From the Grassroots

From the Grassroots

Last month Seed the Commons founders Chema Hernández Gil and Nassim Nobari attended the POC: Food Justice, Advocacy and Animal Rights...

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The People’s Harvest Forum, Still Breaking Ground

The third annual People’s Harvest Forum is coming up! The People’s Harvest Forum is a grassroots forum on radical food...

World School Milk Day 2017

World School Milk Day 2017

On September 30, Seed the Commons held the first counter-celebration to World School Milk Day (WSMD) in the Mission neighborhood of...

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Join Us to #GetMilkOut

Next week, Seed the Commons will launch a groundbreaking campaign. Milk has long been a cornerstone of the American diet,...


Invitation to Organize Against School Milk

Next month, World School Milk Day will be celebrated around the world to tout the supposed benefits of school milk...


World School Milk Day Counter-Celebration

For the very first time, World School Milk Day will be met with a different type of celebration.    World...

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Halstead Farm

26th May

Halstead Farm is a veganic farm outside of Fitchburg, MA, farmed by Eleonora and Evan Halstead. This profile is based on...


Calidragon Veganic Farm

27th Mar

The following profile is based on a conversation between Isabella La Rocca and Andy Ninh, founder of Calidragon Veganic Farm in...

Healthy choices of fresh fruit, salads and vegetables at Washington-Lee High School in Arlington, Virginia for lunch service Wednesday, October 19, 2011. The fruit, salads and vegetables are made available through the National School Lunch Program. The National School Lunch Program is a federally assisted meal program administered by the United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service operating in public, nonprofit private schools and residential child care institutions. It provides nutritionally balanced, low-cost or free lunches to children each school day.

International School Meals Day: Reverse the Trend

A tall glass of milk is more American than apple pie. Generations of Americans of all races, ethnicities and classes...

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