Thursday, April 7, 2011

Sustainable Connecticut

I often feel a bit overwhelmed with blogs, articles, news and publications all about my beloved local/sustainable food habit. Now there is a new magazine to add to my reading list: Sustainable Connecticut. It's the first official publication of Sustainable The Magazine.

As it says on their Facebook page, the magazine is the creation of like-minded professionals who have come together, on a volunteer basis, to do their part in saving our planet. They hope the magazine becomes a leading voice of the local food movement and a go-to source for all things sustainable.

They profile the local/sustainable food movers and shakers. In the inaugural issue: The cover story is about Annie Farrell of Millstone Farm in Wilton. There is a feature story about John Turenne of Sustainable Food Systems and his mission to makeover school food. Analiese Paik from the Fairfield Green Food Guide is a contributing writer and Bill Duesing, the executive director of CT NOFA, wrote an article all about lettuce.

Check out a preview of the magazine in the April issue of Connecticut Cottages & Gardens or just go to the digital version. In addition, you can find Sustainable The Magazine on Facebook and follow them on Twitter too.

Have you seen Sustainable Connecticut? What do you think?
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