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    Coho nnabis

    Shuswap’s globally unique coho salmon and nnabis farm

    Watershed Sentinel Original Content

    By Jim Cooperman

    Cellular Agriculture

    The next technofix promises synthetic, cruelty-free “meat”

    Watershed Sentinel Original Content

    by élisabeth Abergel

    Biofuels: More Drain Than Gain

    Beyond the extra cost to consumers, biofuels sideline food production and distract from real climate solutions

    Watershed Sentinel Original Content

    by Kenneth Sigurdson

    Food Security

    Summer 2022

    As the perfect storm – climate change, inflation, speculation, war, pandemic… – exposes a globalized food system rife with vulnerabilities, billionaires and techno-optimists scramble for fixes. Solutions, however, are everywhere – and deep food security depends on solutions that are lol, distributed, and regionally-appropriate.

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