Tag Archives: unschooling

ideal world

In an ideal world I’d teach part time and also run this farm learning center, develop a native plant nursery, and expand the whole deal. In a more than ideal world, one of the colleges I’ve been working for would … Continue reading

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Midlife reflections and beyond

  “It felt like going on a journey without fully realising how long it would be, how far away it would lead me, or where I would finally end up.” ~Henri Nouwen Mid-life Reflections Part I Sometimes lately I find … Continue reading

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Courage

Even though nearly every educator that you may talk to, read, or hear knows that we continue to have a huge educational crisis in this country — things go on as they ever have.  Or at least as they ever … Continue reading

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Farm Art Blog: Parideaza Farm Art

Please check this out. Art and agriculture intersect in beautiful and innovative ways.

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backyard wildlife habitat

Thanks to Sandra Dodd, quite a bit of my older articles have been saved.  Thank you Sandra!  The next step was to dig out my old floppies (yeah, I’m THAT old!) and begin to update them.  It will now be … Continue reading

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Why agricultural literacy might be important to unschoolers

Food is essential to the human condition. Fiber and construction materials are important to humans. Agriculture has had both positive and negative effects on human societies and ecosystems. Agriculture has a long history. Agriculture has a long prehistory. Agriculture may … Continue reading

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It continues to amaze…

Even though nearly every educator that you may talk to, read, or hear knows that we continue to have a huge educational crisis in this country — things go on as they ever have.  Or at least as they ever … Continue reading

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