Monthly Archives: April 2016

Awestruck

Will calls me ‘superlative girl’ and rightly so. I returned last night from a business trip in Boston, so I’ve been gone for 6 days. I returned to a scene that has me absolutely awestruck; regeneration on a scale that I could not have imagined four years ago – one year ago to be […]

By |April 27th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments|

The Chilgoza Pine; the Gift of Learning and Inclusion

Chilgoza, the word means ’40 seeds’ and describes the number of large edible pine seeds in each cone.

Coveted on the Global market for its flavor and nutritional value, this Pine tree is facing a number of external pressures that may lead to its extinction. The species Pinus gerardiana is found in the Himalayan regions […]

By |April 19th, 2016|Blog|1 Comment|

Food is Prana in the Iron Age

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Recipes

Food is inspiration, food is creativity, food is love shared, food is life. I’ve had the extraordinary privilege of working with food for most of my life. Hindu mythology believes that Prana, or sacred life energy of enlightenment, resides in food, […]

Patterns, Permaculture and Panamanian Checkers

Our Exceptional system of Economic growth is dependent upon
CONSUMPTION
PERSONAL DEBT
PRIVATE DEBT
PUBLIC DEBT
CREDIT
Your promise to continue to be productive now and even more productive in the future

Our Exceptional Centralized System depends upon Oil
Housing, Food, Clothing, Heating, Cooling, Personal Transportation, Medicine, Trucking, Shipping, Transport, Information Technology, Military, Government, Corporations, Banks.
 
When Oil is Cheap (1940-1979)
It’s Easy to […]

By |April 4th, 2016|Blog, Social|1 Comment|