District Fray Magazine: Beginner’s Guide to Backpacking

Hit the Trail: What You Need to Know to Start Backpacking From District Fray Magazine’s August issue by Lani Furbank. “In 1955, a 67-year-old woman named Emma Gatewood hiked more than 2,000 miles with a homemade knapsack, a blanket, a shower curtain and…
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District Fray Magazine: The Path to Land Justice

From District Fray Magazine’s July issue by Lani Furbank. “Only 1.4 percent of farmers in America today – about 48,000 – are Black, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Compared to the historical peak in 1920 when there were more than 925,000 Black farms, the current…
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District Fray Magazine: The Culture of Style

From District Fray Magazine’s July issue by Lani Furbank. “While these 20 individuals could rock any runway, their style is about more than their threads. We’ve chosen our visionaries because they are the pulse of the city – creating art, growing businesses and building…
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District Fray Magazine: Clean Greener

Clean Greener: A Waste Audit for Your Cleaning Routine From District Fray Magazine’s June issue by Lani Furbank. “I’ve always considered myself to be an extremely clean person. Then Covid-19 arrived and my obsession went off the charts. I expect many of you can…
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District Fray Magazine: Shucking Delicious

From District Fray Magazine’s June issue by Lani Furbank. “Cope with the meat shortage. Boost your immune system. Reduce your carbon footprint. Support small local businesses. Can you name one thing you can do right now to accomplish all four of these admirable…
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District Fray Magazine: Connect the Dots

From District Fray Magazine’s June issue by Lani Furbank. “Repairing Broken Links in the Regional Food Supply Chain Our food system today is a textbook paradox. We see thousands of gallons of milk dumped away, tons of produce left to…
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