Cindy Coughlin, who would rather vacuum than be outside amongst bugs and weeds, apprentices herself to her green-thumbed neighbour and wakes up the wonder in her soul.
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Resiliency and Mysteries of the Morel Mushroom
The previous extent of my mushrooming has pretty much focused around the fall when the fruiting bodies emerge from beneath the moss, on the sides of logs, and through the cottonwood leaves. Pines, chanterelles, shaggy mane, and combs tooth are …
Unexpected Lessons on Permaculture and Community
When I used to think about permaculture, I thought of it more like the “old way of gardening”. Less intensive, lots of diversity, a closed loop system that tries to reduce our impact on the earth. A systems thinking that …
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