Monthly Archives: August 2011

Hiatus

Blog is on hiatus until September 3. -KW Advertisements

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Sharon Astyk at Casaubon's Book

On Settling Down: Much of what I write about in terms of Adaptation, particularly for people living in densely populated areas, but really for all of us, involves enlisting the people around you. This is an enormously difficult job for … Continue reading

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Erik Curren at TransitionVoice

If You’re Not Overwhelmed, Something’s Wrong With You: It’s not that people don’t know or don’t care. It’s that they are in denial — they just don’t want to face it. The problem of melting ice caps, oil wars and … Continue reading

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E-Interview with Tim Robinson – Farmers Markets in the Centre Region

Tim Robinson recently sent along a link to this New York Times article: As Farmers’ Markets Go Mainstream, Some Fear a Glut  I wrote back to ask for his thoughts on the piece – interview below. Reader thoughts welcome, as … Continue reading

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Resilience-Building Roundup – August 17, 2011

Seed Saving Tips – Link from PASA: Article by John W. Jett of West Virginia University. Update Aug. 18 – EVENT CANCELLED (due to early arrival of Grandma Way’s newest grand-baby) – Canning Demonstrations at Way Fruit Farm in Port Matilda: … Continue reading

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NSAC Roundup

    RECENT ACTION NSAC Opposes National Leafy Green Marketing Agreement Standing up for the Local Food Economy
…The Farm Credit Administration’s (FCA) proposal would require Farm Credit System (FCS) lending institutions to be more responsive to the credit needs of … Continue reading

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Communicating the Financial Crisis in 7 Easy Steps

Excellent piece by Naresh Giangrande at Transition Norwich.  

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