Mothers’ Earth–Reflections in the Garden

Mothers’ Earth–Reflections in the Garden

With all our differences, sometimes it is the simple things that unite us, the simple things that hold the key to mending our communities, our world.  In the quiet coldness of an early spring morning, I left my cocoon, slipping out from the warmth of my blankets and...
Real Food, Real Farms–Why It Matters

Real Food, Real Farms–Why It Matters

I’ve been to a couple of organic farming conferences over the past few weeks. I’ve spoken with countless farmers, chefs, artisans, community organizers and leaders in urban agriculture. I’ve listened to and talked to women pioneers who are emphasizing cultural...

Trail of Tears

In October 1492, when Christopher Columbus arrived in the Bahamas, he began the fierce destruction of a native people and the land they cultivated. A destruction that would stretch for centuries leaving a wake of chaos that has culminated in such a severe degradation...

The Heart of Klamath River

Water rights is an issue of escalating importance, especially in California, as corporate/government collusion lead to loss of water rights for the people within the region who depend on the sustenance of such natural resources within their geographic area. The...
Miller’s Organic Farm–Gifts of Spring

Miller’s Organic Farm–Gifts of Spring

Miller’s Organic Farm is glorious all year, but springtime holds a special place These are my reflections after spending a sunny afternoon in mid April at Miller’s Organic Farm in Lancaster, PA. As one of the farms where I get food for my family, including...
Glencolton Farms–Our Hope For Food Freedom

Glencolton Farms–Our Hope For Food Freedom

A Visit to Glencolton Farms (Note: The farm is in dire  need of funds to help cover legal fees. A crowdfunding page is available for anyone who would like to support the farm’s court costs and other case-related costs. They appreciate every donation.) Earth who...

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