It is encouraging to see others follow my lead, with more letters to the editor about industrial agricultural practices, like those currently taking place outside my door on Bristol’s Sixth Line. In the words of Wendell Berry, “We need many more skilled and careful people… Read More »NEEDED: Small farms; Big ethics.
Original article published In Otter News, March 24, 2021 NGO, Ottawa Riverkeeper has been hard at work building a series of recommendations for what needs to be included in a new nuclear waste policy that meets international standards. They are on the cusp of making their submission… Read More »Canadians Deserve World-Class Nuclear Waste Policy
An online poll has been launched in both French and English for residents of Quebec’s L’Outaouais region to work together to shape a world-class land use policy that will affect how we address climate-change, species diversity, flood prevention, soil and pollution run-off for the next… Read More »Public can weigh in on new Wetlands/Water Plan
Building plans for our home with a small eco footprint and a “work where you live” philosophy, is the result of 20 years of research. The house design is shaped by the principles of Feng Shui, passive solar and natural building. When finished, we’ll have… Read More »A Low Impact House Project