I’m going to try to keep this as simple as possible, which may or may not serve this complicated debate. I wrote a couple of weeks ago about the various types of seeds humans have been using in agriculture for a long time. I hope that helped to explain why GMO seeds are set apart … More The Sticky GMOs (Discussion Part II)
Author of Blog Mentioned in Mountain Project Journal Article About a month ago I was riding my bike home along the Goose Creek path in Boulder, pondering the little split I was starting to see along the soles of my climbing shoes when I looked up and saw the sign for “Rock and Resole” right … More “A Person Wrote a Thing About Me! (Kind of)”
It’s still an hour before Dr. Vandana Shiva is supposed to walk onstage in the Glenn Miller Ballroom at CU Boulder’s UMC, but already the seats are a third of the way full. A diverse crowd, some are in two piece suits while others are in puffy down vests and dirty climbing pants, chatting and … More Dr. Vandana Shiva Visits CU Boulder
Way back in October I visited the Escalante-Grand Staircase National Monument in Escalante, UT. I had heard about Escalante from my sister, who had spent time there while she was working for the Canyonlands Conservation Corps. The Escalante is no doubt one of the most amazing spots in the U.S., boasting our darkest and quietest location, … More Bear’s Ears, Batman!