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In 2009 I was one of twelve women who travelled to Peru to hike the Ande’s, Machu Picchu and spend time in the Sacred Valley, which became a memorable and transformational trip. A few of the women, from Steamboat Springs Colorado, and I became fast friends. They were all horse women who invited me that next summer to spend time riding and hiking in the mountains of Colorado. We not only had fun, but I swept the barn, saddled & groomed the horses, herded cattle from range to range, cleaned, cooked, and answered calls coming into the 8,000-acre ranch where I stayed, which was a working organic, grass-fed cattle ranch. I loved it. I told them at the time that they should charge for the experience—they laughed. My trips to the ranch continued for 10 years, until Covid, and then we drifted apart.

In our Wellness Travel section featuring Farm Vacations, we discover how American Agritourism is growing. As concrete-weary urbanites seek a taste of country living and a way to support small-scale farms, agritourism is gaining popularity in the United States. Farm stays offer a variety of activities that connect agriculture with tourism, allowing guests to immerse themselves in farm life. From helping with farm chores to participating in structured classes on weaving, soap making, or beekeeping, there is something for everyone. Farm stays not only provide a way for city dwellers to reconnect with nature and agriculture but also serve as a platform for education. By bridging the urban-rural divide, these experiences foster a deeper appreciation for sustainable farming practices and the importance of food systems.

Green Living: A Look at Single-Use Plastics. In this article we explore the environmental challenges posed by single-use plastics. Despite being marketed as disposable these non-biodegradable items are clogging up landfills and polluting our waterways. Plastic pollution has also been linked to health problems in humans and wildlife. In the U.S., approximately 30% of garbage comes from single-use plastics. While some states and countries are taking action to ban or tax these products, others are protecting their continued use. It’s important for consumers to be aware of greenwashing and choose truly eco-friendly alternatives. By moving away from a throwaway mentality, we can make a difference and protect our planet.

I was at a legal office the other day and offered water in a plastic bottle—I had to decline. I never drink water from an unknown source—plastic water bottle. 

To conscious living,

Pamela Gallina, Publisher

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