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May
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2020

Articles About community solutions

  • Local food conference to return

    Soil scientist Bob Hendershot taught a session during a land assessment workshop held at the Agraria Center for Regenerative Agriculture last summer. Hendershot, whose career was with the Natural Resources Conservation Service, will return for a local farming conference organized by the Tecumseh Land Trust and Community Solutions on March 15–17. A free talk by farmer Renee Winner on how to transition to organic agriculture will kick off the event at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 15. (Submitted photo by Amy Harper)

    Successful farm-to-school programs. Stories from local farmers coping with climate change. Strategies for turning conventional farms organic. Those topics and more will be explored at “Growing Green 2020: Investing in Conservation and Local Food,” a joint conference of the Tecumseh Land Trust and Community Solutions.

  • Mary’s Way— A new trail to Agraria

    A new trail will connect Yellow Springs and Agraria, Community Solutions’ center for regenerative land use located west of the village.

  • Suns past and present

    Summer’s long gone, but the seed head of a large sunflower was still beautifully intact — and observing its own shadow — at Agraria this week.

  • Swearing in public

    New Village Council member Laura Curliss was sworn in at Council’s first meeting of the year on Monday, Jan. 6, by Yellow Springs Mayor Pam Conine.

  • Community Solutions conference— Hope in regenerative practices

    But messages of efficacy and hope, which can get lost in crisis turmoil, are at the heart of a three-day national conference Nov. 1–3 in Yellow Springs.
    “Pathways to Regeneration: Soil, Food, and Plant Medicine,” presented by the locally based Arthur Morgan Institute for Community Solutions, will offer alternative ways of thinking and acting.