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Making Both Ends Meat #Meatless Monday

by: EJ on 09/29/2014

Today's post is an excerpt from David Kennedy's newly released Eat Your Greens: The Surprising Power of Home Grown Leaf Crops.  David examines the role meat plays in our society both past and present.  He then introduces leaf concentrate, a food that contains nearly 40% more protein by weight than a beef steak.  And to top it off, I have included …

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One Couple's Triumph Over an Infertility Diagnosis

by: Sara on 09/25/2014

According to the National Survey of Family Growth, 1 in 8 couples have trouble getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy. Statistics like these suggest that healthy babies don't just happen - the health and lifestyle of the prospective parents is a crucial factor in promoting fertility and ensuring a successful pregnancy.

Today's blog post is from …

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Back-to-School Sale

by: EJ on 09/24/2014
Posted in: Events

September back to school is a time of mixed emotions.  It’s sad to say goodbye to the lazy summer days, but also exciting to rev up for the new school year, whether it’s for yourself or your kids.  School can mean mixing with a wide range of people and opinions that can sometimes cause anxiety.  Our book, Seeing Red: An Anger Management and …

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Hope, Hops and How to Forge a Sustainable Life Mother Earth News Fair, Seven Springs, PA, 12-14 Sept 2014

by: EJ on 09/23/2014

Today's blog comes to us from Rob West, Director of Collaborative Publishing and Special Sales, who reports back on his baptism by fire at his first Mother Earth News Fair. 

 

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GATHERING THE THREADS OF SOCIAL CHANGE - Nelson welcomes Judith Plant on October 8 at the Civic Theatre

by: Sara on 09/22/2014

All of us here at New Society are really excited about this event, for obvious reason. New Society Publisher's co-founder and publisher Judith Plant has been invited by Jon Steinman, co-creator of Deconstructing Dinner to speak at the Civic Centre in Nelson BC on the 30-year history of New Society Publishers. Judith has never been one for tooting …

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