Reclaiming food traditions, a big part of it.
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Foley believes old-school farming can save our bacon, our kale and even our communities. His new book shares his knowledge in hopes of building a resilient future.
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At the nonprofit farm Land’s Sake, the focus is balanced between crops and community involvement.
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In Ohio, Shagbark Seed & Mill is trying to make local, organic grains the rule rather than the exception.
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Her country learned the value of food sovereignty the hard way. Now she wants to ensure that self-sufficiency is baked into Cuba’s future.
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Photographer Monica R. Goya is nominated in two categories: Bring Home the Harvest, and Food For Sale, both images taken for the delightful story below. Her photos were chosen from 9000 entries from 77 countries. Good luck Monica!
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Erin Wade’s success with her Vinaigrette restaurant chain began with her experience as a farmer.
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Krista Scruggs uses hybrids to produce wines without additives, fertilizers, pesticides or any other chemical intervention from vine to vat.
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