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SAVE THE DATE: FOOD+TECH HACKATHON 12/4-12/5
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Looking for creative holiday gift ideas? Give the gift of R&D-I-Y: mass collaboration to solve environmental problems. Check out Window farms hydroponic home kits and hydroponic education kits.
Windowfarms make some pretty rad gifts for teachers, gardeners, foodies, do-it-yourselfers, and environmental types!
The windowfarms project approaches environmental innovation through web 2.0 crowdsourcing and a method called R&D-I-Y (research and develop it yourself).
I am thrilled to welcome Nichelle Stephens as Food+Tech Connect’s new resident app expert! Be sure not to miss Nichelle’s Monday posts on the latest apps that are changing the way we produce, eat, and interact with food.
Today, NYC Council member Christine C. Quinn releases “Food Works,” a report she commissioned to understanding NYC’s food system from farm to compost pile. The 86-page report lays out the Council speaker’s environmental, economic and health goals.
Bloom In Food Deserts: Apps Help Track New Fresh-Food Spots As Retailers Move In – Chicago Sun-Times
Mari Gallagher, who popularized the term “food desert” four years ago with her consulting firm’s groundbreaking report on Chicagoans’ public health, credits Android-operated mobile devices with enabling her to more easily document stores that sell food in the communities.
Love Food Hate Waste Scottish iPhone app helps you reduce food waste and save money. App features 350 meal ideas, leftover recipes, and portion size planner.
Mark Bittman’s How to Cook Everything New York Times columnist Mark Bittman bestselling cookbook is now available enhanced with helpful holiday menus and fun wintertime animation. The app includes 2,000 recipes and 400 how-to illustrations.
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