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Climate Change Is Pushing Pacific Northwest Farmers to Protect Crops from Extreme Heat

Farmers who grow apples, berries, cherries, potatoes, and more are facing more intense and frequent heat, and struggling to adapt their practices to protect their crops. 

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How a St. Louis Spice Drive Offers Refugees a Taste of Home

Food banks, food drives, and other mutual aid resources have long provided much-needed nonperishable goods for food-insecure newcomers to the U.S., but spices often slip under the radar. This effort adds spices to the offerings.



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Civil Eats TV: Women Brewing Change at Sequoia Sake

Of the three female craft sake brewers in the U.S., two make up the mother-daughter team at Sequoia Sake in San Francisco. Working with California rice farmers, they’re bringing the nearly 2,000-year-old national drink of Japan to more Americans.

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