Mark Crumpacker – A Leader in Creative Marketing Strategy

Mark Crumpacker has more than two decades of experience as a marketing and strategy specialist. Skilled in the art of emotional storytelling, he focuses on delivering quality marketing content that sends the best possible message to consumers. To achieve this goal, Mark Crumpacker draws upon years of experience in the realm of consumer behavior and its effect on brands’ marketing strategies.  Continue.

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10 Food Podcasts You Need to Check Out

10 Food Podcasts You Need to Check Out

Are you curious about the food world? Do you want to know more about how what you eat fits into our broader political, economic, and social system? Then you’ll want to check out these 10 podcasts. Exploring a wide variety of food-related topics, ranging from sustainable farming to social justice, these inspiring and informative podcasts… Continue Reading

What You Need to Know about Sustainable Agriculture

What You Need to Know about Sustainable Agriculture

For decades, food production in the United States has been dominated by industrial agriculture. Under this system, large farms continue to grow the same few crops each year with the help of huge quantities of chemical pesticides and fertilizers. In other words, as many argue, it’s a system that damages our soil, water, air, and… Continue Reading

What You Need to Know about Joining a CSA

What You Need to Know about Joining a CSA

If you’re interested in eating more fresh produce and supporting your local food system at the same time, you might want to consider joining a community-supported agriculture (CSA) program. CSAs are kind of like a subscription service for produce: you pay a flat fee to join, and then you collect a box of vegetables and… Continue Reading

6 of the Best Reasons to Start a School Garden

6 of the Best Reasons to Start a School Garden

Today, school gardens are cropping up all over the country as part of the growing farm-to-school movement. According to research from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, as of 2013, nearly 27 percent of US public elementary schools had a school or classroom garden program—and that percentage is growing all the time. So why exactly are… Continue Reading