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The Our Lady of Mercy CWC Craft Show will be held on Saturday, November 9, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Continuing with past tradition, we will be serving our famous chicken pie and equally famous homemade noodles and dessert pies. Many local vendors will have their unique crafts on display for purchase. Please… Read More
Low tech methods of extending the life of your garden for the protection of cool season (such as lettuce, greens, and root vegetables) taught to us by Dan Knier of Hocking College. Free event! All Ages welcome. pin Nelsonville Community Garden, 1950 St. Mary’s Drive, Nelsonville, OH 45764
Tap into your inner artist with the ZMA at Weasel Boy Brewing Company. Join local artist, Carrie Turner, the third Tuesday of the month for a unique art-making experience each night and enjoy an evening of fine craft beer, wine, great food, and creative company. Welcome in the Fall with this beautiful leaf art project…. Read More
Deep inside the company that dominates the business of ketchup-making, there’s a man who makes sure that every squeeze of this all-American condiment comes out just right. He’s the Ketchup Master.
Consumer groups are urging the USDA to change labeling rules for processed meats. They argue that “uncured” and “no nitrates added” labels may falsely lead people to believe these meats are healthier.
Tap into your inner artist with the ZMA at Weasel Boy Brewing Company. Join local artist, Carrie Turner, the third Tuesday of the month for a unique art-making experience each night and enjoy an evening of fine craft beer, wine, great food, and creative company. Kirigami is a style of Japanese paper art that involves… Read More
Saturday, August 3rd, from 1-3pm. Our Upcycling Artist of the Month, Danette Pratt, of SeriouslySickSocks, will be at ReUse on Union showcasing all the amazing art she creates from unwanted socks. She’ll even be providing supplies for attendees to make their very own SeriouslySickSock pins! Pork & Pickles’ awesome kitchen will be providing delicious and… Read More
Some startups are making synthetic versions of animal proteins for use in foods from smoothies to baked goods. The goal: to reshape the food supply without the environmental footprint of livestock.
Dozens of food companies have promised to stop their suppliers from clearing forests in order to grow crops or graze cattle. Now the companies have a tool to monitor those farmers from space.
Lawmakers across the U.S. and in the EU argue that labels like “vegan sausage” or “cauliflower rice” mislead people. Tofurky, the ACLU and others are suing, saying new label laws violate free speech.