The Organic Adventurer is back! Actually, we’ve been “back,” reading page after page of documentation and research in order to bring you that update on GMOs and the labeling fight. But that’s for the next post. Something happened the other day that made us realize we needed to stop everything and put a quick post [...]
The Organic Adventurer has written much in other venues about buying locally, shopping for organic food and how buying organic compares to buying conventional. Back in May, when the CSA we subscribe to had so much remaining in the fields at the end of the Florida growing season that they offered a mini-season share, we [...]
Well, the Organic Adventurer picked a fine time to leave town! The end of June was an important time for several issues related to the conservation of our water resources, the safety of our food system and more. So we offer a few resources where people can get up to speed about these issues.
After much delay, poop week (oh, who are we kidding…poop month!) is back with the great toilet paper debate.
Years ago, when “going green” was just entering the American consciousness, products whose marketing was aimed at the environmentally conscious did, in fact, tend to be more expensive than “conventional” products. (Yes, I realize Great-Aunt Ida [...]
Welcome to poop week (or two, sometimes these things take a while—ooh, let the potty humor begin) at The Organic Adventurer! We’re not squeamish about squishy stuff around here, so we decided that if you’re gonna do poop, you might as well go all in. Prepare yourselves for all things eco-poop!
In the spirit of [...]