Kayce Johnson began crafting her own skin care products at the age of fifteen. She has rather sensitive skin and, like many teenagers, it was freaking out. “My mother was a very good mother and did what everyone did, which was put their child on Proactive and try all of these harsh chemicals.”
Madere is the latest addition to the FareMarket team. He has already started delivering local grocery orders for FareMarket throughout the Little Rock area, and I’d like to formally introduce him to you. We’ve bumped into each other here and there, at cooperative organizing meetings and farmers markets, but our friendship really began with COVID.
Travis Short of Farm Girl Meats raises, arguably, the best meats in Central Arkansas and two daughters. He grew up around livestock and first ventured to Arkansas from his native state of Ohio in 1995 to volunteer at Heifer Ranch and stayed almost four years.
Poor folks don't drive electric cars. They don't eat organic food or use renewable energy, and all the while, the clock ticks away at what little time we have to take meaningful action on climate change.
Americans drink a lot of coffee from Central America, but in the unlikely mountains of Honduras, Myanmar, and Thailand, subsistence farmers are producing some of the best coffee around. And they see little (if any) return on their investment or labor.