Posts by Seed the Commons

Veganic Transformations

Veganic Transformations

Growing food at home has many benefits: healthy produce, beautifying one’s environment, providing habitat for endangered pollinators and creating a...

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Veganic – two movements coming together

As Seed the Commons, we do not promote veganic‬ farming because we think it’s the only way to be sustainable....

Open Letter to the Owners of Be Love Farm

Open Letter to the Owners of Be Love Farm

Open letter to the owners of Gracias Madre, Café Gratitude and Be Love Farm. Dear Terces and Matthew, It recently...

Celebrating Cesar Chavez Day

Celebrating Cesar Chavez Day

By Saryta Rodriguez “We cannot seek achievement for ourselves and forget about progress and prosperity for our community… Our ambitions...

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Make Noise at Rainbow Grocery

After decades of being a vegetarian grocery store, Rainbow Grocery has decided to lease the space of their outdoor cafe...

Five Steps to Promote Veganic Farming Today

Five Steps to Promote Veganic Farming Today

We’re very excited to announce that Millahcayotl held the first meeting of the new Working Group on Veganic Farming whose...

Veganic: More Ways to Share and Care

Veganic: More Ways to Share and Care

Guest post by Brittany Morgan who holds a permaculture design certificate and cultivates garden plots in Ashland, Oregon. Veganic shares...

In Defense of the Humble Bean

In Defense of the Humble Bean

Blog post by Nassim Nobari, currently in Chiapas, Mexico for a research project on changes in food culture. You can...

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Announcing People’s Harvest Forum

Exciting times are here! Millahcayotl is organizing the first People’s Harvest Forum, an annual event on addressing food injustice and...

The Trans-Pacific Partnership

This post is a summary of the discussion participants had at MIllahcayotl’s September Sunday Brunch. Two very important events took...

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