Spring 2015

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March, April, May — Megan Larmer, manager of biodiversity programs for Slow Food USA, says about the Ark of Taste, which seeks to preserve culturally significant foods”]These foods and the […]

Edible Traditions – A Century of 4-H

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edible traditions A CENTURY OF 4-H Local club members better themselves, as well as their families and communities. WRITTEN BY ALICIA BARBERPHOTOS COURTESY OF UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES, UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO […]

Drinkable Reno-Tahoe – Spirited Classes

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drinkable reno-tahoe SPIRITED CLASSES Local bar owners offer cocktail and wine education WRITTEN BY HEIDI BETHELPHOTOS BY CHRIS HOLLOMAN Besides possessing the ability to shake up a storm, area mixologists […]

Edible Garden – Living With Drought

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edible garden LIVING WITH DROUGHT Reno-Tahoe farmers and gardeners learn to adapt with less water. WRITTEN BY SUE EDMONDSONPHOTOS BY CANDICE NYANDO Nevadans and Californians don’t need scientists to tell […]

Meet the Famer – Urban Jungle

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meet the farmer URBAN JUNGLE Pioneering farmers change downtown Reno’s landscape. WRITTEN BY SUE EDMONDSONPHOTOS BY CANDICE NYANDO If it’s hard to imagine an anthropologist and artist/cultural geographer teaming up […]

Chefs Table – Green Minded

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chefs table GREEN MINDED Mamasake in Squaw Valley makes the environment a priority. WRITTEN BY SANDRA MACIASPHOTOS BY SHEA EVANS Love that name, Mamasake. It has a certain savory catchiness, […]

Feature – Save It to Eat It

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feature SAVE IT TO EAT IT The Ark of Taste lists culturally significant, delicious foods at the risk of extinction. WRITTEN BY LAUREN LASTOWKA “A cow is not a cow […]