., 375-0079.Sunrise Yoga adult classes, 7-8 a.m. and 8:15-9:15 a.m., $5, props provided, Outdoor Amphitheater, Durango Community Recreation...
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World's most breathtaking greenhouses 23.8.2016 CNN: Top Stories
"The yearning for nature is really strong, and particularly if you're a city dweller, it's even more important."
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Former USC star Todd Marinovich arrested after being found naked with drugs in stranger's backyard, police say 23.8.2016 LA Times: Commentary

Former USC and Raiders quarterback Todd Marinovich was arrested after he was found naked with methamphetamine in a stranger’s backyard by Irvine police investigating a call about a nude man wandering a nearby hiking trail, according to authorities. 

Marinovich, who once bore the nickname “Robo...

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Smart PR or sustainability? Inside Target's $40 million food investment 22.8.2016 Design & Innovation |
The full effect of big-budget corporate community spending really depends on a company's business model.
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Expedition documents sea life, habitat around Channel Islands 21.8.2016 LA Times: Environment

Beneath the waves, flame-colored rockfish slipped past coral fans, brittle stars lay in wait for prey, and anemones swayed with the current.

It’s a scene often featured in photo spreads of tropical atolls and islets, but these coral gardens are in the chilly waters off California’s Channel Islands,...

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5 things to do in Ballard during the week of Aug. 21 21.8.2016 Seattle Times: Top stories

Things to do in Ballard during the week of Aug. 21.
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For immigrant residents displaced by Silver Spring fire, finding new home may not be easy 20.8.2016 Washington Post
For immigrant residents displaced by Silver Spring fire, finding new home may not be easy
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Mormon church opposes plan for futuristic, green communities 20.8.2016 Seattle Times: Nation & World

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The utopic communities envisioned by a wealthy Mormon businessman near religious landmarks in Utah and Vermont would feature small homes clustered around community gardens and focus on walkability to reduce the need for cars. David Hall’s effort to build sustainable communities is years away from reality but took a hit […]
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Local Briefs 19.8.2016 Durango Herald
Tour de Farms tickets still availableThe 10th annual Tour de Farms cycling and farm-garden tours will be held at 8 a.m. Saturday at multiple locations:The in-town ride group will meet at 7:45 a.m. at La Plata County Fairgrounds,...
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Shrimp Grown In Tanks Make A Splash, Coming To A Market Near You 18.8.2016 NPR News
The U.S. appetite for shrimp is often fed in unsavory ways, with seafood produced unsustainably, sometimes with slave labor. In New York's Hudson Valley, an indoor aqua farm is raising an alternative.
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It’s true — tropical-looking Scheffleras can survive outside in Seattle winters 18.8.2016 Seattle Times: Top stories

Scheffleras are just houseplants, proving they can survive Seattle’s cold, wet climate. You just have to know where to plant them, and how to care for them.
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