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    We Are Each cook knows his own pot best Generating food for ourselves is a political act. We   maintain sovereignty and sufficiency by doing so. . . Weather References What's in short supply ain't people any more. It's   nature. Fun

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These pages are dedicated to the critters in the Mink Hills/Warner River watershed and to all the other creatures in our world.

"If we squander our fossil fuels, we threaten civilisation; but if we squander the capital represented by living nature around us, we threaten life itself." Small is Beautiful, E.F. Schumacher

When you go to Martha Stewart to find a recipe, and you discover it's World Environment Day and 
Europe and India are banning "single-use" plastics, you know you are not as environmentally aware as you think.

It's not enough to be BPA-free any more when the oceans are hosting floating islands of plastic and species
are disappearing.


Garden is growing so quickly I could have harvested some arugula before buying some at the store!

Arugula and Greens. . .

and . . .Garden Spot struggles to keep up with Mother Nature.

Vote with your pocketbook. . .
American Made   Buy American

. . . not with your mouth.

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. . . If all the beasts were gone, men would die from great loneliness of spirit, for whatever happens to the beasts also happens to man.  All things are connected. . . .     Chief Sealth in letter to President Franklin Pierce

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