"The tragic reality is that very few sustainable systems are designed or applied by those who hold power, and the reason for this is obvious and simple: to let people arrange their own food, energy and shelter is to lose economic and political control over them. We should cease to look to power structures, hierarchical systems, or governments to help us, and devise ways to help ourselves." - Bill Mollison

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Edible City Grow the Revolution (with Joy Moore and others)

The "Joy Moore" clip everyone commented on has been updated to include the entire video it came from now that it is available.:)

23 comments:

denimflyz said...

It is a joy to see a smiling face and a heart to love what she does.
Great post this morning.
Have a wonderful weekend.

Buttons said...

Long time no see Mr. H nice to see you back or me finding you again I am not sure which:)
Joy Moore certainly lives up to her name she is truly a Joy to listen too with her knowledge and her wonderful way the the young people in explaining what is truly important in this world. Great video Mr. H I am glad I have high speed and finally watch them. Worth the wait. B

George said...

It is good to see a teacher with such enthusiasm. Teaching nutrition in school is such a good way to get people on a healthy track. Thanks for the link.

Elizabeth said...

I was so happy to see you posted. Hope all is well with you and your family!!
Peace and Raw Health,
Elizabeth

Lynn said...

Wouldn't it be something if kids started out in First Grade with a half hour a day in the school garden? And wouldn't it be something grand if Garden Class continued to grow and develop so that the food-nutrition-health relationship would be taught hands-on until they graduated??!

Love Joy's attitude and her perspective. She gets it.

Nice to see you popping out from the woods to share this joy-filled video with us!

Dani said...

What a lovely nature Joy has - thanks for sharing her important work with us.

I've missed you...

Mrs. Mac said...

If more and more young people make the connection between the land, food, and health in their formative years .. just think how school lunches would have to change :)

Sylvie in Rappahannock said...

Mr. H - a most happy, healthy and peaceful new year to you and your family. I certainly miss your ever so informative posts. I can only hope that you aren't posting because there are too many things to do!

All the best

Mr. H. said...

Hello Sylvie - We are doing great, just straddled with a slow internet connection for the time being. Hope 2013 is a fantastic year for you as well.:)

WeekendFarmer said...

Happy New Year Mr.H - Hope you get good internet back soon!! We want new photos : ). See you soon.

WF

Mr. H. said...

WeekendFarmer - A Happy New Year to you and your family as well.

Bee Happy Farm said...

Miss your posting. Hope all is well. You guys are such an inspiration. Love reading you blog!

Motherella P said...

Thank you so much for this blog. You are a true inspiration and I learned so much through this blog. Peace.

Lindsay said...

I have to say, I really miss your posts. Hope all is well.

Anonymous said...

Missing you Mr H and sending good wishes your way

A Farmstead Pilgrimage... said...

Been thinking of you both, and hope all is well!

Blessings,
Kris

Anonymous said...

Mr. H.
Hoping all is well with you and yours. not blogging myself any more; but sure miss reading yours. Be well!
Deborah

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Sylvie in Rappahannock said...

Happy 2014, Mr. H. I am thankful you kept the site up: it is such a remarkable resource. To a great growing year, a abundant harvest and a full pantry!

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It is a informative post , thanks for sharing

Jennifer said...

really miss reading this informative blog.... :-(

Trees Planet said...

All the people are working in the garden. And they looking so wonderful Thank you for sharing great video.

roysfarm said...

It's been long time since you have not posted any new post.

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