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Back-to-School Sale

by: EJ on 09/24/2014
Posted in: Events

September back to school is a time of mixed emotions.  It’s sad to say goodbye to the lazy summer days, but also exciting to rev up for the new school year, whether it’s for yourself or your kids.  School can mean mixing with a wide range of people and opinions that can sometimes cause anxiety.  Our book, Seeing Red: An Anger Management and …

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Hope, Hops and How to Forge a Sustainable Life Mother Earth News Fair, Seven Springs, PA, 12-14 Sept 2014

by: EJ on 09/23/2014

Today's blog comes to us from Rob West, Director of Collaborative Publishing and Special Sales, who reports back on his baptism by fire at his first Mother Earth News Fair. 

 

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North American Permaculture Convergence

by: Sara on 09/17/2014

In today's post we join Darrell Frey, author of Bioshelter Market Garden and the owner/manager of Three Sister's Farm, at the North American Permaculture Covergence that took place over the Labor Day weekend in Harmony Park, MN.

Four hundred people converged on the beautiful shores of Lake Geneva near Cottage Grove, Minnesota over the Labor Day …

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Prime Minister Harper Refuses UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon's Invitation

by: EJ on 09/16/2014

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has invited world leaders, from government, …

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Is New Orleans worth saving?

by: Alina on 09/12/2014

Is New Orleans worth saving? Ronald Lewis, lifelong resident of the Lower 9th Ward and survivor of the two worst hurricanes in US history, thinks so.  So do all the people who are helping to rebuild the city and the lost houses, and everyone else who calls New Orleans home.

“It’s our home,” said Lewis when asked about the reason for …

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