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SOME people would just as soon ignore the culinary potential of the Carolina flying squirrel or the Waldoboro green neck rutabaga. To them, the creamy Hutterite soup bean is too obscure and the Tennessee fainting goat, which keels over when startled, sounds more like a sideshow act than the centerpiece of a barbecue. Multimedia Interactive Map Disappearing Foods: Encouraging a Comeback Related...
Things We’re Denying Ourselves by The Writers -... →
Someday they’ll make separate menus for all the things we deny ourselves. Not just carbohydrates or whatever the South Beach diet bans, but substitutes for coffee, cigarettes, meat on Fridays, fish on Mondays, and expensive shoes. If it’s not a diet, it’s a phone call, a new laptop, a real relationship: We’re constantly denying ourselves one thing or another in the pursuit of health, beauty, or—in...
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The secret life of guerrilla gardeners |... →
Around the world, a shadowy army of plant lovers is on a mission: to make their dull, grey neighbourhoods more beautiful places to live. Armed with seedbombs and spades, these green-fingered outlaws are stealthily filling neglected public land with flowers and shrubs. Richard Reynolds explains how he joined their ranks and became a guerrilla gardener.
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The war on neglect of public space leads Richard Reynolds and his fellow guerrilla gardeners to the Elephant and Castle roundabout … and a run-in with the police
Video: The guerrilla gardener's seedbomb recipe |... →
For those hard to reach public spaces, the guerrilla gardener has a weapon: seedbombs. Richard Reynolds shows how to make them at home - and how to use them. Ohh, L is going to LOVE this.
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Well, I’m afraid I have some bad news for you: You walk wrong. Look, it’s not...– How We’re Wrecking Our Feet With Every Step We Take — New York Magazine
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Casaubon's Book: Vegeculture: Further Rethinking... →
Vegeculture has several advantages over grain culture. For example, you don’t have to till up a lot of ground at once, since these crops are adapted to “patch” culture. They often can be stored in the ground and dug up as needed, and can tolerate being integrated with perennial tree plantings. The tradition of planting in patches and leaving grown fallow to restore fertility in...
The Earth is humming. Singing. Churning out a tune without the aid of battery or...– How to sing like a planet / Scientists say the Earth is humming. Not just noise, but a deep, astonishing music. Can you hear it?
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And even if in the face of this derision I decide I am going to bother, there...– The Green Issue - Climate Change - Environment - Energy Efficiency - Consumption - New York Times