The study, “Can cities become self-reliant in food?,” conducted by Parwinder Grewal, professor of entomology and director of the Center for Urban Environment and Economic Development at Ohio State University, suggests that a city such as Cleveland, OH, could produce most of the food its citizens need.
he’ll be overseeing a free Tai Chi on the River session in front of the Science barge on Sun 9/18. River… Sky… Grass… Tai Chi… Ahhh
SlowFoodUSA.org, Groundwork Hudson Valley and the Science Barge all agree that locally grown organic food is the healthiest to eat and most beneficial to communities at large.
What the Riverfest of Yonkers has in store for us all tomorrow. Plan on stopping by the barge to show love to the floating sculptures and the artists who made them. More details about the day here. Any time between noon to dusk.
Yes, YOU! and all volunteers available this Saturday to help manage the Floating Sculpture Competition which is part of Riverfest celebrations all along the Hudson that day. Please come out if you can. We can use all hands on deck to help set up the floating sculptures, provide tours, sell merchandise, manage contact sheet… the list goes on. We are counting on you to come help make the day a HUGE success!!! Email your availability to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks in advance!!