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August 31, 2007

Congregation connects food, farming and faith

By Cathleen Hockman-Wert of Corvallis Mennonite Fellowship, from the the quarterly newsletter of the Interfaith Food and Farms Partnership (IFFP), a project of Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon's Interfaith Network for Earth Concerns. Corvallis Mennonite Fellowship dedicated five of our summer...


August 27, 2007

Apple vs Snack Cake Battle to the Death for the Farm Bill

Enjoy this farm bill drama between a Twinkie-like food item and a virtuous apple. Tomorrow, we're back to business with a serious Farm Bill action alert on Food Aid... The Food Battle web site's Farm Bill Quick Facts are great,...


August 27, 2007

When the going gets rough, join God's holy mission of justice and healing

The Food and Faith Blog highlights ways people are building life-giving food systems based on community, sustainability, faith and love, as well as ways our agri-food systems all too often fail to give glory to God. That is reality, and...


August 21, 2007

The Food Literacy Project

On Friday, we were picking up produce to bring over to the Urban Fresh farmer's market cold storage and I finally had the chance to see the Food Literacy Project, which shares space at the working Field Day Family Farm...


August 16, 2007

The real value of local food versus the straw man

From Anna Blythe Lappé (Co-author of Hope's Edge and author of GRUB, Anna will be the keynote speaker at the Presbyterians for Restoring Creation's National Ecojustice Conference in October) I don't know how many of you are Economist readers but,...

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