CSA Friday 1

‘Tis the season for a return on an investment- that’s right, it’s growing season and farmers supported by CSAs are churnin’ out the good stuff. Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a relatively new phenomenon (<40 years) brought on by the alternative food movement of the 1980s wherein a farmer is able to elicit one time … More CSA Friday 1

BREAKING NEWS: WOMAN SPENDS AFTERNOON OUTSIDE AND FEELS BETTER ABOUT LIFE

This past Wednesday, after only two and a half days in the office, Molly McCahan of Boulder, CO was feeling pretty down about life. “I just couldn’t get up the energy or enthusiasm for anything,” she says. “Maybe it was all the sleep I lost over the weekend thanks to Frozen Dead Guy Days overlapping … More BREAKING NEWS: WOMAN SPENDS AFTERNOON OUTSIDE AND FEELS BETTER ABOUT LIFE

I Might Be Starting to Understand This Whole “Skiing” Thing

Around this time last year, I was in Bozeman, MT, and a friend of mine invited me to go skiing with him. Most normally functioning people who grew up skiing in NH would probably have jumped at the opportunity to have a sweet ski day with a buddy, but my reaction was simply horror. I … More I Might Be Starting to Understand This Whole “Skiing” Thing

Bioneers at CU

I’d been feeling rather out of touch with my permaculture side when I noticed a poster on one of the many copious bulletin boards in the CU Law library where I work part time as a barista. “Front Range Eco-Social Solutions Conference” it said, “hosted by CU Bioneers.” “Eco-Social Solutions???” I said to myself as … More Bioneers at CU

Janet’s Cabin

November 23rd – 25th Thanksgiving. A time to relax, spend time with family, eat too much (probably), go for short walks, and take copious numbers of little naps. Heaven, right? Well, this year we went for something a little different. It’s only my second Thanksgiving away from home (aka New Hampshire), my first being my … More Janet’s Cabin