Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Reading Round Up: Placenta Edition

NYC’s first urban farming shop opens April 4th

I Regret Eating My Placenta

Enlist Beneficial Insects for Natural Pest Control

Solar Cooker is a solution for emergency

42 Flowers You Can Eat

Avalanche research aids search for tastier ice cream

Food, Not War, Is the Biggest Threat to World Security, Argues Lester Brown

Cooking up Energy: Waste gases from fried chicken offer clean power

Food Poisoning's Hidden Legacy

World’s Largest Rooftop Farm Planned For Brooklyn Making New York The Model For Urban Agriculture

Cornell Research Helps Lotus Rice Use Less Water and Taste Better Too

Watch Some Clips From PBS' New Series, Food Forward

The world’s first cookbook that you can eat

NYC Investigating Possible Tofu-Related Botulism Cases

DIY Mini Aquaponic Vegetable and Fish Farm

Pesticides harming bee populations, researchers suggest

Farmers blend traditional and science-based forecasts

Five Sustainable Innovations in Aquaculture

Thinking Outside the Window Box: Urban Garden System Suspends From Windowsill

Foods in the Year 2000

Food Start-Ups Find a Home in Brooklyn

A Natural Approach to Gardening

Plot to beat the drought

In Bangladesh, a Battle Between Farmers and Climate Change

Van Gogh’s Sunflowers Were Genetic Mutants

Seeing is Believing: The Story Behind Henry Heinz’s Condiment Empire

Arid land and salt water to help grow food in Africa

Startup turns your old sandwich into electricity

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