Local Food Movement: Mendo & Beyond, Part II

In the first installment of this two-part series, the participants discussed the factors in their individual lives that influenced them to dedicate themselves to their present work, the barriers to a local food economy that the regulatory system imposes, and the growing popularity of the local food movement in Mendocino County and elsewhere, among other […]

Food Localization, Mendo & Beyond: A Dialogue

On February 10th, on a misty morning at Rain Tenaqiya’s permaculture demonstration site in the hills far above Ukiah, we gathered with four pillars of the local food movement for an in-depth discussion of their respective philosophies and goals. Mendocino County is home to a diversity of food production and/or cultivation, and one of the […]