Monthly Archives: May 2013

Nature brings me back to myself

I recently saw a picture of a peaceful nature scene with a man sitting in a fishing boat. Written above this scene were the words: “Nature: cheaper than therapy.”  While many of us do still need a human connection to

Nature brings me back to myself

I recently saw a picture of a peaceful nature scene with a man sitting in a fishing boat. Written above this scene were the words: “Nature: cheaper than therapy.”  While many of us do still need a human connection to

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When I checked up on my front garden this morning, I found that someone had lopped off the top stem of one of my baby rose bushes. It’s now a wimpy remnant of its former self. I at least hope it

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When I checked up on my front garden this morning, I found that someone had lopped off the top stem of one of my baby rose bushes. It’s now a wimpy remnant of its former self. I at least hope it

Permaculture principle 1: Observe and interact

Permaculture principles are a certain ways of thinking when developing a project or solving a problem, and they’re centered around three ethics: care for the earth, care for people, and fair share. I’ll be writing about these principles in upcoming posts,

Permaculture principle 1: Observe and interact

Permaculture principles are a certain ways of thinking when developing a project or solving a problem, and they’re centered around three ethics: care for the earth, care for people, and fair share. I’ll be writing about these principles in upcoming posts,