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0 comments   Add a comment   Author:  peakmoment (Oct-12-2009)    Play a Video
Categories: Philosophical & Quality of Life, Population Growth and Control, Sustainable Living

"More Food Here Now" is Jenny Pell's mantra. For this permaculturist, merely sustainable is not enough. We need to be additive — especially with energy descent upon us. How?

She suggests belonging where you live and getting (re)connected to your chain of inputs and outputs. She invites us to to regain skills, especially in food production, and to participate in creating abundance, which is "the only way forward, the only way for the human family to survive." (www.permaculturenow.com)

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Member: peakmoment (Janaia Donaldson) Yuba Gals Independent Media production partners Robyn Mallgren and Janaia Donaldson have been producing local video programs for community access television since 2002.

The Yuba Gals live in rural Nevada City and their business is named for the nearby South Yuba River, a part of the Wild and Scenic river system in California. They live on 160 acres of forest land, in a 1500 square-foot off-grid home using about 10% of the electricity of the average American home (including home office). Their home is heated by a wood stove using deadfall wood from their property. Propane heats the cookstove, on-demand water heater and backup generator (needed only during gray-day periods in winter). Not yet energy independent, but moving in that direction!
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