Regenerative Agriculture with Jyoti Stephens

This week we welcome Jyoti Stephens from Nature’s Path to talk about regenerative agriculture, and the story of how they came to be North America’s first organic cereal manufacturer in 1985. As Jyoti teaches us more about organic farming, Noel is surprised to learn that healthy food can also be delicious, and Jacob pledges to never stop eating in 2021.

The Biofriendly Podcast - Episode 53 - Biofriendly Meets Alchemist Farm

Biofriendly Meets Alchemist Farm

Today we welcome Franchesca from Alchemist Farm and Garden, an inspiring small family farm team in Northern California who are leading the way in sustainability with the humane breeding and hatching of chickens! Franchesca is the head chicken wrangler at Alchemist and today she teaches us about the colorful palate of naturally laid eggs, what goes into mailing chickens, and why Noel and Jacob should invest in hazmat suits.

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5 Cities With a Vision for a Sustainable Future

While many individuals are doing their part to create a more environmentally-sound future, certain cities are mindful of their environmental footprint, too. These places are going out of their way to make sure tomorrow’s generations have access to all the natural resources, energy and clean air they deserve. While many cities around the world are […]

Eco-Friendly Tips for Parents of School-Age Kids

With most school-age kids back in their classrooms, you (as a parent) may be interested in a few tips designed to help you save money, stay green and be eco-friendly. Of course you know the school supplies, new clothes and lunch boxes you bought at the beginning of the new school year are not all you’re going to have […]

Fighting Organic Inequality Right from Your Own Backyard: Blog Action Day

Every year, bloggers from around the globe get together on one particular day to lend their voices to an important global topic. This year’s topic happens to be inequality. In honor of Blog Action Day, I have chosen to blog about organic food and the reported inequality of access. Organic foods have gotten a bad rap […]

The Difference Organic Food Can Make

Although some people may not want to admit it, our eating habits really do make all the difference in the world. What we eat not only has a direct impact on our personal health and well-being but it affects our children, our families, those we love, the economy, the amount of waste that gets generated […]

24 Eco-Friendly Habits Worth Adopting

Although we may not always want to admit it, many of us can very easily become creatures of habit. Whether your particular habit relates to how you get ready in the morning, how you get to work, what you eat, how you perform work-related tasks, how you relate to others, what materials you use to […]

Green Holiday Tips You Do Not Want To Miss

Image by Evan / Creative Commons The holidays are here and I’d say, if you were able to make it through Black Friday and Cyber Monday, you are doing well. The question now becomes how to get through the rest of the holiday season without significantly increasing your environmental footprint, and putting a massive dent […]

7 Smart Tips for a Biofriendly Summer

Well, it’s official. Summer is here! And let me tell you, the summer weather did not delay its arrival at all. With temperatures close to 100 degrees, we are feeling the summer heat. So, now that schools are out and families are getting ready for summer activities, I thought it would be a good time […]