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Into the Woods? Or, Is Data Enough?

The environmental preservation of the ecumene has received unexpected help from a map of worldwide forest degradation:  at an amazingly high resolution of thirty yards, the fragmentary state of forest cover and forested lands are depicted in immediate detail in the remotely-sensed records of global forests that introduces a new standard for the measurement of the inhabited world, or… 12,247 more words

Benjamin Hennig

Transforming our local community

Like all great adventures, this event started with an idea. As the saying goes ‘change begins at home’. With that notion steeped well into our core, we began our journey to plan this event in Harfield Village, where Project 90 is based. 214 more words

Project 90

A Sacred Act

“Healing the wounds of the earth and its people does not require saintliness or a political party, only gumption and persistence. it is not a liberal or a conservative activity; it is a sacred act.

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Sustainability

Reconnecting

Today I enjoyed time with two friends in two separate food-related endeavors. One of them crazy enough to get up early and go questing for a supposedly killer purslane haul. 156 more words

Resilience

Good to Grow

Guest post by Luke Taylor, who started a business called Good to Grow with his wife, Emily

Based out of Irvington, on the east side of Indianapolis, … 422 more words

Resilience

Celebrating International Permaculture Day

Today is International Permaculture Day. Guest blogger Thomas Tlusty wrote the following piece exploring his connection to Permaculture, and its power.

Guest Post by Thomas Tlusty, founding partner of… 551 more words

Resilience

Stop Collaborating

“People ought to support mitigation and adaptation within their own line of work…If you’re a butcher, baker, ballerina, banker, or a plumber, envision yourself as the post-fossil-fuel version of yourself, and get right after it. 38 more words

Resilience