Monthly Archives: October 2012

Apple processing workshop II

Today we gathered again to work the rest of the apples.  We reserved the applesauce-making process after the freezing and dehydration workshop as the apples do not have to be as fresh to make applesauce. We have already made about … Continue reading

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Apple processing workshop I

Today we organized a massive school-wide apple-processing event to commemorate our potential to actualize food security given local abundance and generosity from our local apple trees and their owners.  Orion Cervio, head teacher at Chrysalis, was able to get boxes … Continue reading

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Participation in a GMO Coexistance forum organized by NMDA

A couple of weeks ago I received a phone call from a representative from the New Mexico Department of Agriculture to attend a forum on the coexistence between traditional, organic, conventional, and genetic engineered agriculture. Participation in the forum was … Continue reading

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