Join the Whole Earth Summit

Listening to the Whole Earth Summit and watering seedlings. There’s some symmetry to that.

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[FREE & ONLINE] – Why join? Though our hearts know another world is possible, it’s not necessarily easy to create the regenerative culture we dream of. Whether in our own backyards, communities at large [or even within ourselves], how do we actually create the world we want? Join this first time gathering of extraordinary change-makers and on-the-ground visionaries as they share what they’re up to, why it’s important, and what you can do about it in your own life. Gain valuable insights and inspiration to be more dynamic, community-oriented and effective on the ground, where you are. A whole earth is calling us…

• What if everything we did created a world that benefited all life?
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• How can you be a strong collaborator who connects the dots in your own community?
• How can your local projects ripple throughout the landscape and shake up the status quo?
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Let the wild fermentation rumpus begin! First sauerkraut attempt with the help of fetishist Sandor Ellix Katz, aka Sandorkraut. Here’s to the "birth of the good spirit" and being perfectly imperfect :-)

Let the wild fermentation rumpus begin! First sauerkraut attempt with the help of fetishist Sandor Ellix Katz, aka Sandorkraut. Here’s to the "birth of the good spirit" and being perfectly imperfect :-)

Fascinating: Forget The Fridge: Using Chemistry and Nature to Store Food

Slideshow from Fast Co.EXIST via thegreenurbanist and greensocietycampaign.

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In Taste, Memory (Chelsea Green Publishing, 2012), author David Buchanan unravels the stories of his personal journey with slightly obsessive gardeners, passionate cooks, environmentalists and food activists—all  leaders in the movement to defend agricultural biodiversity. Discover how his own growing project in Portland, Maine, works to explore the balance between heirloom varieties and a healthy food system by matching plant and animal biodiversity with the demands of the land and climate. The following excerpt on the importance of biodiversity among our heritage foods is taken from chapter 1, “Seeds of an Idea.” 

I want to read this. Good share for the fall harvest holiday.

utnereader:

In Taste, Memory (Chelsea Green Publishing, 2012), author David Buchanan unravels the stories of his personal journey with slightly obsessive gardeners, passionate cooks, environmentalists and food activists—all  leaders in the movement to defend agricultural biodiversity. Discover how his own growing project in Portland, Maine, works to explore the balance between heirloom varieties and a healthy food system by matching plant and animal biodiversity with the demands of the land and climate. The following excerpt on the importance of biodiversity among our heritage foods is taken from chapter 1, “Seeds of an Idea.” 

I want to read this. Good share for the fall harvest holiday.

Some of first CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) pick-up yesterday. There’s also red chard, Mei Quin choy, big fat carrots, and dark purple Autumn Royal grapes. At least a week’s worth of fresh organic produce from small California family farms in our local region, for the cost of one restaurant meal out. Buy local; buy healthy!

Some of first CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) pick-up yesterday. There’s also red chard, Mei Quin choy, big fat carrots, and dark purple Autumn Royal grapes. At least a week’s worth of fresh organic produce from small California family farms in our local region, for the cost of one restaurant meal out. Buy local; buy healthy!

Yes, sharing a pic of my nommy healthy lunch featuring Mike’s awesome homemade hummus. (Taken with Instagram)

Yes, sharing a pic of my nommy healthy lunch featuring Mike’s awesome homemade hummus. (Taken with Instagram)

Written and curated by Denise Aday.