Compost happens. That’s the beauty of the wonderful way nature disposes of its dead, be it leaf, animal, the old oak tree in your front yard or you and I. It’s the best model for “zero waste” disposal, period. In nature, nothing goes to waste. It’s a perfect circle of life. The death of a […]
WNMC’s Radio Anyway talks to Autumn Berry farmer Paul Sears and visits Food For Thought to learn more about this infamous outlaw fruit.
In theory, I’m a big fan of tankless water heater technology. I even brought one back from Hong Kong in a large suitcase many years ago. It’s still cranking out the hot water in my processing facility. When it came time to replace my 20 year-old hand-me-down tank water heater in my home I thought, […]
To learn more about Green Cuisine, listen to this interview with Timothy Young on the Mary In The Morning Program. Timothy talks about the philosophy of Green Cuisine, local food and the local food economy as well as sustainability and zero waste events. Green Cuisine attracted close to 1000 people who spent an evening on […]
As a home schooling parent, cooking with my kids and their friends has been of interest to me. Combining some fun with raising their awareness around the issues of sustainable food and social justice has been the goal. My first foray was to take my daughter Stella to Chiapas Mexico last winter to visit Zapatista […]
Food For Thought, Inc. has been named “Business of the Year 2007.” by the Benzie County Chamber of Commerce. They were honored at the Chamber’s annual dinner on October 23rd at Crystal Mountain Resort.