New Places, Down the Block

Reluctantly stepping out of the dark house into the burning August sun, after a lazy Sunday morning, I mounted my trusty red bicycle and headed south down 7th street towards the Smithsonian. There is a wonderful gallery of Spanish armour circa 1400-1600 or so in the NGA. The instantly recognizable echo of brass and bassContinue reading “New Places, Down the Block”

The debates rage on, but not on this hot August Sunday in DC

The Secretary of State debriefs after a marathon of meetings with African leaders and citizens, the President defends health care reform at town hall meetings across the USA and takes his family to Old Faithful (what is more “American”?), and interest groups spend tens of millions of dollars battling each other for the hearts andContinue reading “The debates rage on, but not on this hot August Sunday in DC”

Grass Roots beta. Redefining a generation of the community greenhouse

View Larger Map Located on the hundred year old Miller farm, nestled between Rush Lake and Buchanan Lake outside Ottertail, Minnesota, the family run Grass Roots Greenhouses has redefined itself in a new location and with a new mission. The retail site has “come home,” now inseparable from its organic plant production, reducing waste andContinue reading “Grass Roots beta. Redefining a generation of the community greenhouse”