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Be Morel-ly Acceptable This Earth Day

Earth Day Omaha

The countdown to Earth Day is almost over! Elmwood Park will be hosting events this Saturday, April 18th. The event kicks off at 11am with the opening of the Farmer’s Market. Green Omaha Coalition will host a demonstration tent featuring how-tos on everything from composting to collecting rainwater. Yoga, Tai Chi, Tree Climbing, and live music will make this event the place to be with your friends...


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Sprout into Spring!

Let Your Knowledge Grow!

Organic, local, and non-gmo are all fun words to say, but how do you make them a real part of your life without going broke? The Big Garden and City Sprouts are hosting another meeting in their “Growing Gardeners” workshop series this Thursday evening from 6 to 8. Tips will include a guide to getting the most out of your Farmer’s Market, finding local organic in a retail setting, and...


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Plant Your Dollars And See What Grows

Every four years, dutiful Americans file into pre-determined facilities, climb into a stall, eye a ballot of choices and mark a box they deem the least offensive.  Truly involved citizens find opportunities to vote more regularly. City Council, Sheriff, School Board, and so on.  They take any opportunity they can find to choose our leaders and have a voice in what our community, city, state, and country look like....


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The Pork Processing Plot Thickens

A group of people with families to feed and mortgages to pay are putting their jobs and their futures at risk to shed light on a public health issue.

A very controversial pilot program is being targeted by The Food Integrity Campaign in a Change.Org petition. The petition urges the largest manufacturer of pork, Hormel, not to expand a program which speeds up processing lines by 20% and deregulates meat inspection....


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