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Defining ‘Local,’ Part 2

How many degrees away from Farmer Kevin did you source your bacon?

By Heather Ridge

For many growers, the term “local” varies by commodity. “The things we grow are heavy,” reminds Stephen Koontz, professor of Agriculture and Resource Economics at Colorado State University. While selling locally may ease some of the burden of transport, it’s not alway possible for some items.

 
 
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That place

Finally making it into Rincon Del Sol after months of driving by

By Josh Gross

Though the specific locale is different for everyone, we all have that place, the one you drive past nearly everywhere you go, thinking to yourself, “I should stop in some time,” but keep driving past for at least another six to eight months. You know where I’m talking about.

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