Features & Occasionals (4)
Last month Katherine Pioli wrote about light pollution and the 'dark skies' movement. Here we give you some tips on where to have a good night of star-gazing.
Insect-husbandry might not be the first place one’s mind goes when considering local farming operations... but where better for would-be locavores to start than with the goody whose producers symbolize Utah’s human inhabitants’ industrious nature? Bees' Brothers family operation in Cache Valley was awarded a Slow Food Utah micro-grant this spring. Their application was written by Nathan Huntzinger, just 13, with brothers Sam, 12, and Ben, 9.
There's something quite extraordinary happening this month out on the salt flats in Grantsville. A festival, produced entirely by unpaid volunteers, is springing up among the pools at Bonneville Seabase, Utah's unique landlocked saltwater SCUBA location.
Mike Evans, director of Real Food Rising, gathered us volunteers into a circle. We were going to play a game in which he would read a statement about food and food production. If it pertained to us, then we should move to a different spot in the group.