Planting Guide for 2015

Written by Staff

This planting guide reflects some of the changes occurring in the city garden. With the rise of raised beds, intensive planting, vertical gardening and no-till methods, planting charts of yesteryear are less useful.

Tax or Tithe?

Written by Alexandra Karl
Published in Regulars & Shorts

Church vs. State at UMOCA
--reviewed By Alexandra Karl

Earth Day

Written by Staff
Published in Regulars & Shorts

Earthday Book Reviews

Editor's Notebook

Written by Greta Belanger deJong
Published in Regulars & Shorts

The mortification of almost dying.
--by Greta Belanger deJong

Environews

Written by Amy Brunvand
Published in Regulars & Shorts

Environmental news from around the state and the West.
--by Amy Brunvand

From Asia to Your Backyard

Written by Katherine Pioli

Long before Jesus turned water into wine, perhaps as far back as 9000 BP, humans were making and drinking beer, or at least something similar. The brew has seen changes. Crack open a beer from 10th century England or 12th century Germany, for example, and most drinkers would immediately notice something missing. Hops. The rhizome first sprung up in central Asia over 10,000 years ago. By piecing together ancient folklore, we can trace human cultivation of the crop as it left Asia and moved into the area now known as Romania, where is was considered a delicacy and eaten much like we eat asparagus today.

Metaphors for the Month

Written by Suzanne Wagner
Published in Regulars & Shorts

There are times to be safe. Now is not that time.
--by Suzanne Wagner

The Mountain Accord

Written by Jeffrey Mathes McCarthy
Published in Regulars & Shorts

Opportunity now.
--by Jeffrey Mathes McCarthy

Pimp Your Plot with Permaculture

Written by James Loomis

Over the last few years, permaculture has emerged from the obscurity of the ecological underground to become the buzzword of the times. This is welcome news, as this design philosophy has the potential to change the trajectory of our global civilization. This could mean a switch away from our current habit of squandering resources, and a move towards what my crew likes to call regenerative hedonism.

Shall We Dance?

Written by Amy Brunvand
Published in Regulars & Shorts

Steampunk Cinderella: A ballet and an opera, too, at the Universtiy of Utah
--by Amy Brunvand

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