What’s Growing in One Person’s Yard–Edible and Perennial

These are what's growing right now in Laurie's yard. Most of them are perennial. Only the plants in the raised beds at the end are not. This means that most of this comes up on its own every year. From the start: Mugwort bushes (great for sleeping well and lowering inflammation), wild arugula, edible green Spencer gave her but she forgets the name, raspberry bushes, lamb's quarters, Jerusalem artichoke, sorrel, garlic, blackberries, Egyptian walking onions, close-up of walking onion, bergamot (Bee's Balm), rhubarb, and assorted non-perennial greens under makeshift "greenhouse" of old windows, other side with spinach, kale, Swiss chard, and lettuce.

Season 2, Ep 12: Brian Zahnd, on Seemingly Simple Matters

Spencer and Laurie interview Brian Zahnd, pastor of Word of Life Church, St. Joseph, MO. We discuss why some people decide to break from destructive ideas of faith, like Christian nationalism, and why many don't. We also have a conversation about the church's mission and what its role should be on grave issues like environmental destruction and war. Please fill out this form to be put on the email list for our free newsletter, which lists future Maurin Academy seminars, short series and other events. https://pmaurin.org/newsletter/ Support us on Patreon! https://patreon.com/maurinacademy?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copyLink&utm_campaign=creatorshare_creator&utm_content=join_link

Regenerative Reader Issue 1, Volume 4

Here's our latest newsletter, featuring a short essay from Laurie, Spencer, and Emily on deep understanding and action. Bryant's technological sublime short series begins this Wednesday, April 12 at 7 p.m. US Central Time and will continue for the following three Wednesdays (April 19, 26, and May 3). We hope to see you there!

Regenerative Reader Feb/March 2023

Here's our latest newsletter, with an article from Jakob Hanschu, "‘Live Fast, Die Young’: A Reflection on 24/7 Capitalism and Ecological Arrhythmia" and news about our upcoming classes. Laurie's two session class on Pope Francis's Laudato Si is right around the corner! regenerative-reader-febmarchDownload

Season 2, Ep 6: Current Controversies in Catholicism, An Interview with Suan Sonna of Intellectual Catholicism

This time we interview Suan Sonna—host of Intellectual Catholicism—to talk about the relationship between the Church and State, Aristo-Thomism and natural law. Please fill out this form to be put on the email list for future Maurin Academy seminars, short series, and other events. Support us on Patreon! Dustbowl Diatribes podcast can be found on iTunes, Google... Continue Reading →

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