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I quote: General Mills is granting $650,000 to nonprofit organization Kiss the Ground to support farmer training and coaching through Soil Health Academies, where growers will learn how to increase farm profitability, build resiliency into the land and decrease input costs using soil health practices. “Investing in soil health and regenerating our soils has numerousContinue reading “Congratulations to Kiss the Ground and their Partnership with General Mills!”
There are just so many Earth-based and Soul-based opportunities, gatherings and circles that I am going to start keeping track of some of them here, as I just don’t know how to otherwise! I find these to be such important initiatives for our times. We all need access to these teachings. What does it meanContinue reading “So many Amazing Earth Wisdom Opportunities”
I repost “Find Your Warrior Archetype, Sisters: We are in the Fight of our Lives” by Trelawney Grenfell-Muir from this week’s post at feminismandreligion.com.
In a forum, we were asked: What would I do for the Earth in regards to climate change? This was my answer! In short, I have 3 answers! First I ask Her (per biomimicry). What would Nature do about climate change? What is She doing? … is more accurate. Do we know what we are really addressing,Continue reading “Thoughtful Thursday: What Would I Do?”
We ask: “In what way has life constructed me perfectly for what I am meant for?” (www.purposeguides.org/). Taking first steps can be scary. We way overthink it. This little guy shows me what it feels like when we make it through and find what we are made for.
I LOVE what Melissa Breyer has written in this blog, originally published at treehugger.com. Tsundoku is a Japanese word for the practice of piling up books to save for later … even if you’ll never actually read them. Ha, ha, ha. I love it when a word shows up for a behaviour that some think I’m crazyContinue reading “Tsundoku”
For those honouring the week long phase of darkness before solstice and the full moon. “Out of this darkness a new world can arise, not to be constructed by our minds so much as to emerge from our dreams. ⠀ : Even though we cannot see clearly how it’s going to turn out, we areContinue reading “Thoughtful Thursday: Joanna’s Corner”
Happy day friends. It’s Sunday – maybe you have a day off from your income-making labor, maybe you’re home with the kiddos working more than usual since they have no school, or maybe it’s a day you have all to yourself – whatever is before you, I have a word I’d like to share with…