The Biggest Little Farm
The Biggest Little Farm is a testament to the immense complexity of nature.
February Eco Garden
Moon Gardening with Priscilla Woolworth.
Favorite cartoons from 2018
Mindful Matcha Granola
Easy to make granola, with all its delicious bits and pieces!
Insectpalooza is an annual insect fair put on by the Department of Entomology at Cornell University, in upstate New York, where the public is educated about the issues related to insects and other arthropods.
Mike and Doug Starn
Born in New Jersey in 1961, the identical twins Doug and Mike Starn work collaboratively and defy categorization, combining traditionally separate disciplines such as sculpture, photography, painting, video, and installation.
A Little Christmas History
Do you know how the custom of celebrating Christmas began? As with many Christmas traditions, its roots go back to pagan times. Some Northern European pagans believed that the sun was a god and that he went through a yearly period of ill health in winter.
How to Change the World by What We Buy
As a consumer, be informed about products that contain palm oil. You might not cook with it, but you would be surprised about how many food products contain palm oil, and many of them aren’t clearly labeled.
Simply pry off a chunk of the smoldering Tinder Fungus and use it to light some tinder and remake your fire.
Did you know that most people have elevated concentrations of mercury in their body?
ReTuna is the world’s first secondhand shopping mall, featuring only reclaimed and reused goods.
Anton Checkhov’s Garden
“I think that if I wasn’t a writer, I could be a gardener,” wrote Anton Chekhov in 1900.
The Green America Chocolate Score Card
Most major chocolate companies have commitments to source more sustainable cocoa. Many of them have plans to have 100% certified cocoa in their supply chain by 2020.
Secret Ingredients Movie
This eye-opening documentary by Jeffrey Smith and Amy Hart may change the way you think about your food forever- and the way you eat.
Organic Food May Reduce Cancer Risk
People who regularly eat organic food are much less likelyto get cancer than those who don’t, a major new study found.
Look and See
LOOK & SEE revolves around the divergent stories of several residents of Henry County, Kentucky who each face difficult choices that will dramatically reshape their relationship with the land and their community.
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.
If you’re looking for that classic yellow color, just add a little turmeric powder.
Did you know that aloe vera is good for so much more than treating sunburns.
Butternut Miso Soup with Arame and Wasabi
Try this soup tonight!
String Made from Nettles
Nettles are not only an edible wild plant but can also be used as fiber for textiles and cordage.
Back in 2000, Charlie Burrel and Isabella Tree, who live in Knepp Castle in the UK, took the radical decision to give up on the estate’s arable and dairy farm, which they had tried and failed for years to keep profitable, to pursue an experimental process of habitat creation.
The Forest by Riccardo Bozzi, Violeta Lopiz and Valerio Vidali
*Selected as one of the ten New York Times and New York Public Library Best Illustrated Children’s books of 2018
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.
Be The Change: How to Get What you Want in Your Community by Thomas Linzey with Anneke Campbell
Inspired by five true stories.
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.
Sebastian Copeland is an award-winning photographer, polar explorer, author, lecturer, and environmental activist and has led numerous expeditions in the polar regions, to photograph and film endangered environments.
Chili Pepper Flakes
If your goal is to make one cup of crushed red pepper flakes, you will need 71 Serrano peppers.
This is the easiest jam recipe to make! All you need are fresh blackberries or raspberries and sugar.
Alek Wek’s Okra Stew
The model and Goodwill Ambassador has been cooking this plant-based stew since her childhood in South Sudan.
Biodegradable plastic made from ‘tree glue’ could be on shelves within five years.
Woodlanders,is a beautifully done film series by Costa Boutsikaris, a filmmaker from the Hudson Valley/NY, that documents the work of people who care for and depend on forests for their livelihood and well-being throughout the world.
Fall 2018 Almanac Cover Image
Explanation of all the beauty in the Almanac cover this month!
In the Netherlands, where a floating park made from recycled plastic, has popped up, the recycled plastic is constructed into hexagonal pods, which mimic the landscape of Rotterdam’s Maas River before humans altered the landscape, according to the Recycled Island Foundation, the group behind the park.
The first island in Copenhagen’s Parkipelago set sail. Over the next year, the island will be moved around the lake, open for anyone and everyone to use. It’s one of the nine islands that will makeup the parkipelago in an attempt to create more public spaces in the city.
Cutting Trees to Save Birds
“It’s OK to cut some trees,” said Andrew Shultz, landowner outreach forester for the Maine Forest Service. He explained that selective thinning, which can be a single tree or a half acre, helps biodiversity and enhances wildlife habitat.
Butternut Squash Soup
Delicious and easy to make, this soup is absolutely wonderful!
Nasturtiums edible leaves and flowers add a peppery flavor to many things, but one of the tastiest ways to eat nasturtiums is in pesto.
PW Tip: Celery
How to keep celery fresh!
Hickory Nut Milk
Made with shagbark hickory nuts.
PW Tip 2: Water Bottles
I wrote about this back in 2009!
PW Tip: Cans
I still use this one!
Christo & Jean-Claude
Christo and Jeanne-Claude, respectively, are environmental sculptors noted for their controversial outdoor sculptures that often involved monumental displays of fabrics and plastics.
Lamps Made with Silkworm Cocoons
Natural silk worm cocoons have been carefully placed atop a weightless metal frame.
Pencil Cases made from Pineapples
Pinatex is a natural, sustainable textile made from the fibres of pineapple leaves, which are the waste from the pineapple harvest.
Wallet Made from Leaves
This wallet was made from sustainably harvested natural Teak leaves.
Ecosia is a search engine, and when you use it to search the web, they plant trees.
The Differences between Organic, Sustainable and Biodynamic Wines
The U.S. government regulates use of the term “organic,” but “sustainable” and “biodynamic” have no legal definitions.
Don’t Even Think About Turning the Air Conditioning on the Second you Get In your Car
Does you car’s owner’s manual tell you to roll down the windows to let out all the hot air before turning on the A/C? Do you know why?
Make Your Own Non-toxic Homemade Bubbles
Why make your own? Did you know that conventional bubble soap contains unhealthy ingredients ( dishsoap and handsoap as well), frequently contain sodium laureth sulfate, a skin irritant that is likely contaminated with known cancer causing chemicals.
Bats are a natural pest control. Did you know that some bat species eat an incredible number of mosquitoes, as many as 1,200 in an hour of feeding! Bats are also critical pollinators of seeds and fruits that we eat.
Crows Pick Up Trash in a French Park
In France, the wily crow is getting a makeover. Puy du Fou, a historical theme park in the Loire region about four hours from Paris, has trained six crows to pick up cigarette butts and bits of trash and dump them in a box.
Robyn Van En
Robyn Van En was one of the originators of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), a business model that helps small, diverse organic farms cope with the expenses of organic farming methods by selling “shares” of the harvest to CSA members before the farming seasons begins.
Henry Humming: Henry Saves Hanna by Irene Starlone
A hummingbird, a blue jay, and a house finch go on an unexpected journey…
Life Without Plastic by Jay Sinha and Chantal Plamondon
Life Without Plastic strives to create more awareness about BPA-based products, polystyrene and other single-use plastics, and provides readers with ideas for safe, reusable and affordable alternatives.
Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer
As a botanist, Robin Wall Kimmerer has been trained to ask questions of nature with the tools of science. As a member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, she embraces the notion that plants and animals are our oldest teachers.
August Eco Garden
Moon Gardening by Priscilla Woolworth
Companion Planting in the Vegetable Garden
Plants interact with each other, and behave a lot like us: some get along, some don’t. The following list is of plants that get along with each other or offer some benefit to another such as enhancing fertility or handicapping pests or diseases.
Did you know that in June, after migrating hundreds of miles north from their winter grounds, some 130,000 caribou in the Porcupine herd finally reach Alaska’s coastal plain on the Beaufort Sea?
PW Tips 2018 Summer
Eat Stinging Nettles
Stinging Nettles contain vitamins C and K, B vitamins, as well as minerals like calcium, magnesium and iron, to name a few. It also has amino acids and antioxidants, which may help fight free radicals.
I recently took an informative 6 week long workshop called the Fundamentals of Forest Stewardship because I wanted to learn how to have a reciprocal and productive relationship with the forest by my home, and have a deeper understanding of the forest garden within, as well as learn the tools to preserve natural habitats for animals and insects alike.
Bag Moth Cocoon
Once the case is built, only adult males ever leave the case, never to return, when they take flight to find a mate.
The Story of Microfibers
Synthetic fabrics, from which 60% of all clothing on earth is made, have a big hidden problem: when they’re washed, they release tiny plastic bits — called microfibers…
How does the carrier shell hunt, hold and glue other shells and bits of coral to themselves?
How the Trees Got Their Voices by Susan Andra Lion and Sue Lion
While camping with a group of girls, Susan Andra Lion was given this tale about trees, nature and also the relationship of living things within a forest ecosystem.
Farming the Woods: An integrated Permaculture Approach to Growing Food and Medicinals in Temperate Forests by Ken Mudge and Steve Gabriel
Farming the Woods invites a remarkably different perspective: that a healthy forest can be maintained while growing a wide range of food, medicinal, and other non-timber products
A Natural History of the Hedgerow: and ditches, dykes and dry stone walls by John Wright
This beautifully produced book is a practical and comprehensive record of hedges, dry stone walls, ditches and other agricultural boundaries found throughout the United Kingdom.
Find a Sit Spot
Maintaining a sit spot is one of the most profound activities you can undertake. It hones your observational skills, helping you learn about the woods, and how the forest or trees change.
The Gates of Light
Inspired by the iridescent sparkling of butterfly wings, the GATES OF LIGHT in the Netherlands, are structures on a causeway, which are illuminated by the headlamps of passing cars, reflecting light through small prisms.
Jack Johnson is a singer-songwriter, environmental activist in the ecology and sustainability movement (with an ocean-centric focus), founder of the Allatonce foundation and UN Environment Goodwill Ambassador.
Stinging Nettle Soup
Cooked nettles are not only delicious, but also full of health benefits and… they lose their sting when cooked.
These “considered weed” plants, have a number of powerful health benefits. In fact, humans have been using dandelions in food for much of recorded history.
Edible Plants Found on a Walk in a Forest Garden
We have a legacy of overharvesting plants in the wild. We need to be careful and forage ethically and sustainably, to ensure that these plants will continue to be found in the future.
Demand Real Organic Food from Real Organic Farmers
We need the largest retailers of organic food in the country to stand with organic farmers and consumers for the integrity of organic food and agriculture – or risk losing our shopping dollars.
Tomatoes à la provencale
Fast and easy to make, this delicious dish is a classic from the South of France, and is best served along with savory dishes like an omelet, or a rice and grain salad.
The End is Near for Plastic Bags and Straws
Times are changing. Just as it became socially unacceptable to smoke indoors, the use of plastic bags and plastic straws will slowly be phased out over time once the government moves to restrict them.
Organic spices don’t contain any fillers, synthetic anti-caking agents, artificial colors, flavors or preservatives that may be found in conventional spices. They’re also not irradiated and are free of genetically modified ingredients.
Stinging Nettle Tea
Nettles are often ingested in tea form, which has been observed to have potent effects on the body.
Diana Scherer is a visual artist living and working in Amsterdam. Her work encompasses photography, material research, plant root-weaving and sculpture.
The red hibiscus flower is cultivated worldwide for both its aesthetic appeal and its medicinal uses, which is in the form of tea.
Vincent Van Gogh
For Vincent van Gogh, nature was the defining subject of his art. Over the course of his short but intense working life, Van Gogh studied and depicted nature in all its forms—from the minutiae of insects and birds’ nests to the most sweeping of panoramic landscapes…
We all know that a walk in nature is a great path to tranquility. But did you know you don’t necessarily have to leave your front room to be able to reap the psychological benefits the great outdoors has to offer?
Plastic-eating fungus found at a landfill site in Pakistan
Currently, around the world, landfills are full of billions of tons of plastics. These plastics are attracting organisms that are seeking to exploit it.
Asparagus & Lemon Risotto
This recipe is easy to make, absolutely delicious and packed with nutrients.
Some pharmacies are dispensing fruit and veg as well as drugs. Many medical issues have symptoms that can be managed or preventative with exercise and nutritional care, but access to things like fresh fruits and vegetables or healthy protein can be challenging for certain populations.
Queen Elizabeth has no patience for plastic and is taking Buckingham Palace plastic free!
Car Air Fresheners
It’s time to stop making air fresheners for cars, and phase them out just as skin-exfoliating products were, the polluting microbead kind.
Natural Gardening for Birds: Create a Bird-Friendly Habitat in Your Backyard
A Practical Illustrated Bird Oriented Gardening Book with Great Reference Charts. Bird watchers everywhere dream of a landscape dotted with fruiting shrubs nests tucked into twining vines and birds flocking to feeding stations.
PW Tips for Spring!
The two most diverse, all natural and beloved kitchen ingredients in my home!
100 Plants to Feed the Bees: Provide a Healthy Habitat to Help Pollinators Thrive
The international bee crisis is threatening our global food supply, but this user-friendly field guide shows what you can do to help protect our pollinators.
Children’s Book: Bertolt
This is a charming, touching story about an imaginative boy whose best friend is an oak tree named Bertolt.
How to get rid of POISON IVY in your garden, without using toxic herbicides.
Seed libraries provide vegetable seeds so that people can grow food they might not otherwise be able to get.
A delicious, satisfying and easy to make cake!
The Green School
he Green School is located in the jungle in south central Bali. Begun a decade ago by John and Cynthia Hardy, it was intended to do nothing less than create a future generation of “green leaders,” even as it would defy…
Border collies run like the wind to bring new life to Chilean forest.
Leaning into the Wind
Riedelsheimer’s exquisite film illuminates Goldsworthy’s mind as it reveals his art.
February Eco Garden
Moon Gardening by Priscilla Woolworth
Andrew Wyeth home and Studio
Wyeth built his home and studio overlooking the valley. Here he set down roots, which have nourished a family of extraordinary creativity for more than a century.
There was a time, up to the 1960’s, when women wore gloves every time they left the house.
If you are buying a real Christmas tree this month, did you know that you could have one that is pesticide-free and organic?
Switch the Stick
Something like millions of Q-tips are flushed down the toilet each year, being so small they pass through sewage filters into rivers and seas.
Zero Waste Shops
ZERO WASTE SHOPS are opening up all over Europe!!
Pocheco is a paper company in the north of France that produces 2 billion envelopes a year. It also has a very inspiring business model. What is their objective: Zero Waste.
PW Products Winter Issue 2017-2018
Check out all the fantastic new Products in my store!!
Potato and Leek Gratin
You probably know that calcium is key for healthy teeth and bones, but did you know that consuming inulin fiber-rich foods can also assist in the absorption of calcium to help improve your bone mineral mass?
Castelluccio Lentils with Tomatoes and Gorgonzola
Butternut Squash Minestrone
I love soup. It’s such a versatile and satisfying dish that can include seasonal vegetables leftover from the week.
Reduce Shipping-Box Waste
Do you know what to do with all the individual shipping boxes that Amazon and other retailers send out? There is one solution that seems worth a try.
My Eco Tips Winter 2017/18
Green Onion Sun Prints
Vietnamese artist and photographer Binh Danh, used green onions to capture the allusive Buddha.
Based in Delft, Netherlands, Nienke Hoogvliet wishes to call attention to the sustainable aspects of our daily habits. “I would like to raise awareness of the waste issues in our oceans…”
Sea silk is an extremely fine, rare, and valuable fabric that is made from the long silky filaments or byssus secreted by a gland in the foot of pen shells.
Ernst Gamperl (German b. 1965)
Winner of the 2016 Loewe Foundation Craft Prize for his work ‘Tree of Life 2.’ Ernst Gamperl is a self-taught artist and master craftsman who, who over many years has achieved an extraordinary understanding of wood.
A druid is a member of a high-ranking professional class in ancient Celtic cultures. Druids revered nature, the wilderness and the earth. These are photos I took in my own Druid’s corner…
Stewards of the Ocean
As fish populations crash elsewhere, communities in Mexico’s Baja California are limiting catches to keep harvests bountiful, boost tourism, and preserve a way of life.
The Audubon Mural Project: Street Art in Harlem Highlighting Endangered Bird Species
The Audubon Mural Project is a public art initiative inspired by the legacy of the great American bird artist and pioneering ornithologist John James Audubon…
Meat Free Mondays
This short film tackles an issue related to climate change, the degradation of our earth, and the extinction of species that most media outlets find too taboo to touch upon — animal agriculture.
Bringing Nature Home by Douglas Tallamy
Bringing Nature Home has sparked a national conversation about the link between healthy local ecosystems and human well-being…
The Story of Microfibers
Most of us wear synthetic fabrics like polyester every day…This is a big problem.
Early December is the time to clean your nesting boxes, and remember to always keep your feeders clean for the health of our feathered friends!
My Life As A Turkey
This documentary, which won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Nature Programming, is the story of one man’s remarkable experience raising a group of wild turkey hatchlings to adulthood.
Because of an Acorn by Lola M. Schaefer
Because of an acorn, a tree grows, a bird nests, a seed becomes a flower.
One Wild Bird at a Time: Portraits of Individual Lives by Bernd Heinrich
In his modern classic, One Man’s Owl and Mind of the Raven, Bernd Heinrich has written memorably about his relationships with wild ravens and a great horned owl.
Andy Goldsworthy: Projects
Natural or Green burials are environmentally friendly, and more so than conventional burials.
Georgia O’Keeffe: Food, Art & Nature
Georgia O’Keeffe’s deep affinity for nature has been fully documented, but she was also very interested in eating healthy, and in growing, preparing and cooking her own food…
Great News from the EWG!
Procter & Gamble, the world’s biggest maker of both household cleaning and personal care products, announced the most sweeping fragrance ingredient transparency initiative to date…
Sept. 16th: International Coastal Clean Up Day
We know that ocean trash is a serious pollution problem that affects the health of people, wildlife and local economies…But did you know…that we can help solve this problem?
Borscht with Sour Cream & Fresh Dill
Did you know…that beets are one of the healthiest foods to eat? Beets contain valuable nutrients that may help lower your blood pressure, fight cancer and inflammation, boost your stamina, and support detoxification.
The Silk Pavilion
Humans have been breeding silkworms for fabric for over 5,000 years, but Media Lab professor Neri Oxman married their innate productivity with computerized efficiency.
The Awesome Orange
The start-up Orange Fiber, run by Adriana Santanocito and Enrica Arena, has developed a new kind of fabric, which is entirely made of waste citrus fruit peels.
Regrowing a Forest
What can we do about the excessive amount of waste we are generating worldwide? How do we inexpensively create an environment suited for trees to thrive in, on land that is depleted and deforested?
These zucchini fritters are easy to make and so delicious! When you make these, the key is squeezing the water out of the grated zucchini…
The Ozone Garden
What if figuring out if the air you’re breathing is clean was as simple as taking a stroll in your garden?
Food Companies Fighting Climate Change
Staple food items that take some of the bite out of global warming.
PW Eco Tips Fall 2017
These 3 plants are tops at removing a variety of pollutants from inside your home or office.
Garden Lovers and Gardeners
Located in London, The Chelsea Physic Garden was founded in 1673, as the Apothecaries’ Garden, with the purpose of training apprentices in the identification and use of medicinal plants.
These petitions are made possible thanks to the generous support of Change.org members, who contribute on a monthly basis to help fund the tools and professional support that have mobilized Americans for legislative impact.
Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
The company has grown to offer nearly 2,000 varieties of vegetables, flowers and herbs—the largest selection of heirloom varieties in the USA.
Mended Spiderweb #8
Artist Nina Katchadourian documents her meticulous repair of silken webs with patches made with red thread.
This Land is Our Land
California is facing a drought of historic proportions and while individuals are being forced to reduce their water usage, Nestlé is bottling the scarce resource straight from the heart of California’s drought and selling it for profit.
Cracking the Code on Egg Coloration
Did you know…that just two pigments account for the remarkable spectrum of bird eggshell hue and patterns?
Touch the Earth by Julian Lennon
Jump aboard the White Feather Flier in this unique interactive kids book! Lennon’s magical plane can go wherever you want. Just press a button printed on the page, and point the plane up in the air to fly, or down to land it.
Biophilia by Christopher Marley
Christopher Marley’s art expresses his passionate engagement with the beautiful forms of nature.
New PW Chosen Products – Fall 2017!
Great new products in the store for the Fall!
The Nature Fix by Florence Williams
Intrigued by our storied renewal in the natural world, Florence Williams set out to uncover the science behind nature’s positive effects on the brain.
October Bird Migration
Birds of prey have been called “ecological barometers,” which simply means they help us gauge how healthy a habitat is. Birds of prey are extremely sensitive to many environmental changes in an ecosystem.
Rob Machado is one of the world’s most recognizable surfers as well as a committed environmentalist.
New Products for Summer 2017!
There are many great new products in my store! Check them all out!
Artichoke Vinaigrette with Raw Vegetables
This delicious recipe is full of healthy, nourishing gluten-free ingredients.
Zero Waste Japanese Town
Touted by many as the world’s “first zero-waste town,” Kamikatsu, the small mountainous town on the island of Shikoku, Japan, has an impressive waste management program from which the rest of the world could learn a lot.
Spiced Spaghetti Squash Pancakes
Delicious recipe! Healthful cooking can be vibrant, creative and wildly satisfying. Love food that makes you feel good!
When using ripe, succulent fruits, this cobbler bakes for just 20 to 25 minutes.
Hello Nature: Draw, Color, Make, and Grow by Nina Chakrabarti
A fantastic new nature activity book that explores the exciting natural world around us!
Tomorrow: All Over The Globe Solutions Already Exist By Cyril Dion
What if highlighting solutions and telling positive stories was the best way to solve the ecological, economic, and social problems our countries are grappling with?
Photo Ark by Jo Sartore
This lush book of photography represents National Geographic’s Photo Ark, a major cross-platform initiative and lifelong project by photographer Joel Sartore to make portraits of the world’s animals. especially those that are endangered.
Gogottes are naturally occurring sculptures found in Fontainbleau, France, the one time home of the French monarchy.
July 2017 Eco-Gardening
Moon Gardening by Priscilla Woolworth
Coco de Mer
‘Coco de Mer’ is the largest and heaviest known seed in the world.
Severine Von Tscharner Fleming
Part-time farmer, activist and founder of Greenhorns, a grassroots organization with the mission to recruit, promote and support the rising generation of new farmers in America.
Seed: The Untold Story
Few things on Earth are as miraculous and vital as seeds, worshiped and treasured since the dawn of humankind.
August 2017 Eco-Gardening
Moon Gardening by Priscilla Woolworth
Miguel Angel Blanco
Artist Miguel Angel Blanco has developed a collection of wooden boxes as a forest library, containing the findings from intentionally symbolic walks.
Busy Bees Use Flower Petals For Nest Wallpaper
Building a nest takes a day or two, and the female might create about 10 nests in total, often right next to each othe
World Oceans Day June 8th
Why celebrate World Oceans Day? …To remind everyone of the major role the oceans have in everyday life.
Biomimicry in action: Ladybugs
Their wings are flexible enough to fold intricately, yet strong enough to fly…
Why we must defend the Arctic refuge
The Arctic Refuge contains one of the most fragile and ecologically sensitive ecosystems in the world. Its environment is extremely vulnerable to long-lasting disturbance because the harsh climate and short growing seasons provide little time for species to recover.
UK Based Animal Hero
Inspiring business model: Meet the UK Based Animal Hero Bringing You Insurance with Compassion.
Germany Breaks A Solar Record
…Gets 85% Of Electricity From Renewables
In 2 years, CVS will no longer offer beauty products that contain Parabens, Phthalates and Formaldehyde ingredients.
Attracting Beneficial Insects
Since most beneficial insects snack on pollen and nectar at some stage in their life, planting loads of flowers in and amongst your veggies is one of the best ways to encourage good bugs to visit your garden and stay awhile.
Creature Comforts: buildings designed for humans and animals
Most animals, apart from pets, are seen as unwanted invaders in our homes, but some structures are built to attract them.
Moroccan-ish Sweet Potato Sunshine Salad
This salad is all sweet potato goodness with a bit of a Moroccan stew vibe.
Warm Grain Bowl
I have made this recipe so many times and enjoy it every time!
Simple Kale Chickpea Salad
This salad is perfect for cooler spring days and a great way to get more greens into your life.
Spring Issue Cover
Elements of the lovely Spring Issue cover photo.
New Products Spring 2017
So many great new items!
Bezoar stones are formed from accretions in the stomachs of ruminants that have become ossified and were believed to be magical.
Eco Tips Spring 2017
Olive Oil, Salt & Honey!
The Practical Naturalist by Chris Packham
Inspirational, informative, and educational, The Practical Naturalist is perfect for families interested in learning more about their surroundings and looking at their world in a brand new light.
Lab Girl By Hope Jahren
Lab Girl is her revelatory treatise on plant life—but it is also a celebration of the lifelong curiosity, humility, and passion that drive every scientist.
Jellyfish: A Natural History by Lisa-Ann Gershwin
Jellyfish, with their undulating umbrella-shaped bells and sprawling tentacles, are as fascinating and beautiful as they are frightening and dangerous.
Our food choices are deeply connected to climate change. Unbroken Ground, a compelling Patagonia Provisions film directed by Chris Malloy, explains the critical role food will play in the next frontier of our efforts to solve the environmental crisis.
They invite us on a journey through time to rediscover these European territories that we have been sharing with wild animals since the last ice age.
Amadou is a species of fungus which grows on the side of various species of tree and is widely used as a fire as a fire starter.
This butterfly is an example of a very rare phenomenon called bilateral gynandromorphy.
Eco villages are intentional communities whose goal is to become more socially, economically and ecologically sustainable.
Lauren can fit four years of trash into a one-ounce jar!