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US, Paris Agreement and Fair Allocation of Resources - Guest Post, Heather O'Sullivan

by: EJ on 06/02/2017
Posted in: Guest Posts

Heather Sullivan, E Book Manager,  at New Society Publishers, wrote this guest blog for us today. 

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Turn the Most Stubborn Green-y Grumbler into a Kaleaholic

by: EJ on 05/25/2017

Jenni Blackmore's new book, The Food Lover's Garden: Growing, Cooking, and Eating Well is just off press and Jenni shares her thoughts with us from her wild east coast homestead on a rainy spring day.

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How to Make a Liquid Fertilizer Using Comfrey

by: Sara on 05/16/2017

I have a comfrey plant that comes back stronger and bigger every year. The bees love it and I always have more than I can use. I used to think its growth might have something to do with the forgotten jack-o-lantern left to compost on its place in the garden,  but according to Darrell Frey and Michelle Czolba's new book, The Food Forest Handbook: …

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Adventures in Mediterranean Permaculture: The Story of an Olive Groves Understory

by: Sara on 05/08/2017

Today's post is from Darrell Frey, author of The Biohselter Market Garden: A Permaculture Farm and co-author with Michelle Czolba of the long awaited The Food Forest Handbook: Design and Manage a Home-Scale Perennial Polyculture Garden.

In a previous post Darrell shared his experiences at Suryalila Yoga Retreat Center where he and his partner were …

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Ethical Investing for All

by: Sara on 04/12/2017

Today's blog post is from Joel Solomon, the author The Clean Money Revolution: Reinventing Power, Purpose, and Capitalism with Tyee Bridge.

In the book Joel speaks to the largest intergenerational wealth transfer in history, $50 trillion will change hands from boomer to millennials in North America alone by 2050, and how this massive global shift …

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