Farming

Angela Dawson Q&A

Ecolution #2: Collectives

We talked with Angela Dawson, founder of a hemp farm co-op based in Central Minnesota, about why and how

  • 10/16/2020
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Tapestry: An Evolution in Our Ecosystem

commentary about how people connect with the environment

  • 06/24/2020
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Winona LaDuke: A Leader of the Green Revolution

At one time, Minnesota had 11 hemp mills, in towns like Winona and Stillwater.

  • 06/24/2020
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Climate Land Leaders

How Minnesota Women Are Restoring the Earth

  • 06/24/2020
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Money Matters: Shaping the business of food

Gathering Momentum Out of the Kitchen A national gathering of Women Chefs & Restaurateurs (WCR) was held recently in the Twin Cities,

  • 06/01/2018
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Farm activist Lou Anne Kling: From pastures to protests

They weren’t going to take that farm away from us and they weren’t going to take it away from my

  • 08/01/2016

Riverkeepers: Sister Kay and Annette Fernholz

Sister-sisters restore the water and land at their Earthrise Farm

  • 10/01/2015

Mairi Doerr: Dancing with goats

A sustainable life at Dancing Winds Farm

  • 08/01/2015

‘Cultivate 2012’

“I wanted to explore the linkages among health, poverty, agriculture and our food system. Immigrants are critical to our food system and they cannot be left behind in the local food movement.”

  • 07/02/2011

Crop tenders

“They [immigrants] are key to our workforce. …They work hard. They are well-liked workers and often they have family generations on the same farm.”

  • 06/02/2009

Dairy diva

“I just wasn’t cut out to work with plants. Living, breathing animals are just more my thing.”

  • 06/02/2009