Reduce Food Waste! How to Use Every Bit of Your CSA Produce Box

It’s here! The box you’ve been waiting for: your weekly CSA produce box. Most of the items you’ve set aside for recipes, but there at the bottom remain a few vegetables you don’t know what do with… Until now! Below…

The Last Prosecco – Official Trailer

Antonio Padovan’s witty thriller unravels on the hills of Valdobbiadene, where Prosecco grapes grow. The film features Rade Serbedzija as a count fighting to protect his terroir and Giuseppe Battiston as a stubborn police inspector who has a murder to solve. The Last…

Fast and Cheap Fashion is Polluting Our Rivers Across the Globe

In honor of the San Francisco Green Film Festival, we are covering a handful of outstanding documentaries. These new films are as brilliantly produced as they are critical. They are – hopefully – shaping our society and our way of…

What Rachel Carson Has Taught Us About Environmental Protection

Under much scrutiny from chemical companies, environmentalist and activist Rachel Carson released her book, Silent Spring, on September 27th, 1962. It shook the public and brought the environmental world into focus. Environmental protection became a real, ongoing topic, and what…

The Art of Giving Simple Gifts

Running along the coast of the picturesque Maui shoreline, in the early morning hours, with an Epic5 Athlete will remain in my memory for a lifetime. The Epic5 Challenge, which consists of 5 full Iron Distance Triathlons on 5 Hawaiian…

What Are the 4 Levels of Organic Certification?

Most people understand that there is a difference between organic and conventionally sourced foods. Conventional farming methods include synthetic fertilizers, whereas organic farming uses natural fertilizers such as cow manure or compost. Organic farming is often concerned with sustainability, biodiversity…

Life Beneath the Surface: How Soil Connects Us

There is a universe beneath our feet – billions of micro-organisms in a teaspoon full of healthy, organic soil. Fungi, earthworms, bacteria, nematodes, and other organisms, arranging themselves in a constantly changing world of death and live, dormancy and decay…

A Plastic Ocean – Official Trailer

In the center of the Pacific Ocean gyre, our researchers found more plastic than plankton. A Plastic Ocean documents the newest science, proving how plastics, once they enter the oceans, break up into small particulates that enter the food chain where they…

Chasing Coral is a Must Watch Film on Oceans and Climate Change

Climate change affects all of us. In this podcast episode, we are entering a world that many of us will never witness. The stunningly beautiful world of coral reefs. Like tropical birds underwater, corals are strange, incredible. We will learn…

Island Wisdom: The Lessons We Can Learn from Hawaiian Culture

There is a deep reverence and respect for the Elements of Water, Sky, and Earth, Sun, and Moon that we’ll find when we engage with cultures that have developed in the middle of the ocean, away from the speed of…

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