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Job Announcement: Boulder Cultiva CSA Farm Manager at Growing Gardens

Growing Gardens of Boulder County has announced an opening for a Boulder Cultiva CSA Farm Manager.  This is a unique opportunity to manage a CSA on zoned agricultural property in the heart of Boulder, at an organization that interfaces with many members of the community through community gardens, volunteerism, gardening and cooking programs, CSA and… Read More »

Adam Brock guest editor for Permaculture Design Magazine issue #98

Watch for the November issue of Permaculture Design magazine: #98, Decolonizing Permaculture.  Adam Brock of The GrowHaus guest edited this issue.  Adam’s work on people patterns can be viewed at his website, People & Pattern, which is also the working title for his upcoming book on a pattern language of invisible structures. P.S. You can… Read More »

In The Spirit of Thanksgiving: Gratitude

Really happy to see articles like the following making their way into The Wall Street Journal: Thanksgiving and Gratitude: The Science of Happier Holidays Read on!

Diploma Information from the Permaculture Institute of North America (PINA)

From Sandy Cruz of High Altitude Permaculture:   PINA — the Permaculture Institute of North America — officially launched its organization and began accepting members in late August at the North American Permaculture Convergence.  Much more about this new professional permaculture organization, including membership details, may be found at: PINA is a professional organization designed to support… Read More »

Community Harvest Fest, Oct. 1, 2014, 4-7:30pm

From Growing Gardens in Boulder: COMMUNITY HARVEST FEST! Wednesday, October 1st 4pm – 7:30pm 1630 Hawthorn Ave It’s fall on the farm and the 2nd annual  Community Harvest Festival is brewing at Growing Gardens – Boulder’s favorite urban garden located in the heart of the city, easily accessible by the local bike path. The festival… Read More »

Stream Restoration & Debris Removal Grant Applications Due 7/1/2014

From Colorado Department of Natural Resources: Stream Restoration & Debris Removal Grant Program Guidance Now Available Funding has been made available through Senate Bill 14-179 to the Stream Restoration Grant Account within the Flood and Drought Response Fund for watershed cleanup and stream restoration in areas affected by the September 2013 flood.  Both private and… Read More »

2014 Neighborhood Agriculture Grant

From Branch Out Cider, LLC: Branch Out Cider, LLC is pleased to announce the 2014 Neighborhood Agriculture Grant.  Grants up to $500 will be awarded to support neighborhood agriculture projects — such as planting some apple trees, sharing a compost bin, front yard gardens, etc.  To apply for the grant, please visit: The company… Read More »

A Passing View of Ivanpah Solar Thermal Farm

On our drive, about 45 miles past Las Vegas and just over the California border, the massive Ivanpah Solar Thermal Farm came into view.  It was extremely bright, and steaming, with over 300,000 mirrors, or heliostats, that track the sun over the course of the day and concentrate the sunlight onto three, 459-ft towers.  At… Read More »

It’s Springtime in Springdale, UT

On our way out to Permaculture Voices, the crew was delighted to have an overnight in Rockville, UT.  Waking up to a gorgeous morning in Zion National Park… who could ask for anything more?  We saw many garden farms and small animal husbandry operations along the road into Springdale.  It’s springtime in Springdale, with all… Read More »

2014 Planner from Earth Guardians available now

From Robin at Regenerative Lifestyles: Regenerative Lifestyles is dedicated to helping spread awareness about awesome opportunities to help the Earth, the People and Share the Wealth!  Every month we will be offering an event, a workshop, movie, or even a Permablitz!  Looking forward to the new year full of great community building happenings! Now available! … Read More »