““The cure for Ebola is probably in this room.” A long and readable piece about rare plants featuring a charismatic Spanish horticultural scientist and so much more. Why would someone steal […]
Not really. This made me think a little about the psychological, cultural, and practical links between money and food. What 2,000 Calories Looks Like – NYTimes.com.
This is what I am using to guide my first kombucha. I am using a SCOBY that is at least 3 months old and has been sitting in a ziplock […]
The activity, discipline, and instinct called “tracking” links passive observation and empathetic transformation. I don’t do it very well at all out in nature but I imagine and hope that […]
This series is super watchable, assuming you have an hour and a half to spare and you remember to skip the first 7 minutes or so of many films if they include class […]
This just seems like such a squared-away and well put together site. I wonder if my permaculture plan would be a lot farther along if I were a better artist. […]
This site is perfect in so many ways – smart, beautiful, relevant. It hit me like a lightening bolt. Women Farmers Practicing Regenerative Agriculture – Home.
I don’t even know what a nightjar is, but I think I got better at spotting them over time. I was a monkey. I wonder if I would be a […]
When entering or leaving the Zendo, one steps through the door leading with the foot closest to to door hinge. Why? Well, you have to do it somehow, says the […]
This is a neato resource with an interactive component that lets you improve the quality of the searches. I had fun searching for mentions of Fort Bidwell and I was […]