Monthly Archives: May 2013

Tara in All Women

I saw an amazing expression of female archetypal strength at Prescott College during a graduation celebration for a handful of my friends receiving their PhDs. The whole-school graduation (all degrees) took place at the end of Prescott College’s annual sustainability … Continue reading

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High Desert Habitat Restoration

I’m thinking about doing some more intensive habitat restoration right here at RSF. There are native plants that grow within a mile or two of here on undeveloped land. Harvesting some seeds is probably fine to do, if the land … Continue reading

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The Ecological Benefits of Agroecology by UC Berkeley Professor Miguel Altieri | Food First/Institute for Food and Development Policy

The Ecological Benefits of Agroecology by UC Berkeley Professor Miguel Altieri | Food First/Institute for Food and Development Policy. Agroecology — I’m grateful for Miguel Altieri. He is one of the main academic voices for agroecology but he has a … Continue reading

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