Would it bug you to find a cricket in your cookie or an ant in your omelette? On the menu around the world, insects are a cheap and plentiful protein source that's catching on with foodies in the United States. You can read about this creeping trend in the fall issue of Heifer's World Ark magazine, which you can find either in your mailbox or right here.

The issue also features a look at a Heifer project in Cambodia, where landmine victims are putting an end to the stigma of disability while dissolving old animosities and building a secure future for themselves and their families.

Longtime Heifer leader Jo Luck bids farewell after 22 years of service, and philanthropist-blogger Betty Londergan tells what it's like to give away $100 every day for a year. It's all in the new issue.

Give it a read and let us know what you think!

Author

Austin Bailey

Austin Bailey is a writer and editor for Heifer's World Ark magazine.