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Find out how the CLF is engaged in positive food systems change.

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Diet, Health & Planetary Boundaries

The Cover Up

Cover crops break up compaction, provide wildlife habitat, and build soil organic matter.

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Food Systems & Climate Change, Diet, Health & Planetary Boundaries

New book hammers home a historical truth: Rachel Carson didn’t act alone

Musil brings alive the women who inspired Carson’s interest in conservation and environmental health.

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Seafood & the Food System

Gone Fishin’: The Tilapia Harvest

The fish harvest is a quick and simple process.

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Diet, Health & Planetary Boundaries

Dietitians Get New Resource for Food Systems Approach

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics published a new set of Standards of Professional Performance in Sustainable, Resilient, and Healthy Food and Water Systems.

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Food System Change in Baltimore, Food Systems & Urbanization

Roadmap for a Successful Urban Farm: Cultivate Community Acceptance

Despite the best-laid plans and intentions, sometimes we fail to take into consideration what people really need and want.

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Diet, Health & Planetary Boundaries

Organic Farming: Is It Mainlining Joy?

Garlic varities

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Food Animal Production, Food Policy & Governance

Who Protects the People Who Live Near Industrial Meat Operations?

Have you ever thought about the people who live near the sites where thousands or hundreds of thousands of animals are kept?

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Food Equity, Food System Change in Baltimore

Religion, Making a Difference, and Food

Faith groups have partnered with the Baltimore Orchard Project to plant fruit trees on the congregational property.

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Diet, Health & Planetary Boundaries

Urban Gardening: Balancing Risks and Benefits

For all its benefits, growing food in urban settings can pose health risks.

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Diet, Health & Planetary Boundaries

Gone with the Wind (and Water)

Phosphorus, nitrogen, and potassium are the three primary macronutrients that all plants need for healthy growth and maintenance.

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