Vol. 9 Nbr. 5, June 2008
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- The great outdoors.
- Off the beaten path: who wants to go for just a walk? Jazz up your normal routine with these new ideas for getting around outside.
- Global issues, local perspectives: New Life Journal seeks out area opinions on kudzu to provide perspective and hope about our ever-changing environment.
- Vitamin D: the sunshine vitamin: Physician Assistant Anne Walch helps you determine when to head for the sun and when to seek shade.
- Soothe summer skin ... Naturally: aesthetician Laura Kruggel shares how herbal remedies can calm the stress summer puts on your skin.
- Amaze neighbors with your own labyrinth: Pattie Baker speaks with a labyrinth expert to bring you the six steps you'll need to create your own.
- Outside yoga for inside happiness: you can prepare for outdoor activities with poses, says Cindy Dollar.
- Women, wisdom: for NLJ, Corinna Wood speaks with herbalist Amanda McQuade Crawford about learning from curanderas and healing--for ourselves and our planet.
- Down on the farm: Ruth Gonzalez guides us to making friends with nearby farms at the Mountain Farm and Garden tour.
- Bustling biodiversity: Lauren Barnett explores the uniqueness of wildlife in our region and shares how we can keep our great outdoors great.
- One door in nature, one door in the city: explore a green home with a wooded view and sidewalk to town with the New Life Journal Green Home Experts Board.
- Soda bottle birdfeeder: New Life Journal's editorial team teaches you how to have the birds chirping this summer.
- Q & A: solar series: Part 2: exploring the myths and truths.
- Ashevillage Institute to hold first building convergence.
- NC farmers awarded grants.
- Gourmet trail-blazing and kicked up picnic ideas: Chef Christopher Aquilino shares his secrets for on-the-go eats.
- Janell Kapoor: hands-on mover and community shaker.