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The Story of a Snowflake

by: EJ on 12/05/2016

One of the greatest pleasures of winter in many parts of North America are the clear, cold skies.  Cold temperatures hold less water vapour, leaving the skies crystal clear for star gazing.  

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It's #GivingTuesday and we are supporting new farmers and you can too!

by: Sara on 11/29/2016
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Following on the heels of Black Friday and Cyber Monday we have finally …

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Vegan Bullying and the New World

by: Sara on 11/22/2016

Today's blog was originally posted on Meredith Leigh's website on November 14th.

We felt compelled to share this, as it is reflective of a very sensitive time in America, and of the importance of speaking up when one is "witness to ideological judgement and negative dogma".

Meredith Leigh, author of The Ethical Meat Handbook: Complete Home Butchery …

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Deconstructing Dinner Film Festival - An Afternoon of Growing Local

by: Sara on 11/07/2016

New Society Publishers is proud to be a sponsor of the 2016 Deconstructing Dinner Film Festival in Nelson, BC. Now entering its fourth year the fest features 12 films spread out over 5 days between October 26 and November 12. The Film Fest was created by Jon Steinman, the writer and host of the Deconstructing Dinner television/web series (2013- ) …

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9 Reasons Why You Should Start Mowing with a Scythe

by: Sara on 10/13/2016

When I heard we were going to be publishing a book about scything I was really excited. I love the idea of making old ideas new again and returning to a simpler time, as well as reflecting on how we use past technology in modern times ie. the noisy weed whacker!

But I got really excited when I read the Foreword by Kiko Denzer and he mentions using …

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