GreenCityBlueLake and Cleveland Museum of Natural History was “Kickin it with Kenny” Crumpton from Fox 8 News this morning. We discussed meaty topics like the future of growing food (animal-free meat and vertical farming!), plus, what to do about food waste live from the Global Kitchen exhibit at the Natural History Museum (open through this Sunday).
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CSAs are a popular way to buy local, seasonal food directly from a farmer. Typically consumers purchase a share (aka a "membership" or a "subscription") and in return they receive a box (bag, basket) of produce each week throughout the farming season.
Composting, or turning food waste into nutrient soil, has become so accepted as a sustainable business practice in the last few years that many of Cleveland’s biggest institutions are doing it, despite the fact that it costs much more than dumping waste in a landfill.
After Marc White graduated from Shaker Heights High School in 1982 he went on to attend the famed Kent State University fashion program. And his early success—getting his designs in front of the likes of Winton Marsalis—seemed to hint at a big career. But, something didn’t feel right. Soon after, White ditched it all and moved to Ghana where he...
All of that craft beer and sausage you’re bringing home from the market could be a sign that Cleveland has an artisan economy waiting in the wings. In fact, a new report says an all-in effort should be made from the platform of local food champions like cheese, beer, bread and sausage made in CLE.
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