Why have environmental writers and advocacy organizations succumbed to tunnel vision? Perhaps it’s simply that they assume systems thinking is beyond the capacity of policy makers. It’s true: If climate […]
What a fantastic project. I can relate to these people completely.
January 2017 The first nuts have appeared on the Hazelnuts I planted in 2012. We had a really wet winter in 2016 and I suspect the Hazels benefited. Some plants […]
Today I tested the PH level of a few new and old grow beds using a PH test kit. Due to the fact that I’m growing various types of plants […]
After a three year process of applications, knock backs and re-applications I have been granted some funding to complete planting the final areas on my boundary with native shrubs and […]
After a stifling October November the rain finally came and quenched all life here at Intueri. Everything is blooming and fruiting attracting life and bugs I have never seen before.
“Man is the most insane species. He worships an invisible God and slaughters a visible Nature … without realising that this Nature he slaughters is this invisible God he worships.” […]
When we hear about “localization” these days, it is usual in an economic context. The word brings to mind issues of restoring local economic autonomy, supporting local farms and business, […]
Got my Purple Glenn Garlic out of the ground this week … seemingly just in the nick of time. Bulbs this year are 3 times the size of last years […]
A new study to be published in July, 2014, in the Journal of Environmental Research, found that only one week on an organic diet can cause pesticide levels in adults […]