Bonnie Averbuch
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Bonnie Averbuch is the Director of Communications at A Growing Culture. A Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, she received her Master’s of Science in Nutrition and Public Health from Teachers College Columbia University and creates a more sustainable food system by bringing farmers back to the fore.

A Youth Agricultural Movement That is ‘Rooted In Community’

Rooted In Community is building a movement for food justice and healthy communities by providing youth with the knowledge and skills needed to make a difference

Hawaii’s Big Island Bans GMO Crops

The mayor of Hawaii’s Big Island, Billy Kenoi, signed Bill 113 into law, banning biotech and GMO.

Regressions in Decision-Making and Policy-Setting Procedures Pertaining to Animal Farming

The Center for a Livable Future released its analysis of the impact of the Pew Commission’s report and recommendations. The findings are shocking.

IYFF: The Last Push for 100 Gardens in 100 Days in Africa

In September, Slow Food International announced a new project, 100 Days for 100 Gardens, aiming to create 100 new food gardens in Africa by the end of the year.

Indigenous Crop: The Jack of All …Fruits?

Jackfruit, the largest tree-borne fruit in the world, can be eaten both when immature and ripe.

Innovation for Sustainability: With More Food and Less Water, SRI Could Revolutionize Farming

The System of Rice Intensification provides a possible sustainable food production solution, increasing rice yields while decreasing agricultural inputs.

Innovations for Sustainability: Food Hubs Create New Links in the Food Chain

Food Hubs reduce the barriers to entry in a large scale, international food system, helping small- and medium-scale local farmers to gain market access.