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These foods and the stories they represent are part of our cultural heritage. If we lose these flavors and their stories, we put ourselves in a less imaginative and less wonderful place."
— Megan Larmer, manager of biodiversity programs for Slow Food USA, says about the Ark of Taste, which seeks to preserve culturally significant foods

 

FROM THE EDITOR

EDIBLE NOTABLES
Healthy Beginnings
Connecting the Dots
Youth Support
Animal Dedication

EDIBLE EVENTS
Seasonal food-related happenings.

COVER
30 ways to eat, drink, and grow green.

FEATURE
Business owners go eco-friendly.

FEATURE
Bringing healthy food to area workplaces.

FEATURE
Ranchers graze for change.

FEATURE
Reno family strives for radical simplicity.

FEATURE
Saving culturally significant foods.

CHEF'S TABLE
Sustainable seafood reigns at Mamasake.

MEET THE FARMER
Greening up downtown Reno.

DRINKABLE RENO-TAHOE
Libation education.

EDIBLE GARDEN
Living with drought.

EDIBLE FACTS
A water table infographic.

EDIBLE TRADITIONS
Celebrating a century of 4-H.

WHAT'S IN SEASON
Ripe and ready bounty.

EAT LOCAL GUIDE
Delicious and healthy dining choices.

ADVERTISER DIRECTORY
Support these local businesses.

THE LAST BITE
A beginner's guide to composting.

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