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SOS: Save our Seeds

Have you ever saved seeds, joined a local seed swap or contributed to a seed library?

SELC and Shareable Kickoff Campaign to Save Seed Sharing in the U.S.

The campaign is designed to educate people about seed sharing issues, support seed sharing communities, and reform overzealous seed laws.

Coexistence: The Power of the Flerd

The power of carbon + coexistence struck me while visiting a farm in New South Wales, Australia, a few years ago.

Finding McIntosh

Trees are one way of investing in the future, so lets make our great grandkids proud and leave them something positive to remember us by.

Bees Declared Extinct 30 Years Ago Take To Skies Again

A species of bee declared extinct in the UK almost 30 years ago is flying again – thanks in part to the efforts of farmers.

Recommended Reading for the UN International Year of Soils 2015

If you never thought 'dirt' could be interesting or ultra important, UNU's Robert Blasiak recommends a fascinating book demonstrating how soil management has impacted the rise and fall of civilizations.

Chalk Like an Egyptian

The authors ran their observations through a mathematical model and provided proof of an environmental maxim: a diverse ecological community is a strong ecological community.

The Original Geo-engineers

If we want to construct a healthy and resilient world for ourselves and our fellow creatures, we could do worse than look to the lowly beavers for hints on how it can be done.

Tips and Insights from Miracle Farms   

Recently Michelle, Rowan, Naomi and I embarked on a cross-country train trip to attend a family reunion in the eastern townships of Quebec. With a little extra time left over after the festivities, I decided to connect with Stefan Sobkowiak of Miracle Farms for a day, having come across …

The Bees' Needs

Burkle and many other ecologists have hypothesized that wild pollinators are key to speeding up the process by which burned forests bounce back from barrenness to fecundity.

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