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Pedal-power and Precision Revolutionize Food Rescue in Boulder
By Abbie Stutzer, originally published by Seedstock
July 26, 2016
Tags: building resilient food systems, food justice, food waste
Our Times Call for Managing Complexities, Not Solving Problems
By April M. Short, Resilience.org
How Paicines Ranch in California works to bring business and investment up to date with our times and closer to nature—prioritizing ecosystem health, habitat, and the sequestration of carbon through soil practices.
May 26, 2023
Protecting New Mexico’s centuries-old water democracy
By Pamela Haines, Waging Nonviolence
With water becoming an ever more valuable and contested resource, we need to be crystal clear that it doesn’t belong in the private property system. It belongs in the commons.
May 26, 2023
The Transition care farm with room for all
By Chris McCartney, Transition Together
Today, Greenslate community-run farm is a hive of community activity, with hundreds of people visiting, volunteering and learning each month.
May 25, 2023
Uncivilising the Table
By Charlotte Du Cann, Charlotte Du Cann blog
This is a story about food and powerdown. It could seem like a personal story except that it is not: it is a social story about how everything changes when you break the illusions your civilisation is wrapped in.
May 24, 2023