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"The Sustainability in Prisons Project (SPP)...Their mission is to bring science and nature into prisons through ecological research...and reduce the environmental, economic, and human costs of prisons by inspiring and informing sustainable practices." Steve Mahoney's hope is that when he is released he will be like compost and be used by society to produce a harvest that will benefit others.

Compost and Prison: “Healing began at the very place I thought my life might end”

Sustainability in Prisons Project: "Gardening is All About ReBirth"

Worm Farm Wisdom: Growing Plants (and People) That Are Full of Life

Find local farmer’ markets that support in-season organic food and make the best…

Find local farmer’ markets that support in-season organic food and make the best market shopping choices using your smartphone.

The search for a sustainable diet

The search for a sustainable diet

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Raymond Blanc rates restaurant sustainability awards above Michelin stars – but what's it all about? Welcome to the world of coffee biofuel and salad grown in fish tanks

Going green: the future of sustainable restaurants

Raymond Blanc rates restaurant sustainability awards above Michelin stars – but what's it all about? Welcome to the world of coffee biofuel and salad grown in fish tanks

A new wave of culinary programs aims to change the food paradigm by telling a story of sustainability through food.

Chef instructor Greg Atkinson tests a student’s sauce at Seattle Culinary Academy.

Garden-Fresh Produce for Needy, Thanks to Inmates, by Brandi Grissom

Prisoners growing fresh veggies to feed the poor. What an awesome way to teach new skills, feed those in need, and just generally do good in the world!

Free lessons, activities, tips and more for all grade levels about eco-travel and transportation. I Ride Green is a National Green Week sustainability theme.

GEF programs provide free resources and materials to encourage students and teachers to be more sustainable.

Chef cycles for sustainable seafood

John's, Newfoundland, on July 1 to cycle across Canada to raise awareness about sustainable seafood.

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Suzuki Foundation and teachers make connecting kids with nature part of the lesson plan

Suzuki Foundation and teachers make connecting kids with nature part of the lesson plan.

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