A friend, Stephen Brooks, recently contacted me with information on an enthnobotanical / medicinal plant convergence he is coordinating next March in Costa Rica. This will undoubtedly be a fascinating […]
I’m uploading a PDF download for The Golden Book of Chemistry Experiments, written by Robert Brent and illustrated by Harry Lazarus, published in the 1960s. This volume of the Golden […]
Here’s a brief video offering a great overview on modern commercial agroforestry systems in the Brazilian Amazon. Video in Japanese with English subtitles.
Here is a fascinating article from the National Science Foundation website that my brother sent me a link to. It’s about a horticulture/plant science program in moss cultivation headed by Nalini […]
Article source: http://www.kold.com/Global/story.asp?S=13364756&clienttype=printable By Erin Jordan TUCSON, AZ (KOLD) – Five years and $1.2 million, that’s what it took to protect the seeds of the Southwest. “It’s a dream come true […]
Today I continued working with students and teachers at Escuela Isaac Rabin on our edible schoolyard project. I brought a variety of interesting, useful plants, mostly trees, which we planted […]
Below I have listed and provided links to six student blogs documenting our Edible Schoolyard project at Escuela Isaac Rabin. See this previous post discussing the scope and rationale behind […]
Everyday the issue of food becomes more and more grave. As prices for ffresh produce climb, people eat worse and worse quality food, synthetic, grown with chemicals, imported from further […]