Tangled Roots

Well, the robins are back in full force, singing their wisdom to those who have ears and I’m busier than ever.  It looks like there is no sign of slowing down, this is great!

I’ve moved my onions and leeks outside, but I can still cover them at night.  I know we may still get some cold, cold weather, so I am progressing cautiously.

A few of the alliums before the big move

I wanted to share with everyone an exciting project a friend of mine is working on.  It is a book of interviews on the topic of ecological justice, healing and decolonization.  Here is the website… healing the earth press.

Matt is also fundraising to cover some of the costs of publishing this book.  You can check out this site if you are interested in ordering an advanced copy and/or to help with the fundraising campaign… http://www.indiegogo.com/TangledRoots?a=502467

A little more about the book, in the author’s words…

Tangled Roots is a book of interviews examining important yet marginalized intersections of social and ecological issues. Bringing together some of the most powerful interviews from five years of Healing the Earth Radio, this book breaks down barriers between subcultures and social movements, and seeks to educate, engage, and inspire.

Some of these interviews take a critical look at our world today – examining the ongoing legacy of colonialism in North America, the destructiveness of industrial civilization, the ecological impacts of agriculture and the telecommunications industry – others talk about healing emotional trauma, deconstructing conventional scientific paradigms, and repairing the earth, and still others urge us to take action to stop injustice and protect our earth before it’s too late.

Here’s a link to a short video about this work…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DNlVQ7Fry5U&feature=player_embedded

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