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Yes. Food and energy movements tend to attract sanction and funding when white and upwardly mobile. Think musical chairs, with seat ASSIGNMENTS.
<p>Those proposing just sustainability argue that if sustainability only includes or is only for the benefit of privileged people, then logically we don’t have any hope of actually achieving it.</p>
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While citrus groves no longer dot the landscape, trees in backyards across Orange County still yield an abundance of produce that sadly often goes to waste. But thanks to the efforts of the Harvest…
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Harvest garlic scapes once they form their first loop for a more tender garlic scape. Choose a dry afternoon so the cut stems heal quickly.
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Photo: Alex Doukas “Cigarettes are good for you.” The tobacco industry successfully peddled this myth for decades. Today, nobody would believe them, and th
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The skillet dates from the nineteenth century and was my grandmother's.
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Most of the continental United States is facing elevated chances of well above average summer temperatures, according to the latest outlook from NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center.
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Retrofitting the suburbs - imagine an ordinary Australian suburban street full of houses, whose front and backyards are dripping with food, catching and storing all the water they need, and generating some of their own power.
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Technologies like driverless cars and smart heating systems could end up making cities dysfunctional according to Maarten Hajer, chief curator of the International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam 2016. Speaking at an opening event for the biennale, Hajer called for architects and designers to ...
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DoYū Risa Bear, poet and microfarmer. Soto Zen, she/her
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http://amazon.com/author/risabear
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Retiree, homesteader and writer; see https://sites.google.com/site/stonyrunpress/Home/risa-bear-curriculum-vitae
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Writing, editing, homesteading, permaculture
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  • Poet
    1975 - present
    http://collectedpoemsrisabear.blogspot.com/
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Is Sustainability only for the Privileged?
www.resilience.org

Those proposing just sustainability argue that if sustainability only includes or is only for the benefit of privileged people, then logical

Goose, duck, chicken. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
www.flickr.com

The skillet dates from the nineteenth century and was my grandmother's.

How to Harvest Garlic Scapes
growagoodlife.com

Harvest garlic scapes once they form their first loop for a more tender garlic scape. Choose a dry afternoon so the cut stems heal quickly.

she sells books
collectedpoemsrisabear.blogspot.com

s h e s e l l s b o o k s from nine to six. They are good books, well bound, well written, colorful to the eye, and children love them, but

Bolivia to Be Completely Food Independent in 2020 by Investing in Small ...
undergroundreporter.org

Bolivia will be completely food independent by 2020 just by investing in its small farmers -- and keeping an aim of sustainability.

What Small Farms Need to Compete With Corporate Food
www.yesmagazine.org

Most small farms have to follow the same rules as big corporate ones. In Maine, flexible food ordinances have increased the number of small

Tartine Bread turns into an American culinary movement
www.sfchronicle.com

For those of us who don’t live within a few blocks of 18th Street and Guerrero, buying a loaf of Tartine Bakery’s bread is nothing less than

The Environmental Cost Of Growing Food
www.npr.org

Economists are working on ways to put a price on the environmental damage of growing food. Take sugar: Half of what we eat comes from beets,

Germany Experiments With Ground-Based Traffic Lights for Distracted Phon...
www.citylab.com

The sidewalk signals warn smartphone users when they’re about to walk into the path of a train.

Mondragón’s cooperative model adapts to changing times
elpais.com

Two years on from the collapse of its white goods maker Fagor, the Basque group is looking to the future

How to stay safe from climate threats? Talk to the neighbours
news.trust.org

Communities around the world are getting together to build bridges, buy solar panels and install early warning systems

Stunning Photos Shatter The Stereotype Of What A Farmer Looks Like
www.huffingtonpost.com

“It wasn’t until I saw the absence of men that I challenged my own stereotypes."

Food System Resources - Food Policy News | Civil Eats
civileats.com

Click here to view a list of organizational and media resources in sustainable food and agriculture. Civil Eats brings you food sustainabili

Women in Food: Karen Washington Forges Path for Black Farmers
seedstock.com

Faced with an empty lot in the Bronx, NY, Karen Washington decided to start growing. “I had no knowledge. I took some seeds and put them in

Lisa Song on Twitter: "How big oil funds climate obstruction: API likes ...
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How big oil funds climate obstruction: API likes PR, Exxon likes all-of-the-above approach http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-04-07

Books and Resources | Hesperian Health Guides
hesperian.org

While we encourage other organizations to use our online resources, in order to prevent out-of-date or altered editions of our publications

Growing Pains: 5 Challenges Facing Urban Agriculture (And How to Overcom...
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Urban populations are growing rapidly, and so is the popularity of urban agriculture with city dwellers, chefs, and policymakers. As more pe