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Sports, Abortion, Job Security: Women's underempowerment is limiting progress in other areas.

I read a great article (http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/afghanistan_53276.html) from UNICEF that talks about how young women playing sports feel empowered in their communities. I love it.

Of all the missions so far on Evoke I think empowering women is the most important, simply because I think it is a limiting factor to the accomplishment of the others (food security and financial security, ect...) I remember… Continue

Posted on April 13, 2010 at 4:46pm

Candle lit Spring feast !!

In April 2020 I will be rolling up some beeswax candles. We will light the candles and go down to the lake and we will put the candles on little boats and watch them float away to celebrate Spring !! I have always wanted to do that and never have, so there is no better time than the future to float boat beeswax candles in the lake.

As far as power goes, we will have to walk or ride bikes down to the lake, or perhaps use our electric cars that are all the rage in 2020. We will power… Continue

Posted on April 7, 2010 at 5:36pm — 2 Comments

Pedal power generator !!

I came across http://www.pedalpowergenerator.com, at this site they have free plans for building a pedal power generator. I have always wanted to have one in my home; maybe plugged into my t.v. or something like that. It doesn't seem to be that hard but I am unfamiliar with the electrical language of watts and amps and such.

There are also many people with DIY wind generators. Again it seems to be tougher than my current skills can… Continue

Posted on March 31, 2010 at 2:10am

Garden Lunch 10 years in the furture.

I have been eating a bit less lately because this time of the year the preserves are running low and there is not much to pull out of the ground. However, the eating will be delicious this afternoon because we just pulled up some parsnips we planted last winter and collected eggs from our chickens. We boil the parsnips and I pick some chives and other early herbs which I dice and sprinkle over the parsnips. I then scramble the eggs over our wood stove. My partner arrives with a basket full of… Continue

Posted on March 29, 2010 at 3:30pm

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At 8:59am on May 7, 2010, Gabriel Martin said…
McDonough is a great idea for a hero, he has an amazing Keynote from 2009 on Youtube, check it out when you can. Peace ^_^

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Stinging Nettle

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