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Eating with the Seasons

Finding Local Food in San Francisco My book club just finished Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver, one of my favorite authors. The book is about her family’s journey into local foods – either grown by them or grown in … Continue reading

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So, what is permaculture anyway?

I took an urban gardening class today through the Solar Living Institute based on permaculture concepts. It was very interesting and inspiring. After a day of information intake, I’m usually overwhelmed, but today I’m not. I’m excited about all that … Continue reading

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What’s your PSP?

Blue. Sky. Water. Wal-mart… A few years ago, Adam Werbach (see previous post) began working with Wal-Mart. Some said that Wal-mart had coaxed him over to the dark side of the force. But who better to help one of the … Continue reading

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BLUE

AKA The Evolution of an Environmentalist – Part 3 continued from “The Evolution of an Environmentalist – Part 2″ To understand what the BLUE movement is, we need to understand what it grows out of – dead environmentalism. Environmentalism is … Continue reading

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The evolution of an “Environmentalist” – Part 2

Continued from Part 1… So, as I declared my major in Environmental Economics, I became a Consumer Activist, even though I had no more money than every other starving college student. What this meant was that I started shopping at … Continue reading

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