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It sounds backward, but farmers and ranchers can't afford to raise heritage livestock unless there's a market. Otherwise, they become very expensive lawn ornaments."
Ryan Walker, Livestock Conservancy marketing and communications manager

 

 

 

FROM THE EDITOR

EDIBLE NOTABLES

Pedaling for Produce
Supermarket Savvy
Stimulating App-etite
A Breed Apart
Cluck, Cluck, Buzzzzzz
Edible Updates: The Lastest Scoop
Mena Minute: Consuming Creatin

EDIBLE EVENTS
Seasonal, food-related happenings.

COVER
Unusual breeds promote diversity.

COVER
Local butchers make the cut.

COVER
Split cost, effort with meat share.

FEATURE
Four-legged farm workers.

FEATURE
Faces of Nevada organics.

MEET THE FARMER
Big flavor at City Green Gardens.

CHEF’S TABLE
La Vecchia offers savory classics.

DRINK TANK
Relishing a budding teahouse scene.

EDIBLE TRAVEL
Find your inner cowboy.

WHAT’S IN SEASON
Ripe and ready bounty.

EDIBLE GARDEN
Sunchokes are tasty rays of sunshine.

EDIBLE TRADITIONS
Food lockers preserved perishables.

EAT LOCAL GUIDE
Delicious and healthy dining choices.

ADVERTISER DIRECTORY
Support these local businesses.

THE LAST BITE
How to cook an egg this Easter.

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