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Green Fire Times 2010
Three Challenges to Sustainability, An Interview with Winona LaDuke, Northern New Mexicans Share Agricultural Knowledge at Terra Madre 2010, New Mexico Acequia Association Celebrates 20th Annual Congreso, New Mexico Acequia Association’s Declaration of Core Values, Moving Arts Española, Cabañuelas: Jewish and Mayan Meteorology Traditions Combined, My Own Garden: Bringing Nature Indoors, Kidnapped by the House: Affordable Housing, Land, and the Green Imperative, The Local Voice: Don’t Cry for Me, Local Economy, From Polluter to Conservationist: The Calvin Hildebrand Story, Santa Fe High Takes Strong Strides to Go Green,Energy Newsbites, ChemRisk Says Río Water from Buckman Project Is Safe,San Augustín Plains ‘Water Grab’, Newsbites, Clean Tech Economy Report Released by Green Jobs Cabinet, Everyday Green: Green Gifting, What’s Going On!
Building a Local Living Economy, Whatever Happened to the Angelou Plan?, Destination Marcy Street, Reflective Images, Financing Green Businesses, Strategies for the Green Economy, Linking: Inventing and Incubating, What’s in the Slow Money Sausage? Making Local Food Your Daily Bread, All Española Valley Chile is Related, The Last Greens of the Season, Integrative Conservation, The Carbon Ranch, Newsbites, Everyday Green: Giving Thanks, What’s Going On!
Going Green, Being Local Ahead of The Green Business Curve, NM Film Is Not Hollywood; It’s Tamalewood, The Farm to Restaurant Project, A Recipe for a Healthy Community, BALLE Hub Networks and Community of Practice, Santa Fe Youth Food Cadre, Our Local Economy’s Most Valuable Resource, Everyday Green: Culture and Economies, Convide: A Sustainable Philosophy, Finance For Food & Farming in New Mexico, La Montañita Co-op’s New Grassroots Lending Project, Time Banks: No More Throwaway People, Can Western Women Save The World? The Local Voice: Where I Come From, Santa Fe Community College: Deep Greening, Jump start New Mexico’s Economy: Transition to Clean Energy, What’s Going On!
Better is the New Bigger — An Interview with Doug McDowell, Green Building Overview, Architecture for Humanity, Homewise: Green and Affordable, Kidnapped by the House (part 5), Earthships Biotecture, Active Versus Passive in Rainwater Catchment, Before You Go Off-Grid, Everyday Green: Preserving Food, La Abundancia del Jardín Rizo: The Bounty of the Garden, My Own Garden: What’s Bugging My Squash?, Santa Fe Institute 2010 Global Sustainability School, Learning La Vida Verde: Education for Sustainability, What’s Going On!
Pueblo Self-Reliance, Sustainability & Agricultural Revitalization, Tesuque Farms: Reviving Agricultural Traditions, The Indigenous Sustainable Communities Design Course, ¡Sostenga! Woman, Nature and the Sustainable Feminine, Hopi Tutskwa Permaculture, “Indigenuity” at the Institute of American Indian Arts, Poeh – The Path to Creativity, The New Energy Future in Indian County, Ohkay Owingeh Housing Renovation Project, Green Remodeling at Ohkay Owingeh, Renewable Energy Projects at the Pueblo of Jemez, Sacred Power Corporation, Hózhó: Restoring Land, Community and Culture, NM Greenhouse Emissions Caps Hearing to Continue, Climate Change: Two Views of What’s Next, Community Learning & Social Development (part 3), A Challenging Garden Season, The Redstone Declaration, What’s Going On!
Earthstone/Growstone – Restorative Green Technology, Plastic Bags – Weapons of Eco-Mass Destruction?, Everyday Green – Affordable Organic, My Own Garden – Crop Rotation, Newsbites – Affordable Housing Development, Kidnapped by the House (Part 4), New Mexico’s Last Great Hostel – Abominable Snowmansion, American Solar Energy Society National Conference, Gadgets & Humans – Steve Baer Commentary, Green Wheels Can Save Green $, Who Filled the Electric Car?, Solar Newsbites, New Mexico Leads in Growth of Green Energy Jobs, Community Learning and Social Development (Part 2), What’s Going On! – Events/Announcements.
The Blue Economy – Gunther Pauli, Permaculture Credit Union’s Tenth Anniversary, Every Day Green, Sustainability At Home, Sustainability Week, Green Remodeling, High-Tech View of the Past, Albuquerque Solar Projects, Kidnapped by the House (Part 3), Immigration Policy March, International Workers Celebration, Community Learning and Social Development, Resolana for Children and Families, Green Careers, Dreaming New Mexico’s Weather, Immigrant Farmer’s Initiative, Sostenga Garlic Festival, A First Time Garden, Change in How People Care for the Environment, High Tech View of a Meaningful Past, What’s Going On?
Water is Life, The Tale of Two Cities, 2010 Sustainable Santa Fe Awards, United Communities of Santa Fe County, The Potential of a Green, Local Economy, Transparency in County Government, Protect Our Public Lands, Renew Santa Fe, Touring a Green School, Why Use Green Building Materials?, Affordable Housing, Kidnapp ed by the House (part 2), Dreaming NM : Agro-Ecoregions, Dig and Eat Local, Only Healthy Soil Grows Healthy Plants, What’s Going On! and more…
The 2010 April edition of Green Fire Times includes the following articles: Kidnapped by the House, A Call for Holistic Climate Policy, The NM Emissions Cap Petition, Excerpted Testimony of Paul R. Epstein, A Clear Alternative to Cap and Trade, Earth Works Institute Community Projects, Be Dense: Embracing Urban Green, Homebuilders – Remodelers – International Green Ideas Show, Not on Price Alone, What are Green Building Materials?, Solar Rights 2010, Solar Inverter Wars, Report from the Global New Energy Summit, Dreaming New Mexico – Agrifood Facts, Agricultural Collaborative Keeps it Local, An Agrarian Primer for the 21st. Century, Build a Small Green Business, My Own Garden: Get Growing, Earth Week Events, What’s Going On!
The 2010 March Edition of Green Fire Times, “Dreaming New Mexico – An Age of Local Foodsheds & A Fair Trade State” is now available on newsstands throughout north central New Mexico, On-line at our website, and on “hand-held” devices such as iPhones, Blackberries, Droids, etc!
The 2010 March edition of Green Fire Times includes the following articles: Dreaming New Mexico: Local Foodsheds & A Fair Trade State, Farmers’ Markets – The Public Face of Local Food, Improving Children’s Health and the Farming Economy, The Landrace Peppers of NM and Familia, Save NM Seeds Coalition and the Farmer Protection Act, Paternity Suits and Native New Mexican Peppers, Genetically Engineered Alfalfa in NM, Cuatro Puertas and the Arid Crop Seed Cache, Corrido del Chile Nuestro, La Guerra de los Chiles, Sostenga! The Value of our Food System, Awake to Change with Scott Pittman, North and South Come Together to Teach, My Own Garden – Compost Black Gold, Children Explore Farm Food, Newsbites, Desalination: More Issues Emerge, Toast Pancakes & Waffles: Off-Grid Design & Loads, Biofuels for World-Record Driving Attempt, What’s Going On!
40 Pages, 18,000 copies printed.
Needed: Sustainable,Scientific, Integrity-Based Energy Policies, Renewable Energy Development in NM, PNM Files New Portfolio Plan, Commentary on PNM Agreement and Renewable Policy in NM, SF County Renewable Energy Financing District, Dreaming NM: The Restoration Economy, Energy Efficient Building Retrofits, Toast, Pancakes and Waffles: Planning for Off-Grid Living, Newsbites, What Ever Happened to “Reduce and Reuse?”, Green Energy, Ecosystems and the Wild, Water – Another View, Small Scale Desalination in Tularosa, Gourmet Delights for Pollinators, Good Jobs / Strong Economy, What’s Going On!
The 2010 January Edition of Green Fire Times, “Expanding Green Vision,” is now available on newsstands throughout north central New Mexico (and online!)
The 2010 January edition of Green Fire Times includes the following articles: Responses to the “Green Heretics” articles, The Lines and Circles Project, Environmental Justice – Dreaming New Mexico, Biofuels, One Day at the Climate Conference, Water: Why Care?, Congreso de las Acequias, 2012 and Beyond: The Imperfect Storm?, Container Gardening for Small Spaces, Sostenga: Tools for Sustainability, Newsbites, What’s Going On!, etc. 32 Pages, 18,000 copies printed.