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In an effort to create a culture of independence, networks of people are emerging across the world — diverse in character but unified in an effort to minimize their communities’ reliance on the imperfect and often destructive systems that sustain human life on Earth.

In an effort to create a culture of independence, networks of people are emerging across the world — diverse in character but unified in an effort to minimize…

Shocking Facts about Factory Farming vs Sustainable Farming - The Urban Ecolife | The Urban Ecolife

Shocking Facts about Factory Farming vs Sustainable Farming

What Farm-to-Table Got Wrong - NYTimes.com we need a “nose-to-tail approach to the farm” #ag

What Farm-to-Table Got Wrong

Interesting article about supporting small farms in a "nose to tail" approach, not just cherry-picking the most marketable crops.

You don’t need a large outdoor plot to grow all your food, for many edible plants all you need is a sunny spot inside. An indoor garden can produce nutrient-rich

How To DIY Aquaponics - The How To DIY Guide on Building Your Very Own Aquaponic System

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Berkeley, CA Enjoy whole grain pizza baked on the spot! Participate in a seed swap! Ask the Experts: Grain expert Bob Klein, urban farmer Novella Carpenter, & more Sustainability Series i… Click flyer for more >>

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How To Compost Like A Boss

This handy infographic on How to Compost provides a compelling case as to why you should consider composting and teaches you handy tricks to reduce composting time.

If you look, you could find medicine in your backyard. Practice identifying them now because there may come a time when you need them.

10 Medicinal Herbs In Your Backyard

If you look, you could find medicine in your backyard. Practice identifying them now because there may come a time when you need them.

The Locavore's Handbook: The Busy Person's Guide to Eating Local on a Budget, by Leda Meredith.

The Locavore's Handbook: The Busy Person's Guide to Eating Local on a Budget by Leda Meredith

Americans have more stuff and more space for that stuff than ever before. Is it possible to scale back?

Why we need to live with less [Infographic]

Living With Less infographic - To connect with us, and our community of people from Australia and around the world, learning how to live large in small places, visit

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Lexicon of Sustainability: Fallen fruit

Since their first map in people around the world have shared their discoveries by mapping the “fallen fruit” in their communities. This Fallen Fruit Movement allows people to rediscover their own backyards turning urban foraging into a treasure hunt.

If Money Rules the World, Who Rules the Money?

Green Money If money rules the world – who rules money? A case for complementary currencies In the late seventies, environmental- as …

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