Is it really “sustainable” to spend millions of dollars and consume fuel/resources (human, powered, or otherwise) to “re-create” nature? At what point did we decide that a certain landscape should remain in that desired state forever? Are many of our coastlines really any more natural than a grown-over parking lot
Check out www.shapingsf.org for super cool lectures on enviro history + human landscapes!
After my pictures earlier this week, found some more info on the Mission Bay redevelopment in SF … here’s a link to some info about some of their parks. I was happy to note that I can continue my now ten-month tradition of collecting “do not … ”
Why yes, I AM making Meyer Lemon Yogurt Muffins with a dollop of Orland, Maine crystallized honey instead of applying to more jobs as I should be. Delicious tangeriney lemon smell = 1. Boring gray laptop in dark bedroom = 0.0