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“STORIES ARE FOR PEOPLE WHAT WATER IS FOR PLANTS” LINDA HOGAN

Sheila Colla, York University, Canada; Dana Prieto, York University, Canada, and Lisa Myers, York University, Canada The Gitxsan and Wet’suwet’en peoples collaborated in 1987 to challenge the British Columbia government and legally establish title to their ancestral territories. That landmark …

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Jennifer Atkinson, University of Washington The coronavirus pandemic has set off a global gardening boom. In the early days of …

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Be inspired by the beauty of Ten Mothers Farm in Cedar Grove, NC and learn how Gordon, Vera, and Luke …

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In early March, my band Ley Line was gearing up for the renowned South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas. …

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Screen Printed Over Grow The System patch by artist Bubzee . Printed on re claimed fabrics.

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“More people are starting to see the value and relevance of small scale, diverse farming methods as a way of …

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Within weeks of our daughter being born, her father and I realized that she was instantly pacified and tuned in the moment we went outside. She could be inconsolable inside, but even getting our coats and shoes on to go out would sooth her. At 15 months, it’s exactly the same, she can be having a tantrum inside, but get her shoes on and cross the front entrance and she’s all smiles. This is great for us as edible landscapers and permaculture consultants; working outside is our livelihood and our passion. We spend multiple hours in the garden most days, and having our daughter beside us is an incredible feeling. Watching a tiny human growing alongside plants we grow and eat is a powerful experience.

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Seed saving is crucial for biodiversity and food sovereignty. Farmer Kristyn Leach of Namu Farms provides tips on how best …

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We are living through unprecedented times. This pandemic has swept through our nations, communities and our homes, touching each and …

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