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Content in preparation (including discussion of Columbus Day & Indigenous Peoples’ Day)
Help publish the 2017 edition of the Alliance’s annual Sustainable Lehigh Valley booklet, an important outreach to the general public. Update content, edit essays and other written material, contact organizations as needed to gather information, and learn to lay out … more
Can we create a truly just, equitable system? The existing system tends to focus on ‘law & order’, punishment, and incarceration — but when young Black men are being killed every few days, it’s easy to see how far off … more
Thousands of people from over 200 other indigenous nations have joined the Standing Rock Sioux — as have thousands of non-indigenous supporters. The largest camp, Oceti Sakewin, now has several thousand people; the smaller Sacred Stone encampment is slightly smaller. … more
Often thought of as a weed, dandelions are also a rich food source. The common dandelion has bright yellow flowers, greens, and a taproot. Dandelions are though to have originated in central Asia but now occurs naturally throughout the world. … more
The taproot is the most commonly used food from carrots, and while most of these are orange in color, black, purple, red, white, and yellow carrots are also cultivated. Carrots originated thousands of years ago in southwestern Asia and Europe, … more
Mangoes are a tree-born fruit common to warm & tropical regions. (Many varieties grow wild in these climates.) Originated in southern Asia Harvest season in the LV: n/a Growing conditions: Frost-free climate. Like apples, mango trees often do not breed … more