“Malignant mesothelioma is a rare, asbestos-related cancer that forms on the thin protective tissues that cover the lungs and abdomen. A combined approach to treatment is helping people improve their survival and ease symptoms.” more
“This project started with a conversation with Human Resources and a ticket to Paris.
I had been working at American Express developing business in Europe. Lo and behold, my role moved to London, and I stayed in New York (hence the meeting with HR). It was a good thing though – I was excited about the possibilities ahead! But first my husband and I redeemed all our Membership Rewards points and headed straight to Paris with a beautiful guidebook in hand, Markets of Paris.
We explored that city in a brand new way, eating most of our meals at the wonderful Parisian farmers markets. As we wandered, we started to wonder what kinds of markets New York had to offer beyond our beloved greenmarket at Abingdon … Read the rest
“Green Edge Collaborative NYC is a social network that connects people with businesses, organizations and the resources they need to build a sustainable future. We do this by hosting our own city-wide and neighborhood events, highlighting other events in the city and through this online network.
Here, you can join your own Neighborhood Supper Club or interest group and keep up to date with sustainability-related events around the city.
Get started now by creating a profile and join us in building a sustainable future together!”
“Welcome to Edible Finger Lakes, a new culinary magazine featuring Central New York. Edible Finger Lakes is dedicated to celebrating and promoting the regional food scene, with a focus on the many farms, vineyards, culinary artisans, chefs and home cooks, farmers’ markets, food shops, country inns, restaurants and cafes.
Our coverage includes the 14 counties in Central New York that surround the Finger Lakes (Monroe, Chemung, Ontario, Tompkins, Schuyler, Wayne, Tioga, Onondaga, Seneca, Yates, Livingston, Cayuga, Cortland and Steuben). With a geographic region of 9,000 square miles, including 2 million acres of dedicated farmland, over 100 vineyards, and a restaurant per capita to rival New York City, the Finger Lakes area is one of the most exciting and fastest growing culinary hot spots in the country.”… Read the rest
“I’m a photographer living in Brooklyn, NY with my husband, daughter and 3 chickens. I’m learning as I go about gardening, composting and raising chickens for eggs in an urban environment. Living a more sustainable life in an environment where it is easy to be out-of-touch with nature is a challenge we are undertaking as a family.”
“Winner of the EPA’s 2010 Environmental Quality Award, GrowNYC is a hands-on non-profit which improves New York City’s quality of life through environmental programs that transform communities block by block and empower all New Yorkers to secure a clean and healthy environment for future generations.
For 40 years, GrowNYC (formerly Council on the Environment of NYC) has been rolling up its sleeves alongside NYC residents to:
* Provide access to healthy, fresh, local food for all New Yorkers
* Grow and maintain vibrant green spaces and community gardens.
* Help New Yorkers recycle more and reduce waste.
* Create the next generation of environmental leaders through hands-on education programs.”
“The Queens County Farm Museum’s history dates back to 1697; it occupies New York City’s largest remaining tract of undisturbed farmland and is the only working historical farm in the City. The farm encompasses a 47-acre parcel that is the longest continuously farmed site in New York State. The site includes historic farm buildings, a greenhouse complex, livestock, farm vehicles and implements, planting fields, an orchard and herb garden.
Our farm animals and tranquil agrarian environment provide the opportunity to leave the hectic daily pace behind for an enjoyable visit to a farm without leaving the City.”
“TheCityGreens.com is New York City’s daily local food gazette. New York food is tasting better, slowing down, and growing local. We cover urban agriculture with a focus on fresh, locally grown food, as well as the community of New York foodies who are changing how their communities eat. From urban farming, rooftop gardens and live-bird markets, to locally sourced restaurants, organic chocolatiers and home distilled liquor, New Yorkers have revolutionary food ideas. The City Greens is your source for daily news on its progress, setbacks and achievements.”
“The Smitten Kitchen, in its latest physical incarnation is a 42 square foot (whimper) circa-1935 sort of half-galley kitchen with a 24 foot footprint, a single counter, tiny stove, checkered floor and a noisy window at the end to the avenue below.
What you’ll see here is: A lot of comfort foods stepped up a bit, things like bread and birthday cakes made entirely from scratch and tutorials on everything from how to poach an egg to how to make tart doughs that don’t shrink up on you, but also a favorite side dish (zucchini and almonds) that takes less than five minutes to make.”