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Stories abound about farmers of color in the United States and their historic ties to the land. Current-day farmers carry nuanced stories about why

One of Spain's favorite wines suffers from a case of mistaken identity -- and is better known abroad under an alias. In the Mediterranean coastal

On a Sunday night in May, Scott Wright arrived at his Carlton, Ore., winery to find flames shooting from the roof and smoke billowing

Heritage has many meanings, encompassing not only our cultural and ancestral connections, but also the breeds of livestock our forefathers raised. Carole Soule is that

If you ask me, perfection is overrated. I give it an 8.2. You can obsess and compulse until you're just the right shade of

On a long trip across America's heartland, I spotted a pair of button eyes peering out at me from a passing semi truck full