Learn How to Change the World, February 18 at Dinner & a Movie

The critically acclaimed, award-winning documentary “How To Change The World” by director Jerry Rothwell chronicles the untold story of the birth of the modern environmental movement. Using never-before-seen footage, it tells the gripping story of a courageous group of men and women, led by Robert Hunter, who set out to change the world and in the process sparked a revolution.  …

Documentary on Brazilian Photographer Sebastião Salgado Screening February 4 at GNG’s Dinner & a Movie

In “The Salt of the Earth,” film Director Wim Wender calls on us to contemplate the ways that a photographer who captures atrocities can both awaken and dull our conscience by creating a sense of intense immediacy while making us acutely aware of the distance between us and the sufferer. New York Times film critic A. O. Scott says, “The Salt …

Ex Machina Explores the Line Between Man and Machine, January 21 Dinner & a Movie

In this, the era of artificial intelligence (AI), we face the same dilemma described by Mary Shelly almost two hundred years ago in the tragic tale of Frankenstein. The Turing Test is “…a test for intelligence in a computer, requiring that a human being should be unable to distinguish the machine from another human being by using the replies to questions put to …

Order a Free-range, Pasture-raised, Certified Organic Thanksgiving Turkey

Start planning your best ever Thanksgiving holiday feast with the finest possible main course available… an organic, pasture-raised turkey from Good Earth Farms. These birds are lean, firm and flavorful because of the healthy and traditional farm environment in which they are raised – outdoors in fresh air with plenty of clean water and uncrowded natural pasture time that is …

Bio-char Workshop at GNG Gardens April 19

Imagine getting twice as much production from your garden! Imagine watering less often and having less runoff after it rains. Imagine that you can improve your own soil without having to send money to distant fertilizer manufacturers. All of this is possible with the addition of a single soil amendment. Bio-char! Biochar is the name of a 2,000 year-old practice that …

How To Beat The Winter Blues, Free Afternoon Seminar at Greens N Grains, Feb 19

If getting out of bed in the mornings is even harder this month, you may not be imagining it. In fact you may be one of the millions of people in America suffering from a health complaint typically referred to as the winter blues. The condition is a form of mild lethargy and depression caused by a lack of sunshine …

Breakthrough Weight Loss, Afternoon Seminar at Greens N Grains, Jan 22

Nicole James, CNC, Functional Medicine Clinician and Certified Nutritionist will present Weight Loss for Life! – a free seminar at Greens N Grains Natural Food Store in Egg Harbor on Thursday, January 22 beginning at 1 pm. “Have you tried every fad diet known but still haven’t lost any weight? Or worse – did you lose weight and have it come …

DATCP Publishes Third Edition of Local Food Marketing Guide

The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) has updated the Wisconsin Local Food Marketing Guide. New entries in this third edition include information about business development, using social media for marketing, business contracts, updated regulations and more. The guide may be downloaded for no cost from DATCP’s Website and can be mailed upon request. The Local Food Marketing …

Edible Mushrooms 101, a Fall Foraging Class on October 15

Have you ever wondered how to start foraging for your own wild mushrooms? Of course, you are somewhat unsure of just how and where to start! We have the perfect class for you with Shannon Pump at Greens N Grains on Wednesday, October 15 from 1:30 to 3:30 pm. Shannon Pump, Naturalist at The Ridges Sanctuary, Inc. is also the owner …