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The belief in separation forms the core of our current crises—humans from nature, spirit from matter, mind from body—the false divisions are legion. Cultures of separation shred ecosystems even as they disintegrate our sense of self. Yet the...

Pruning is one of the most confusing tasks in gardening—it can confound new and experienced gardeners alike.

Unravel the mysteries of pruning with Lee Reich, a self-described farmdener (more than a gardener, less than a farmer), whose...

Fungi play a critical role in healthy forest ecosystems. Their ability to rapidly adapt to their surroundings and digest a range of materials, coupled with the potent compounds they create, means they can be used for everything from cleaning up...

There are so many misconceptions about home canning and preserving these days. It’s hard. It’s expensive. It requires a ton of sugar. You need a lot of specialized equipment. But the truth is, there’s nothing more empowering that you can do in...

Is there anything more important to health and survival than what you eat? In a world plagued by social ills, disease, and hunger, we all can play a role in transforming our lives and communities toward greater health and abundance with fresh,...

Visit a Winter Farmers Market 

The number of winter farmers markets is growing. The Farmer's Market Coalition reports that 15% of all markets...

Solving today’s challenges requires ecological literacy—an understanding of the patterns and principles that underlie all living systems. Using the framework of regenerative design—a whole system, place-based approach to problem solving that...

To help solve problems unique to the 21st century, the next generation of kids requires an education that reflects a modern sensibility. Embedding sustainability into the curriculum and culture of a school can inspire kids to think about the...

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