Do you love growing food? Do you appreciate the perfection, beauty, simplicity and magic of a seed? Are you appalled by the corporate takeover of seeds? Does it break your heart to know that in the last 100 years 94 percent of seed varieties have been lost forever? If so, you deserve to learn what it takes to become a seed saver.
The average individual uses about 70 gallons of water indoors per day—the average family, 350 gallons per day. Changing a few habits and investing in some low-tech devices can have dramatic effect on the burden we put on our wastewater treatment facility and septic tanks.
Living in Florida presents certain challenges for pet owners. Our doctor is fond of telling us, “It’s good to exercise only on days that you eat.” This goes for dogs too. But exercising in the summertime sun and humidity can be tricky. This time of year, it’s best to time walks for the early morning or evening. If you’re hot, your dog, with his less effective cooling system, is much hotter.
Slow Food founder and President Carlo Petrini, states "Everyone has the right to good, clean and fair food." By good, he means a high quality and flavorful product. By clean, he means the way the product was produced and transported was natural and Earth friendly. By fair, he means adequate pricing and treatment for both the consumers and producers.
Slow Food, an international movement founded by Petrini in 1986, began as an alternative to fast food as large chains tried to bring fast food to his region in Italy.
The Tallahassee-Leon Community Animal Service Center (TLCASC) takes in more than 9,000 homeless animals every year. They rely on community members to open their hearts and homes, providing love and shelter for these deserving animals.
Did you tie-dye a tee at the Co-op's 40th Carnival? Did you misplace the instruction sheet, or forget to pick one up? Not to fear, we've got you covered. Here's your handy dandy guide to complete your tie-dye project!