From Paddock to Plate : A Butter Lover’s Blog, Sponsored by Lewis Road Creamery

July 16, 2020

In 2011, Peter Cullinane had an idea. He was at a grocery store, searching for some high-quality butter to go with the baguette and ham he’d put aside for lunch. He knew that while the right butter could turn a simple meal into a symphony, the wrong butter could be a train wreck (not to… » Read more

Farmer hand holding a fresh young plant. Symbol of new life and environmental conservation

What’s Soil Health Got to Do With GMOs? Part 1

July 10, 2020

A telescope pointed at the sky and a microscope pointed at the Earth both uncover mysterious and little-known realms. Soil might not evoke the romance of space, if the number of blockbuster movies set there is any indication (*Dear Paul Rudd: Antman is uniquely qualified to reverse this trend. Have at it.) But soil is… » Read more

The Dairy Diaries: Why Non-GMO Is the Cream of the Crop

June 26, 2020

GMOs have a large hoof-print in the world of animal-based products. Keeping them out of the food supply and out of your grocery cart is no small task. As National Dairy Month comes to a close, we tip our hats to all the brands that have committed to non-GMO, bringing you an overview of where… » Read more

Ecological Footprints: A Butterfly Leaves No Tracks

May 28, 2020

Every living thing on Earth consumes something, from the greatest whale to the tiniest microbe. Their consumption is part of the contribution they make to their environment. In a healthy environment, this exchange of energy supports the life cycles of all. As humans, we are unique: With short-sighted ingenuity, we tend to harvest, strip-mine and… » Read more