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A DIY Tree Grafting Handout

I am pretty excited to be sharing some awesome homesteading skills with people who want to learn how to graft trees!

With Too Much of a Good Thing, Europe Tackles Excess Nitrogen

In Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark and other countries, European governments are beginning to push farmers, industry, and municipalities to cut back on …

Why We Need Local Food Systems and How to Get Them

The globalisation of food production has led to an industrial monopoly within the agricultural sector.

Don't Go With the Flow, Go With the Wax

It's time we stop perpetuating the status quo of unhealthy, mechanistic beekeeping that the new Flow™ hive continues, and move towards more holistic …

Making Every Drop Count

Last week, Governor Jerry Brown issued an executive order requiring urban centers to reduce their water consumption by 25%.

The Ground Rules

Meet “renegade researcher” Nancy Klehm. She’s on a mission to transform our thinking about waste—and to transform our waste into …

How to Host a Seed Swap

Seed swaps are great ways to learn about local seeds, build community around seed sharing, and show support for the Save Seed Sharing movement.

Slow Money: Food  

Extraenvironmentalist #85 focuses on the topic of GMOs in the second of our three part series from the 2014 Slow Money Gathering.

The Collapse phenomenon

Michael Ruppert's last book, first starring film role and ascendancy to the national stage in 2009

DIY Sweet Potato Slips

More than any one project, my biggest teacher in this time has been failure...Failure as inspiration.

The Silver Lining in the California Drought

Some will say it’s too difficult to up-end long-held water habits, practices and entitlements. But those difficulties are certain to pale next to …
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