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In coffee, the ongoing assumption is that the term “shade-grown” connotes increased biodiversity and some amount of bird friendliness. Yet as the local environmental effects of coffee-driven deforestation and agroforestry…

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macadamia

To address the drivers of migration — debt/prices and climate pressures — highlighted in the last post, we need to consistently seek a deeper understanding of farmer livelihoods. To this…

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It’s Arbor Day, but let’s not beat around the bush, so to speak: Most of the coffee industry is caught up within two polarizing viewpoints on the realities of shade…

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By now it’s common knowledge that bees are in jeopardy throughout the world. As agricultural practices have intensified and pesticide use has increased, bee populations are being decimated. New research…

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western ghats coffee bird

While the prevailing choice among discerning coffee drinkers is for arabica over robusta, birds seem equally fine with either, so long as adequate canopy cover is in place and pesticides are kept…

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