Monthly Archives: September 2015

Some good news on the water front

Two articles in particular caught my attention this week, not closely related except in being about water. One is about some changes being tried out in how water rights are being handled in Colorado, that will make the “use it … Continue reading

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Perception of landscape

There’s a really cool article in the Smithsonian magazine, The True Story of Kudzu, the Vine That Never Truly Ate the South. It talks some about how kudzu got its start, and got intentionally spread, as well as how the … Continue reading

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More on groundwater connections

Earlier this summer, I found some great information about how surface waters (streams, lakes, etc.) and groundwater (aquifers, etc.) affect one another; I summarized some of that here. Something I don’t recall was mentioned in my source for that was … Continue reading

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Pre-sale and subscriptions for the Gods&Radicals Journal

If you would like to pre-order a copy of the first issue – or copies of the next two issues – you can do that right here. We made our basic funding goal in a matter of a few hours, … Continue reading

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Cities’ watersheds

The most typical modern way cities handle rainwater is to direct it to some kind of underground pipe system, and direct it out and away from the city. In some cities, there is only one sewer system, which carries both … Continue reading

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