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A Citizen-Powered Energy Grid in 2009: A Case Study in Geothermal by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living The following is an excerpt from The Citizen-Powered Energy Handbook: Community Solutions to a Global Crisis by Greg Pahl. It has been adapted for the web. Luther College, loc ... Read on »
A Congressional Plug for Wind Power by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living From The Browser , a site that is “creating a 21st century library of Writing Worth Reading”: One of their sections is FiveBooks , in which an editor interv ... Read on »
A Conversation with Gene Logsdon by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living Author Gene Logsdon appears to be picking up steam as he rolls into his ninth decade. He has developed a prolific body of work as a writer, novelist, and journalist on ... Read on »
A Conversation with Slow Food’s Josh Viertel by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living From The Faster Times : When Josh Viertel took the helm at Slow Food USA in 2008, the organization had a reputationat least in this countryas a club for ... Read on »
A Conversation With Winemaker, Farmer, Author Deirdre Heekin by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living Named one of the  best wine books of 2014 by The New York Times , Deirdre Heekin’s An Unlikely Vineyard  takes readers on a journey of learning how to grow wine in the ... Read on »
A Decade of Wall Street Hubris by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living MSN Money presents an overview of the ups and downs (mostly downs) of a decade of Wall Street hubris. They lied, they cheated, they traded their way to wealth and glory while ... Read on »
A Different Take on the Supreme Court Ruling by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living By Kevin Ellis Kimbell Sherman Ellis, LLP It’s always great when an event throws the usual (and boring) left vs. right equation off its moorings. Such is thi ... Read on »
A Few Reasons Why Vermont’s Economy Is Better Off Than Other States’ by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living I had a feeling Vermont wasn’t getting hit as hard as other parts of the country. This article from Vermont weekly Seven Days proves it. One example: we have the lowest rate o ... Read on »
A Field Day with Gene Logsdon by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living Reposted from the Rodale Institute. Organic pioneer, farmer and author Gene Logsdon welcomes Susie Sutphin to his farm and talks about farming as art, 16 ... Read on »
A Fine Mess: Kuttner on Obama, McCain, and the Evolving Bailout Plan by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living The following article is by Robert Kuttner, author of Obama’s Challenge: America’s Economic Crisis and the Power of a Transformative Presidency. Support for the Paulson plan c ... Read on »
A Grain Raising Book That Will Keep You Up Nights by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living “Did you know that you can grow sufficient grains to feed your family and many of your animals all year on less than an acre of land with just a few hand tools?”—Hank Will, Gr ... Read on »
A Grass-Roots Newscast Gives a Voice to Struggles by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living  This article was shared by The Media Consortium, about fellow member organization, Democracy Now!. It was first published by the New York Times , where you can ... Read on »
A Guided Tour Through Sepp Holzer’s Permaculture by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living If you’re a permaculture practitioner, you may know Paul Wheaton as the genius and webmaster behind the forums at permies.com a fantastic resource if you’ve never ... Read on »
A Healthy Debate on Sustainability May Be Less Healthy Once the FDA and the UN Become Involved by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living By David E. Gumpert Vermont farming vista courtesy of www.revealedpresence.com. What exactly does it mean to be farming sustainably? I’ve always assumed it means that you’re ... Read on »
A Hot Time on the Old Plate Tonight by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living WALL STREET JOURNAL REVIEWS CHASING CHILES! Chasing Chiles: Hot Spots Along the Pepper Trail by Kurt Michael Friese, Kraig Kraft, and Gary Paul Nabhan, was r ... Read on »
A Hummingbird Mother’s Day by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living By Sy Montgomery Mother’s Day always gave me pause. I loved my mother. I was grateful for all the dreary sacrifices she made until finally I grew up. I n ... Read on »
A Life Lesson Learned In Medical School by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living The following article was written by Maggie Kozel, author of The Color of Atmosphere: One Doctor’s Journey In and Out of Medicine . It appeared originally on the ... Read on »
A Life Sentence: Norway’s Sustainable Prison by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living A prison on an isolated, icy patch of land, surround by miles of freezing water—and no guards? If you’re like me, right about now you’re thinking of the frozen prison planet w ... Read on »
A Look Back at 2014: Our Top 10 Blog Posts by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living As we look back on the year almost finished, we’ve started to take stock in what our community has found most useful to them. If it’s one thing (or two) we know about o ... Read on »
A Man Apart: Remembering Bill Coperthwaite’s Radical Life by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living A Man Apart is the story part family memoir and part biographyof Peter Forbes and Helen Whybrow’s longtime friendship with Bill Coperthwaite ( A Handmade Life ), whose ... Read on »