Even to a nonfoodie like me, Ed Bruske's 10 simple lessons make a lot of sense.
We grow many things in Los Angeles; desert agaves, tropical kiwis, tomatoes in November, carrots in January. We like to think we can grow...
My family stopped long-distance gift-giving long ago, so holiday shopping for me could’t be easier – what does Susan want? So last week I...
The assault on wild places continues. As I wrote about here, two national monuments, both in Utah, are much closer to being (drastically) reduced...
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We are still working on learning how to grow our own food. It’s not as easy as it should be!
Gardening When It Counts and the Vegetable Grower’s Bible are two of the references that help with the learning curve.
Probably other readers have good reference resources. I’d like to know all of them as we can never know enough.
The “eat less” is interesting to me in concept as you can make the argument if you are REALLY committed to being totally green, that if you are above the average height or weight than you are consuming more calories and more than your fair-share of the Earth’s resources (more inches of cloth to clothe you, more water to bath you, breathing in more oxygen, etc.) It is a radical notion, but worth turning over in your head sometime.
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