One of the bright spots in the whole peak oil and climate change narrative is that a pronounced relationship to nature may be returning to the Western world after too many years of alienation from the land, seasons, and cycles of life.
It’s been our pleasure over the last 15 months to bring you stories of back-to-the land movements in film reviews, recipes, community gardens, urban homesteading, and the low-tech work of our farmer friend Steven French in Tasmania.
Everybody loves to eat. And stories about how we can all be more healthy, connected to our communities, and foster our own resilience through food and farming helps make the daunting side of peak oil and climate change seem manageable. Our brightest hope for a low tech future might come through thinking about food security, and then creating it.
And that can be fun because it means eating!
From farm to fork, we know that food is comfort in uncertain times.
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Thank you and we wish you a Joyous Season!