The Glynwood Institute is pleased to offer DVD’s of TEDxManhattan 2012, “Changing the Way We Eat” free of charge to anyone interested in using the talks for non-commercial, educational purposes. Head over to the Guide to Good Food blog for the full release.
- Maisie Ganzler on how @bamco emerged from a "pig puzzle" in a @TEDxManhattan speaker update. ow.ly/vljeL #TEDxMan 5 days ago
- RT @TEDxManhattan: There's a Cricket in My Cookie: the Flour That's Made Of Insects bit.ly/1ikXcVw #TEDxMan 1 week ago
- RT @DaniNierenberg: EWG’s Ken Cook Announces New Landmark Food Project At @TEDxManhattan bit.ly/1il8zNf @EWGPrez @ewg 1 week ago
- Join @TEDxManhattan speaker Saru Jayaraman of @rocunited for a webinar on the food movement & a fairer minimum wage. ow.ly/vvDXS 1 week ago
- RT @dhlovelife: 1 Billion Monarchs Migrate in 1996 - Only 30 Million in 2013 - Yikes! What Happened? Toxic #roundup youtu.be/mxsgQLryuE4… 1 week ago
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