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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Folks, There has been a lot of news this week about power – the power of nature and of people, for good and for ill, on its use and abuse, and on its limits. To begin with, what better application of power could there be than promoting local, healthy food? http://www.postandcourier.com/food/the-most-powerful-food-and-beverage-industry-players-in-charleston/article_3bcb0296-d8fe-11e6-8bfa-dfd8a56de336.html This article from the Post and Courier identifies the power behind the (local) fork. It turns out that two of the 25 local food power brokers…

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The State: Senators urged to stop plastic-bag bill

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Senators urged to stop plastic-bag bill

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