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The Longest Now

Sustainability, ecology, future focus
Tuesday September 30th 2008, 6:05 am
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Here’s wishing an auspicious autumn to every one reading.  As the cycle of retting, drying, baling, disking, planting and growing renews itself, take a moment to consider the environment around you, and what you would like it to be like fifty years from now.

Appropedia are organizing an open sustainability camp out in California (where better?) in two weeks.  Take a look at their plans, tell your friends near SF; they need a few volunteers for the event.  And take a moment, in this post-harvest season, think about what you can do to improve the ecology around you, now and for the next few hundred years, in your neck of the world.  Appropedia also have a fantastic new logo and portals in a few languages — check out their site if you haven’t been.

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