Sweet Grass Beef

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Sweet Grass Beef

Sweet Grass Cooperative is comprised of ranchers who have a passion for the Western tradition of family-owned ranches. They have a passion for the land, for the animals,… Read more

Co-op Connection News April, 2014

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Co-op Connection News

April, 2014

In this issue we celebrate the Earth! We introduce you to the New Mexico Native Plant Society, discuss water issues in times of drought, solar energy,… Read more

Share Your Co-op Story

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October is Co-op Month! This year we claim Oct. 25 as Co-op Staff appreciation day. We’d love to hear which co-op staff people you love, and why. And it doesn’t have to be… Read more

Co-op Connection News for March, 2014

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Co-op Connection News

March, 2014

In this issue we get things growing! We introduce you to the Family Farmer Seed Co-op, provide gardening tips and inspiration, and let you know about… Read more

Coop Collaboration: Healthy Food at SF’s Gonzales Elementary

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From Cooking With Kids. 

For the past seven years, La Montanita Coop has supported the Cooking with Kids program at Gonzales Elementary Public School with the ingredients necessaryRead more

ESSENTIAL OILS: Effective Tools for Health

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By Amylee Udell

Essential oils are natural extracts from plants’ flowers, seeds, roots, bark, and stems.  They make flowers smell the way they smell AND they give plants … Read more

Springtime Allergy Relief

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By Khara Hindi 

Sneeze, sneeze…sniffle, sniffle…itch, itch.  Is this what the beginning of spring usually means to you?  Seasonal rhinitis, or hay fever, is most commonly … Read more

Soil: Care and Feeding for Crop Success

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The Carbon Economy Series presents Rodale’s Elaine Ingram: March 12-13

By Iginia Boccalandro

Can you imagine if you could grow anything you wanted with the soil in your yard? If … Read more

Soil Restoration in the Southwest

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By Amanda Bramble, Ampersand Sustainable Learning Center

One doesn’t have to go far anywhere in the Southwest to see that soil erosion is a problem. Roots are exposed, head … Read more

What’s on Your Plate?

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What’s on Your Plate?

By Eleanor Bravo, Food and Water Watch

Santa Fe Passes GMO Labeling! Now its Albuquerque’s Turn

What’s on your plate? Because there are no laws requiring… Read more