How coffee plantations affect tropical bird biodiversity – National Geographic

Sipping a collective 400 million cups a day, most coffee-loving Americans are likely unaware of how their cherished brew impacts tropical bird populations in some of the world’s most critical biodiversity hotspots.Fortunately, University of Utah biologist Çağan Şekercioğlu and his team of researchers are on it.Their landmark 12-year study of 57,255 individually banded birds representing

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Boost Your At-Home Coffee Game With These Subscription Services – Forbes

The December Dripper will change how you brew coffee at home. So will these subscription services. Prima Coffee Whether you push buttons or spend five minutes as a pourover artisan, brewing your own coffee saves money. Nowadays, there are hundreds of subscriptions services available. Single roaster, multi-roasters, well-known brands, and options for even the pickiest

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FOODIE FILE: New healthy cafe promotes ‘mind, body and food’ – The West Volusia Beacon

A new healthy and eco-friendly cafe opened in DeLand March 25 at 589 E. International Speedway Blvd. The restaurant’s small spot adjacent to DeLand Boxing & Fitness was occupied until recently by Beeatroot juice company, which moved onto Artisan Alley in Downtown DeLand. DeLand Boxing owner Trevor Cedar offered the vacant space to husband and

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Comfort food at Mrs. Robinson’s Cafe – 1011now

If you are traveling through the community of Callaway in Custer County, you are in for a treat. In the town park, you can see the oldest courthouse in Custer County. And a visit to the Seven Valleys Museum is a must. But, that will make you hungry. To satisfy your appetite, you might consider

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2019 World Brewers Cup Runner-Up Discusses Competition In New Video Series

What does it take to reach the upper echelons of coffee competition? Really good coffee and lots of practice are probably two things we can all agree are required, but beyond that it’s a bit of a black box for those of us who only count ourselves as spectators. In a new video series, April

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