Tuesday March 30, 2010
Waking up to the pitter-patter of raindrops on my window, slowly getting out of bed, looking out to see the dark day – I knew this was a day for muffins.
What kind of muffins was the
Friday March 26, 2010
I just came from Sun In Bloom, my friend Aimee’s new holistic eco-eatery on the border of Park Slope and Prospect Heights, where I had a delicious live vegan burrito made with sunflower seeds, yummy spices,
Thursday March 25, 2010
Is New York primed to become an ecocity? How do you imagine life in such a place? Richard Register has some ideas…
No wars and no cars: Ecocities according to Richard Register
A talk and discussion
Monday March 22, 2010
This past weekend, I participated in Urban Wilderness Action Day, part of Eyebeam’s ElectroSmog Festival. My friend Kris & her hubby Pascal put together this little video recapping my role in the day.
Monday March 15, 2010
It’s been quiet on this little blog for the last couple of weeks. I’ve been hard at work on a project. An urban wilderness intervention project to be exact. It all goes down this Saturday, March
Wednesday March 3, 2010
What happens when loads of nitrogen from chemical fertilizers get washed from commodity crop farms down the Mississippi and into the Gulf of Mexico? A big fat dead zone is what happens. A dead zone roughly