Bitter Principles

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By Ari LeVaux

A baby will put almost anything in its mouth, even a sour lemon, without flinching. But bitter foods are quickly ejected with a grimace. We are born with zero tolerance … Read more

The Co-op’s 25th Annual “Celebrate the Earth” Festival: Sunday, April 19

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By Robin Seydel

WOW! This year marks the 25th “Celebrate the Earth” Festival. It began with just a couple of environmental groups with tables; Citizens for Alternatives… Read more

New Tortillas From Taos!

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By Dave Payne

La Montañita is proud to offer a new local product made with organic ingredients: Cordero’s Flour Tortillas.

These tortillas are made by hand in Taos NM by Matthew… Read more

Great Greens: A Wearing and Eating Season

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By Robin Seydel

Whether you celebrate St. Patrick’s day with a wearing of the green or not it’s plain to see that the world is wearing its new spring green.  Everywhere, sprouting… Read more

Soil Carbon: The New Holy Grail of Regenerative Agriculture

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By Ann Adams, Holistic Management International        

For those of us following the growth of sustainable agriculture, particularly in the last 10 years, it’s been… Read more

Regenerative Organic Agriculture and Climate Change: A Down-to-Earth Solution to Global Warming

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By Mark Smallwood and the Rodale Institute Staff

Repinted here is the opening of the Executive Summary from Rodale Institute’s white paper, “Regenerative Organic Read more

La Montañita Fund: Local Investing Provides Capital for Food System Growth

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By Robin Seydel

In 2015, the La Montanita (LaM) FUND marks its fourth year of operation. And the project just keeps rolling along. We are pleased to have made loans to local producers… Read more

Senegalese Red Lentil Soup

Senegalese Red Lentil Soup

Reminiscent of curried soups of Senegal, this tasty potage combines lentils and sweet potatoes with cabbage and tomatoes for a delicious mingling of flavors and textures.… Read more

Veteran Farmer Project Update: Growing with Rio Grande Community Farm

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By Robin Seydel

Last December, after farming at the Alvarado Urban Farm across from the Transportation Center for three years thanks to the generosity of the Downtown Action Team,… Read more

We’re Extending Volume Discount Month!

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Due to the rough weather on Friday and Saturday, we’re extending February’s Volume Discount through March 8th. We don’t want anyone to get snowed out of their … Read more