What’s been going on behind the scenes, and what is anticipated for the future.
In addition to making minor changes and updates on many individual posts, I have recently updated and overhauled several important pages here at Coffee & Conservation. Quick Guide to Coffee […]
A new course, Agriculture & Wildlife Conservation: Coffee Agroforestry, is being offered at the Earth Institute Center for Environmental Sustainability (EICES) at Columbia University in New York City. I was really […]
Annual recap of how much I spend on coffee in a year, and other details of my year in beans.Revised on August 20, 2015
I’ve recently done some tweaks and improvements of the foundation and background information on the site: I’ve updated some of the important primary background posts: What is shade-grown coffee?, The […]
Busting the myth of the high cost of great coffee: I spend well under $1 a cup, including shipping, for high-quality, sustainable beans.Revised on August 20, 2015
The most popular posts of 2011, the most popular posts actually written in 2011, and the top posts I hope people read in 2011.
Updates to market shares of eco-friendly coffee, recommended roasters, research, and Fair Trade news.
Here’s a quick guide for new readers who want to explore the basics of shade-grown, sustainably-grown coffee.Revised on October 9, 2016
I’ve updated a couple of important resources. First, you can download a copy of “The ecological benefits of shade-grown coffee: the case for going Bird-Friendly,” a report by Robert Rice […]
Brief update on the web site move and NPR piece.Revised on March 23, 2014
The highly-caffeinated main tasting panel at Coffee & Conservation wishes you a happy holiday and many excellent, sustainable coffees in the New Year! Standing are Mike, my better half Darrin, and Rick; yours truly is seated with our newest regular…Revised on October 27, 2010
I’m not much on awards personally, but I was pleased to find out that Coffee & Conservation is one of ten finalists for Best Food Blog, out of dozens of nominees, in the 2008 Weblog Awards. Every vote for Coffee…Revised on December 11, 2015
Darren Rowse ran an experiment on his site, ProBlogger, inviting folks to promote their blogs in 140 characters or less. Of 1400 responses, Coffee & Conservation’s pitch was on top of the list.Revised on November 16, 2010
Dave’s Garden is an enormous web site that covers every issue of interest to gardeners. The site just had a feature article on shade coffee by Marna Towne. Marna hits all the high points to introduce DG users to this…Revised on November 2, 2010