Back to the Future? In an era of chronic drought, thousand-year-old desert crops could become the new sustainable dinner...
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In the American Southwest, Native Americans have retained their ancestral homelands and sovereign governance through the ages—enabling their traditional…
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Summer vacation is over... and we're back! Watch now (39 sec) | Our new Fall issue will launch next Friday, Sept. 16. In the meantime, we hope you'll enjoy our latest podcast episode, "Shrine and…
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One of New England's oldest, most iconic industries faces more uncertainty than ever. Meet a young lobsterman who's keeping the tradition alive—and…
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You may not have heard the term "acequia," but it describes one of the oldest—and most sustainable—methods of irrigation on the planet. Too bad American…
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An intentional community in Italy uses craftsmanship—and a sense of family—to successfully rehabilitate people who are suffering from addiction…
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In times of extreme upheaval—global or personal—can the act of art-making ease suffering and strengthen resilience?
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Although this ancient building material has grown in popularity since its "revival" in the 1970s, it hasn't quite gone mainstream, despite an avid…
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