Monthly Archives: July 2015

Meet the Hemptress

Originally published in Taos News Ruth Fahrbacht bought a hemp guitar strap from a vendor in Kit Carson Park back in 1997 and loved its durability and strength. “It was not like any other strap I had owned,” she said. … Continue reading

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Not just horsing around: the healing power of equines

Originally published in Taos News Photos taken from Equine Spirit Sanctuary’s website Horses and kids tend to do well together. Equine-assisted therapy produces exceptionally good results due to the social and responsive nature of the horses and the natural curiosity of … Continue reading

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Chef Dillon Tisdel: “food is the great connector”

Originally published in Taos News Photo taken from Chef Tisdel’s website  Chef Dillon Tisdel is a big advocate of plant-based food. Inspired by Ayurvedic teachings and macrobiotic philosophy (eating grains and local vegetables, and avoiding highly processed foods and most … Continue reading

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