Category Archives: Rachel Laudan

Wheat rises to a symbol of equality and opportunity

Originally posted on MU Earth:
By Meghan Eldridge CIUDAD OBREGON, Mexico — A grain commonly found on today’s grocery store shelves has risen throughout history as a sign of equality and opportunity for those who eat it. Rachel Laudan, a…

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Agricultural Shows in Africa are Still Going Strong

Taking the Buck by the Horns… A while back Rachel Laudan put up a link that explains the Royal Agricultural Show in the UK was would no longer be operating, due to lack of funds and other problems.  Given the changes … Continue reading

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