The Weekly Harvest: Blogs Here and Yonder 2/1 yikes!

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February 2, 2012 at 9:17 am

For me this week in the roundup of blogs, the issue that was out there was the vote and the case of small farmers versus Monsanto, to get up to the  minute information, become more informed and to take action on a grass roots level.. FooddemocracyNow.org is the place to go and be on their mailing list.

Winter does not hinder our friends at Growing Home.

Another great food activism site is Nourishlife.org

And as usual in the roundup I always check the positive daily posts of NourishingthePlanet.org

Farmer Ben Hewittt in Vermont puts out his weekly philosophical posts of life off the grid here..

For encouragement in locavorism, Chief Beet Rob Gardner recommends Bergen.com “Homegrown: How to Eat Local for the Winter” as well as Simple, Good & Tasty, “Fermentation: How to Live with Wild Things” and Rob ,also, recommends ChicagoRegen.com, an idea exchange on all things sustainable.

TheHonestMealProject.com by Dana Cox Lipe as she moves into Chapter 2 is one to keep on your radar screen.

To find out more about Hugh Amano’s Salons go to Food On the Dole, he has a Mid-Winter Market Salon coming up on Feb 9th. What is a salon? You are going to have to go here and read about it!

There is always a food experiment or insight going on at Michael Gebert’s SkyFullofBacon.com .

Blue-kitchen.com – Has a Feb. 1 post on brownies and squirrels.

Do you have a food/activism/locavore/farm that you check every week? Leave it down in the comments below!

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One Comment

  1. Growing Home says:

    Thanks for including us in your weekly write up!

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