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How One Man's Foodscape on His Rooftop Garden Managed to Feed His Family
My garden is a lousy place for a garden. Located on a tenth-floor terrace a few hundred yards from Manhattan’s Ground...
5 Ways to Green Up Your Diet
Get our 5 tips to help you green up your diet. Throughout the year, and especially on Earth Day (April 22), eco-...
Why Grass Fed Meats are Better for You
Beef and lamb that graze on grass deliver a healthy dose of good-for-you omega-3 fats compared to animals fed a mix of...
The Benefits of Joining a Food Club
When Rebecca Andersson started a Meetup.com group in 2007 for green-minded moms in Portland, Oregon, she had playdates...
Peace Corps for Foodies
There’s no denying the statistics: 1 in 3 American kids is overweight, 2 in 3 don’t exercise enough and all live in a...
Host a DIY Food Swap
When Kate Payne posted on twitter that she had made too much marmalade, Megan Paska offered to trade her honey and eggs...
Spotlight on 5 Sustainable U.S. Shellfish Farms that are Getting It Right
On a foggy summer day, I walk the cobbly edge of Totten Inlet, a narrow estuary at the southern tip of Washington's...
How to Shop for GE-Free Food
One of the biggest quandaries for consumers today is that there is no labeling requirement for genetically engineered...
8 Genetically Engineered Foods to Watch For
What you need to know about these GE foods. Historically, crops have been genetically tweaked to be herbicide-...
Is Genetically Engineered Food the Food of the Future?
When I was a kid, I’d go down to the fishing docks near the New England town where my family spent our summer vacations...
Trend Watch: Community Supported Fisheries
When word got out among Boston-area foodies that the Cape Ann Fresh Catch community supported fishery (CSF) was being...
Waste-Less Packaging
Food packaging generates nearly a third of the municipal solid waste in the U.S. Some manufacturers are trying to curb...
EatingWell Interviews the Filmmakers of "Vanishing of the Bees"
Around the world, honeybees have been mysteriously disappearing in a phenomenon known as Colony Collapse Disorder. And...
How to Brew a Greener Cup of Coffee
You're already greener for making your coffee at home instead of driving to the coffee shop and burning fossil fuel....
3 Champions of Sustainable Food
Founded in Boston in 1993, Chefs Collaborative was one of the first national chef organizations to “steer the...
10 Food Rules You Should Follow
What should you eat? With so many food choices available to us—from wholesome organic foods to supersized processed...
How Green Are You?
* I buy organic * I buy organic and use green kitchen cleaning products * I buy organic, use green kitchen cleaning...
Fish and Shellfish: 6 to Eat, 6 to Avoid
Pictured Recipe: Plank-Grilled Salmon with Creamy Tarragon Sauce
How to Make Sustainable Seafood Choices at the Fish Market
The weekend after Thanksgiving, I steer my boat, First Light, out of the harbor knowing this will be my last fishing...
Mexico's Sustainable Avocado Mecca
On a jade-tinted hillside in the lush southwestern Mexican state of Michoacán, Chef Rick Bayless held up an avocado as...
How to Eat to Beat Climate Change
Until she started writing her latest book, Diet for a Hot Planet (Bloomsbury, 2010), activist Anna Lappé didn’t think...
Eat Low-Carbon for a Day
Want your diet to have a lower carbon footprint? Here’s a days worth of recipe ideas featuring low-carbon ingredients...
Which Napkins Are The Greenest?
Which napkins are more environmentally friendly—cloth or paper? For the answer, we asked Pablo Päster, environmental...
Trace Your Food
It’s easy to know who grew your asparagus or picked your apples if you frequent the farmers’ market or are a CSA member...
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