All posts by Emma Hansen

Creative Urban Farming

Providing food for a growing population sustainably and creatively
The world’s current food system is flawed.  With so many mouths to feed, western society has resorted to intensive agriculture that relies heavily on petroleum-based technology, like tractors, plows, and seed drills.  With increasing population and advances in technology, farms are now competing on a global … Continue Reading ››

Let The Earth Be Your Valentine This Year

Valentine’s Day is approaching this Saturday—but few of us stop to think about the cost to the environment. Each year, millions of people celebrate by buying their husbands, wives, parents, children, and close friends cards, flowers, chocolates, and other treats. The industries that supply Valentine’s gifts are doing their best to provide you with symbols … Continue Reading ››

Reconnecting People With Local Farms and Sustainable Foods Globally

As the human population expands from more than 7 billion today to a projected 9 billion by 2050, there is serious concern about how to feed everyone. Industrialized farming was once viewed as the solution to world hunger by providing greater quantities of food at faster rates than ever before. But the result has … Continue Reading ››