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  • “Uncompromising Wildness”

    Jon Mooallem, from the NYtimes, wrote a fascinating article about training wooping cranes to migrate through costumes and ultralight planes. He raises some pointagnt concepts about re-introduction, particularly on the increasing dependents of human interaction for a species survival and the extent we have become involved to protect “conservation-reliant species”. ” Having disrupted natural fire […]

  • Eating yr neighbors fruit.

    Anything free has a little risk in it, so Urbanedibles.com has a hefty warning sign. But they’re a great resource for portland residents to find local produce that is left unused. If you catch it right, it could be fresher then those apples from new zealand…

  • Repackaging Nature

    Great interview with phillip ross on rhizome. His current projects include a long-term effort to grow a large building out of mushrooms, and a new, ongoing salon (“Critter”) at the Studio for Urban Projects, a unique cultural center opened in 2008 by Alison Sant and Marina MacDougal. Ross describes the studio as “a collective of […]


This is the archive for February, 2009.



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