Quakers and Sustainability

About what Quakerism as a way of life and movement can contribute to transition through social turbulence created by energy scarcity, climate change, and social injustice.


I'm still here, not posted

I have become too involved in a relocation decision, which is my response to sustainable living, namely start trying to do it.
Not much to say for now.


At 5:50 PM, Blogger DJEB said...

I'd love to see some updates on your work when you have time. I'd also like to get back down there and help implement things after things quieten down for me.

I don't know where you are with the greenhouse, but I think that if I were doing one now, I would put in a tirewall on the back and sides. Concrete blocks you pay for; tires you are paid to have delivered to your site.


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At 8:15 PM, Blogger Ian Graham said...

Still here, not posting anything. though lots happening at the farm since I arrived Sept 2007. DB, thanks for your encouraging comment. I'll email offline.


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