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Conversations at Origin

Conversations at Origin

by Amanda Eastwood, Origin Specialist Over the course of the first few weeks of summer, a small group of the THRIVE origin team, including myself, had the opportunity to spend intentional time with several coffee farmers across three different countries. Some of these...
The Oxcart – a symbol of pride

The Oxcart – a symbol of pride

Originally pulled by men, not oxen, oxcarts (known as carretas) were a tool used early in the coffee trade of Costa Rica. It wasn’t until the loads grew too heavy for human strength that the oxen were used to move coffee. Combining the Aztec disc and the spoked...
Hands – a primary tool on a coffee farm

Hands – a primary tool on a coffee farm

They lend us a tangible way of sensing, grasping, even manipulating the world around us. With them, we express ourselves, we turn the depths of our imaginations into a visible, physical reality — we lift, we chop, we eat and feed, we clear the way. With these strong,...