The Book Group will have a break in the summer and we are planning a film series of films in downtown Sebastopol about the culture of food. If you are interested in joining the organizing team, please email SFRR Film Group.
Margaret Atwood's 1985 book, The Handmaid's Tale, played out in a world with declining human births because pollution and sexually transmitted disease were causing sterility.
Does fiction anticipate reality? Two new research papers add scientific weight to the possibility that pollution, especially endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs), are undermining male fertility. ... See MoreSee Less
Lazy Millennial Farms believe it is the only farm in the Bay Area that’s growing crops veganically. That means no animal fertilizers, fish emulsions, blood or bone meal (dried animal bones and blood that is processed from the remains at slaughterhouses) that are relied upon so heavily in organic farming. ... See MoreSee Less
Meh... Vegans only respect large organisms. I guess everything just spontaneously fertilizes without the aid of rodents, bees/insects, or birds.
Do bacteria count?
Do vegans wonder about the millions of field mice "threshed" to harvest their wheat?
Grew the biggest tomatoes ever this year with cover crops and vegan fertilizer!