Eva Steiner Moseley ’53: Going Green…to the Grave

When Eva Steiner Mosley's mother died in 1971, she got a rude awakening about the somewhat tyrannical nature of the funeral industry. Shopping for a casket at a Jewish funeral home, she chose a plain, unlined pine box that was only available to Orthodox Jews, the…... » Read more

Web Extras for "Farmers & Activists Stage a Plate-Changing Revolution"

[Extras associated with the summer 2010 feature article in the Mount Holyoke Alumnae Quarterly magazine, by Hannah M. Wallace ’95] Reap the benefits of the ideas sprouting from our alumnae farmers and farm activists article. No weeding required; just reading... List of Farming Resources with…... » Read more