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Eatwell Farm in Dixon, California

ABOUT THE FARM

Sitting on 105 acres of all organic, pasture-raised, down-to-earth, crunchy-fresh, farm heaven, Eatwell Farm (just outside Dixon, CA) has been providing members (Join Us!) with amazing, fresh-picked produce and pasture-raised chicken eggs for over 20 years.

We grow hundreds of varieties of fruits and vegetables to ensure a year-round, diverse variety of the best produce for our members and to ensure that our cornucopia is as resilient as it is varied and sustainably grown.

Eatwell Farm: Pioneering the Next Generation of Humane, Sustainable Poultry from Nigel walker on Vimeo.

Japan’s $320 Million Gamble at Fukushima: An Underground Ice Wall

The project is designed to keep water out of the damaged reactor buildings at the nuclear power plant, and radioactive water from reaching the Pacific. Critics say it may not work.

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Japan’s $320 Million Gamble at Fukushima: An Underground Ice Wall

Japan’s ‘Hail Mary’ at Fukushima Daiichi: An Underground Ice Wall

The project is designed to keep water out of the damaged reactor buildings at the nuclear power plant, and radioactive water from reaching the Pacific. Critics say it may not work.

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Japan’s ‘Hail Mary’ at Fukushima Daiichi: An Underground Ice Wall

Obama’s Expansion of a Vast Pacific Reserve, Built on a Bush Foundation

President Obama’s expansion of a vast marine monument near Hawaii builds on Bush-era moves spurred by passionate ocean communicators.

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Obama’s Expansion of a Vast Pacific Reserve, Built on a Bush Foundation

In Italy’s Earthquake Zone, Love of Place Trumps Safety

An Italian engineer explains why, facing perpetual earthquake risk, many people in Italy’s ancient vulnerable towns stay put.

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In Italy’s Earthquake Zone, Love of Place Trumps Safety

Time to Follow Teddy Roosevelt’s Advice: ‘Drop Politics’ and Enjoy a Park

In 1903 Teddy Roosevelt dropped politics and took a hike. One result was the National Park System.

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Time to Follow Teddy Roosevelt’s Advice: ‘Drop Politics’ and Enjoy a Park

West of Key West, an Under-the-Radar National Park

Sea, sand, history and climate forecasts are all part of a trip to the Dry Tortugas, an aquatic paradise at the edge of the Gulf of Mexico.

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West of Key West, an Under-the-Radar National Park

Can Future Global Warming Matter Today?

Scientists studying past and current climate conditions mull the challenges in making future warming matter today.

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Can Future Global Warming Matter Today?

A chicken tractor on steroids: Using chickens to build your soil

Eggs, meat, ready-made compost and a system for tilling your soil. What’s not to like?

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A chicken tractor on steroids: Using chickens to build your soil

America’s First Offshore Wind Farm May Power Up a New Industry

A just-completed project off the coast of Rhode Island, though relatively tiny, is at the forefront of a sea-based transition to renewable energy.

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America’s First Offshore Wind Farm May Power Up a New Industry

As Homeless Find Refuge in Forests, ‘Anger Is Palpable’ in Nearby Towns

A growing homeless population on public lands has brought with it increases in emergency calls, drug overdoses, illegal fires and trash, which have put nearby residents on edge.

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As Homeless Find Refuge in Forests, ‘Anger Is Palpable’ in Nearby Towns