Starhawk and I chatted about her fantastic sequel to The Fifth Sacred Thing the other day. Here is the transcript of our interview.  If you’re interested to hear it, simply go to my podcast Gungho Eco. The book will be available March 1st through major retailers, such as Amazon here.

Maya:   […]

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The Urban Permaculturist.

On 19 January 2016 By

It was more than a pang of jealousy when Starhawk mentioned her Earth Activism Training course. It was a deep longing to take all those principles, and then easily apply them right away, in my own neighborhood. Starhawk’s E.A.T. course is always incredible, yet somehow mystifying for those of us not yet “living off the […]

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Gungho Eco

On 12 November 2015 By

Happy new moon!

For those of you who love podcasts, I’ve got a treat for you. No, it’s not the missing evidence in Adnan’s case.

I’ve started a new podcast called GungHo Eco. It’s a green table everyman discussion on environmental topics, covering topics such as sustainable community and ecovillages, resource depletion, environmental security […]

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Safe places to settle.

On 25 July 2015 By

Our Fifth Sacred team is all about community.

But when we think about community, the 2015 version is debating where to settle, so that our communities won’t have to relocate due to climate change.  

Thanks to the industrial revolution and short-sighted civilization planning, we are in the midst of a big […]

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When was the last time you put your feet on the earth?

This seems like an easy answer, but when you actually think about it, I bet it’s been some time. I was trained as a massage therapist over 15 years ago, and for years, clients would seek my help for inflammation and chronic illness. I started asking my […]

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What does Earth Day mean now?

On 22 April 2015 By

Many know that the Earth Day movement first began in 1970, but few have heard the idea behind it. The Earth Day founder, then U.S. Senator Nelson, had recently witnessed a massive oil spill in Santa Barbara. The year was 1969, seven years after Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring became a New York Times bestseller, and in […]

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The Doomsday Channel.

On 12 April 2015 By

The Doomsday Channel

Anyone else concerned about how dark our tv shows and movies are getting?

I’m sitting here watching a series called The Fall, which shows steely X-Files alum Gillian Anderson chasing after an obsessed sex crime killer in Belfast. In the first season, after writers juxtaposed a strangulation scene with an explicit one-night […]

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We are very pleased to announce the addition of a new member to The Fifth Sacred Thing production team, Eric Watson. Eric is a producer, writer, director, and committed environmental activist. His filmography includes several groundbreaking and critically acclaimed cinema classics including Pi, Requiem For A Dream, and The Fountain. After acting as a friend […]

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