Selective Focus: Permaculture

In an age of dire news the term “permaculture” may seem optimistic. Still, what might have been the province of raving hair-shirts not long ago now looks to be among our sanest alternatives to hegemony. Permaculture is an organizing principle of practices that assert systemic, creative approaches to the reuse of natural resources to sustain both people and native animals on a local scale. The Arrowhead is fortunate to have a concentration of people at the forefront of this movement, and the attached links are well-worth following.

Next week’s theme will be “memorial,” but let’s look at that more broadly: think of  anything, anyplace, and anyone we choose to remember, and how we do so. Send your unwatermarked, signature-less images by Wednesday at 11:59 p.m to tim @ perfectduluthday.com — 1000px at their largest dimension — along with title (if any), and URL of your website, Facebook page, Tumblr, or Flickr stream.

Josh Horky

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Eric Ament

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Eric Ament

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Joel Headley

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Kirsten Aune

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Kristin Stuchis

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Annie Dugan

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Annie Dugan

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Francois Medion

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Richard Hansen

about 7 years ago

You might be interested in this. Playing on Friday, June 5, at Teatro Zuccone as part of the Duluth Superior Film Festival. Sponsored by Whole Foods Co-op.

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