For every pint of Good Reef Ale sold, five oysters will be restored to Billion Oyster Project’s Community Oyster Reefs in New York City.
Compostable straws, upon request, are one of the transportation company’s latest eco-initiatives.
More than 43,000 cubic yards of clean, recycled Tappan Zee Bridge material will be used for the largest expansion of artificial reefs in New York state history.
At The NEST food pantry at Nassau Community College, a model for fighting food insecurity on college campuses emerges.
Century-old labor laws leave behind those who harvest our food.
From farm-to-classroom? Long Island educators are learning how to bring agricultural literacy to the table.
Remarkable woman working in food will speak at Nassau County Community College’s ‘Setting the Global Table.’
Organized by co chairs Maryanne Kildare and Edible contributor Natalia de Cuba, this three-day conference includes talks by Zarela Martinez and Ellen Gustafson.
There is still time to get early bird pricing for the Long Island Food Conference (formerly known as the Small Farm Summit), an exciting day of lectures and workshops for kids and adults interested in sustainable local agriculture and all the issues and opportunities surrounding it.
Can anyone, anyone, tell us about our fascination with egg sandwiches?
A new rating system takes into account energy conservation, pesticides, worker and eco-system health.
An afternoon at the White House, talking over kids, schools and nutrition with Sam Kass.