Posts Tagged ‘ coffee ’

‘Strange Brew’ in Earth Island Journal

Oct 4th, 2012 | By | Category: Featured Stories, Student Work, Top Story

The night of March 1, 2010 changed everything in Bududa, a district in the Arabica coffee-growing heartland of eastern Uganda. That night it rained for seven hours. As the water kept coming down, huge chunks of earth started caving in.



The Journey of Coffee: From seed to cup

Apr 14th, 2011 | By | Category: Top Story

Jerome Hubbard, second-year graduate student at UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, traveled to Uganda where much of the coffee consumed in America is grown. Coffee accounts for 64% of the Uganda’s export revenues, according to the Ugandan Coffee research Centre. Click to his website to see his journey that will make you think about […]



At Café Sidamo, Ethiopian tradition serves up fresh cup every time

Oct 26th, 2009 | By | Category: Student Work

By MADELEINE BAIR
A coffee shop owner brings Ethiopia’s tradition of preparing coffee–a slow, deliberate process–to Oakland.