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Monthly Archives: September 2011
After consultation with my (new)* adviser, I’ve decided to narrow my focus a bit from what I had been thinking of before. I was having a hard time trying to separate one idea (the community garden) from another (local-food resources … Continue reading
globalrevolution – live streaming video powered by Livestream. I can’t pretend this isn’t happening. A collection of “The Other 99%” are staging an occupation of the Wall Street area in New York City, demanding serious political and financial reform. If … Continue reading
One of the big lessons I’ve learned over the past year is the value of knowledge, skills, and some specialized equipment in trying to shift to a more local and sustainable means of obtaining food. It’s a terrible loss when … Continue reading
I’ve started another blog for more travel and transportation-related stuff, including more on our epic cross-country journey of earlier this summer. Go here. Tell your friends.
After I wrapped up my school project and took a few days’ break, I realized that I wasn’t really finished; I was just getting started. A year in geologic time is next to nothing; from the land’s point of view, … Continue reading
I posted an edited version of my final report to my faculty here. Or you could open the new page right above this post. Either way is fine with me.