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An Edible Forest; Four and Half Years Later

Way back in November of 2008, the Knoxville Permaculture Guild held a work party at a guild member’s home in west Knoxville where we planted an edible forest.  Some of the bushes and trees seemed so little an fragile, and … Continue reading

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Slow, Peaceful, Inspirational & Beautiful

My good friend, Craig, shared this article with me today.  It’s picturesque as well as beautifully and simply written…a fantastic example that a few words can convey an important message.  The article addresses so many issues that are close to … Continue reading

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Once Upon a Time in Knoxville

Tonight,  The Pilot Light premiered the movie Once Upon a Time in Knoxville; a movie about Rollo’s Ridge in South Knoxville produced by Fugue State Films.   Rollo is a local icon.  Fifteen years ago, a few folks may have thought … Continue reading

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