Dmitry Orlov's long awaited, The Five Stages of Collapse: Survivors' Toolkit is now off press. Note the position of the apostrophe - Survivors', a toolkit for more than one. Personally, I would like to be in that number, so Dmitry's advice is very welcome.
Supply Shock: Economic Growth at the Crossroads and the Steady State Solution by Brian Czech is now off press. This refreshingly accessible, comprehensive critique of economic growth presents a compelling alternative to perpetual economic growth. Brian Czech is the founder of Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy (CASSE), the …
This guest post comes to us from Lauren Mandel, Project Manager and Rooftop Agriculture Specialist at Roof Meadow and the author of the just released book, Eat Up, The Inside Scoop on Rooftop Agriculture. Today Lauren highlights South Philadelphia Highschool which launched its fundraising campaign to help realize there dream of a roof top garden.
Fish releases, parades, school events, film festivals, invasive plant pulls, community gatherings - there are such a variety of people planning to celebrate Earth Day in so many different ways. What is your favourite event? Is it a tradition or something new for you?
This year, New Society Publishers is celebrating Earth Day by helping our …
Today's blog post comes to us from Victoria Redhed Miller, the author of the soon to be released book Pure Poultry, Living Well with Heritage Chickens, Turkey and Ducks.
Victoria is a writer, photographer and homesteader who lives off-grid on a 40-acre farm in the foothills of Washington's Olympic Mountains with her husband David. As well as raising heritage chickens, turkeys and ducks, she works towards enhancing her family's self-sufficiency through gardening, food preservation, craft brewing and distilling, antique repair and restoration, and other traditional skills. Today Victoria touches on the controversial subject of farm eggs- to wash or not, that is the question!