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These Beans Could Save the World http://ow.ly/2WYVyp
It could, very literally, save humanity.
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Help support @Heritage_Radio - the most progressive voice for #food and culture radio in America http://ow.ly/Ljj63
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Running a Small Scale Dairy Farm via @cookingupastory http://ow.ly/Ljl2M
Gianaclis Caldwell, cheesemaker and author of The Small Scale Dairy and Mastering Artisan Cheesemaking talks about running a small scale dairy farm and how she became a cheesemaker.
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It’s Time to Get Serious About Systemic Solutions to Systemic Problems http://www.resilience.org/stories/2015-04-03/it-s-time-to-get-serious-about-systemic-solutions-to-systemic-problems via @buildresilience @GarAlperovitz
<p>It is time to begin a real conversation — locally, nationally and at all levels — about what a genuine alternative beyond corporate capitalism and state socialism would look like, and how we would build it.</p>
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Allan Savory delivers keynote at Permaculture Voices 2: http://disq.us/8msqxt
On a sunny Southern California day in March, Allan Savory arrived in San Diego to speak at Permaculture Voices 2 (PV2). The location had moved closer the airport this year to accommodate people traveling to the event. Permaculture Voices, founded by Diego Footer, has in just two years become an ...
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Distribute the Surplus Tomato Seedlings http://ow.ly/2WYLFs
Spring tomato rituals and a discussion of good varieties for the Pacific Northwest garden.
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The Real Reason to Worry about GMOs http://ow.ly/2WYLFq
In a recent column, the New York Times' Mark Bittman makes an important point about the controversy around genetically modified foods. "[T]o date there's little credible evidence that any food grown with genetic engineering techniques is dangerous to human health," he writes. Yet the way the technology has been used—mainly, to engineer crops that can withstand herbicides—is deeply problematic, he argues.
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Social profit and how it can help society. Author David Grant explains on 4/13 in #BTV - https://www.facebook.com/events/867224456653389/ #VT #npvt
Join us for a reception and book talk with ISC board member David Grant! Co-sponsored by Chelsea Green Publishing, CommonGoodVT.org and Main Street Landing! FREE! (cash bar). Reception starts at 6:00 pm, with book talk at 7:30 pm in the Black Box Theatre.
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The 5 psychological barriers to #climate action http://boingboing.net/2015/04/03/the-5-psychological-barriers-t.html via @boingboing @estoknes #350 #nokxl #p2
What we think about when we try not to think about global warming, and what to do about it.
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Hey #gardeners - Join the “Eat-All Greens” #Garden Revolution http://shar.es/1gqTcp via @PeakMomentTV #greens #food
"I spent five minutes spreading the compost on the driveway, two minutes sprinkling the seed, and maybe five minutes to harvest the whole patch. And I had maybe twenty pounds of nutritious leafy gr...
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Depressed about #climate change? Good. Here's how to turn it into action: http://ow.ly/LfZwx #p2 #noKXL #350 #environment
Depressed about climate change? Good. Read this book on how to turn grief into action.
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The politics and practice of sustainability.
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Since 1984, Chelsea Green has been the publishing leader for books on the politics and practice of sustainable living. We are a founding member of the Green Press Initiative and have been printing books on recycled paper since 1985, when our first list of books appeared. We lead the industry both in terms of content—foundational books on renewable energy, green building, organic agriculture, eco-cuisine, and ethical business—and in terms of environmental practice, printing 95 percent of our books on recycled paper with a minimum 30 percent post-consumer waste and aiming for 100 percent whenever possible. This approach is a perfect example of what is called a ”triple bottom line“ practice, one that benefits people, planet, and profit, and the emerging new model for sustainable business in the 21st century