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    Learn about innovative businesses, entertaining and enlightening movies, inspiring books, artists, gamechangers, and organizations that are all involved in some way in helping to sustain our environment and its precious resources.

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    LOLA (Lots Of Love Always) is a book for young women about how to adopt a sustainable lifestyle and make healthy choices. Filled with colorful graphics and a wealth of tips, recipes, remedies, and inspiring anecdotes, LOLA deals with what young women really need to know to lead happy, productive, and fulfilling lives.

  • Visually distressed apples are just as sweet delicious and healthy
    Visually distressed apples are just as sweet, delicious and healthy as unblemished ones. Plus, imperfect apples are often the ones that are organically grown Swipe left to see an apple nit picker. More favorite cartoons from 2018 at www.priscillawoolworth.com  @newyorkercartoons   #organicapples   #pesticidefree 
  • La Petite Sirne 1990 a wonderful feather mobile by Rebecca
    La Petite Sirène, 1990, a wonderful feather mobile by Rebecca Horn  @lamaisonrouge .paris  #inspiredbynature   #feathers   #shadow 
  • Reflecting on the poems of recently passed Mary Oliver I
    Reflecting on the poems of recently passed Mary Oliver. I am a big fan of her work. Two favorites: You do not have to be good You do not have to walk on your knees For a hundred miles through the desert, repenting. You only have to let the soft animal of your body love what it loves. Tell me about your despair, yours, and I will tell you mine. Meanwhile the world goes on. Meanwhile the sun and the clear pebbles of the rain are moving across the landscapes, over the prairies and the deep trees, the mountains and
  • Highlights from The Outsider Art FairNYC2019 Magic Square 2016 by
    Highlights from The Outsider Art Fair/NYC/2019 Magic Square 2016 by George Widener, a self taught artist who employs his extraordinary mathematical/calculating capability to create art. Swipe left to see 2 more pieces... Hare by Jordan Maclachlan, who has always had a surreal and extreme interest in, and affinity for, animals. From the age of four and throughout much of her childhood, Jordan believed that she was really an abandoned mountain lion cub whose mother had been shot, leading to being rescued by her actual human family. Untitled, 2017 by Sidival Fila-back of an ancient XIX century painting, painted and lined,
  • Community of Bird Houses In the Funk Zone Santa Barbara
    Community of Bird Houses In the Funk Zone Santa Barbara, California  #birds   #birdhouses   #santabarbara   #funkzone   #priscillawoolworthphotography 
  • Looking forward to going to The Outsider Art Fair this
    Looking forward to going to The Outsider Art Fair this afternoon in NYC. This is one of my favorite art fairs because of the cool work shown, a lot of it by self taught artists and others who get creative when repurposing materials for their pieces. It’s always an inspiring show! The Outsider Art Fair is on till this Sunday, January 20th.  @outsiderartnow   @_nadinejohnson_   @jamesdbarron 
  • Im dedicating this post to my beloved friend Phyllis Wyeth
    I’m dedicating this post to my beloved friend Phyllis Wyeth, Rest In Peace my dear friend. Swipe left to see her in a portrait by her husband, artist Jamie Wyeth. Wishing that I could tell Phyllis about the many sugar maple trees I just discovered I have in the woods by my nook in the Hudson Valley. I learned this very exciting news from agroecologist Conrad Vispo and his wife Claudia, an ethnobotanist, who made a site visit yesterday. Looking forward to learning more about their work regarding what habitats can farmland provide for native species and, in turn, what
  • Shout out to Leah Penniman soil steward food activist and
    Shout out to Leah Penniman, soil steward, food activist and co-founder of Soul Fire Farm Located in upstate New York,  @soulfirefarm  is committed to ending racism and injustice in the food system. They raise and distribute life-giving food as a means to end food apartheid. With deep reverence for the land and wisdom for our ancestors, they work to reclaim our collective right to belong to the earth and to have agency in the food system. Join them for their Community Farm Days on April 13, May 18, June 15, July 21, September 7, October 12 and November 9th  @soulfirefarm 
  • This marketshopstandstore in Morocco is just beautiful I would love
    This market/shop/stand/store in Morocco is just beautiful. I would love my kitchen to look like this! Large glass jars full of goodness, buckets of spices, baskets full of deliciousness and bundles of dried herbs and flowers hung overhead. Wait, I just spotted some dried gourds too! Reposted from  @majesticdisorder 
  • Girl with Phragmite Since last year when I moved to
    Girl with Phragmite Since last year, when I moved to the Hudson Valley, I’ve been admiring this feathery grass that grows in large stands along the roads. It’s quite beautiful, especially in the winter, when the feathery seed heads turn into snowy plumes. Swipe left to see a stand of the weed. Recently, I found out that it’s called Reed grass, aka phragmites, which are large perennial grasses, that are highly invasive. They outcompete native vegetation and lower the local plant biodiversity. They form dense thickets that are unsuitable habitat for native fauna. Two of the most effective methods of

To cherish what remains of the Earth and to foster its renewal is our only legitimate hope of survival

~ Wendell Berry

Welcome to the Almanac Newsletter, an e-quarterly in which each issue celebrates innovations in Sustainable and Innovative Designs, Game-Changers who are creating and inspiring positive change, Eco Films that entertain and enlighten, Artists and Authors who are inspired by nature, Plant Based Recipes, a monthly Organic Gardening Calendar, as well as empowering readers to become informed consumers, by turning their purchasing power into a powerful tool for change. Attention is given as well to a Group or Organization that endeavors to arrest, contain, or reverse environmental damage and preserve our natural world for future generations.

As the public becomes increasingly aware of global warming and the unhealthy repercussions of heedless consumption of environmentally harmful products, people are more and more choosing to commit to greener, healthier lifestyles. We are all learning how to make conscious choices that reduce our use of natural resources and ideally serve to protect and sustain them.

Welcome also to my book titled LOLA, Lots of Love Always, which is aimed at young women but is a good read for everyone. It shows how to live a sustainable lifestyle and make healthy choices that are good for you and the planet at large. You are welcome to read the LOLA Blog, which has been archived on my site.

~Invest in the future by taking care of the present~

Priscilla Woolworth

What’s New

  • Book, Winter 2018/19 Almanac

    Wilding by Isabella Tree

    Isabella Tree tells the story of the ‘Knepp experiment’, a pioneering rewilding project in West Sussex, using free-roaming grazing animals to create new habitats for wildlife.

  • Eco Cinema, Winter 2018/19 Almanac

    Living in the Future’s Past

    Living in the Future’s Past shows how no one can predict how major changes might emerge from the spontaneous actions of the many.

  • Recipe, Winter 2018/19 Almanac

    Freekeh with Caramelized Shallots, Chickpeas and Yogurt

    An easy to make, delicious and very nutritious recipe. Freekeh may not be free of gluten but it is very high in healthy fiber and protein while being very low in fat and contains important minerals such as zinc, iron and calcium.