Eco

Posted by admin on January 13, 2014 in Eco
We know that environmental change is inevitable.  Certainly, man erects superstores in the suburbs, and paves paradise for the proverbial parking lot. Sometimes, though, it’s harder to detect when a “natural” habitat is not natural at all - when invasive species of plants have been introduced and overrun the native plant life. Returning the land to its “pure” state, then, requires killing...
Posted by admin on July 11, 2013 in Eco, Nourish
We are very happy to welcome back Joel Salatin to the Speakeasy at Wanderlust California to discuss the challenges of today’s farming system and the way to “feeding the world.”  Salatin, owner of Polyface Farms in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, is a third generation organic farmer who is a key contributor to revolutionizing farming and how we eat.  In a recent interview with Reno press,...
Posted by Guest Scribe on July 6, 2013 in Eco
Cover Photo by Ali Kaukas It’s about Connection Wander as we will, there is one place we always call home. We are all citizens of Planet Earth, and we each have a responsibility to protect and preserve our precious home and to honor and respect our dear Mother.  For many who attend Wanderlust, the weekend is a welcome opportunity to connect-with our higher selves, with each other and with...
Posted by admin on May 14, 2013 in Eco
“It is true that changing your life today means lowering your risk for tomorrow.”  In her talk, "Think Pink, Live Green", Dr. Marisa Weiss arms women with the knowledge and strategies to reduce the environmental risks that cause breast cancer.  In her talk, she revealed the somewhat-staggering statistic that only 10% of breast cancers are caused by inherited genes. Attendees left her...
Posted by Guest Scribe on April 22, 2013 in Eco, Nourish
by The Heart Growers "What can I do?"  It's a question that we all ask ourselves at some point.  You may even have read sustainable farming leader, Joel Salatin, posing the same question recently in his Guest Scribe post here in the WanderlustJournal.  Many people have spent the better part of their lives asking that same question, and if there is one thing that we can all...
Posted by Guest Scribe on April 4, 2013 in Eco
"What can I do?"  Perhaps the most common question people ask me, this simple request is filled with angst and hidden perceptions.  Often a sigh accompanies the question, kind of a resignation to the power and position of the current food and farming paradigm.   Often the question indicates a the hopelessness of a single person fighting city hall.  When we look...