It is that time where outside of new years resolutions and a look back over the shoulder on how the last year went, we might think of the times ahead. Technology evolves quicker than it takes to click on a video, ’tis why we too look ahead. From the age of chemical agriculture to […]
You have only to walk into a grocery store to see why growing our own produce makes sense: a small head of butter lettuce for $4.99; $2.99 for four tiny beets; $1.99 for three medium oranges; and $1 for two medium baking potatoes. To make it worse, nothing even tastes good. Then there are the […]
This one is a favorite on any website for most visitors who only browse. Any page worth its salt comes up with lists which make more or less sense. At RFP we give you relevant lists only, which sets us apart from click oriented pages. As a foundation we are interested in valuable, hand picked […]
A sense of belonging, sounds prosaic, doesn’t it ? Growing up in an inner city apartment or in a suburb you possibly weren’t exposed to a lot of the agricultural land around you. If you have been lucky, your parents or relatives showed you around the neighborhood and taught you a little bit about the […]
Eco Literacy is one of the great instigators of better school lunch. They do understand how food and being knowledgeable about it enable individuals to live a more fulfilled life.
We think it is not ok for any society to waste up to 60 percent of their food. Waste happens through sorting out ugly, non standard sized products by the producer or distributor. Waste happens through mindlessly tossing out perfectly good vegetables and fruits. RFP offers ways to save money through easy meal planning, points […]
Here is why fresh veggies bought locally are saving you big bucks in the long run. Outside of this article at takepart.com keep in mind veggies loose 5% of their vitamins a day, which makes local merchandise better in the long run. Especially when the time in life comes to visit doctors… Common Sense Home , all kinds […]
Very extensive and comprehensive website on the water covering 3/5 of our planet is the World ocean review. State of the art impartial information on the topic, well worth a visit. International council for the exploration of the sea, is an organization of 4000 scientists working together. Monterey Bay Aquarium is a treasure trove of information.