The Climate Science Alliance collaborated with Edible San Diego for their Spring 2022 Special Issue, exploring how the land in our region and the food we eat are changing as the climate of our planet changes—offering stories, evidence in practice, and everyday actions about living more in balance with nature. Check it out today!
The Climate Science Alliance team collaborated with Edible San Diego on their Spring 2022 issue, entitled “Full Circle”. The special feature issue explores how the land in our region and the food we eat are changing as the climate of our planet changes—offering stories, evidence in practice, and everyday actions about living more in balance with nature. The issue also focuses on the leadership role Indigneous communities play in stewarding the land past, present, and future.
The making of this special issue was a truly collaborative effort between the Edible San Diego team, valued friends and partners of the Climate Science Alliance, and multiple members of the Alliance team.
Pages 6-8: Climate Connections: From the Land to Our Plates By Diane Terry, Climate Science Alliance
Pages 14-15: Perspectives on Land and Food From the People Who Have Been Here the Longest By Althea Walker, Climate Science Alliance
Pages 16-18: Plants Native to Our Region Reveal Deep Connections Featuring Richard Bugbee, Payoomkawichum (Juaneño/Luiseño), Climate Science Alliance Advisor
Page 20: Indigenous Regeneration Featuring Lacey Cannon
Page 21: Pauma Tribal Farms Featuring Temet Aguilar, Tribal Chairman, Pauma Band of Luiseño Indians
Page 22: TEK on Wildfire Featuring Will Madrigal Jr., Climate Science Alliance
Pages 33-32: Recipes from the Climate Science Alliance’s Resilient Roots Cookbook
The Alliance would like to thank our friends and partners for sharing their stories and knowledges. Special thanks to the Edible San Diego team and Katie Stokes, Publisher and Editor in Chief, for your partnership and commitment to sharing the stories in this important and timely issue.