UCLA Archive of Healing
I was reading this article and thought I would share the resource to anyone who may be interested as well. https://archiveofhealing.com/ I like to read the old stories of healers and will probably fall down another rabbit hole with this one.
Food Tank Summit on Stopping Food Waste
I just registered. This looks pretty interesting.
Essential Oil Safety book
Does anyone use or is familiar with the Essential Oil Safety book by Robert Tisserand and Rodney Young? It looks good but is expensive if you get the hard copy. Are there other less expensive comparable resources? I've taken some essential oil classes and know the safety basics and am always looking to learn more just not…
National Phenology Network says it's Spring in US
....despite the nasty weather we've been discussing today. I just found this site, just beginning to explore it. But these maps showing the spread of springtime by various indicators are fascinating.
Some Reading for a Rainy Day
We all probably know about the Foxfire books, but I just came across a Missouri version called Bittersweet--same idea, high schoolers in the 1970's out interviewing old timers to record their knowledge of the old ways before it was gone, but in the Ozarks instead of Appalachia. All ten volumes are free and available online…
Free copy of Paul Wheaton's book, April 14-18, 2021
Paul Wheaton, the master permaculturist, just put up a link to his book, Building a Better World. It will be free to anybody who wants a copy of the ebook version for four days, or as the site says, for the next 109 hours and 27 minutes from now (8:45 PM Central Time, April 14)