Regenerative agriculture methods have helped one Western Slope farmer be more mindful of how much water he uses.
On the Navajo Nation, “putting seeds in the ground is our greatest act of resistance,” Fort Lewis students learn
SHIPROCK, NEW MEXICO — From foraging sweet berries in slickrock canyons to harvesting corn and fresh veggies from manicured fields and gardens, Kayla Yazzie learned about land from her great-grandmothers. Her childhood memories span the eastern portion of the Navajo Nation, from Tocito and Shiprock in New Mexico with her mother’s family, to St. Michaels, […]
Agriculture is part of the climate change problem. Colorado wants farmers’ soil to be part of the solution.
When Daniel Fullmer founded Tierra Vida Farm in 2015, he had two main priorities for his two-acre plot nestled at the base of the rugged San Juan Mountains: soil health and profitability. “Within the current paradigm of input-based agriculture, where nationally we rely on a tremendous amount of fertilizers and pesticides, we use the soil […]