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New Wrinkles on Getting Old ... or Keeping the F-U-N in Funeral

by Stephen Morris                         1000506 346

In terms of resource consumption, nothing is quite as wasteful as death. Consider that in a typical year cemeteries in the United States require:

830,000 gallons of embalming fluid. 1.64 million tons of reinforced concrete for burial vaults. 90,000 tons of steel for caskets. 30 million board feet of hardwood for caskets. 2,700 tons of copper and bronze.

The Buzz About Bees

by Preston Shea                         1000481 498
Understanding Father Warre's Simple Hive Design

The Resurrection of Cimarron–An Easter Story

by Stephen Morris                         1000478 570

Native American call for global prayers

by Chief Arvol Looking Horse                         1000456 631

Native American call for global prayers in response to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill

An open letter from Chief Arvol Looking Horse, Spiritual Leader of the Lakota, Dakota and Nakota People

Editor's Page--Life is Stories & Tunes

by Stephen Morris                         1000454 638

"Stories & Tunes" is the title of a keynote I gave last year at SolarFest. In the talk I tell a sequence of stories taken from my professional life that illustrate a point about the state of our environment. There's the story of Paramount Pictures threatening to sue me; the story of setting off to visit every American brewery; the story of launching the National Tour of Solar Homes.

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What Does Zero Waste Really Mean?

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Too many people have convinced themselves that the creation of garbage is an innate activity, even a social right!

Onandaga Thanksgiving Address

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Now our minds are one.

Forest Fire No Cause for Alarm

by Robin Respaut                         1000346 591

Within just a few days of the fire, new shoots of green were pushing up through the ashes. In some ways, the blaze may have been good for the woods.

Active Prayers for a Healthy Planet

by Karen Speerstra                         1000407 591

Two invocations from Green Devotional

review: The Outside Story

by Stephen Morris                         9122 590

Northern Woodlands Magazine produces a bi-monthly blend of deft writing, stunning natural imagery, and muddy-boots practical information...

Goldsworthy's Stone

by Marshall Glickman                         1013 559

The subtle power of Goldsworthy's sculpture comes from the way he enhances natural objects

Finding a Forester

by Stephen Morris                         1052 507

If you are looking for a consulting forester, start with the Yellow Pages under Foresters. Ask friends and neighbors with timber connections or experience.

Strangely Like War: The Global Assault on Forests

by Marshall Glickman                         1010 454

a passionate and thorough yet concise treatment of the politics and economics of industrial "forestry"

How to Re-imagine the World

by Stephen Morris                         1000032 388

How to Re-imagine the World bills itself as "a pocket guide for practical visionaries."

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Sweet Days Almost Upon Us

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Consulting Foresters

by Stephen Morris                         1051 278

The Vermont Book of Days :A Father/Daughter Project Takes Off

by Stephen Morris                         1048 228

Fear Factor Vermont!

by Stephen Morris                         9102 213

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