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The Local Food Myth: Why Locavores May Be Getting It Wrong

Of course, you only want to serve your family the healthiest food possible. There is no dispute that freshly picked produce is vitamin packed and nutrient rich ... produce in order to save a few bucks ... read more

Higher Grounds Trading Company in Traverse City

Here, at Higher Grounds Trading Co. in Traverse City ... Mexico. They started with a $3,600 loan and a pallet of beans from Maya Vinic (meaning “Mayan Man”), the co-operative of farmers they’d just le... read more

The Battle to Save New Mexico’s Last Wild River

“If you can’t save a place like the Gila ... For taxpayers in rural southwestern New Mexico, in the small towns of Deming and Silver City, these expenditures make any water that might come from a dive... read more

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Are We Driving Earth to an Irreversible Tipping Point?

As the changes in an ecosystem pile up, they can push the system past a “critical threshold ... increasing the efficiency of existing means of food production and distribution instead of converting ne... read more


Child slavery and chocolate: All too easy to find

A recent study by Tulane University says the industry’s efforts to stop child labor are “uneven” and “incomplete” and that 97% of Ivory Coast’s farmers had not been ... Abdul says all he’s given is a ... read more

The NYT’s Grim Depiction of Russian Life

Similarly, in the last year the Orlino farmers have all gone the way of their brethren across Russia and invested in greenhouses made of pre-formed polycarbonate walls, most commonly resembling hoops ... read more

Cheers and Jeers: Wednesday

CHEERS! to International Chocolate Day: "In this blooming civilization, with its economic setup, relatively few men can afford tailor-made suits or shoes built according to their own lasts. But, there ... read more

Stories for March 2013

Despite last-minute intervention by Los Angeles City Councilman Eric Garcetti, the City Planning Commission on Thursday approved the controversial Millennium Partners' project, which would add 1 milli... read more

Hope and Prosperity

("Mighty" is, as I can ... repair. Here's my story in the paper on Hope: HOPE, Ark. -- Bill Clinton's first home is a modest frame structure that looks out over the railroad tracks, a poster-plastered ... read more

VINOGRAPHY ®: a wine blog

I post them to my magazine on on Flipboard, but for those of you who aren't Flipboard inclined, here's everything I've strained out of the wine-related muck for the week. Enjoy. If chardonnay's a yawn ... read more

BEST OF MONTEREY COUNTY® 2014

Each year we invite submissions for categories we can add. This year the most popular suggestions were Best Wealth Manager and Best Dog Groomer. "Selfie" famously earned its place as a word in the dic... read more

Why is Mexico drug war being ignored?

Ted Galen Carpenter, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, is the author of nine books on international affairs, including the just released The Fire Next Door: Mexico’s Drug Violence ... trail schoo... read more



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