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Poop to Power: How to Extract Value from Poopy Water

November 26th, 2013 | by Jeff McIntire-Strasburg

Between humans and livestock, we produce an awful lot of poop... and the methods we currently use to deal with all that mess use a lot of energy and clean water. Startup Pilus Energy thinks they have a solution for extracting value from all that messy stuff


The Online Game that Plants Real Seeds: Rainmaker Project

November 14th, 2013 | by Jeff McIntire-Strasburg

The Rainmaker Project has something quite different in mind from the standard notion of an online game about planting seeds and crops: a global community committed to the sustainable exchange and planting of seeds... in the real world. It ain't Farmville; rather, its more like Facebook itself, made up of people committed to expanded landscape of real, live plants, and ideas for cultivating those plants more sustainably


Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Intentional Community

January 8th, 2013 | by Jeff McIntire-Strasburg

Ever think about chucking it all, finding a group of like-minded people, and creating a community that aligns with the way you really want to live? Yeah, we've all considered that... and a few of us, here and there, have actually acted on the impulse. For many, the Fellowship for Intentional Community has served as the resource for learning more about such communities



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