Education

Neighborhood Gardens

  As the saying goes, history does sometimes repeat itself.  When it comes to the production of food, the new trend is an old one: Growing local.  An increasing number of citizens are reaping the benefits of producing food in neighborhood and community gardens.  It’s a conscious effort by many to consume less industrially grown […] Find out more

Farmers Markets

While large corporate agri-business often fails to provide clean, healthy food for consumers, an alternate food economy is sprouting up, around the country.  A resurgence of age-old Farmers Markets is providing jobs and locally produced, wholesome foods, all with a reduced carbon footprint and boost to the local economy, Tune in to find out more […] Find out more

Zeri-Sustainable Future

Don’t give up hope!  Despite the barrage of unwelcome environmental news, there is a way to perceive our world and our place in the biosphere with fresh eyes.  Deep reverence for nature, economic opportunity and a sustainable future are possible!   ZERI, standing for Zero Emissions Research & Initiatives, is a design methodology based on nature’s […] Find out more

Grow Domes

  Its no secret that food costs are soaring… on petroleum prices… and with corporate ag food being trucked an average of 1500 miles, quality is often sacrificed.   As shipping prices rise, concern about cost, nutritional value and freshness has inspired many to grow their own food. It turns out, one antidote to an […] Find out more

Mex-Eco Efforts

Around the globe, there are many polluted oceans.   But Mexico’s Sea of Cortez may be one exception.  Pristine waters help some locals find hope while becoming educated about conserving their environment. Begun in 1988, the Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve is funded by the Mexican government, Unesco and private foundations. The largest of its kind in […] Find out more