Spring 2015


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


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


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


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


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


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


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 […]