Gardens and Ranchers et al
Some Thursday links for your all:
Slow Food Nation's Victory Garden is complete and it's beautiful. And Alice Waters talks up the street food section of the event.
But can edible gardens save our broken food system? Check out this very interesting article from one of the people who had his lawn transformed by artist Fritz Haeg's Edible Estate project. He says that "to repair the broken system that supplies the bulk of the nation's diet will require Americans to step out of the garden and into the public arena."
A Montana environmentalist spends the day with some ranchers and opens her eyes to the threats that ranchers are facing out west.
Check out the new "Eco-tube" and watch a video about you can reduce energy use in your home.
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