1. The Blessings of a Shared Meal

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    November 26, 2013 by cdlindwall

    It was 2008, and my entire extended family had crammed itself into a cabin on the side of Georgia’s Blue …
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  2. Apocalyptic Aerial Photos of Feedlots

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    November 23, 2013 by cdlindwall

    Sometimes a story can only be told through pictures. Thousands of books, articles and speeches have been written about the …
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  3. “Fed Up” with School Lunches

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    November 22, 2013 by cdlindwall

    The school lunch counter is one of the most notoriously unhealthy and unappetizing places to eat. And ironically, it’s one …
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  4. New Farm Bill a Hit to Conservationists?

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    November 20, 2013 by cdlindwall

    It’s time to talk about the new farm bill in progress. A complex piece of legislation containing millions in subsidies …
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  5. Resourcefulness and Dignity: One Woman’s Story of Hunger

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    November 18, 2013 by cdlindwall

    I┬áhave never truly been faced with hunger. Food insecurity, to me, is a foreign concept. I associate these difficult problems …
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  6. Tragedy in the Philippines: Food Aid Needed Now

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    November 15, 2013 by cdlindwall

    Natural disasters and health crises heighten the value of a single meal, a single pound of rice, or a single …
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  7. Salmonella during the Shutdown

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    October 10, 2013 by cdlindwall

    Salmonella Outbreak

    Just a few days after my first post discussing food safety during the shutdown, a salmonella outbreak made front-page news …
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