Truly Living Well

Combating horticultural illiteracy through a network of urban farms in Atlanta, GA

Written by: Amanda Kay Mannshahia

If food is our most sacred offering to our bodies, how have we become so disconnected from our most familiar source of life-giving energy? At the Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture in Atlanta, Georgia, Rashid Nuri and his team are trying to rectify this crisis by spreading the sermon of horticultural literacy. […]

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Dan Allen of Farmscape

Sowing the Seeds for Restaurant Gardens

Urban Farming’s Latest Trend

Written by: Amanda Kay Mannshahia

As CEO of Los Angeles–based Farmscape, “the largest urban farming venture in California,” Dan Allen’s mission is to “connect city dwellers with fresh, organic produce through a network of urban farms, while creating living wage jobs for the new generation of farmers.”

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Chocovivo in Culver City

Demystifying the Story of Chocolate

A conversation with Patricia Tsai of Chocovivo

Written by: Amanda Kay Mannshahia

Speaking with Patricia Tsai, chocolate maker and owner of Chocovivo, a Culver City, CA chocolate factory that makes chocolate from bean to bar, is truly an educational experience. Her journey with chocolate is not one of gluttony or indulgence, but one that began from a space of soul searching.

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