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Who We Are: Kizzen Laki

If Kizzen Laki had any interest in journalism as a teen, her South Side Chicago high school journalism teacher extinguished it. He was also the typing teacher, and as a holdover of patriarchal conventions in those late-’60s days, he required all the girls to wear hose to class. He...

Our water, climate & stream flow

Within the past 25 years climate in the northern San Luis Valley has changed...

Learning The Flowers with David Lee

I like the quote by Gary Snyder in his poem, “For the Children”: stay together learn...

Who We Are: Chelsea Braden

At 18, Chelsea Braden moved to Mexico to help open a restaurant with the...

Garden Guru: Can hemp save us from COVID?

COVID-19 comes up almost daily, in almost everyone’s conversations, and many people in our...

Crestone Evergreens

The woodlands and forests of Crestone and the Baca are mainly comprised of evergreen trees. At this time of the year, if not covered...

Remembering the Roots: On Staying Well

It is a wonderful moment to tune into our wellness practices and strategies around getting or staying well in the coming seasons. Broths and...

Garden Guru: Giving Thanks

I’m feeling very blessed. November is here, and Thanksgiving on the way. I just watched the full moon rise slowly above the mountains, with...

At the End of the Road: Gratitude & Grace

What blessing brings you to the end of the road? Perhaps you have met the community of friends that you have always sought, living...

Slavery in the Southwest

It was a marvelous yet troubling exhibit at the Fort Garland Museum and Cultural Center that led to this story. Two friends and I...

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