During my weekly trek to the grocery store on Saturday, I decided that I wanted a cantaloupe. Being in New Mexico, we have close proximity to most major cantaloupe producers in the area; including California, Colorado, and Texas, so I assumed that freshness and availability would not be an ... Read More
Changing the Way We Think About How Food is Grown
Nutritionists typically suggest that in order to lose weight, we have to change the way we think about food. The same can be said about changing the way we think about how our food is grown. While many of us have become more mindful about what we’re putting in our bodies, how many of us have ... Read More
Is Your Carbon Footprint Growing Bigger?
If part of your New Year's resolutions included a vow to reduce your carbon footprint, you're not alone. But how to begin, and most importantly, stick with it so that your resolution doesn't end up shelved with all the others? Here are a few easy things that you can do today that ... Read More
Healthy Soil – Your Life Depends On It
So what is the big deal about soil? We plant flowers in it, we let our dogs dig in it, if you’re a baseball player, you spit in it. In fact, last year, soil even had its own year. 2015 International Year of Soils was designed to educate the general public about the importance of something that, ... Read More