About Rachel Cernasky
Rachel Cernasky is a freelance journalist who primarily covers the environment, social justice and nutrition. Her work has been published in The New York Times, National Geographic, Grist, The Christian Science Monitor, 5280 and others.
Articles written by Rachel Cernasky
Home to some of the oldest and largest craft breweries in the nation, as well as some of the newest and most innovative, the Front Range of Colorado has come to be known as the Napa Valley of beer. New breweries, brewpubs, and craft brewers open all the time to resounding success. It's such a strong market that microbreweries targeting the narrowest of niches, from heavy metal to strictly sour beers, are thriving. But opening a new craft brewing business, especially one dealing in alcohol, can …
Approximately one in eight workers in Colorado is an immigrant, constituting a vital part of the state’s economy and industry. A growing immigrant population in the state will mean an ever-widening range of legal needs for new residents related to immigration law, employment law, and civil rights. Insight 1: Avoid Notarios For starters, lawyers recommend avoiding so-called “notarios,” fraudulent legal consultants who claim to offer immigration-related legal services and advice to the …
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