Reading nutrition labels can be intimidating and often times deceiving if you don’t know what you’re looking for. Here are eight things to pay close attention to when you’re making decisions about what to put in your body.
This spring, bring your dinner table to life. While floral centerpieces make for classic centerpieces, there are lots of fun, creative ways to incorporate plants that are both beautiful and functional.
We love reusing household items (like jars and cans) and turning them into planters. We found some really creative planters and wanted to share them with you. From toilet bowls to dinosaur action figures, some gardeners have created some pretty funky places to grow plants.
Back to the Roots was born from the simple idea that mushrooms could be grown on recycled coffee waste. While the company has evolved to take on more than just mushrooms, core to our mission
We get it — gardening can be intimidating. It’s easy to overwater (or forget to water) your plants, or to start a garden from scratch next to your neighbor’s thriving one. Fear not — with just a
Let’s state the obvious—we know both herbs and spices come from plants and make some ridiculously good food seasonings—but what’s difference?
At Back to the Roots we’re passionate about getting kids excited about the food they eat and the food they grow. We love seeing our Garden Toolkits and curriculum used in classrooms, and seeing the growing interest and efforts to bring farm and garden education into schools. Check out some of our favorite community organizations also working to Undo Food™ and the fun ways you can get involved.
Walk into the grocery store and you’re surrounded by corn-filled products—from the usual chips and tortillas to the less obvious—toothpaste, milk, sodas and the countless other products full of high-fructose corn syrup. We’ve become accustomed to the