“It created community. People began looking at each other in the eye.”
Rising temperatures, melting ice caps, and invasive species are not interested in bargaining for our survival.
Over the last decade, Minnesota has more than doubled renewable energy generation, largely thanks to wind energy.
Editor’s Note: Because of our self-defined focus on Ecolution in Minnesota Women’s Press, I was invited to a virtual conference
Former Vice President Al Gore led a conversation about regenerative agriculture as part of a two-day Climate Underground conference featuring
Her role as a bridge between two countries enables her to see the value of an exchange of technical knowledge.
By doing this work, Harvest Nation assumes a receiving role within the large movement known as Rematriation, the returning of seeds to their mother land to be reunited with the earth and its people.
Americans put a lot of energy and political investment into an inflated capitalist system that is only a sliver of how our communities work.
Something has to change in the way that modern society produces and consumes food.
Our state has 54 million acres of landscape — nearly 26 million of which is agricultural. That large agricultural base has a climate impact.
Our aeroponic farming system is designed to grow food in 90 percent less space than regular soil farming, with 90 percent less water and nutrients.
There are significant gaps in capitalizing and sustaining farmers in my community, and a co-op structure helps fill the huge gap.