The construction of a new chicken run and hot compost pile as we batten down for winter.
I’m sitting in the middle of a field, alone but for a Ford F150 hitched to a cart holding 200 neatly stacked bales of hay. Rolf had finally rolled his ancient tractor out of earshot down the hill and the field fell silent. For most of the afternoon, the sounds of the field had been […]
Two years ago, I quit a good job for a strange reason: climate change. Concerned that we are leaving a ruined, hostile planet for future generations, I began writing about the climate and hosting dinners with friends and family to talk about what climate change means for everyday people. And while this article goes out to the […]
Yes, I’m talking to you – the generic douchey-looking white guy in slacks shouting at the marchers at this weekend’s People’s Climate March.
As promised here is my next article (albeit a bit late)… I want to start you off with something positive, an example of what we can accomplish when we all work together. The Problem: The construction industry is the problem. Wait, didn’t you just say the construction industry to the rescue? Why yes I did. […]
DoNotReply@fcc.gov <OpenInternet@fcc.gov> 11:16PM (11 hours ago) to me Dear Consumer, Thank you very much for contacting us about the ongoing Open Internet proceeding. We’re hoping to hear from as many people as possible about this critical issue, and so I’m very glad that we can include your thoughts and opinions. I’m a strong supporter of […]
It has been some time since our last post, so I thought it would be good to check in and explain what’s been up and what’s coming soon…