Monthly Archives: July 2016

Parmesan is Filled with Wood Chips (and other food horror stories)

Lamb has the largest footprint of any food. Bagged salad can be toxic. Tomatoes are ruining the water supply. Halibut is super scarce. That’s just the beginning. Photo: Flickr

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Huertas Program Builds Gardens for Food Insecure Migrant Workers

“Food security is about a lot of things,” says Teresa Mares in an interview with Vermont Public Radio. Mares is an anthropology professor at the University of Vermont and the co-director of Huertas, a community-based food access project that facilitates … Continue reading

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From Africa to Vermont, and Still Farming

This piece was originally published on the UVM Food Feed in September 2014. Refugees will often give up customs, language, and rituals in their new culture, but seldom their food. David Bonsana, born and raised in the Republic of the … Continue reading

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