Banking on Hard Woods

This quiet wooded sanctuary, mostly unmodified by human activity, stands beautifully as a testament of economic restraint by the farmer who owns them. The marketable fortress of timber spend their seasons drawing life from the […]

Saturday Reading (vol 2)

Slow food is becoming an established ethic. Also happy to see thoughts concerning slow-fashion, and slow buying: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/14/business/bargain-hunting-frenzy-threatens-traditional-department-stores.html?_r=2 http://nymag.com/thecut/2016/06/history-of-terrible-yogurt-commercials-for-women.html http://www.mensjournal.com/features/articles/the-legend-of-yosemites-dope-lake-w209503

Saturday morning reading (vol 1)

Here is a list of content that we think is worth reading from the last week. Next time you find yourself sitting around eating blueberries you will blow the minds of your fellow blue berry […]

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Place of the ingredient

There is a significant difference in the work those who truly care about what they are doing apposed to those who only wish to sell you something. For the second year we were welcomed as guests to The Southerners […]