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Rooftops Newsletter: The Truth That Lies Beneath The Surface

Our last blog post entitled “In the Numbers” took a hard look at demographics and speculated about how the aging of the Millennials and Gen Xers might impact senior hunger rates in the future. Today …
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Rooftops Newsletter: Somebody's Grandmother Is Hungry

Here at NFESH it is not unusual to answer the phone and find a reporter with questions about our senior hunger research on the other end of the line. Typically, those callers cover news beats focused…
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Scream Acres Haunted Attraction 2017

Attractions:Cell block z: The zombie apocolypse has taken over a prison- claiming all inside.  The most terrifying experience yet, can you make it out alive?  Or will Cell Block Z claim you?The Cornf…
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Wine With the Witch 2017

Attention Ladies!  Are you ready for a night-out?  Leave the kids at home and come join us for Wine With the Witch at Bloomsbury Farm!  You will enjoy an evening full of deliciously frightful finger-…
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Rooftops Newsletter: Everyone Has To Eat

There is little to dispute that statement. Food, as we all know, is critical to maintaining life and health. Everyone does have to eat, but not everyone has to, or even wants to, eat the same things.…
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Rooftops Newsletter: How Do You Solve A Persistent Problem?

When the Problem is Persistent, The Solution is Persistence Again this week, as the news focuses on the President’s proposed budget for the next fiscal year, news outlets across the country are carr…
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Earth Talk: If I stick to grass-fed beef, can I live with myself environmentally?

Dear EarthTalk: Even though I know a vegetarian diet is better for the environment, I love cheeseburgers and a good steak every now and then. If I stick to grass-fed beef, can I live with myself envi…
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Rooftops Newsletter: Friday Friends

Friday Friends  In this space at the end of February, when we announced that Enid Borden had once again been invited to be a Regular Contributor to the HuffPost, we wrote "While readers can exp…
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Earth Talk: Is it true that the Paris climate accord as it stands won't be enough to stave off cataclysmic global warming?

Dear EarthTalk: Is it true that the Paris climate accord as it stands won't be enough to stave off cataclysmic global warming anyway, even if the U.S. and the other participating countries honor th…
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Rooftops Newsletter: Waste Not, Want Not

In this space we generally focus on big waste, that is, we report on the work that we are doing through our What A Waste® projects at Senior Nutrition Programs across the country. We look at the prog…
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Earth Talk: Dogs, Cats and Climate Change

Dear EarthTalk: Is it really true that our dogs and cats are major contributors to climate change, and if so what can we do about it? -- C.S. Unfortunately, our beloved dogs and …
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AmericanTowns Heroes: Citizens Get A Lesson in Gardening And Community Building

Not everyone has a green thumb, but for those who do, coaxing healthy plants from soil and seed is easy. For those who don't, there are books and videos and if you are in Richmond, Virginia and wan…
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Earth Talk: Neil Gorsuch and environmental policy

Dear EarthTalk: If Neil Gorsuch is confirmed to fill the vacant seat on the Supreme Court, what will be the implications for environmental and climate policy?  -- JM Environmenta…
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Earth Talk: Pesticides effects on the environment

Dear EarthTalk: Even though pesticides may take an environmental toll, isn't it worth it given how many more mouths we can feed thanks to their use?                   -- M.J. The adv…
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Earth Talk: Reducing Carbon Footprint With Gamification

Dear EarthTalk: What are some ways people are using games to help reduce their carbon footprints? -- LM Environmental advocates and organizations are increasingly employing gamification de…
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