Wildness: People and Nature

Please see this video on ‘wildness’ from my first college university about original instructions, indigeneity, etc in mountains of Southern Colorado.  Great example of biomimickry, ecological services, relationships, in lak ‘ech, etc.

Devon Pena describes the ‘water democracy’ of the Acequia people.

Another video on wildness from Mistinguette Smith of the Black Land Project.

Enjoy!!

Pancho

More Info:

Visit Devon Pena Environmental and Food Justice Blog at https://ejfood.blogspot.com/

Read this article on Black Urban Farmers by Devon Pena  https://foodfirst.org/food-justice-in-the-city-report-on-the-black-farmers-and-urban-growers-conference/

The book in the featured photo can be found at: http://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/W/bo25680984.html

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Dr. Jifunza Wright is a family physician and an organic farmer who has been using food as medicine for decades.

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