Turn Your Garden into a Certified Wildlife Habitat

Turn Your Garden into a Certified Wildlife Habitat

For those of you wanting to commit further to helping the ecosystem, consider certifying your garden as a haven for ...
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Nature & The Nervous System

Nature & The Nervous System

Nature is life, and nature is rhythm. Co-evolved and co-evolving with plants, animals, fungi, bacteria, weather, water, and all organic ...
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Dark Night of the Soil: Restoring the Human-Humus Relationship

Dark Night of the Soil: Restoring the Human-Humus Relationship

"'Imagine a conference not on the Future of the Humanities in the Capitalist Restructuring University, but instead on the Power ...
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Kinky Roots: What Tree Transplanting and Trauma Can Teach Us

Kinky Roots: What Tree Transplanting and Trauma Can Teach Us

One of EFTE’s values is “plants are people too;” but lately, I’ve been thinking of it also as “people are ...
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Teaching Climate Change

Teaching Climate Change

Sherrilyn Billger, PhD and Andrew Smith, PhD will present two companion pieces at the Next Earth: Teaching Climate Change Across the ...
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Spotting the Spotted Lanternfly

Spotting the Spotted Lanternfly

Have you heard about the latest insect invaders? They reproduce in very large numbers, and swarms can cover entire tree ...
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What we eat matters

What we eat matters

What we already know The majority of food available to us is heavily processed and shipped long distances. Conventional produce ...
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Why "eating for the ecosystem"?

Why “eating for the ecosystem”?

I started Eating for the Ecosystem because I am determined to change what we grow and how we grow it ...
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What is a conscious consumer?

I’m guessing you’ve heard the phrase “vote with your dollars.” Every time you spend money on a product or service, ...
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