Month: October 2013

After the Deluge: Farmers Emerge from the 2013 Flood

by Elaine Lipson Farmers, especially organic farmers, have faith in the predictability of nature—spring will follow winter, healthy ecosystems will operate in balance, and waste matter, properly managed, will become nature’s richest fertilizer and bring new life. But farmers must also contend with nature’s most unpredictable extremes. Northern Colorado’s farmers have seen years of arid

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Get to Know GMOs

by Paula Hocherl, Alfalfa’s Assistant Front End Manager One of the farming and food industry’s most critical fights is the one against the giant biotech companies and their genetically modified seeds. These companies are genetically altering the DNA of the food we eat. Americans are ingesting GMO corn, soy, cottonseed, canola, papaya, zucchini, alfalfa and

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Jeff

Assistant Store Director A refugee from both the computer and the book industries, Jeff is excited to have found his way to beer, wine and spirits. He loves the history of what we consume and the magical combinations that can create a sum greater than its’ parts when you put the right food and drink

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