Empathic civilization

A great framework to think about humanity and its potential.

animal husbandry put to another use: Meet the Baaa-studs

just something fun to look at for today.

I’m Farming and I Grow It

here it is. if you hadn’t heard about it before, now you can show how cool you are.



When: June 27, 7 p.m.
Off-Broadstreet Theatre, Hopewell, NJ
$20 (includes light refreshments & glass of wine or beer)
How to Get Tickets:
(Note: This is the website of the Sourland Planning Council. Tickets not available quite yet!)

Celebrities: After the screening, stay for a Q&A with director Jared Flesher, Mercer County Naturalist Jenn Rogers, and Princeton University Energy Plant Manager Ted Borer.

Details: All proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the Sourland Planning Council, a local non-profit organization working to protect the ecological integrity, historical resources and special character of the Sourland Mountain region.

When: July 11, 7 p.m.
Where: Princeton Public Library
Tickets: Free and Open to the Public
How to Get Tickets: Just show up!

Celebrities: After the screening, stay for a Q&A with director Jared Flesher, native plant expert Jared Rosenbaum and Wattvision CEO Savraj Singh.

A special summer event of the Princeton Environmental Film Festival.

Here’s their trailer:

Vendor neighbors

Yeah, there are some differences between art vendors and farmers market vendors, but still, there is something here for all market managers to understand.

We’re not buying it.

Watch the video and sign up to support the project:
Sign petition

Anna Lappé: What Can You Do

As always, I post these in the hope that it will be useful for some of you to embed in your own websites or newsletters. Never doubt that different voices saying the same message will hit different audiences over time. So keep the message alive.

From tobacco to organic food

Matthew Garrett, Garrett's Gardens: Converting 40 acre Tobacco Farm to Organic Produce from RAFI-USA TCRF on Vimeo.