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Buying food from the grocery store has its perks – it’s convenient, coupon friendly, and has pretty much everything you need. One thing it does not have, however, is the quality and cleanliness of the meat and produce offered by local sources.
The Meatless Monday movement is a nonprofit public health initiate of the Monday Campaigns, in association with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Eating Your Greens?
You’ve heard the saying, “you are what you eat.” Learn more about healthy eating.
How to cook with local food!
“Real Food Farm, an urban farm in Baltimore City, works toward a just and sustainable food system,” said Tyler Brown, farm manager at Civic Works’ Real Food Farm, at a UMB Go Green-sponsored sustainability workshop on April 10.
“Fruit trees are one-stop shopping for healthy goodness,” says Nina Beth Cardin, founder and director of the Baltimore Orchard Project (BOP), a nonprofit dedicated to growing, gleaning, and giving away fresh, healthy, local fruit to those in Baltimore City.
From food production to consumption, the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future (CLF) is looking for sustainable alternatives to improve public health and the health of the environment, says Amanda Behrens, MPH, MS, senior program officer at the CLF.
In November, the University held a screening of “Food, Inc,” a documentary that “reveals surprising—and often shocking truths” about where our food comes from and how it’s produced.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore will hold a screening of “Food, Inc.,” a documentary that “reveals surprising—and often shocking truths” about where our food comes from and how it’s produced on Thursday, Nov. 8 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
It’s that time of year again—lilies in bloom, graduation celebrations, and the start of a new farmers market season. The fourth annual University Farmers Market is open to the public now until November, every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the University Park Plaza.
Are you looking for inexpensive ways to eat healthy foods? Do you have strawberries and blueberries from the farmers market but no salad to share them with? Well, your solution is simple—grow your own greens.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, JD, joined by University of Maryland President Jay A. Perman, MD, and other business and community leaders, announced Baltimore City's new "Get Fresh Lexington" initiative Feb. 22.
UMMC, in partnership with UMB, opens its annual farmers market in May for faculty, staff, patients, visitors, students, and the Baltimore community.