Edenville. Climate Change.

This excerpt from Slate magazine is one that the citizens of Edenville should pay close attention to. Check it out: Why Should Evangelical Christians Care About Climate Change? By Chris Mooney Climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe, an evangelical Christian, has had quite a run lately. A few weeks back, she was featured in

What is Sustainable Living?

Sustainable living is the practice of reducing your demand for natural resources by making sure that you replace what you use to the best of your ability. Sometimes that can mean not choosing to consume a product that is made using practices that don’t promote sustainability, and sometimes it means

Edenville. Where’s Your Tree?

How we tell our stories maps the vast terrain of expression in our quest for sustainable art practices. My interdisciplinary work and practices are shaped and informed by the creative, in partnership with cultural inquiry, race/gender and social identities, through divergent storytelling styles. Art, education, social justice, identity, nature, and

Edenville News. Food Systems.

The staggering number of food and farm workers who have died from Covid-19 has laid bare the Trump administration's disastrous policies on food and farm issues. President Trump's failure to provide these workers with protections from the coronavirus was the latest bad decision that made our food and the people who

ASR News. Amazon Fires.

  Three Things to Know About the Fires Blazing Across the Amazon Rainforest The latest fire forecast from the European Union's Copernicus satellite. (Copernicus EU) By Meilan Solly - smithsonian.com - August 22, 2019 Since January, a staggering 74,155 fires have broken out across Brazil, the country’s National Institute for Space Research (INPE) reported

Edenville. Baked Broccoli Cheddar Tots.

By Beth via Budget Bytes Got Holiday leftovers? Ha! Of course you do. Silly question. I have to admit that one of my favorite parts about Thanksgiving is coming up with new ways to use all the leftovers. Because let’s be real, it’s tradition to make more food than it’s humanly