Food and Farming
Redesigning the Food System for Health, Inclusion and Climate Resilience
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Gary Paul Nabhan, Ph.D., a world-renowned, Arizona-based Agricultural Ecologist, Ethnobotanist, Ecumenical Franciscan Brother and author whose work...

Eco-Nomics
Restoring the Ecology and Culture of the Atlantic Forest with Yerba Mate
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Stretching out along the east coast of South America, spanning four countries, is an extraordinary tropical forest ecosystem. Charles Darwin, on his...

Ecological Medicine
Exploring the Healing Promise of Plant Medicines in a Global Industry
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Ann Armbrecht is an author, filmmaker and the Director of the Sustainable Herbs Program. Since her time studying with legendary herbalist...

Restoring Ecosystems
Biodiversity, a Sacred Responsibility: Teachings from Valentin Lopez
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Whenever I hear something that rings true and comes from two distinct traditions, I pay attention. Many years ago, a friend of mine related to me a...

Food and Farming
Hidden Hunger: Does Food Lack Essential Nutrients?
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The nutrients in fruits and vegetables have declined in the past 50-70 years. People may be getting enough calories but could still experience...

Ecological Medicine
Becoming an Ally and a Food Security Activist in the Sacred Valley of Peru
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Carolina Putnam is the founder and Director of Reviveolution, based in Peru that works with an intercultural team of Indigenous wisdom-keepers,...

Bioneers News
Announcing Our New Food Web Newsletter
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All life depends on food. It is that commonality that connects diverse species and is the basis for a relationship with our environment. From the...

Food and Farming
Native American Food Sovereignty: An Interview with Filmmaker Sanjay Rawal
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Sanjay Rawal is a James Beard Award winning filmmaker who spent 15 years working on global human rights campaigns. His films include FOOD CHAINS...

Food and Farming
Remembering Amigo Bob Cantisano: Organic Farming Pioneer
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The last time I saw Amigo Bob Cantisano was January 2019 at the Eco Farm Conference. His once imposing physical presence had grown frail from a...

Food and Farming
Decolonizing Regenerative Agriculture: An Indigenous Perspective
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A-dae Romero-Briones (Cochiti/Kiowa) is the Director of Programs: Agriculture and Food Systems for the First Nations Development Institute. First...

Food and Farming
Eco-Hip Hop Pioneer Promotes Healthy Living and Urban Farming
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Ietef Vita, also known as DJ Cavem, is a pioneering hip hop artist using his craft as a platform to make social change and encourage healthy living....

Food and Farming
Through the Pandemic and Fire, Pie Ranch Focuses on Food Justice
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Pacific Coast Highway 1 between Santa Cruz and San Francisco is a beautiful stretch of road. On the coast side, steep eroding bluffs drop to flat...

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