February 2, 2017

People who love eating organic fresh food and enjoy being in gardens, but have no experience growing plants successfully, sometimes approach me with claims of being genetically inept at horticulture. Often they have not chosen plants that are appropriate for their clim...

December 7, 2016

Catherine Sutton, the founder and heart of Transition Albany, died of a sudden heart attack on Dec. 5th, 2016. Catherine's kindness, wisdom and unswerving committment to creating a culture that lives in harmony with the earth will be well remembered in her community. S...

January 22, 2013

What does environmental devastation actually look like? At TEDxVictoria, photographer Garth Lenz shares shocking photos of the Alberta Tar Sands mining project -- and the beautiful (and vital) ecosystems under threat.

June 12, 2012

Check out these enterprising young urban farmers who have a produce stand in South Berkeley:

http://thetomatoboys.wordpress.com/

"The Tomato Boys are three brothers who have been dabbling in backyard gardening since 2005. They grow all types of heirloom and open pollinat...

April 14, 2012

Several articles were published last week supporting a Harvard research study linking the pesticide Imidacloprid, manufactured by Bayer, to Colony Collapse Disorder in the honeybee population. The cause for colony collapse has been eluding scientists for many years. Ho...

April 12, 2012

Creating excitement, urgency and action, Harmony reaches out to various and diverse communities, organizations, NGOs and individuals who can help promote the values and ideas of the film through their work. Harmony aims to unite the global community in an effort to tran...

March 9, 2012

"To feed our growing population, we’ll need to double food production. Yet crop yields aren’t increasing fast enough, and climate change and new diseases threaten the limited varieties we’ve come to depend on for food. Luckily we still have the seeds and breeds to ensu...

February 26, 2012

Will it be in like a lion or lamb? Either way, our next crop swap should prove to be a treasure trove of late winter crops, and early spring cleaning finds. I expect the usual winter greens, collards, chard, kale, lettuces, and more, a well as the ever present lemon cr...

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