By Courtney Pelissero One of the greatest issues surrounding the food industry is waste. From production to consumption, there is a large amount of waste being created. First off, we can think about the animal waste that is produced. With our concentrated livestock operations, there is an excess amount of waste that cannot be absorbed … Continue reading Why are we wasting waste?
You can’t put a fence around everything. You just can’t. But what do you do when there are hordes of rabbits lurking until you turn your back, ready to devour everything you just planted? Those pesty creatures munched heartily on even Marigolds, my least favorite flower but the one I have always thought to be … Continue reading Rabbits: The New Plague
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