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by Sam Rubinoff
I graduated from the University of Vermont in May, and instead of battling the tough job market, I decided to take a different route: riding my bike from Burlington to Maine to get a fresh lobster, camping out along the way.
Shortly after my victory meal, Green Living Journal asked me to write an article on colleges that serve locally grown foods in their cafeterias. By that time, it was late fall, and I challenged myself to bike to several Maine colleges before the snow arrived. The schools—The College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Unity College in Unity, Bates College in Lewiston, and St. Joseph's College in Standish—all advertise a commitment to environmental sustainability. What I discovered was that each of these schools has a different approach to getting local foods onto the daily menu.
by Patrick Morris and Stephen Morris
In May of 1978 the Great Beer Trek left from the South Shore of Boston and headed out to discover America through its beers. The first stop, for fuel and directions, was Dan & Whit's in Norwich, Vermont.
by Julie Ann Herrell
The mother has worked hard to produce a half gallon of quality organic fermented tea for my consumption, and she needs to rest before creating more. Her baby, the love child, is a result of her hard labors, and he will go forth to produce a baby himself, becoming a mother.
by Jessica Prentice
Jessica Prentice coined the word “locavore” which was chosen as the Oxford Word of the Year! We asked her how the word came about.
by Victoria Boutenko
This summer I re-discovered green smoothies. What do I mean by green smoothie? Here is one of my favorite recipes
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by Jill Breitner
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by Sarah Morrison
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by Ellen Ecker Ogden
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