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Tag Archive for: ecolution

Q&A With Angela Dawson, 40 Acre Co-op

There are significant gaps in capitalizing and sustaining farmers in my community, and a co-op structure helps fill the huge gap.

Talking About Healthy Ecosystems

I really hope we realize that we cannot wait for some catastrophic event to respond.

Tapestry: What makes a healthy ecosystem?

Food. Water. Care. For once, let justice start there.

Kathy Draeger: From Urban Center to Rural Remote

“This has been a grand adventure in farming, family, and community. Our goals included land and habitat restoration, clean energy, carbon sequestration, and healthy free-range kids."

Then and Now: Environmental Activists

Over the years, Minnesota Women’s Press has talked to many environmental advocates. A lot has changed since our first conversations with them — and a lot remains the same. From the perspective of a climate activist, how are we doing?

Regenerating a Garden

Katsiaficas created a book of artwork, "Survivors," which reflects on the fire’s physical and psychic aftermaths of destruction and regeneration.

Betsy Damon: Defender of Water

"Everyone is still embedded in the false idea that they will always have access to lots of water."

Weeds, Words & Wisdom: An Intergenerational Conversation

We put three of our favorite environmental activists and policy advocates in the same virtual room together for a conversation. Here is what former Rep. Karen Clark, Women's Environmental Institute co-founder Jacqueline Zita, and sustainable agriculture student and activist Priscilla Trinh talked about in June 2021.

Statewide Conversation: Ecosystems, July 21

Some of the participants in our July 21 conversation circle about Healthy Ecosystems

Expanding Conversation: Mother Tree (part 2)

"Our success in coevolution — our success as a productive society — is only as good as the strength of these bonds with other individuals and species."

Juneteenth Messages

Two compelling Juneteenth messages

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Minnesota ranks seventh in the country for wind energy generation, which in 2020 accounted for 22 percent of the state’s total energy generation.