The United Nations has recognized the Cauvery Callling program as a blueprint for river revitalization in the tropical world.
Have you ever considered edible landscaping? Here are 5 fun and healthy reasons you might want to bring it on.
Climate breakdown is the most recent term for global warming (the temperature of the earth rising) and climate change (climate’s unprecedented change).
“Seeds Re Generation” by Indigenous dance group Dancing Earth is an inspiring work focused on restoring and re-storying.
Eating in season can be done for practical reasons or for love. Either way, we’ll be healthier (and possibly more appreciative) as a result.
There’s a movement afoot to “eat ugly,” but we prefer the idea of eating artfully. After all, what could be more artful than eating what’s fragrant and healthy?
Composting for climate? You bet. Besides, it will make your trash can more presentable.
There’s nothing like fresh herbs to compliment a good veggie dish. Why should you consider growing your own—on the windowsill right in the kitchen?
Why shop at a farmers market? It just might support your plant-rich food lifestyle more than you know.
Before we can think about sustainable farming (or gardening), we find ourselves thinking about who we are in relation to the world.
Why pick blueberries (or any other fruits or vegetables) together? The answers will surprise you.
From cherry pie to pigeon peas, berry bushes to fruit trees, there’s something for everyone where perennial staple foods are concerned. Plant yours in a memory poem!