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Pine Mountain Ranch — Where the Buffalo Roam (334)

“A rancher could really be called a grass farmer,” contends rancher Alan Rousseau. “But let’s go further. Let’s go to the soil.” The soils in his Oregon high-mountain ranch are rich in minerals, producing grasses with higher protein to nourish his pastured animals, producing … [More...]

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Widening and Narrowing Circles: Summer News

Most of this newsletter is about Widening Circles — workshops, online summits and podcasts, and projects we’re glad are happening, many with Peak Moment guests. Our personal news could be called A Narrowing Circle:  We are putting down more roots in our community in what … [More]

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For Humans, Bugs and Beauty — An Urban Food Forest Demonstration (333)

“This place is famous. People loving coming by here because at any time of year you can get something to eat.” Architect Mark Lakeman, co-founder of the City Repair project, gives a tour of the corner … [More]

Connecting with Ourselves, Each Other, and Earth — Personal Tools for These Times, part 2 (332)

“If we’re going to really be present in this predicament, we’re going to have to befriend all of our emotions. So we teach some tools for how to do that. Being present with your body. How does the … [More]

Connecting with Ourselves, Each Other, and Earth — Personal Tools for These Times, part 1 (331)

“Every single metric [of abrupt climate change] has been accelerating since I took on writing the book [The Impossible Conversation] in 2014,” says Dean Spillane-Walker. “But … the calling of our … [More]

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The Solar Eclipse: a Guest Post

  These are photos Robin took of the 2017 solar eclipse. She experienced the 1979 total solar eclipse near Goldendale, Washington, and it was a such a wondrous experience for her that she wanted to share this one with me. So, at the last minute, we packed up the … [More...]