Tagged with sustainability

Friends Like These: Harmony Circle Farm

Friends Like These: Harmony Circle Farm

Farmers at heart, Annie and Bob DeCoteau became farmers in practice this year after a string of events placed them on a beautiful plot of land that needed tending. In early July, my family visited them and their five children just outside Putney, Vermont. We learned about permaculture, pastured animals, and rural living. Click through for photos, the kids’ take, and the inspiration you need to switch to properly grown foods. Continue reading

Food Done Right: Honor the Plants

An avid reader of this blog knows the dangers carcinogens, monocultures, and genetic manipulation of plant species pose for human and planetary health.  Further, you understand that if these methods persist, famine and water shortages are a distinct possibility, since conventional farming features significant crop failures, fails to sequester carbon, wastes water, and ruins soil.  … Continue reading

Food Done Right: On the Farm

The Food Done Right series lasts through the summer. If you need to see the terminology primer, you can upload it to another screen by clicking here. Talking Meat Industrial meat production wastes and damages a wide swath of our natural resources from waterways to rain forest to the air we breathe.  These large farms, … Continue reading

Food Done Right: Wild Game

The Food Done Right series lasts through the summer. If you need to see the terminology primer, you can upload it to another screen by clicking here. Hunting for Necessity Because people know my general politics, no one has ever asked me my opinion about guns.  They presume that I would love to banish guns … Continue reading