Mick’s interests and intellectual passions were widespread. He addressed sweeping global topics like climate change and the United States foreign policy in his books on Peak Oil and Cuba. But he also focused on the importance of grassroots organizing for improved public services, local neighborhood associations and building community on an intensely personal level.
Napa Valley Life Magazine Articles
Sustainability. It's Not Just a Good Idea. It's a Money-Saving Idea.
Through a Glass Greenly
Viewing the Napa Valley's Quite Possible Future
Neighborhoods – There's So Much More
“Neighborhood” means far more than people living near one another.
The Napa County Local Food Forum
You shoulda been there. But it was only the beginning.
Most people in the Napa Valley are concerned with living as “greenly” and sustainably as possible.
“You don't miss the water till the well runs dry.”
Water. We use too much and, increasingly, have too little.
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The Napa Valley Today
Although the Napa Valley's main agricultural product is grapes, other crops are starting to appear.
Have Yourself a Green Valentine's Day
Valentines Day is a day for romance, sentimentality and/or sex, depending on your current relationship(s), familial status, preferences and proclivities.