Last week, we explained true cost economics and the health benefits associated with organics in Why Buy Organic (Part 1).
#5 Join a community of people who care about healthy, organic food. You are what you eat, so you want to eat good food. Your local food co-op has the good food you want. Co-ops offer a wide selection of organic food and they tend to source products from local vendors whenever possible.
Autumn is here! And along with the abundance of the harvest season and cooler night temperatures is the part that no one looks forward to: cold and flu season. The good news is that there are plenty of preventative steps you can take to avoid getting sick.
More than two-thirds of the world's crops rely on insects for pollination. Honey bees and other native pollinators provide this indispensable service that the human population, as well as birds and other mammals, depend on for food. But these helpful invertebrates are disappearing.