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Book Review: In Earth's Company by Carl Frankel Book Review: In Earth's Company by Carl Frankel
by Libba Pinchot
Book Review: On Good Land by Michael Ableman Book Review: On Good Land by Michael Ableman
by Michael Ableman
ON GOOD LAND: The Autobiography of an Urban Farm by Michael Ableman
YES! But How? :: Heirloom Seeds, Moth Ball Alternatives, Non-toxic Cleaners YES! But How? :: Heirloom Seeds, Moth Ball Alternatives, Non-toxic Cleaners
by Annie Berthold-Bond
Heirloom seeds, moths, non-toxic cleaners for tile paneling and bathtubs.
What You Can Do To Build a New Economy
by Sarah van Gelder, Alison Roberts
resource guide, what you can do to build a new economy
Letter From the Editor
by Sarah Ruth van Gelder
Patch Adams
by Russell Schoen
What a disillusioned pre-med student learned from a wacky doctor's serious dream
A Civic Economy
by Jonathan Rowe
Civic Economy - the economy as a social system, human interaction value as a social product
Y2k Green Steps
by Paloma O'Riley
some no-regrets tips and suggestions you can do now that will make your home and community more sustainable
Menominee Forest Stewardship
by Jerry Reynolds
As the largest single tract of virgin timberland in Wisconsin, the 218,552 heavily forested acres of Menominee tribal land are bound to stand out.
MAI Free Zones
by Tracy Rysavy
Multilateral Agreement on Investment (MAI) in terms everyone can understand- while telling you what's at stake for your community
Thanks To 1998 Supporters
by Fran Korten
The Post-corporate World
by David Korten
Over the nearly 600 years since the onset of the Commercial Revolution, we have as a species learned a great deal about the making of money and we have created powerful institutions and technologies dedicated to its accumulation. But in our quest for money, we forgot how to live.
Appalachian Kitchens: and other stories of the economies of place
by June Holley
Football fans in Wisconsin, Appalachian chefs, Mexico City's poor, Finnish villagers, and west coast fishers -- all are creating economies unique to their cultures and eco-systems
Indigenous Voices
by Berito Kuwar U'wa
Banking on Earth, Light, Water by Berito Kuwar U'wa of the U'wa People -- Buddhist Self-Reliance by Tuenjai Deetes -- Eco-Justice in the Niger Delta by Oronto Douglas
Ownership Matters
by Ted Howard
When workers own a bank, when a town provides high-tech infrastructure, when non[rofits go into business - these are enterprises that sustain communities and empower employees.
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