Even if you neglected to preregister, you can still head to Springfield this Wednesday, Thursday, and/or Friday to learn more about growing and marketing your fruits, vegetables, and other farm products.
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On a cold March day in 2006, Sandra Steingraber called The Land Connection and mentioned that her grandmother Leah Maurer had passed away at age 100. At the time she contacted The Land Connection, Steingraber said, “I had already succumbed to the inevitability of losing this farm to urban sprawl development or to an out-of-area investor who would rent the fields out and seek to maximize short-term profits at the expense of good stewardship.
What’s black and white and read all over... and will raise money for The Land Connection?
OK, I admit it, I've just fallen in love. This morning. Over my New York Times and coffee. With two guys, doctors no less. This is the line that got me:
Food is at the center of health and illness . . . and so doctors must make all aspects of it — growing, buying, cooking, eating — a mainstay of their medical educations, their personal lives and their practices.
The results are in!
This may seem like no big deal, but his hens, like those my family raises, my grandparents raised, and countless generations before them raised . . . are in close proximity to manure, wild birds, mice and other creatures--all cited by the FDA as likely causes of the salmonella found in the contaminated Wright County Eggs.
Join The Land Connection and local sponsors in welcoming Dr. Sandra Steingraber and film-maker Chanda Chevannes to the Illinois screenings of the new documentary that explores the connections between chemicals in our environment (including agricultural chemicals) and cancer.