Of Time and Passage

“Way before we ever crossed a border as migrants, immigrants, enslaved captives or refugees we were nomadic.”

Women are Making Big Impacts on Small Farms

“Volkert is part of a trend among women who aren’t necessarily farming to make a living. Instead, they want to provide better food for their families and communities. While the […]

A Legacy Left Behind

“We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry, and we must understand that all the threads of the tapestry are equal in value no matter what their color.” ~Maya Angelou

In the Spotlight

It is with pleasure that we share this Friday’s “In the Spotlight” feature. We’ve been following this couple and their build on Instagram for some time, however even though they […]

In the Spotlight

For many people who join the tiny living movement their “why” is about freedom… This week’s In the Spotlight introduces you to Christian and Zully on their quest for freedom. […]

Discarded Beauty…

According to the EPA in 2013, Americans generated about 508,000,000,000 lbs of trash. Of this staggering amount Americans recycled and composted only about 87 million tons (174 trillion lbs) of […]