AUSTIN, Texas (April 1, 2013) – In celebration of Earth Month, Dark Rye’s newest issue, “Future,” features the people in our communities who are using their creativity to craft a better tomorrow. This month’s issue features:

Gotham Greens (New York) – This innovative company spotlights the benefits of urban agriculture.
Harpoon House (Portland, Ore.) – Matt and Katherine Kirkpatrick showcase their functional and adaptable home.
The Faraday Effect (San Francisco) – Adam Vollmer of Faraday Bikes emphasizes the importance of bicycle culture.
The Sound of Science (San Francisco) – Matt Scullin of Alphabet Energy discusses the similarity between art and science.

Throughout April, Whole Foods Market also invites those inspired by the planet’s beauty or looking for inspiration to visit, which will host an evolving visual conversation filled with colorful ideas, inspiration, nostalgia, and innovation. To contribute, simply share a message, photo, or video using the hashtag #WFMearthling.

A 2013 James Beard Foundation Award nominee, Dark Rye uses multimedia storytelling and accessible DIY projects to inspire visitors to pursue their dreams while fostering a more creative and compelling world.

Select Dark Rye issues are now available on the Huffington Post at

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