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Nee Kee Nee: Urban Park Stream Revived!

Feb 16, 2024

In a south St. Louis city park created in Victorian times, Indigenous culture, native plant ecology and 21st century engineering are newly united in a southwesterly flow. Tara Morton, Community Engagement Manager for this project's urban someplace, Tower Grove Park, shares the story of Nee Kee Nee, a riverine revival.

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Jan 5, 2024

Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) offers indigenous wisdom to "conventional" society, where responses to issues like climate change and biodiversity loss need all hands to work together.

      

Cathy “Cat” Techtmann serves as a University of Wisconsin-Extension Environmental Outreach State Specialist....


Dec 1, 2023

From his personal relationships with the organizations we know as Forests (where Collaboration AND Competition thrive), Jo Pang helps good health flourish in human orgs, specifically those focused on "social good." 

         

The work of Culture Wise, Jo's enterprise, supports organizations who envision a more...


Nov 1, 2023

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Oct 12, 2023

"What's going on in that bucket," wrote the great enviro-spiritual guy Wendell Berry in The Work of Local Culture, "is the most momentous thing I know, the greatest miracle that I have ever heard of: it is making earth.” Here in St. Louis, New Earth Farm brings that moment right to you - as an affordable,...