A few links for an inspiring, delightful Saturday afternoon. The sun is out here – so I’ll be posting this, and throwing open the windows to let in a little sunshine while I whittle away at spring cleaning/planting/planning. Enjoy!
- Why Your Supermarket Only Sells 5 Kinds of Apples, by Rowan Jacobson, in MotherJones: http://www.motherjones.com/environment/2013/04/heritage-apples-john-bunker-maine?page=1
- Indigenous rights are the best defence against Canada’s resource rush, by Martin Lukacs, in The Guardian: http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/true-north/2013/apr/26/indigenous-rights-defence-canadas-resource-rush
- The Great Green Wall Of Africa — A 4,000 Mile Defense Against Climate Change, by Dan Leiber @ Planetsave: http://planetsave.com/2013/04/21/the-great-green-wall-of-africa-a-4000-mile-defense-against-climate-change/#zjBG7M0xYmWg5IrF.99
- Urban Permaculture: The Micro Space, a new video by Geoff Lawton: http://www.geofflawton.com/fe/33812-urban-permaculture-the-micro-space?r=y (you might have to sign up for this one).
I’m going to go start schemeing about helping urban food production take off right here in Regina. Maybe I’ll even figure out how to make a living growing food and changing the world.