Dumpster divers may share ideals and good dumpster locations, but they maintain minimal contact, loose structural organization and, as a result, secrecy.
Dumpster diving is not a recent trend, but some new divers have caught onto the practice in response to recent food waste concerns.
Keith Romaine wants to turn his neighbors into bread bakers. He has plans to build a community wood-fired oven in his backyard.
Bring something homemade, homegrown or foraged to trade at the Bloomington Food Swap, and who knows what goodies you'll take home with you.
Indiana University is one of 20 American colleges that pledged to buy at least 20 percent real food annually by 2020.
Marcia Veldman talks about her obsession with gardening and how she strives for food justice through her work at the farmers market. And, quinoa is on the menu!
It takes hours to boil maple sap down to syrup, but with the help of his decidedly low-tech maple syrup evaporator, Michael Bell is up to the challenge.
Bloomingfoods says it is in the early stages of its proposal, but it hopes to buy a building near Fess Avenue and 2nd Street.
Green Acres is a neighborhood which some of its residents envision could be an ecovillage.
Cooperative living is becoming a more popular housing style in Bloomington, Indiana and around the U.S.
Milwaukee will begin a one-year trial period for permitting urban chickens starting on July 28.
With the help of his elaborate rain barrel system, Steven Janowiecki can water his garden in five minutes flat.
LIFE Certified Organic Farms is a family owned farm in Southern Indiana. We asked them about their CSA programs and the variety of heirloom tomatoes they grow.
Today on Earth Eats: two cocktails that utilize fresh herbs from the garden, and a look at a fast-growing hobby among do-it-yourself’ers – home brewing.
Cool off with three refreshing summer drinks on today’s episode of Earth Eats - lavender lemonade, apple juice with sage and a sour cherry fizz.
This week, our podcast is all about breakfast, so to get started, of course we needed to grab that first cup of coffee.
For Earth Eats' new blogger, Alex Smith the value of a community garden is more than just the food, it's the connections people make with one another.