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Back to the Garden

The hippies at Woodstock seem anachronistic, but look around. More and more city dwellers today are scrutinizing their food sources, buying eco-products, and composting their leftovers—they just wash their hair a little more often.

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From the Burk Uzzle exhibit "Woodstock: 40th Anniversary," at Laurence Miller Gallery, opening July 7.  

Composting
Good for the Planet. Not That Smelly. Really.
Living Lightly on the Grid
One family’s recycled, vegetarian existence.
Woodstock Is Dead
Long live Rosendale.
Francis Moore Lappé: The Movement Mother
Her Diet for a Small Planet contained revolutionary ideas about food.
This Is a Roof
Which is now covered with vegetables.
Where to Find Secondhand Sofas
And vintage caftans and leftover Lucite.
Jimmy Page’s Heir
Five new takes on Woodstock-era classics.
Green Versus Goliath
How ecosensitive products stack up against their supermarket rivals.


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