Health Code Violations and Dangerous Conditions at Parchman MS Prison

Troubling details are coming out of reporting direct from the Parchman State Penitentiary in central Mississippi; problems recently reported at this prison include power outages, under staffing, overcrowding, and resulting “unrest” (in the words of MDOC.) Now, officials are moving hundreds of prisoners to other facilities like the Tallahatchie County Correctional Facility in Tutwiler, but […]

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The Grower’s Responsibility – And How to Get Clean Food

The Grower’s Responsibility – And How to Get Clean Food Who is responsible for the quality of our food? Let’s take it as a given that the majority of us want to buy food that is raised humanely and sustainably, and without excessive contamination or harmful processes and by-products. If that’s the case, we’re not […]

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A blast from our organizations past, September 2018

In September 2018 our founder Ethan The Farmer wrote a blog post discussing the overall needs of the organization as it stood then. Since, we firmly believe that “those who do not study history are destined to repeat it.” We thought a article discussing that post was in order. As long as we discussing the […]

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Confined Cows? Aurora Investigated in 2017

Confined Cows? Aurora Investigated in 2017 It looks nice – Aurora Dairy’s aggressive branding starts right up front at the top of the landing page, and it broadly hypes organic implementation “up and down the supply chain.” But as many consumers are learning, as with so many aspects of our national organic program, the realities […]

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