Independence Days #3

I’m following along with Sharon Astyk’s “Independence Days” project, which started a couple weeks ago. It’s a “10-week exercise [that] builds community, accountability and solidarity

LINK FEST: 14 DECEMBER 2021

Links that may or may not be related to gardens, food, travel, nature, or heterotopias and liminal spaces but probably are. Sources in parentheses. 1

OCTOBER 2021 IN PICTURES

Walks & Sights … in New Hampshire Thirteen walks this month on trails, plus more in town, imprinting the scents, sights, sounds, and sensibility of

Field Trip: Shelburne Farms

On this late fall day I have some time to look back on a trip to Shelburne Farms and Shelburne Museum, two separate places but

Wednesday Vignette: Golden Blanket

Ginkgo biloba trees — which have been around for 270 million years, have no living relatives, and can live individually for 3,000 years — lose

Wednesday Vignette: New Words, Old Medicines

I’d never heard of Vitamin G until today, but Eudigolbin, a product in the historic apothecary at Shelburne Museum in Shelburne, Vermont, lists it. Turns

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