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August 25, 2008

urban hunt

While the adrenaline never flowed as I imagine it would hunting buffalo or lions with spears, urban hunting is satisfying. This was a 15-minute harvest of some old apple trees along the train tracks across from the Chevron station at...


August 24, 2008

doesn't look like bread yet

Julian seems a bit dubious about the three pounds of Winter Wheat I handed him for this "candid" shot. By the way, we've been loving those smooze! fruit ices you see in his hand. The one Julian has is guava...


August 20, 2008

One straw revolutionary lives on

Just over a year after his death, FUKUOKA Masanobu was the main topic of conversation at our Thanksgiving meal table today. Fukuoka was an amazing man who I had the chance to meet at his farm on Shikoku Island back in 1985, when I was living in Japan. His contributions to agriculture, permaculture and profound philosophies undergirding farming, nature and life are innumerable.


August 18, 2008

oh! basil

Home-grown basil makes for a healthy, simple and quick meal year round when made into pesto and frozen in small portions.


August 14, 2008

seattle youth garden works rocks

Seattle Youth Garden Works is awesome, and I'm trying out this widget from change.org which allows you to give to the project. Go for it. Or start a fundraising page for them. Just click below... Interview with Marcus and Susan...

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