Year: 2022

SeedChange launches three local seed demo sites in Quebec to fight against rising food prices – The Suburban Newspaper

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With spring planting season upon us, as well as rising food prices and projections that the Ukraine-Russia conflict will exacerbate food insecurity everywhere, SeedChange – a non-profit organization that works with farmers to protect seeds and grow food sustainably – has announced a new initiative to help ensure…

Combating hunger is top priority for Christian Community Service Center Garden – Houston Chronicle

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Lindsay Peyton, CorrespondentMay 22, 2022 This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 1of7Christian Community Service Center community garden volunteer Margaret Weddle, Saturday, May 14, 2022, in Houston.Marie D. De Jesús, Houston Chronicle / Staff photographerShow MoreShow Less 2of7Christian Community Service Center community garden coordinator Ron…

California Water Regulators Still Haven’t Considered the Growing Body of Research on the Risks of Oil Field Wastewater – InsideClimate News

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California is heading into its dry season after one of the driest winters on record, preceded by a brief reprieve from the worst drought in its history. No wonder water managers in the Central Valley’s parched farm belt are increasingly interested in a controversial practice: reusing oil field…