2019 was an amazing year! Our youth employment program grew to serve 24 students weekly, we began a new maple syrup project, and Senator Chuck Schumer visited Radix to hold a press conference on the value of bees! Keep an eye out for Radix's Annual Report and, if you haven't already, contact Cait@radixcenter.org to sign … Continue reading 2019 Photo Album!
By Andrew Poitras Overview Ginseng is a perennial, herbaceous plant, belonging to the genus Panax. The wild variety (in traditional Chinese, referred to as 野山參 or Wild Mountain Root), closely resembles its cultivated counterpart species: American Ginseng, or Panax Quinquefolius, which is native to eastern North America, and the Korean species P. ginseng and South … Continue reading North American Ginseng
By: Daniel Burke-Perez Urban food insecurity has gained attention in recent years. To increase neighborhood food accesses, communities and activists across the country have developed food forests1. Interest in establishing edible forest landscapes is rooted in a desire to increase the availability of food in underserved neighborhoods, promote green spaces and biodiversity in cities, and … Continue reading Food Forests
By: Evelyn Pae Fungi are one of the most peculiar and mysterious kingdoms sprouting on the tree of life. They can grow in locations as remote as the ocean depths or as personal as the nooks between your toes. It is estimated that that millions of species of fungi remain unknown to science. However, even … Continue reading Mycoremediation
By: Dan Burke-Perez Today, we largely rely on industrial agriculture to produce our food. Industrial agriculture relies heavily on chemical inputs and uses monoculture—dedicating huge areas to only one crop—to grow food. Today, most of the food in the world is produced, packaged, shipped, and sold through a global food system with industrial agriculture at … Continue reading Urban vs. Industrial Agriculture