Posts by Seed the Commons

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...

Connect with Local Movements

Connect with Local Movements

Echoed throughout our 2016 People’s Harvest Forum was the idea that the goals of food justice and food sovereignty are interwoven...

Spoke & Leaf Farm

Spoke & Leaf Farm is a veganic farm outside of Portland, OR. It was founded in 2015 by Bonnie Hildebrand. The...

International Year of Pulses

The United Nations declared 2016 the International Year of Pulses, and Seed the Commons made sure to join in the...

World School Milk Day

World School Milk Day

Today is World School Milk Day, a day that is observed in schools around the world to celebrate school milk...

Lazy Millennial Farms

This is the first of a series of profiles of veganic farms and farmers, gardens and gardeners.  Lazy Millennial Farms...

Veganic Transformations

Veganic Transformations

Growing food at home has many benefits: healthy produce, beautifying one’s environment, providing habitat for endangered pollinators and creating a...

Veganic – two movements coming together

As Seed the Commons, we do not promote veganic‬ farming because we think it’s the only way to be sustainable....

Open Letter to the Owners of Be Love Farm

Open Letter to the Owners of Be Love Farm

Open letter to the owners of Gracias Madre, Café Gratitude and Be Love Farm. Dear Terces and Matthew, It recently...

Celebrating Cesar Chavez Day

Celebrating Cesar Chavez Day

By Saryta Rodriguez “We cannot seek achievement for ourselves and forget about progress and prosperity for our community… Our ambitions...

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