Monthly Archives: April 2021

Local Food Snapshot: Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm

Website: https://lospoblanos.com/Social: @LosPoblanosInn

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Local Food Snapshot: Skarsgard Farms

Website: https://skarsgardfarms.deliverybizpro.com/Social: @skarsgardfarms

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Local Food Snapshot: Heidi’s Raspberry Farm

Website: https://heidisraspberryfarm.com/ Social: @HeidisRaspberryFarm

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Local Food Snapshot: MoGro Mobile Grocery

Website: https://www.mogro.net/ Social: @mogroweeklyshare

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Local Food Snapshot: Toasted Sister Podcast

Website: https://toastedsisterpodcast.com Social: @toastedsister

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Hope in the desertified soil

A plant is only as healthy as its soil. So what happens when the soil is sick? What happens when the soil is so sick that it isn’t even soil anymore? This is desertification, “the process by which fertile land … Continue reading

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Certifiably Good

I know we all try to be better people. We all try to skip the straw at Starbucks, or choose paper when asked “paper or plastic?”, or buy “organic” produce. But is buying “organic” the same as “Organic”? Is “cage-free” … Continue reading

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The Future Is Now: How a Taos non-profit is providing for our youth

The industrial food system, by maximizing production and reducing cost, has resulted in depleted soils, hypoxic dead zones, polluted water, excess antibiotics in meat and dairy products, and inhumane animal practices. It is also responsible for 75% of deforestation worldwide, … Continue reading

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Insights into Power and Gender Dynamics of Migrant Labor in Agriculture

There is a distinct and important difference between a farmer and farmworker. Farmers are in the position of privilege, with a voice for executive decisions. Farmworkers, though, work hard in the varying weather conditions, don’t get healthcare or childcare, and … Continue reading

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Our Genetically Modified World

Did you know that roughly 75% of the foods in your grocery store contain genetically modified organisms? Some of the most common genetically engineered ingredients can be found in almost all nonorganic/non-GMO marked, packaged foods and even in many of … Continue reading

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