Our listing of previous Newsletters:
Crowdfunding Success and Gratitude Video, Farewell to MESA's 2014 Food and Farming Stewards, Multigenerational Collaboration via SPRIGS, Winter in Peru: Urban Food Justice and Resilient Rural Farming, Twins Double the Impact on Schools, Farms & Families at Home in Nicaragua, Sanjana Silva: Growing Biodiversity in Sri Lanka, Occupy the Farm Film Premiers in 20 Cities around the US, Sign the Petition!, GMO Moratorium Bill Passes in Maui, National Food Policy Petition
Spotlight on MESA's Forging Farmer Steward Alumn Hemantha from Sri Lanka, MESA-Thailand Steward Josh, MESA-Peru Summer program, A Night to Remember, Cultural Cuisine 2013 at the San Francisco Ferry Building, MESA in the Women, Food and Ag Network, CUESA Features MESA, Stop Dow's new GE seeds, California Drought History, Overview on the New Farm Bill and Thanks to our generous 2013 Exit Seminar donors
Highlighting Summer 2013 Peru Program and Alumni Projects, Orientation 2013, Riverdance Farm's Annual "Pick and Gather", Isabel's Food Justice Community Garden, EU Passes Restriction on all Bee-Harmful Pesticides, Democracy Schools in Your Community, and a BIG Thank You to generous Orientation Donors.
Featuring MESA's cooperation with The Natural Grocery Company, SPRIG: Solar Energy & Upcycled Barn, Agroecology Training in Thailand, Stop the Secret Farm Bill, La Via Campesina Anniversary and thank you to our Exit Seminar 2012 Sponsors and in-kind donors.
Featuring the Crown S Ranch host family visit to Peru, Steward Alumnus Ana Huamani Linking Women Farmers in Mala, the 2012 Orientation and plans for a 3-month Certificate of International Training in Agroecology (CITA) Program in Thailand.
Featured Host: Foxtail Farm, Alumni Ruben Quispe Huaman in Action with the Andean Alliance for Sustainable Development, 1% For the Planet, SPRIG 2nd Season, Agroforestry workshop in Thailand, Alex Pastor Terrones blogs on Hurricane Irene and GM Corn Fails to Compete.
Featuring the Successful Peru Program, and with links to articles on a new Certificate Program (CITA), a memorial project - Stand for Sam, Oven Building with Urban Adamah, the 2011 Orientation, a blog post from Julio 'Yaku' Yuquilema, Terra Bella Farm, Mark Cain of Dripping Springs, Resources for Farmers, and Marketing Tip links.
Featuring both Diana Loachamin's photography, and a visit Lowell Reinheimer, a former MESA Host, took to visit his former Stewards. It also includes links to articles that introduce the SPRIG Grants Program, new Global Partners, the Exit Seminar, FDA legislation, and Strawberries and Methyl Iodide.
Featuring the Connundrum around the legalities of farming internships, this EcoExchange also has articles on Soil Born Farms in Sacramento, an alumni reunion in Ecuador, an Academic Study of MESA, a Steward Blog from José Ccalla, Strategies for weed control, and the growing trend of schoolyard gardens.