by Stefani AustinPhotography from Yonder Way Farm Instagram Each day, over morning coffee, in carpool lines or between meetings, thousands of people from all over the country take time out of their ...
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By Rebecca PersonsPhotography by Pauline Stevens On Milagro Farm, just outside of Austin, farmers Kris and Amy Olsen’s two large chicken coops sit perpendicular to each other—one facing ...
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By Carol Ann Sayle I grew up playing in dirt. A truckload of authentic topsoil—richly dark with life—delivered to our Balcones Heights lot outside of San Antonio in the 1940s and ...
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by Elizabeth Winslow Last summer, my family and I set out to see for ourselves what and how America eats, in the only way to really get the whole story: by car. Along the way, we saw and learned ...
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Thirty-six years ago, Wendell Berry published The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture—exposing the cultural and ecological ravages of industrial agriculture and calling for a revival ...
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By Layne LynchPhotography by Jo Ann Santangelo Though it’s but an hour’s drive outside of Houston, the city of Waller bears no resemblance to the fourth-largest city in the nation. In ...
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By Meredith BethunePhotography by Jo Ann Santangelo A pickup truck carrying coolers full of eggs pulls up to a homeless shelter. The driver, Colby Smith, imagines the staff hollering, “Not ...
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