Black farmer in a Stetson hat looking at the camera in Southern Arizona desert grasslands.

Our Roots Are in the Roots

Black farmers and ranchers in Southern Arizona aim to create new legacies by Adiba Nelson I am a city girl, through and through. Born and … Read more

Maria Parra Cano, a Xicana Indígena is holding a clay bowl filled with beans, corn, chiles, and other indigenous dried food. She is wearing a black huipil with embroidered red flowers and a red rebozo. Her lipstick is dark red and one point.

My Mother’s Sauces

Maria Parra Cano on healing self, family, and community with ancestral foods and forests Interview by Kimi Eisele Maria Parra Cano is a chef, ancestral … Read more

A barn on a green pasture surrounded by a wooden fence with trees, tall, reddish mountains and a blue sky with clouds in the background.

The Fruits of Fruita

Preserving a legacy in Utah’s Capitol Reef National Park by Jennifer Nalewicki Autumn sunlight slices between the branches of apple trees, creating a lightshow at … Read more

Fruiting Bodies

Foraging for mushrooms in monsoon season reveals a magic underworld Story and photographs by Kimi Eisele On a Sunday afternoon at the tail-end of what … Read more

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