Democrats campaigned on the issue of criminal justice reform last year. But advocates say when they took power in the House and Senate, a lot of reform still got left behind.

Eric P. Burkhart

Harvesting wild food from the forest goes back to the beginning of civilization. But recently, interest in edible and medicinal wild plants has been growing. There’s a movement underway in Appalachia, to create a supply chain of reliably sourced wild plants, for health, well-being and a good living for people doing something called “Forest Farming.”

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The largest crowd yet showed up for the fifth night of protests in Richmond. Even though an 8 p.m. curfew was still in effect they peacefully marched through the city into the early hours of the morning. 

And, for the first time, they were also joined by politicians -- including the Lieutenant Governor, several state lawmakers, and Richmond’s Mayor. 

Governor Ralph Northam made his first in-person appearance Tuesday since demonstrations against police use of force began last week.