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Food and Farming
Farming, Filming and Biodiversity: An Interview with John Chester
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Filmmaker John Chester and his wife Molly took a leap of faith leaving city life behind to become farmers with the ambitious goal of bringing life...

Food and Farming
Seeds: One of Our Most Precious Resources at Risk
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“All the traditional seeds are like brothers and sisters. It was mostly the women who kept the seeds. My mother told me she had to trade seeds...

Food and Farming
Urban Farming and the Wonders of Nature In a Food Desert
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Chanowk and Judith Yisrael are farmers in the suburban South Oak Park neighborhood of Sacramento, which has been designated as a food desert. On...

Food and Farming
A Review of “Food from The Radical Center: Healing Our Land and Our Communities”
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“Have you ever stumbled into a place where you were bowled over by an abundance of wildlife?” So begins the chapter Bringing Back the Bison in...

Food and Farming
Regenerative Agriculture at Singing Frogs Farm
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It was a beautiful October day in Sonoma – a couple of weeks after the first rains – at the Bioneers Regenerative Agriculture field day at...

Youth
Young Climate Activist Dissed By Gubernatorial Candidate: An Interview with Rose Strauss
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On July 18th, Rose Strauss, an 18 year-old college sophomore, attended a Town Hall meeting near Philadelphia hosted by Pennsylvania gubernatorial...

Justice
In Memory of Ralph Paige: Champion of Black Farmers
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As I walked toward the meeting hall crowded with farmers, I could hear a buzz of joyful collegiality. I opened the swinging door and took a step...

Nature, Culture and Spirit
Lyla June: Warrior for Peace
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Lyla June is a Native American (Dine´/ Cheyenne) poet, peacemaker, musician and activist dedicated to revitalizing spiritual relationships with...

Food and Farming
The Redd on Salmon Street: Portland’s Local Food Hub
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Traveling through Salmon Nation on my way to British Columbia, I stopped in Portland. Unlike the shabby, worn-out, warehouse districts in many...

Food and Farming
Urban Farming Through a Foods Justice Lens: An Interview with Young Farmer Johnny Bootlace
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Johnny Bootlace is making connections between organic gardening and food justice working with young people at Berkeley Youth Alternatives (BYA)....

Food and Farming
Thinking Like a Grapevine: Interview with Winemaker John Williams
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So how does a grape vine know how to make these incredibly important decisions? It’s measuring the angle of the sun and the phase of the moon, and...

Food and Farming
Conservation You Can Taste: An Interview with Gary Nabhan
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Gary Nabhan is an ethnobotanist and author focused on the confluence of cultural and biological diversity. His innovative writings and pioneering...

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