The Lexicon of Sustainability

September 26, 2012 at 12:42 am Leave a comment

Wonderful new website with beautiful, inventive photo-stories about traditional and emerging aspects of food sustainability.

“WORDS ARE THE BUILDING BLOCKS FOR NEW IDEAS. For the past year we have conversed with the foremost practitioners of sustainability in food and farming. They have shared their insights and experiences… and contributed their words to our rapidly growing Lexicon of Sustain Ability. To spread their knowledge our photography project has grown to include short films, study guides, traveling shows, a book and lastly a website where people can add their own terms to this ever-evolving lexicon.”

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Entry filed under: Food, Gardening & Agriculture.

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