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Great Wisdom from an Elder - Wendell Berry: Poet and Prophet

Two of my heros of the earth steward movement are Thomas Berry and Wendell Berry. Bill Moyers

was fortunate enough to have a sit-down interview with Wendell Berry and here is the full interview. Great Stuff!

Wendell Berry: Poet and Prophet from BillMoyers.com on…


Added by Bruce Weaver on October 9, 2013 at 1:35pm — No Comments

Church Of The Earth - Video

Many years ago I come across a hard to find book by Robert De Ropp - Church of the Earth The ecology of a creative community - it was writings based on Robert  leaving the life of a scientist and going back to the land to grow his own food and develop an experimental community. It was more than just living on the land it was about experimenting on a deeper level with community living and working with…


Added by Bruce Weaver on September 20, 2013 at 6:45pm — No Comments

Pizza Hippo Opens Season at Putney School Earth Day Celebration

Hello hello!

What a gorgeous week we've been having here in southern Vermont!

It's also only five days until Pizza Hippo opens the season at the Putney School's Earth Day celebration.  The weather is supposed to be less than stellar on Sunday, mirroring last year's auspicious start.  Hopefully we'll have more cloud and less rain!

It will be an amazing feat when we set up Sunday morning, though.  Svetlana, our 88 Volvo Pizza Wagon,…


Added by PizzaHippo on April 17, 2012 at 6:10pm — No Comments

Movers & Shakers: The Many and Brave of Bicycle Food Delivery

As Spring is fast approaching (I swear....), I can't help but reflect on all of the men and women connecting people to local food, decreasing our use of carbon, and all this on wheels.

When I met Ed Weymouth, the…


Added by Cara Rosaen on April 29, 2011 at 10:00am — 1 Comment

Earthly Eating

Happy Earth Day Everyone!

If you really stop and think about it, all the ways that we interact with our food (growing, raising, packaging, distributing, cooking, consuming, composting, digesting, landfilling, and more) have a huge collective impact on our planet. Over the decades since the first Earth Day…


Added by Cara Rosaen on April 22, 2011 at 11:54am — No Comments

Earth Stoves: Disco Day Relics Still Useful

Introduced by Earth Stove, Inc. of Tualatin, Oregon in the 1970's, Earth Stoves were innovative in that they were airtight, had a large wood capacity and thermostatic control. Early Earth Stoves are easily recognized by their signature orange and… Continue

Added by el vigilante on January 17, 2011 at 7:08am — No Comments

Build your own outdoor Earth Oven for under $30

(The following post is about our experience making a cob oven. We built in the middle of the summer and that presented a multitude of problems. But today we fired it up and it worked and we are getting ready to have homemade pizza for lunch. So it does work. The construction details have been trimmed back a bit. However, feel free to contact me for more detailed instructions on how to build an Earth Oven that costs less than the 24 beer bottles I used in construction.)

I… Continue

Added by Andrew Odom on November 13, 2010 at 9:30am — 2 Comments

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