Stories from The Allegheny Front archived under

sustainable agriculture

Earth's Bounty: Going on a Low-Carbon Diet

Companies that operate cafeterias in colleges, workplaces, and museums are beginning to offer more sustainable foods.

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The Organic Gardeners: Give Peas a Chance

The Allegheny Front's Organic Gardeners, Doug Oster and Jessica Walliser talk about planting sugar snap peas.

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Earth's Bounty: What's For Dinner? And the New Book, Food

What's For Dinner? An exhibit of photographs of trucks with gigantic food images explores that question.

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Earth's Bounty: The Splendid Table's Lynne Rossetto Kasper

The Splendid Table is American Public Media's Show for People Who Love to Eat.

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Local Food Week Kicks Off at WYEP

Kick off Local Food Week here at WYEP's studios on Sunday, September 16th.

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Spiderman

Wolf spiders may frighten the arachnophobic.

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Earth's Bounty: Restaurants Serve Up Local Foods

The National Restaurant Association has made its predictions for popular food trends in 2007.

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Happy Hour Local Food Links

Thanks to the local food and beverage producers that donated their time and products for The Allegheny Front's Local Food Happy Hour

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PA Ginseng Study

Pound for pound, what's the most valuable plant in Pennsylvania forests?

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Paying for Ponds to Stem Farm Runoff

Since the dust bowl days of the 1930s Depression, the government has been working with farmers to reduce erosion.

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