The Flint Water Crisis is far from over. It’s going to take time, money, and dedication to undo the damage done to this Michigan town. The people of Flint need all of us to stand up for their rights.
Urban homesteaders in Michigan have had it easy for over three decades, but the state has ended its Right to Farm Act.
Last week Julie Bass, a Michigan homeowner who was slapped with fines and possible jail time for growing a food garden, discovered that a judge had dismissed the garden charges. We reported on on it last week, and Julie was kind enough to reach out with some more details.
Have you guys been following the family in Oak Park, Michigan that got slapped with fines and possible jail time for their food garden?
Michigan House Bill 4306 addresses school contracts for food service, custodial and transportation services. The bill aims to mandate schools to participate in competitive bidding for the provision of these [ … ]
From California to Iowa to Michigan, factory farming has blown up in the past 5-10 years. A new interactive map on this topic created by Food & Water Watch “illustrates [ … ]
When Michigan governor Jennifer M. Granholm declared this Saturday “Michigan Meatout Day,” the meat lobby in her state went ballistic.