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Monthly Archives: February 2012
Visiting Cuban agronomist at UVic this Friday, with music
The University of Victoria’s Geography department with the Office for Community-Based Research, the SOGS (Society of Geography Students), and the department of Sociology are pleased to co-present: Travelling from Agri to Culture: The secrets of Myko on Rural Innovation in … Continue reading
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A lot of words on waste
I spend a lot of time thinking about waste. (And wonder: is this a waste of my time?) Waste is inescapable in this culture, and we need to be talking and acting more decisively. Rubbish is engineered into every product … Continue reading
Re-entry: Denise Dunn; IdeaWave
I bade farewell to Saskatchewan on Friday afternoon: a blizzard was in the forecast for the following day, but as we lifted off, it was clear enough for an atmospheric sunset, and at the other end of the journey, the … Continue reading
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The future of meat?
The last few days at the SWG writers and artists colony are shooting past. The nuthatches returned last week, in fighting form, shooing away chickadees and picking all the largest peanuts to stash in nearby tree trunks. Meanwhile my inbox … Continue reading
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Chocolate, gastronomy and Seedy Sunday
The writers and artists at the SWG winter retreat spend a lot of time thinking about food, and chocolate is one of the essential treats we administer to keep us healthy, happy and creative, meditating on all those dark sweet … Continue reading
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