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Monthly Archives: August 2012
Cory Pelan loves lamb, and he likes it best in a farmer’s field with lots of people bringing lots of lovely food to go with it. So yesterday afternoon he and the Slow Island convivium put on a summer party … Continue reading
A group of Gorge Tillicum Urban Farmers visited the Garden Path last week, to have a look around at a garden going (deliberately) to seed. Carolyn Herriot walked us round the garden she carved out of broom and bracken about … Continue reading
As mentioned previously I returned home to find my Bombus box deserted and only a couple of sickly bees still staggering about under the bedding. Mine were Bombus vosnesenskii or yellow-faced bumblebees, and I’d lured them into the box in … Continue reading
The Transition Network (and Transition Towns) exist because governments are too slow to respond to the need for urgent change. Community action can fill the void, and the town of Todmorden in West Yorkshire proves the case in point. All … Continue reading
Saturday morning we repaired (by schoolbus) to the beautiful spaces at Okanagan College, where the luckiest presenters spoke in the curvy pod at the top of the stairs, but really everything was lovely there, including a fine breakfast of fresh … Continue reading