What could be more vital? Caring for our forests, caring for and protecting the next generation…
CATCHING AND STORING WISDOM FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS
by Steve Gabriel
I was fortunate to take a twisty path through my college years; I attended a wide array of programs around the country and overseas that really opened my eyes to various perspectives and approaches to earth repair, which I came to realize also called for the healing of social relations, too. As a college student in the early 2000s, I struggled with two aspects of my emerging personality; one was the desire to spend time outside as much as possible in my life, and the other was my increasing awareness of environmental destruction and its devastating implications. As many young people at that age, I felt a bit daunted and helpless at the situation; how was I to do anything to make any change in the world?
During that final year of completing my degree at Empire State College…
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Hi, I like your post. I recently finished an post on storing food. I love to make my own meat for New Year!. I will be creating a fun dessert to go with it. The children will be on holiday and I am sure they are going to enjoy it.
Can I request folks to consider planting nut & maybe even fruit trees. Because I’ve been hitting the pecan trees in our local Walmart & I now have more than half of a 18 quart tub now. Everybody is getting pecan stuff for Xmas since a very kind person planted them decades ago. That really helps me because I’m a fixed income.