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Portable solar farm planned for Milwaukee

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By Unknown #2 October 1, 2009
The first of its kind in the nation, a 2,500-panel portable solar farm will be constructed by MATC north of Capitol Drive near the Milwaukee Public Television radio transmitter. Read more...
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Locavore, foodie ... foodiot? What?

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By Unknown #2 October 1, 2009
Good Magazine asks the question: Are you a foodiot? Read more...
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Sustainable and green in Spring Green

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By Unknown #2 October 2, 2009
Thank you to Karen Herzog at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, who penned this interesting story about Frank Lloyd Wright and his interest in self-sufficiency and growing food. Who knew? Read more...
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Who's afraid of Michael Pollan?

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By Unknown #2 October 2, 2009
An interesting, short piece about Michael Pollan and the farmers who fear him appears on Grist.org. Read more...
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USDA gives a shout out to farmers

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By Unknown #2 October 3, 2009
Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Kathleen Merrigan held a Facebook chat session on Thursday about the USDA "Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food" program. Ah, social media, what a grand thing it can be. Read more...
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TED Talk: How food shapes our cities

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By Unknown #2 October 5, 2009
Every day, in a city the size of London, 30 million meals are served. But where does all the food come from? Architect Carolyn Steel discusses the daily miracle of feeding a city, and shows how ancient food routes shaped the modern world. Read more...
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Sustainability sound bites

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By Unknown #2 October 5, 2009
Quotes can be trite, Hallmark-esque and banal. But some are worth sticking to your cubicle wall. We found a few worthy words about the environment: Read more...
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Cond?

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By Unknown #2 October 5, 2009
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Do you know where your ground beef comes from?

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By Unknown #2 October 5, 2009
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The ultimate field trip

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By Unknown #2 October 6, 2009
Lucky kids in the Washington D.C. area will be going on field trips to the White House - to visit Michelle Obama's kitchen garden and learn about growing food. Twice a week, school children from elementary through high school age will learn about food, nutrition and healthy eating on tours led by the White House chefs. Read more...
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Organic counts

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By Unknown #2 October 7, 2009
Organic Valley, that local good egg in the vast, varied world of dairy farming, has added up how many pounds of fertilizer and pesticides its organic practice has kept out of our environment: Read more...
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Five things you didn't know you can recycle

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By Unknown #2 October 7, 2009
Green America has put together a list of recyclable things we often don't think of recycling, and tells us where to send them: Read more...
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Good weekend for foodies

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By Unknown #2 October 8, 2009
Foodies and wine-lovers (beer, too) are in luck this weekend, with two great events taking place in Milwaukee. Read more...
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Food message for a young audience

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By Unknown #2 October 9, 2009
Michael Pollan's The Omnivore's Dilemma is being re-released on October 15, in a new young reader'sedition. Featuring more photos, graphics and other new content, the book takes Pollan's healthy eating message to the next generation of consumers. Read more...
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It's easy being green

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By Unknown #2 October 9, 2009
Well, it's not always as hard as we think. Read more...
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The latest issue online!

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By Unknown #2 October 12, 2009
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Pollan debunks organic myths

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By Unknown #2 October 12, 2009
At a Grist.org event in San Francisco, food author Michael Pollan talked about big agriculture and organics, gave a nod to Will Allen and Joel Salatin, another farmer known for his organic production prowess, and answered the question:Can we really feed the world without industrialized ag? Read more...
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What is the deal with ground beef?

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By Unknown #2 October 13, 2009
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Bolzano brings home the artisan bacon

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By Unknown #2 October 14, 2009
Milwaukee may be known for its excellent beer and cheese, but former Outpost employee Scott Buer is carving out a niche selling fine artisan meats. Read more...
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The underlying energy problem

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By Unknown #2 October 14, 2009
Want to see more wind farms? Seems like a good idea, right? But wind farms are no good if the transmission lines don't exist to transport the power. This is the case in many areas of the country where wind valleys and open space exist, but the energy grid is deficient. Read more...
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