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Can food lovers save Mexico City’s nutrient-rich islands and the farmers who toil here?

When he arrived at the small island in the midst of one of the world’s biggest cities, chef Gabriel Rodriguez knew that the only piece of equipment at his disposal would be a simple brick grill. He wo... read more

The Farm-to-Table movement is a growing in Timmins

Marc Rodrique and Alex Cochrane are farmers are busy growing fresh produce in Timmins. “ We can actually grow these foods right here in our backyard ... the vegetables are grown on vertical towers usi... read more

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

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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

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

A Farmer's Work Is Never Done

But I can survey my work and feel a great sense of satisfaction from ... Someday it'll be just the two of us, a farmer and his worm, retired from our toil, looking back wistfully upon all the incredib... 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

Democrats: It’s the War

Democrats can draw no clearer distinction with the president and the Republican Congress than over this war. Every major poll confirms that the war is a loser for the president and his party. Consider ... read more

Stories for December 2016

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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

The American Dream In Reverse?

She said: “We’ve been living the American dream in reverse... Adjusting for inflation ... I couldn’t complain. But what more can I do at this point?” read more

Anywhere USA, Coming to the Neighborhood You Live In

So, my daughter, with her own style, loving, real greenie and vegetarian and lover of social justice, well, she got stomped on … this, USA City, A Great Place ... dumb immigrants to this country can b... read more

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