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  • Stacia is a technical adviser to the Ministry of Education, working to sensitize both policymakers and citizens about the importance of using indigenous foods and permaculture to improve livelihoods and nutrition.

    Danielle Nierenberg: Don't Sweep Away Crop Diversity

  • She called Stacia, who she knew was already there.

    And So It Begins

  • Boutique knitwear company Stacia, which specializes in lightweight sweaters you can wear year-round, has launced a bungalow boutique just off Montana Avenue in Santa Monica.

    Style Section L.A.: Ready, Set, Shop: L.A.'s 5 Newest Fashion and Beauty Spots

  • If a customer can't find something, "she is probably going to walk," says Stacia Andersen, Target senior vice president of merchandising, following the consumer goods industry's habit of referring to all consumers as 'she' because women make the majority of purchases.

    A Season (or 13) for Shopping

  • Stacia Haley in Seattle worked all her life and raised a child as a single parent.

    Richard Trumka: Big Insurance, Pharma, Wall Street and John Boehner

  • Kristof and Stacia Nordin use their home in Lilongwe to demonstrate permaculture to local farmers by incorporating composting, water harvesting, intercropping and other methods that build organic matter in soils, conserve water, and protect agricultural diversity.

    Danielle Nierenberg: Don't Sweep Away Crop Diversity

  • Kelly knew about NaNoWriMo, cause Stacia had been doing it for years.

    And So It Begins

  • She knew this was going to be a horrible epic fail, but Stacia had given her the face, and pouted, and said they could help each other out, push each other to keep writing if they were both doing it.

    And So It Begins

  • She didn't have to be right on time to this thing, Stacia had said people come in and out at any time, but Kelly had never been one to be late to anything unless she let someone know, and it was extenuating circumstances though she pondered the fact that maybe "I got caught up working on my novel" was extenuating enough.

    And So It Begins

  • She had been talking with Stacia and mentioned she had always wanted to write a novel, explore the slashy fangirl in her.

    And So It Begins

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