Letting schoolkids grow things in gardens has become controversial, the Times informs us today. Alice Waters, who runs Chez Panisse in Berkeley, has a foundation that endows programs in which children raise gardens at school. One of the "Edible Schoolyard" projects is starting in Gravesend, g ... More >>
The Edible Schoolyard will soon be sprouting in Gravesend.
Fifteen years after Alice Waters built the original Edible Schoolyard in Berkeley, Ca., the program's first New York affiliate is set to bloom in Brooklyn.
Edible SchoolyardA nightmare of Caitlin Flanagan-sized proportions.
On Tuesday, Caitlin Flanagan lobbed a large stink bomb in the direction of Alice Waters, attacking her Edible Schoolyard program in the pages of the latest issue of the Atlantic. Today, the Atlantic Food Channel's Corby Kumme ... More >>
Edible SchoolyardOppressed student workers.
In the latest issue of the Atlantic, Caitlin Flanagan engages in another round of Alice Waters target practice, attacking the "dowager queen of the grown-locally movement" for her previously seemingly unassailable Edible Schoolyard program.
In the latest round of health care town hall protests, rightbloggers....
Hold on a second. Isn't this August? Though we are new to this journalism racket, it's our understanding that August is the height of the "silly season" -- that is, per Wikipedia, the time of year "typified by the emergence ... More >>