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Author: Edible Santa Fe

Handmade in Silver City

Exploring the Arts and Cultural District by Stephanie Cameron This past February, I set off on a journey with Amy Tischler and Caitlin Jenkins, founders of @TravelNewMexico™ on Instagram, to explore Silver City. @TravelNewMexico documents New Mexico road trips by giving guest instagrammers a chance to take over the account to share their unique experiences through imagery and stories. I approached Tischler and Jenkins about collaborating on our travel issue and having edible do a takeover of @TravelNewMexico to share our experiences putting the issue together. When we met to discuss the details, it took them only about five...

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Seed of Hope and Healing: Acknowledging Indigenous Truth

12th Annual Owingeh Tah Pueblos y Semillas Gathering and Seed Exchange Abiquiu Rural Events Center, April 22, 2017 by: Pamela Walker This year’s seed exchange at Abiquiu was the twelfth since the founding of the New Mexico Food and Seed Sovereignty Alliance in 2006. At that time, members of the New Mexico Acequia Association and the Traditional Native American Farmers Association wrote and signed a declaration of seed sovereignty to defend against “potential assaults to seeds and our culture” from contamination by genetically engineered seeds and from corporate appropriation of local seeds to patent for genetic engineering. In the...

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Brewing Conspiracies in Taos

Discover Taos Mesa Brewing Through Music and Malts By Sam Hedges · Photos by Stephanie Cameron Top left, clockwise: The Mothership; Dan Irion sipping beer in front of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and future Airstream rental; the entryway to Taos Mesa Brewing; a flight of beer; and one of the outdoor stages.  Taos Mesa Brewing’s informal motto is “A conspiracy’s brewing.” But while conspiracies are usually veiled, Taos Mesa Brewing’s mission is open and obvious: link enterprise with social consciousness to enrich New Mexico. Craft beer plays a central role in this sinister plot. In its short lifespan,...

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The San Luis Valley

Exploring a Growing Food Basin at the Top of the Watershed by Willy Carleton We set out for the San Luis Valley of Colorado, following the path of the long-gone Chili Line railway, in search of some warm waters, seed potatoes, and a few good meals. Entering the valley, my friend Josh and I were greeted with expansive scenes of flat farm fields, dotted with center-pivot irrigation equipment and large potato harvesters, stretching in all directions to distant white-capped peaks. The valley, which up until half a million years ago contained a massive lake, forms a partial basin characterized...

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San Juan Skyway

Bikes, Brews, and Big Chainrings By Sarah Wentzel-Fisher Alta Lakes near Telluride. Photo by Tim Fulton. On a drizzly July morning last year, I sipped coffee with my sweetheart Zac Fulton and his father, Tim Fulton, at the Laughing Wolf Farm in Mancos, Colorado, as we loaded provisions and camping gear onto bicycles. The sun emerged and a rainbow bloomed over Mesa Verde—an auspicious beginning to our week-long bike tour along the San Juan Skyway. Most tourists start their journeys on this All-American Road (designated as such in 1996) in Durango, about thirty miles to the east. Most choose...

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