Vol. 9 Nbr. 10, November 2008
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- November is for neighbors.
- Linking lands communities: Linda Giltz outlines Land-of-Sky Regional Council's plans for connection and conservation.
- Wish granted: a peaceful holiday get-together: Brian Jaudon helps you navigate the holidays with ease.
- Extending the olive branch beyond the holidays.
- Neighborly etiquette for landscaping choices.
- Go green with moss: part 2: last month, Ann Martin convinced you to make moss an eco-friend of your garden. Here, she tells you just how to get it growing.
- Ease depression with yoga: Kelley Colihan explores the mind/body connection of posing.
- Got roots? Christa Joy Hamilton shares the roots of fall that can help keep you and your liver holiday healthy.
- Limpia: ancient healing ritual of the Aztecs: Erin Everett connects the rituals of the ancient Aztec culture to our healing needs today.
- Turn in the weather? Turn to tempeh! Learn tempeh stand-ins for your fall favorites from Georgia Smith.
- Area farmer's/tailgate markets.
- Wearable art made on the farm: Ruth Gonzalez cozies up with two local fiber farmers.
- Sustaining the history that lies out your doorstep: Victoria Partridge helps you unearth the past of your "backyard" landscape in order to preserve it for generations to come.
- Incorporating interaction: the key to a great neighborhood? A plan that creates opportunities for neighbors to bump into one another.
- Recycled sweater bear: Joti Marra coaches you on creating these cuddly creatures.
- Child-friendly choices: there are some materials you'll want to look for and some you'll want to steer clear of, say Truly Ball and Sarah Easterling.
- Annual awards given by WNC Alliance.
- Local organization helps you get lead smart.
- Tammy and Michelle Goni: sisters honoring customs and community.