Food

Pesticide Action Network: What’s On Your Food Database

Pesticide Action Network: “What’s On Your Food Database” EASY TO USE, shows bee toxins, carcinogens, neurotoxins, hormone disruptors, hormone and reproductive toxins by food. CLICK BELOW FOR DATABASE: What’s On My Food? :: Pesticides On Food (whatsonmyfood.org) Pesticides …on our food, even after washing; …in our bodies, for years; …& in our environment, traveling many […]

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Will Bucklin at his dry-farmed vineyard Old Hill Ranch in Sonoma Valley. Photograph: Charlotte Simmonds for the Guardian

When in Drought, California Dry-farming by The Guardian

  When in Drought, California Dry-farming by The Guardian Dry farming forgoes modern irrigation and, farmers say, produces much tastier crops. In a drought-stricken state, should others follow suit? Wine grapes were not watered in Sonoma and Napa before the 1970’s. Corporate wine moved in after that and water use became the norm. Grape growers

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Will Bucklin at his dry-farmed vineyard Old Hill Ranch in Sonoma Valley. Photograph: Charlotte Simmonds for the Guardian

When in Drought, California Dry-farming by The Guardian

  When in Drought, California Dry-farming by The Guardian Dry farming forgoes modern irrigation and, farmers say, produces much tastier crops. In a drought-stricken state, should others follow suit? Wine grapes were not watered in Sonoma and Napa before the 1970’s. Corporate wine moved in after that and water use became the norm. Grape growers

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‘Next pandemic here? Dirty and Dangerous’: New Data Show Higher Rates of Contamination in Pork Plants Using New Slaughter System

‘Next pandemic here? Dirty and Dangerous’: New Data Show Higher Rates of Contamination in Pork Plants Using New Slaughter System  Plants adopting the Trump-approved New Swine Inspection System had, on average, nearly double the rate of fecal and digestive matter contamination of other facilities.  Published on Friday, February 19, 2021 by Common Dreams by Brett Wilkins, staff

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