Contributed by John Freebury Too often I am so preoccupied with crossing the river that I never think to examine the stones which make the crossing possible. What rubies, opals, diamonds, and sapphires. Do you see them? Last week I was at a dinner party and began a conversation with one of the Resilience Festival […]
Food Security & Permaculture
We Have The Tools Food & Permaculture By David Blume I wrote this in response to a post in the bioregional listserve from a woman at ATTRA who said something like “Of course you couldn’t feed the world with such a hippy-dippy, hunter-gatherer, landscape system like permaculture.” Well that got me a little steamed so […]
Death Grip. How Decorative Lighting Kills Trees.
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 […]