A Permaculture for Plants and People

After spending some time doing a work exchange on an up and starting permaculture farm run by quirky, fearless, one-of-a-kind Elizabeth Medgyesy, author, Hannah Arin, is brought to a new understanding of the give and take shared between herself and life’s own ebbs and flows.

The Coarsening Yet Hope of the American Mind

Kirk J. Schneider argues that, if we are to change politics in the U.S., we must shift from the polarized mind––”a fixation on a single point of view to the utter exclusion of competing points of view”––to a more flexible mode of thinking.