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Seed saving adventure at The Oak Tree!

Resourceful CSA member Ray has saved the first Oak Tree seeds: from the few broad beans plants that survived last winter. They are obviously pretty vigorous as we had an almost 100% germination rate, and the young plants are now … Continue reading

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Solstice thoughts

I’ve been composing this post in my mind for weeks. Today, the day after the shortest day and the longest night, seems like a good time to write it down. The solstices are a significant time for me as they … Continue reading

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Peak Oil and Dmitri Orlov

I’ve been reading Dmitry Orlov’s book “Reinventing Collapse” and watching him online. He is an interesting guy, and manages to get scary ideas across with a fantastic sense of humour. His theory, which sounds pretty credible to me, is that … Continue reading

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