Slow Food Huron Valley is hosting the perfect event for the indecisive local eater this weekend: CSA speed dating.
Delicious bounty ready for you weekly
Many of you may be familiar with… speed dating, but CSAs? CSAs or Community Supported Agriculture is a way to connect growers to eaters. Physically, it [...]
Divest Music Video! What: The first public informational meeting of the Divest & Invest Campaign at the University of Michigan – to divest all university money from fossil fuel stocks, funds, and direct and indirect investments. Who: The Divest & Invest Campaign is a student/faculty/community coalition of: Ann Arbor 350, Students for Clean Energy, [...]
Calling all current and soon-to-be seed enthusiasts!
Did you save more seeds than you could ever use? Did you perhaps go a bit mad at the end-of-year seed sales?
Then the Seed Swap is for you!
Come see what you can exchange your extras for with other gardeners! [...]
Updated Friday, January 25, 2013 The biggest environmental rally EVER is happening in D.C. on President’s Day weekend. You definitely want to be there. Even though this kind of thing is physically exhausting, it’s inspiring and way-past-due. Travel and transportation are definitely big carbon guzzlers, but this is Important. So we decided to do some [...]
Now Playing at the Michigan Theater
FROM ICE: PORTRAITS OF VANISHING GLACIERS, BY JAMES BALOG. © JAMES BALOG/EXTREME ICE SURVEY.
Live organ music set the mood for a classic theater experience. Images deserving of art gallery walls come alive and dance before my eyes. And a story of a charming, passionate photographer, James Balog, devoted [...]
Press Release – “Do the Math” November 12, 2012
Oakland — Today the International Energy Agency released its World Energy Outlook and confirmed estimates that the overwhelming majority of known fossil fuel reserves (75-80%) will have to be kept in the ground to avoid 2 degrees Celsius temperature rise. 350.org founder Bill McKibben, who is [...]
Hurricane Sandy brought surprising destruction to millions on our northeast coast, and it is an unmistakable sign of climate change. However, followers of scientists and activists in the climate movement are hardly surprised. This summer, Bill McKibben proposed in an article in Rolling Stone that math also has something to do with our increase in natural [...]
Maria Gunnoe is the 22nd recipient of the Wallenberg Medal, awarded to outstanding humanitarians whose actions on behalf of the defenseless and oppressed reflect the heroic commitment and sacrifice of Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who rescued tens of thousands of Jews in Budapest during the closing months of World War II.
My Fellow SNREds and I posing for a photo in between tasks (Note: the tomato carnage)
So many of the principles and themes I have explored thus far in my coursework in the School of Natural Resources and Environment and “work-work” at the Ecology Center has been about place. When you know the landscape [...]