Winter 2010

Winter 2010

Here you’ll find articles from the Winter 2010 issue of Flourish. Sign up for fresh Flourish content by email or RSS.

Inside Flourish
by Kendra Langdon Juskus, Managing Editor | Thoughts on this issue.


Tending to Eden
by Scott Sabin| The rural poor are tangled in the roots of creation’s groaning.
Green Mama
by Tracey Bianchi | An over-caffeinated, on-the-go mom of three explains that “sustainable living is absolutely doable.”


Global Community:
Under the Rubble: No time for “aid” in Haiti
by Scott Sabin | “If the post-earthquake relief and recovery effort in Haiti is to succeed, Haitians need to participate in its planning and execution.”
Items of interest springing up around the creation care community.
Toolshed: Organic Gardening 101
Whether you’re a newcomer or an old hat at the delights of gardening, here is your nuts-and-bolts guide to prepping your land (and your palate) for a fruitful season.


Book | The Wild Marsh by Rick Bass | The fat and lean times of life on the edge of one of the country’s last wildernesses.–reviewed by Cindy Crosby
Book | Farming as a Spiritual Discipline by Ragan Sutterfield | Reining in mastery in favor of stewardship.–reviewed by Christiana Peterson


Requests by Kendra Langdon Juskus

The Last Page

Gardening with God
by Christine Sine | Gardening with soil and spirit.

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