Fairfood Friday #4
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Fairfood Friday #4

06 May 2011, 11:03

Every Friday we’ll round up the most interesting, inspiring or funny stories we came across whilst doing research for our blog. This week: edible utensils, real life Farmville and yarn bombing.

Have you read something we should know of? Please let us know in the comments!

Mother’s Day Green Gift Guide
Be kind with Mama Earth on Mother’s day.The Market Failure of Plastic Bags
Are you reusing your plastic bag?

Yarn Graffiti Documentary Needs Your Help to Get Made (Video)
Graffiti turns female: hand-knitting instead of spray cans in the cities! Watch the video for an introduction into Yarn Bombing.

Bread Spoons are Biodegradable (and Delicious) Utensils You Can Eat
Designer Siren Elise Wilhelmsen seeks to revolutionize the concept of the spoon.

Documentary: Planet for Sale (Video)
The film traces the story of the current mad race for control of farmlands and the consequences it could have if nothing is done to protect the interests of small farmers and developing countries.

‘Farmville’ project with real animals launched by National Trust
Myfarm experiment: Online farmers running a real farm!

Salvaged Bathroom Stall Wall and Cables Transformed Into Chic Chair
Is trash just raw materials in the wrong place?

Silvia Pietrosanti is an E-campaigner for Fairfood International.

Photography: yarn wrap. Used with permission (thanks Jude!)

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