Monthly Archives: May 2010

February 2007 map showing states affected by the honey bee collapse disorder. Map courtesy MAAREC. Honeybee colonies used for pollinating commercial crops are dying off at an unprecedented rate. More than 1/3 of the commercial bee colonies across the country … Continue reading

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The Sag Harbor Express looks at the beginning of Edible Communities and how the expansion of the magazines has paralleled the growth of the sustainable food movement. Back in 2002, when Tracey Ryder and Carole Topalian published Edible Ojai a … Continue reading

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Chipotle Pictures presents their award-winning documentary, titled “Locavores: Defining The Local Food Movement”. The film was produced for the Foodbank of Santa Barbara County’s 2010 ‘Feed The Future’ Video Competition, and was awarded 1st Place, along with $300. The film … Continue reading

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Listen to this podcast on Edible Radio. Victual Reality, the podcast about food politics, is hosted by Tom Philpott. Tom’s guest today is Ben Hewitt. In October 2008, newspapers brimmed with grim economic news. Once-mighty Wall Street investment banks teetered … Continue reading

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Edible Institute 2010 from Edible Communities on Vimeo. Back in January, we launched our inaugural Edible Institute a gathering of influential writers, thinkers, and eaters from around the country. Held at the Bishops Lodge in Santa Fe, NM, we were … Continue reading

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Tracey Ryder, the President and CEO of Edible Communities, Inc. talks to Lynne Kasper of The Splendid Table about the issues facing small, local dairies. /*

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