It’s becoming increasingly apparent that climate issues really impacting our communities. It’s constantly coming up in our conversations with farmers and other folks on the ground in the food system. What you will find here from now on is a chronicle of our exploration of this issue.

Majuro, Marshall Islands

Today we begin with Majuro. Part of the Marshall Islands, Majuro has no aquifers but it manages to sustain life. Roughly 50% of the approximate 30,000 residents rely on home rainwater catchments for their water. [ read more ]

Winds of Change

The first clues came from Hawaii. [ read more ]