Talkin’ About Toxins

All aboard my train of thought …

I’m thinking about the (really fun, eager-to-accept-more-participants, free-snacks-equipped) art production afternoon for next week’s hearings on natural gas infrastructure toxic emissions. And since these will probably not be the last hearings on air pollution from natural gas emissions, we’ll be adding striking visual statements to our permanent armentarium.* […]

This Is How Good Things Happen

South Church in Dobbs ferry is digging up their front lawn and putting in “an edible, perennial, medicinal garden labyrinth.” It’s part of a local movement that’s about climate change, food justice, permaculture and feeding the hungry. I’m here because they’ve connected today’s project to Bill McKibben and, an organization that’s “building a global […]