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Contributing editor Edible. Sag Harbor-NYC-Memphis. Seeking on-farm tips 🌻🤖🥢
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danielle gould 10h
Can't wait to hear stories of failure from the founders of
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update from : Farm bill negotiators said they expect to pass the $87B-a-year legislation in the lame duck session of Congress that opens on Tuesday. “I think we are relatively close,” said Collin Peterson, ranking D. on the House Ag Committee.
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Adam McKay Nov 10
Why won’t our media talk about global warming, the most important story in human history? An extinction level event that is bearing down on us faster and faster? It really is an insane and unparalleled dereliction of duty on the part of the media.
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food loves tech Nov 12
You saw at and now you can see them at their own festival Nov 14-16 use code “EDB20” at checkout for 20% off
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Oasis Biotech Nov 12
Company culture is important at Oasis Biotech. We like to balance our hard work with some fun and games.
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Steve Sampson Nov 12
Lovers of good food, take note! reports on the growing movement to invest in a better food future for all, including related work by and the team:
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Brian Halweil Nov 12
What is that please?
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Tobias Peggs Nov 8
On our farm, yesterday.
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Rabo AgriFinance Nov 8
Hear from producers, , about their experience attending by Rabobank in New York City. FoodBytes! is a startup and innovation pitch competition and networking event for the food and agriculture industry.
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Brian Halweil Nov 12
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Vicki Hird Nov 8
Check out UK small robots
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Harry Robot Nov 8
Happy to help with a story if you’re interested! Directed by our artificial intelligence system Wilma, our Tom, Dick and Harry robots will seed, feed and weed arable crops autonomously. Latest news here
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Nov 9
There is no reason to be ashamed or embarrassed. Mocking lower incomes is exactly how those who benefit from + promote wealth inequality the most keep everyday people silent about 1 of the worst threats to American society: that the rich are getting richer and the poor, poorer.
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Mariana Kavroulaki Nov 9
More than 40 percent of schools in the US host farm-to-school programs, reaching over 23 million children. spotlights 30 farm-to-school programs from across the globe. via
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Brian Halweil Nov 8
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Brian Halweil Nov 8
I'm updating this story. Again. Send me your farm bot picks and tips. Rise of the Small Farm Robots. Part 2 by
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Brian Halweil Nov 8
It's a process. :) I voted for medical MJ in DC in 1998 (still not fully implemented) and NY MMJ in 2004/6 (?). Also still not fully implemented despite a huge market (2mm NYers self report using MJ).
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Ryan Caldbeck Nov 7
A great thing about tech ecosystem is amount of content that gets created to help others. This from is 👌. In CPG this would sell for $5k a pop and be 10% as good. Andrew gives this away for free and makes everyone better. Thank you.
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Brian Halweil Nov 8
Big hat, big tractor, big belt buckle. Mr. Reeves of Bayview Farms in Aquebogue, perhaps the largest farmer on Long Island. A super throwback to fall 2007.
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emma cosgrove Nov 8
TODAY I’ll be on a panel abt urban agriculture and the food supply chain with at - will you be there???
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