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Adam Gardner of Guster Sings the Praises of Organic Food

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Guster frontman Adam Gardner believes that buying organic is the way to go. In a recent interview over at the Huffington Post, Gardner reveals that while on tour the Guster fridge is packed with food that fuels them such as Stonyfield Farm’s organic yogurt, Sabra hummus, Mary’s Gone Crackers, and GT’s kambucha tea.

The singer, guitarist and co-founder of Reverb, a nonprofit environmental organization dedicated to educating and engaging musicians and their fans to take action toward a more sustainable future, said that he and his family are about to move to a house with a yard. Gardener can’t be more excited because that means that they will be able to grow their own organic food.

The Portland, Maine resident said, “As an environmentalist, I of course am a huge fan.  As the dad of two kids, I feed organic food to my family almost exclusively. As a food lover, I much prefer the taste of organic food!”

And as we know, that’s hardly all of what Gardner does for the environment.

Since Gardner started Reverb in 2004 with his wife Lauren Sullivan, Huffington Post says that “Reverb has greened over 100 major music tours, and over 1,800 concert events; kept more than 99,000 tons of CO2 from the air; fueled touring fleets with more than 500,000 gallons of biodiesel; partnered with more than 2,500 environmental groups; and reached more than 14 million music fans.”

Via: Vegetarian Star.

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