Tag: "human ecology project"
Health, food and our planet alongside my love of animals are at the heart of everything I do on a daily basis. Since I was old enough to remember, my love of food and cooking has brought me the greatest joy. I became interested in... read more »
We should all be concerned about climate change, future pandemics and the devastation that we see globally. Past climate changes led to extinction of many species, population migrations, and pronounced changes in the land surface and ocean circulation. The speed... read more »
I believe that it is by the actions of individuals and families that change happens. Therefore, I strongly support the ethos of starting with whatever you have right now that will create change. It can be as simple as sowing a seed in a... read more »
What we eat is one of the most important relationships we have to the environment. It seems that we have forgotten that simple fact. Food is often seen as something manufactured and not a product of nature. We want to shine a little light... read more »
Food historians tell us the history of soup is probably as old as the history of cooking. The act of combining various ingredients in a pot to create a nutritious, filling, simple to make meal was inevitable. Healthy and healing soups are part of the cooking traditions... read more »
Ancient wisdom for modern times has never been needed more than right now. Mother Earth is a common representation of our planet that focuses on the life-giving and nurturing aspects of nature, the source of every life. As women, we are the nurturers of human... read more »
No one really knows when humans started cooking their food, but one thing is sure: every culture did it. For over a million years we have been learning the magic of food and fire. It doesn’t matter if you live in the frozen north... read more »