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Reduce Household Food Waste by Trading Meals with your Neighbors

Posted in Blog on Tuesday, November 12th, 2013

I really enjoy cooking, and I value dinners at home with my family on weeknights. But I was having trouble making it happen on a regular basis and I was continually missing the mark on how much food to buy

Food Skills We’re Learning in Intentional Community

Posted in Blog on Friday, November 1st, 2013

I live in an intentional community in the Northern San Francisco Bay Area. We have big gardens, chickens, a community room that’s an old renovated barn and though most of us work off the property, we do a lot of

Treasures in the Trash: Diving for Food in the East Bay

Posted in Blog on Friday, October 18th, 2013

I felt a combination of apprehension and excitement as I prepared for my first dumpster diving mission. While gathering my flashlight, rubber gloves, and old shoes, I pictured my Honda Civic filled with bags of lettuce and wondered how much

The Largest “WE” in Human History

Posted in Blog on Thursday, October 3rd, 2013

Who is going to finance the new economy, the economy that moves beyond “sustain” to regeneration? Who is going to invest in the new social entrepreneurs who can transform poverty into purpose? The answer is: we are. It is our

How College Students Use the Power of a Grilled Cheese to Change the World

Posted in Blog on Sunday, September 22nd, 2013

Did you know*… 1.2 billion people on the planet are severely undernourished 870 million live in a state of perpetual, chronic hunger 8500 children die every day from hunger – or about one child every 10 seconds FeelGood, a non-profit

An All You Eat Cycle of Waste

Posted in Blog on Tuesday, September 17th, 2013

The all you can eat India buffet in downtown Asheville is always packed. Electronic music pulses though the space. Hindu Gods stare down from their perches on the wall. It is a free-for-all, and the line stretches out the door.