The author of Almost Amish had an interesting conversation
with FlourSackMama about her reasons for embracing the simple life.
This Arkansas mom explained
why she and her community have to monitor their own air to see if it's safe for their children to breathe.
of a fast growing heirloom seed company chatted with us about pure food.
What an honor that award-winning journalist Bill McKibben took a few minutes to sit down and discuss
the human costs of climate change.
Lots of inside details here
from dairy farmer-turned food executive Gary Hirshberg in his chat with us about GMO food labeling.
Who would you like to see interviewed by FlourSackMama.com in the coming months? What voices do you think are missing from other media that you follow? Let us know, as we're open to all good story ideas that affect your lives. At FlourSackMama.com we're about carrying on Grandma's best traditions while improving on what we know better.
Labels: conscious consumerism, family, voices