Keeping the culture in agriculture


Courtesy of Alex Féthière

Center of Southwest Culture's Emma Q Dewey shares farm production techniques developed on unceded Tewa territory in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

I've never used Zoom intensively, so when I attended Tuesday's "Keeping the Culture in AgriCulture: First Annual Food Sovereignty Symposium" hosted by Tahoma Peak Solutions, I was trepidatious about the screen experience as much as I was excited about the program.

As a recovering desk jockey, I can be very irritated by unprofessional or clunky UIs ("user experiences.") Nothing of the sort took place over the four hours of webinar that I enjoyed. Even presenters who claimed not to enjoy technology handled it capably, and everyone's internet performed like a champ.

My internet even held out w...

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