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Monthly Archives: October 2010
I just finished my essay on what “local” means to me right now. It’s on its own page tab-see it up there? Good. Why not read it right now? About these ads
Since I spent the better part of Monday morning sifting through bureaucratic paperwork, it was only fitting that I spend the better part of yesterday morning under the hood of The Little Red Wagon, which is running badly again. I … Continue reading
Here’s a good read for the morning (or afternoon): Anna Lappe: 3 Pillars of a Food Revolution.
Earlier this week I posted our September food budget and alluded to an analysis of transportation costs, “tomorrow” meaning something more like “as soon as I can sit down to make it happen” than its usual, literal connotation. I’ve got … Continue reading