Food for thought courtesy of Dustin Bajer, recipient of Edmonton’s first Permaculture award. Visit his website for much more inspiration and insight. The Dark Side of Decorative Tree Lighting Edmonton has embraced year-round decorative tree lighting, and it’s hard not to love it! An Edmonton Journal article from 2015 (Tiny white lights to… [Read More]
Details: Date: July 24 to 28, 2017 Location: Waldorf Independent School of Edmonton WISE (7211 – 96A Avenue, Edmonton Alberta) Time: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Before and After camp care is available from 8:00 to 9:00 am and 4:00 to 5:00 pm Age Group: 8 to 11 Lunch & Snacks: Children bring their own… [Read More]
Join us April 22 at the Edmonton Resilience Festival for a fun-filled day of learning, community and celebration!
Sheet Mulching: Sheet mulching is a great way to build your soil! You can sheet mulch right over grass, weeds or to improve poor soil. We recommend sheet mulching over the use of a rototiller anytime. The best time of year to mulch is late in the fall or early spring but really, sheet mulching can be applied… [Read More]
The pace and style of life here in Cuba is beginning to grow on me as I move to the rhythms of the small and dense city of Santiago de Cuba. The hot and bright mornings are early and invite me to rooftop yoga to greet the sun. The afternoons bring sweltering heat and the opportunity to explore the city’s many beautiful streets, always hustling with food vendors, uniformed school children of all ages, folks selling sunglasses and others clinking cans of fresh-toasted peanuts or ambivalently holding out cigarettes for passersby at a peso.