Category Archive for: ‘Farms’

  • The People Who Feed Us: Local, Small-Farm Labor

    Last week, we mentioned the exciting progress being made in this country to bring about a broader awareness of food issues. But despite the increase in press and the New York Times’ coverage of food politics, food labor (both as a subject and a population) [...]

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  • A chance to dance with bees

    This month, California-based conceptual artist Jonathon Keats has taken up bee-keeping. For his submission to the Bay Area Now 5 festival, put on by the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Keats planted flower arrangements in locations around San Francisco, all considered for their proximity [...]

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  • After the Flood

    By now, most of you have likely heard about the floods that inundated the Midwest this month. Among those who were hardest hit by the rising waters were the farmers and livestock producers who rely on the flooded land. The majority of the coverage we’ve [...]

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