Dirtvangelism

I was sitting on a bench with a cup of coffee in Golden, Colorado's historic district, a short run of blocks dressed up as a small, thriving western town. The funny thing about so many western towns is that, no matter how nice, clean, groomed, and styled they are, the natural landscape is still usually... Continue Reading →

Wizards #6 – Rachel Carson

It's not hard to make a case for Rachel Carson as the face of the modern environmental movement. Soft-spoken and publicity shy, she nevertheless served a lightning bolt of truth against the eco-poisoning practices of modern farming and natural habitat management and demanded deeper levels of scrutiny of the chemical industry and its effects on... Continue Reading →

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