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1000EcoFarms Launches Partnership with FoodCoin

The 1000EcoFarms team is excited to announce a partnership with the new project - FoodCoin EcoSystem. FoodCoin, once launched, will be a blockchain-based cryptocurrency designed so that people in the real food movement have a resource that directly supports their networks. This secure and efficient token will be available to all members of our community and marketplace in the coming months.

Organic Sales Soar - But Is All Good Food Organic?

Organic sales continue to rise — along with the number of organic farms — indicating consumer demand for high quality food and transparency. But that doesn’t mean that all good food is labeled “organic”.

Citizens’ Petition to FDA could Dramatically Change What Local Foods We Can Find

As small farmers struggle to sell raw milk directly to consumers, a local food advocacy group is petitioning to the FDA to stop conducting aggressive raids against dairy farmers as long as they use the recommended product labeling.

Milk - An Essential Part Of The All-American Diet

Around 10 000 BC, the “agricultural revolution” occurred and with it came domesticated animals and the ingenuity for people to use their by-products, such as milk. By the 5th century cows were prized for their milk. It was in the 1600’s that Europeans brought the dairy cow to North America where the goodness of dairy has continued to be enjoyed by every generation. Learn more about this staple of the modern diet.

Certified Organic Farm Count Continues to Grow in the United States

The USDA’s annual certified organic farm count shows once again that the industry is growing. Despite the growth, there are still significant obstacles that farmers face when transitioning to organic, and some that are not interested in getting certified at all.

Know Your Producer: Melissa Henig of Raw Paleo

Consuming raw meat — even chicken — may sound strange to some people, but not to Melissa Henig of rawpaleo.com. As a former raw vegan turned raw paleo, Melissa has always been interested in health, and she’s using her knowledge to make natural products that are actually good for you.

Know Your Food: Rhubarb

In much of the United States, rhubarb is nearly synonymous with the spring season. Not typically available year round, its strongly associated with spring, and starts popping up in grocery stores and farmers markets around this time. The red and green plant has some awesome heath benefits, and makes for a sustainable food choice in the spring.

Earth Day and Sustainable Food: 5 Ways to Do Your Part

Happy Earth Day! Celebrated every year on April 22nd since 1970, Earth Day is the perfect opportunity to celebrate, appreciate, and give back to the earth. Supporting sustainable food systems and making sustainable food choices is an important way to show Mother Nature how much you care this Earth Day.

Know Your Food: Easter Ham

Ham has been a part of the American holiday meal for decades showcasing its smoky flavor at family dinners spanning generations. Recapture the mood and memories of family by including a traditional baked ham on your Easter Sunday table. Enjoy the taste of locally farmed pork that promises to make your holiday meal just like moms!

Get Ready for Easter with Homemade and Natural Egg Dyes!

Dying eggs for Easter and for many other non-Christian religious holidays is a common tradition in many families. But do you know what goes into those artificial food colorings, and what effect it may have on your health? Learn how to color eggs safely using ingredients easily found in your kitchen or from a farmer near you!
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