Food Security Series

    
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  Food Security Series
March 21, 2013
  Can we live waste-free?PDF files may take a moment to load

This week’s feature is the fourth and final in our series on food security. The first part looked at a Canadian perspective, the second looked at organic farms in New Orleans. and the third looked at composting. This week’s is about reducing waste.





Can we live waste-free in a world where most goods come packaged, and throwing stuff away allows us to forget about it? We need to change the way we think about waste and reduce the amount of waste we produce. 


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March 14, 2013
  CompostingPDF files may take a moment to load

This week’s feature is the third in a four-part series on food security. The first part looked at a Canadian perspective, the second looked at organic farms in New Orleans. This week’s is about the benefit of composting food waste. Stay tuned for how to reduce inorganic food waste next week.

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March 07, 2013
  Keepin’ it fresh in New OrleansPDF files may take a moment to load

This week’s feature is the second in a four part series on food security. The first part looked at a Canadian perspective on food security, and this week looks at organic farms in New Orleans. Stay tuned for how to reduce and recycle food waste in the next two weeks.

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February 27, 2013
  The state of food security in CanadaPDF files may take a moment to load

Food security is a broad topic that we need to learn more about. The next four features will be a series on different aspects of food security, ranging from a Canadian viewpoint to a New Orleans viewpoint, and how to reduce and recycle food waste. Stay tuned for a student’s trip to urban farms in New Orleans next week.

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