Awakening In The Anthropocene

Awakening In The Anthropocene

 A long and dangerous slumber  A recurring motif in our popular mythology is that of an enchanted sleep or dangerous slumber. Beyond  Snow White and Sleeping Beauty, variations on the theme appear in classic mermaid tales where sailors are lulled to their final sleep;...

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Mayor: “No such thing as sacred rocks.”

Quoted from Maui News article 2/19/17:"Mayor Alan Arakawa is coming under fire from social media and elsewhere for saying in a televised “Hawaii News Now Sunrise” interview Friday that “there’s no such thing as sacred rocks.”In discussing Maui County’s removal of...

Petition to stop sand mining

From Maui Now article:http://mauinow.com/2017/05/03/video-rally-against-sand-mining-of-maui-dunes/Mining of sand dunes containing Native Hawaiian burial sites is still happening in Central Maui, despite protests.

Perennial Greens Workshop

One of the best things I did last year was treat myself to a class on perennial edible greens. The class was given by Jenn Evans at the Haiku `Aina Permaculture Initiative (HAPI) in Haiku. Jenn did a superb job of introducing us to seven plants, their cultivation and...

‘Auku ‘u

A very still night here in Pukalani, with no breeze, and little sound, was just livened up by the sharp cry of an approaching `auku`u, a black-crowned night heron. It cried out once as it approached, again when just about overhead, and once more as it trailed off. The...
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