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Eric Garza resides in Vermont’s Champlain Valley and works in at the nexus of food and energy. He teaches classes and offers workshops and public lectures regionally, and studies the energy flow through small farms to help enhance farm viability.
Tags: industrial food system, public health
We will never approach resilience unless we wade into the vast pool of little-known and rarely used plants. This time of year, as many of you are buying seeds for the spring, consider devoting a piece of your land for experimenting with new crops and new varieties. Not all your experiments will work, but some might prove easier, healthier, more pest-resistant, tastier, or more suited to your particular patch of the landscape that what you are planting no
December 4, 2023
Here’s how I’d parse it: being a settler is going to be an increasingly common human experience in the future. Lasch teaches us useful things about the politics of settler livelihood-making, while Ghosh teaches us useful things about how settlers must avoid becoming settler-colonists.
November 20, 2023