Coffee is part of our day-to-day, but it doesn't consume us. Here's a few things to read and listen to. Check back regularly for new distractions.
When our founder lived in Haiti, he passed on the reins of a coffee farming project to a friend named Tate Watkins. Tate wrote a book about Haitian coffee and you can read about it here: Haitian Coffee Grows on Trees.
National Geographic: How can coffee plantations be more bird friendly
Reports on coffee:
Read about the findings in the first major study of climate change’s projected impacts on coffee, and the bees that help coffee to grow. UVM report
We love baseball and thought David Axelrod's interview with Theo Epstein was really interesting. Epstein was the General Manager of the Boston Red Sox when they won the World Series in 2004 for the first time in 87 years. He's currently the General Manager of the Chicago Cubs, who only had to wait 108 years to end their hex. To listen, click here: Axelrod - Epstein
The Global Economics of Coffee. To listen, click here: SCA Economics of Coffee
Here are some songs you might like: Bearings - Spotify