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The healing power of plants has been well-known throughout history. But in our current consumer climate, we’ve started to lose the connection between humans and plants. Modern-day herbalists are here to change all that, handcrafting plant-based tonics to heal and connect with the planet. Today’s guest is Corey MacDonald, an herbalist and the owner of Red Root & Co., a business that sells handcrafted, plant-based tonics, beverages, and herbal preparations made from high quality, local, organic, and fair-trade ingredients. If you’ve ever seen the Red Root & Co.
Food and Wine, November 20, 2020
After nearly fifteen years running the city’s best modern operation, Tanya Cauthen (CRC Board Member) still catches the odd first-timer searching in vain for the archetypal burly male butcher in charge. Once they get over their preconceived notions, they’ll find that this woman-led shop—more gourmet mini-grocers than standard meat market—is a trusted friend in any quest to upgrade the home cooking experience.
Virginia’s farmers’ markets are open and ready for business.
by Margaret Wadsworth, Virginia Living
June 11, 2020
Local farmers feel the impact of COVID-19 as they work to adapt to restaurant and market closures
by Stephanie Ganz, Richmond Magazine
March 26, 2020