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The Preserve Journal #9

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The Preserve Journal presents you with a broad range of perspectives from an ever-growing group of global authors and contributors, each of them with a wealth of knowledge, rich experiences, and insights to share.

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The Preserve Journal presents you with a broad range of perspectives from an ever-growing group of global authors and contributors, each of them with a wealth of knowledge, rich experiences, and insights to share.

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Contents — Issue no 9
• Reflections from a Cherished Guest: Storytelling as soft activism Words by Mathilde Morin
• Fieldnotes from The Preserve Journal office: On How to Relate to Landscapes Words by Michelle S. Sørensen
• Pastry (and so much more) in San Cristobal, Galapagos Words and illustrations by Marie Kerkeling ⁠ • The Gift: Collaboration, reciprocity and seed activism Words by Rachel Maria Taylor, photography by Jody Daunton
⁠ • Choices, Compromises, and Counter-culturalists: Ideals and Practice in the Back-to-the-land Movement in the US, 1965-1975 Words by Ailish Lalor, illustrations by Anna Lorenz
⁠ • Return to Ritual: A call for a radical shift in the way we perceive time Words by Will Dorman, illustration by Regina Idiartegaray
⁠ • A Bite Sized Guide to Queering Consumption Words and photography by Barney Pau
⁠ • Seaweed from Brittany, France: an interview with Tiphaine Perron Words and photography by Elodie Villalon
⁠ • Looking back, looking forward: Chef Nak’s quest to save and share Cambodia’s cooking Words by Kristofer Phan Coffman, artwork by Marta Claret
⁠ • Fermented foods: A (still) invisible microbial revolution Words by José Guilherme Prado Martin, illustrations by Anna Lorenz
⁠ • In conversation with Merlin Labron-Johnson from Osip Restaurant, Somerset UK Interview by The Preserve Journal team, photography by Maureen Evans
• The Missing Link: Can Animal husbandry and meat consumption contribute to climate mitigation and land regeneration? Words by Jesse Buratti-Donham, illustrations by Nanni Gabrielle
⁠ • A Plate of One's Own Words and photography by April Rose Jackson
• Is this burek? Words by Marianne Camille Srebrenka Cvitković, illustrations by Tessa Curran

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