Preparing for a summer thunderstorm is an emergency preparedness plan that many of us learned in childhood. But, with storms likely to get stronger and more frequent, perhaps it’s time we revisited the ‘ole storm prep checklist.
Celebrating community and seasonal eating this Earth Day.
There are many methods to gardening on a fixed income. Blythe describes some of the ways she channels the cost-saving, thrifty attitudes present in her arting and cooking into her gardening in this post.
Heart-worm is a potential risk even to areas that do not have measurable exposure in dogs and cats.
Experience America’s greatest wildlife migration with a front row view of the sandhill cranes converging on the Platte River valley in Central Nebraska every spring. You don’t need to travel to distant lands for an amazing ecotourism adventure.
NikiAnne builds cultural health and resilience by helping people discover their gifts and match them to community needs. She sees School of Integrated Living as one node in a web that connects us to ourselves, each other, nature, and the resources we need for village building. MOTHER EARTH NEWS blogger Willi Paul interviews NikiAnne about cultural wealth, rewilding, and radical change.
Flint residents have been told that they must go back to paying full price for their drinking water.
Create an inspiring Earth Day event with your community.