Food and Farm Discussion Lab

is creating community and education.
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  • Access to patron-only content
  • Collection of best food and farm writing from around the web.
  • Unvarnished commentary on the news of the week.

    This newsletter will kick in when we reach 100 subscribers


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    http://fafdl.org/dispatch/
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Conservation Cooking
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Notes of a Discontented Foodie
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Receive an ebook copy of Notes of a Discontented Foodie (available starting January 1, 2019)

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About Food and Farm Discussion Lab

Food and Farm Discussion Lab is a project to bring a forward thinking, evidence based approach to  agriculture, nutrition, and food security issues.
As we've grown, we've taken on more projects. We are building a research library on our wiki. We have started a guest author project on the website, with on going partnerships with ag professors like Kevin Folta, Andrew Kniss and Andrew McGuire as well as a partnership with the Environmental Defense Fund. We also use our Facebook page to act as a clearinghouse for interesting and action oriented newsworthy and educational food and farm related items.  We hope to greatly expand GMO Building Blocks in 2017.

We know that what do in promoting education and clear thinking on these issues is valued by our community, but in working primarily through social media, what we do is difficult to monetize. That's why I'm asking you to become a supporting member and make an ongoing monthly contribution of $1, $2, $3, $5 or $10 a month.

Thank you,
Marc Brazeau
Founder and Head Bottle Washer
Food and Farm Discussion Lab
Goals
$179 of $500 per month
Reaching monthly revenue of $500 a month would pay for a new, faster computer and the equipment for a podcast. In addition to increasing productivity and output of new content with a new computer, a podcast would allow us to explore new topics and reach new audiences.
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