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Description:index Lichen June is a Writer, Director, Producer, Educator and Stuntwoman. Her book, Wild Magic: Celebrating the Earth Throughout the Year, has been praised as, "Inspirational" and "Fun" with "Crysta is ranked 25408406 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $2,503. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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index Lichen June is a Writer, Director, Producer, Educator and Stuntwoman. Her book, Wild Magic: Celebrating the Earth Throughout the Year, has been praised as, "Inspirational" and "Fun" with "Crystalline texts." Take a look inside the book. You can catch a glimpse at future writing projects here. Below you can read her whimsical review of Neil Gaiman's, Blueberry Girl, and her latest published piece about living soil and the necessity of sustainable agriculture. As a director and producer her favorite work was on co-producing the Portland production of Howard Zinn and Anthony Arnove's, Voices of a People's History. Accidentally getting work as a stuntwoman in the New Zealand Film and Television industry led to an extraordinary adventure that is being turned into a book, but you can an early look inside the "stuntee" journals here. For more information about Lichen June, her other projects, and frequently asked questions click here. "It is no measure of health to be well-adjusted to a profoundly sick society" - J. Krishnamurti "We live in a technological society that creates many illusions of reality... it's the most irresponsible behaving entity that ever lived on this planet. This civilization is not about responsibility, it's about guilt, sin, blame and aggressive bad behaviour. That is the shadow world... The real world is about fulfilling our responsibility to life." - John Trudell Blueberry Blessings For Your Wild Child, a review of Neil Gaiman and Charles Vess' Blueberry Girl, by Lichen June Lovers of art and lovers of whimsy, lovers of words, the magical kind this is a review for a Blueberry Girl a tale from Neil Gaiman's mind A book filled with prayers and hopes for a child to guide and watch over her play to protect her from troubles and woes of all kinds add kindness and delight to her days Words can be blessings, words can be curses when spoken with the firmness of truth Neil's words have intent, filled with love and bright purpose to protect a child's trust and her youth Lovers of dreams, lovers of nature lovers of mysteries told this is a rave for a Blueberry Girl for teaching her to be brave and be bold The pictures are beautiful, vibrant and strong watercolor to dazzle the eyes the verses enchant the young and the old at turns graceful and really quite wise Buy this book for your loved ones to grow on to imagine, share and inspire to teach the dance of great joys and deep sorrows the balance her life will require Lovers of sunlight, lovers of starlight lovers of “shadows that fall” this is rejoicing that Blueberry Girl is here to be enjoyed by us all Thanks Charles Vess for your love of the natural Neil Gaiman for your love of this child you've both interwoven vast talents to create a present most wondrous and wild Truth is a gift we must find for ourselves “precious and rare as a pearl” but it comes just a little bit easier now with a gift like the Blueberry Girl Gardens and Micro Farms are Cost Inefficient and Fail to Feed Society by Lichen June People keep telling me that gardens and micro farms are cost inefficient and fail to feed society. Sometimes this information is delivered loudly and firmly with great emphasis on profit, and great personal attachment to the idea of its being true. There are a lot of myths and misconceptions about how modern chemical agriculture feeds the world. This is to be expected because so few people are even beginning to understand the complexity of the relationships between bacteria, fungi, and plants that create living soil. Less than 1% of the organisms in living soil have been identified and named let alone given any study for us to begin to grasp their roles. This frontier is just opening up in science right now. The reason it wasn’t studied earlier was the myth that NPK: Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium, were all that was needed to grow plants. Modern agriculture is balanced entirely on this myth. You can grow plants that way for a number of years, so long as you can afford the fossil fuels to do it and you don’t mind the lack of nutrients in your food, however, there are two catches. The first catch is that the N, P, and K are stabilized in salt and watered into the soil. A normal plant in healthy soil chooses which nutrients it needs from a long, long list and does starch exchanges at the hair root level with the bacteria and fungi who are dealing in that necessary nutrient. Plants have no choice but to drink water. So, when NPK based fertilizers are applied to the big mono crops, the plants are force fed those fertilizers through salt and watering until they become so bloated (more pounds = more money) that they are like beacons for pests, fungus, and weeds. Then comes the second catch. The farmers must throw on massive amounts of pesticide, fungicide, and herbicide to try and help their very weak but large crops survive what would have been their natural demise. Think about that for a minute… The companies that are creating and profiting from crops that attract pests, fungus and weeds, are also profiting from the sale of pesticides, fungicides, and herbicides to manage those problems that they exacerbate. All of these poisons kill the living organisms in the soil. Those living organisms were there ready to not only feed current plants, but also to continue doing the exchanges that would create the food for future plants. (Not to mention all that living soil does for us in carbon sequestration.) Nutrients in the soil are finite when the soil is dying/dead. In fact even with nutrient rich soil, if you don’t have the right pH and combination of living organisms to do the exchanges with the plants, those nutrients are as unavailable to the plants as if they were locked away in a safe. So, eventually, the only way to yield a crop is by moving to new ecosystems and fresh living soil somewhere else that hasn’t yet been depleted and killed. Well, that is the only way other than growing your crops in ways that encourage rather than kill that soil life, in ways that help plants grow strong, healthy, and nutrient dense year upon year. Fossil fuel issues aside, modern farming can only move over to the next field so long before all the soil is dead. Game over. Big chemical agriculture and GMOs can only continue so long as more and more cash is thrown in and more and more soil is killed. So the problem is not that chemical agriculture is just unsustainable from an eco friendly perspective, it is literally unsustainable, and leaves us with soil unable to grow food without high inputs. It is magical thinking to assume that science even has the time to solve this collapse of billions upon billions of different living relationships in the soil that have barely begun to be studied. When Cuba lost access to fossil fuels in the early 1990s people began to starve. In desperation, everyone, everywhere began growing food. They survived precisely because of the emergence of gardens and small farms. This story is detailed in the d... Whois

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