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November 28, 2021
500 vigilantes gather in Mexico town, pledge to aid police
Extortion of avocado growers in western Mexico has gotten so bad that 500 vigilantes from a so-called “self-defense” group ...
November 18, 2021
Legal pot growers frustrated by illegal operations in Oregon
Amanda Metzler, a licensed cannabis grower, has beefed up security around her property and no longer dares to go out alone ...
November 18, 2021
Sahel's Green Wall shifts focus to hold off desert
The 'Great Green Wall' that was once envisioned as a way for Africa to fight climate change has stalled creating a shift in ...
November 16, 2021
GOP Rep. Mace's bill would federally decriminalize marijuana
Republican Rep. Nancy Mace of South Carolina introduced legislation Monday to federally decriminalize marijuana, a measure ...
November 13, 2021
Africa's 'Great Green Wall' shifts focus to hold off desert
The idea was striking in its ambition: African countries aimed to plant trees in a nearly 5,000-mile line spanning the entire ...
November 12, 2021
More than 1 million need urgent food aid in south Madagascar
Parched by four years of drought, more than 1.1 million people in southern Madagascar urgently need food aid in a rapidly ...
November 08, 2021
Mexico's army stands between gangs, enforcing turf divisions
In western Mexico a small squad of soldiers with about a half-dozen trucks and sandbag emplacements stands guard on a rural ...
November 05, 2021
Supply chain delays disrupt California agriculture exports
Amid an historic drought posing threats to future harvests, California farmers now say they have no way to export the crops ...
November 02, 2021
'Ordinary people suffer most': China farms face climate woes
Wang Yuetang’s sneakers sink into the mud of what was once his thriving corn and peanut farm as he surveys the damage done ...
November 01, 2021
Chef Abra Berens turns her attention to grains and legumes
Chef and author Abra Berens once mistakenly ordered 10 pounds of split peas. Trouble is, she doesn't really like split peas.