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The Voice of Organics in the Atlantic!
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Community Events
Save our Seed - Stop Bill C-18
Bill C-18, the “Agricultural Growth Act” omnibus bill, amending several federal agricultural laws, was introduced in Parliament on December 9, 2013. If passed, it will give multi-national agri-business much more money, power and control while increasing farmers’ costs and reducing farmers’ autonomy and Canadian seed sovereignty.more...

Special offers for healthy living
Click on any of the following links to learn about the special promotional offers that are being featured each month. Offers are extended by local businesses that provide services to the community that are complimentary to the core philosophy of Home Grown Organic Foods.
Healthy Body                 Clear Mind                 Happy Homes

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Recipe of the week
Broccoli in Sesame Sauce
A quick and easy dish that is brimming with nutrition and flavour. more...
Nutrition and Health
Where it begins...
In the garden
Common Roots Urban Farm
Common Roots Urban Farm is into its third year of production. Last year they delivered 1650 lbs of healthy produce to the Parker Street Food Bank with the help of youth groups, school classes, and hundreds of volunteers. more...
How to avoid Genetically engineered food
Greenpeace Canada
Greenpeace opposes the release of genetically engineered (GE) crops and animals into the environment based on the precautionary principle. We also oppose patents on plants, animals, humans and genes. Life is not a commodity.www.greenpeace.org.

Food Not Bombs weekly meeting
Halifax, NS
Food not Bombs offers free meals twice a week on Sunday at 1 pm in front of the Gottingen Street Public Library and Wednesday at 5:30 pm in front of the Spring Garden Road Library. Hunger is not an agricultural issue - it is a distribution problem.
Sustainability 101
Buying Locally
Conscious Consumerism
Cooking Tips
Energy Conservation
Environmental Preservation
Fair Trade
Food Storage Tips
Food Trivia
Genetically Modified Organisms
Health and Nutrition
Organic Agriculture
Personal Care
Pesticides and Food Additives
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The Benefits of Organics
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