Weekday Vegetarian: Arugula and Walnut Salad

October 19, 2010 by  
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Photo: Kelly Rossiter There is a local small cheese producer Monforte Dairy , which regularly has a table at our farmers’ market. I often buy a goat cheese from them that has a ash rind. The cheese starts out firm and as it ripens it gets softer, so if you leave it long enough you have a bit of a gooey mess, which is just they way I like it

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Bioneers 2010: James Hansen and the Million Letter March

October 19, 2010 by  
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Photo via Jaymi Heimbuch It’s a strange feeling to be simultaneously excited to hear a speaker, and terrified at what they’re about to say. James Hansen has the uncanny ability pull these kind of conflicting feelings from entire audiences, inspiring a better understanding of our planet’s systems alongside an urgency for us to change how we’re functioning within it, and fast. He does so with a quiet, modest air of “I’m just telling the story that the research reveals,” which makes the information all the more worrying.

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"Get Rid of the Wall Street Mafia" Says Economist David Korten (Video)

October 19, 2010 by  
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Image credit: Peak Moment From asking whether we are hooked on growth , to arguing that industrial civilization is unsustainable , Peak Moment TV has probed some deep and important questions about how economics can help or hinder the cause of sustainability. Their latest offering, an interview with David C. Korten, is no exception

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Idaho State Senator Answers ‘Call Of The Wild’ – Supports Ignoring Federal Environmental Law

October 19, 2010 by  
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I enjoy the idea of wolves in the wild – eying me as the competition – and remember a night spent in a cabin long ago surrounded by disturbing howls. On the next morning’s hike I saw the blood of their prey soaking deeply into the snow, packed down during the kill, with bits of hair and hide and bones scattered about. I never felt more alive than at that moment.

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Harnessing Peer Pressure and Support for Community Change (Video)

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Image credit: Transition Town Totnes Community nut tree plantings , permablitz garden make-overs , local currency initiatives and rickshaws powered on waste veggie oil —these are just some of the projects … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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