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Keepers of the Coast -Trailer via Warrior Publications

by Aaron Heidt, Vimeo, June 2016

Keepers of the Coast takes a close look at how the Kitasoo/Xai’Xais, Heiltsuk, Nuxalk, and Wuikinuxv Nations are stewarding our marine territories. 111 more words


Nomads of the Rainforest

NOVA visits the Waorani Indians of Eastern Ecuador less than 30 years after their first contact with Western civilization. Left largely undisturbed because of their traditional hostility toward outsiders, a few families remain deep in the rainforest hunting game with blowguns and spears. 18 more words

Natural Life


Am pleased to be tweeting on behalf of @SmallholdersUK all week.

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Small Holding

On Mountain Men

Mountain man is a term that a friend uses to describe any of our male friends who grow scraggly beards and look disheveled (i.e “You’re rockin the mountain man look today”). 945 more words

God-Reliance vs Self-Reliance

“Self-reliance” has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it? The term evokes a range of images in people: the prepper capable of surviving 30 years after societal meltdown, back-to-the-land hippies, or the pioneer living in a sod house in the 1800s. 835 more words



you were there gathering sticks
in the twilight hours
hoping to get back to something that resembled

and we would sit in the silence… 45 more words


Homemade Maple Syrup

In late winter, 2011, we attended a small festival called Maple Syrup Time at a little park in Lake County in northwest Indiana. We were living in Crown Point at the time and emerging from a long winter in our tiny apartment. 1,011 more words