February 15, 2017 It’s an unusual story. A chocolatier who makes religious icons out of rich, dense chocolate. And the result, Sarah Hart adds a little more joy to the world. What’s wrong with that! Here’s a link to the full length version:Artisan Chocolate: A Minister’s Daughter
Kate McMillen of Lauretta Jean’s demonstrates how to make chocolate cream pie using fresh made dough and a filling made from scratch.
The genetically modified grass was called Creeping Bentgrass, ideally suited for golf course greens, smooth, tough and easily cut to a short surface. And, it has escaped into the wild.
Often it is stated that no-till practices which don’t disturb the soil require greater use of herbicides to control the weeds. Not necessarily, as this South Dakota rancher shows.
In this John Hopkins Center For a Livable Future talk, Wendell Berry speaks of natural human limits and the need to respect them.