I recently traveled to Houston, Texas for a Hunger Free America national conference. Hunger Free America is a not for profit organization building a bold, grass-roots, non-partisan membership movement in all 50 states. Their goal is to enact the policies and programs necessary to end domestic hunger, and ensure that all Americans have access toContinue reading “Hunger Free America- By: Jayde Gaines”
The EGG Group (Ecovillage Green Group) is offering a 3-part film series. The films will be shown at 7:00 PM on February 16, March 16, and April 20 (all Thursday evenings) at the Imago Earth Center.
On a recent grey day I was walking past the old red oaks in Matt and Elaine’s yard, and saw how many acorns are still on the ground in January. I reflected on the fact that even in the fall, when I pick up acorns (to plant in my tree nursery, or just to admire)Continue reading “Living In Nature- By Bill Cahalan”
Walking up Enright near the Earth Center entrance, I came across several dark caterpillars crossing the sidewalk. In previous summers (although it seems like it might have been early instead of late summer) I remember seeing such caterpillars devouring much but not all of the leaves of the catalpa (Catalpa speciosa) tree at the EarthContinue reading “Living in Nature”
One of the ways we get to know new people is hearing their story. Our story makes us unique, and the way we tell it is a way for us to create our lives again and again. In a community like ours, sometimes we hear about someone’s story from others and we form an ideaContinue reading “Strength in CommUnity”
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