How one wildfire disaster transformed a formerly divided Colorado community of mountain homesteaders into a more caring community with stronger leadership.
As climate change and geopolitics deteriorate ominously, international panels are urging us to pay attention to native wisdom ways.
The Editorial Director of MOTHER EARTH NEWS connects with his open-pollinated corn roots, and with cultivars given to him by family and friends.
Story by Gary Paul Nabhan; Photos by Erosion Control Research Program
Stonemasons build check dams to restore water to the West Turkey Creek watershed landscape while conserving the land.
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Check out what MOTHER EARTH NEWS editors and readers have been enjoying lately, from apps and classes to tools and techniques. In this edition, editors are testing new Doosan Bobcat products, giving lambs a helping hand, and writing in a lovely observational journal.
Hurricanes can knock down a lot of trees, but there are many useful alternatives for using storm-downed wood rather than letting it rot.
Many forces are driving the mutation and decline of America's family farms. But there are ways that we can embrace to consciously morph in response.
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