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1. Significance of 13
Significance of 13
1313 Mockingbird Lane. Friday the 13th and 13 black cats . Baaaad omens. It's 2009 and there remains an air of mystery surrounding the number 13, carried from dark times that still causes most of us to avoid anything associated with the number 13. High rise buildings are built without 13th floors...
Culture & Society - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 07:53:21
2. Soul Collage
Soul Collage
Soul Collage is an artistic, soulful adventure into your soul. Part collage, part artistic journaling and part therapy, SoulCollage is a unique art technique whose aim is the deepest parts of the individual and universal psyche - the collective soul. Soul Collage is a technique developed by Seen...
Arts & Design - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 20:14:13
3. 13 Indigenous Grandmothers
13 Indigenous Grandmothers
Within indigenous cultures, 13 is often seen as a powerful concept or fulfillment of a cycle as related to completion of 13 lunar cycles of the natural year. In 2004, a group of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers were gathered together to fulfill a prophecy and usher in a new generation of healing. From...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 08:02:15
4. Native Seeds/SEARCH
Native Seeds/SEARCH is a nonprofit organization based in Tucson, Arizona whose mission is to conserve, distribute, and document the adapted and diverse varieties of agricultural seeds, their wild relatives and the role these seeds play in cultures of the American Southwest and Northwest Mexico.
healthy-living - Thu, 02 Apr 2009 14:40:16
5. Aggie Pilgrim
Named a living legend by her tribe, the Confederated Tribes of the Siletz in Oregon and a founding member of the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers , Aggie Baker Pilgrim has been a energetic voice for the land and environment for over two decades, restoring the ancient connections between the and environ...
healthy-living - Thu, 23 Jul 2009 23:00:21
6. Make a wish for the water!
Remember holding that shiny penny, eyes closed tight and making wishes? Water wishes is a twist on the wishing well of old, throw a penny in and make a wish for water. Make a wish for the waters in your neighborhood, city, state or country. Make a wish for anyone or anything, make a wish for any ...
Entertainment - Wed, 11 Mar 2009 18:42:04
7. Come aboard the SS Vulcania
Captained by Le Enchanteur, virtuoso of other virtual escapes such as Soul Food Cafe and The Pythian and the annual Advent Calendar, the SS Vulcania has set sail for the Lemurian Seas. With a passenger list that reads like a Harry Potter meets Bulfinch's mythology, its sure to be a virtual tour c...
Entertainment - Mon, 16 Feb 2009 06:35:34
8. Chocolate & Chilis
It has been said that 75% of the worlds food originated from North and South America. Tomatoes, potatoes, corn, squash and beans. All native foods. Of them all, my favorites and probably yours, are chocolate and chilies. Part history and culture, part environmental and entirely delicious. Join m...
food-and-cooking - Sun, 01 Feb 2009 18:49:11
9. Guardians of the Selva Maya: Rainforest Sustainability
Guardians of the Selva Maya is a story about the people and the land. It is also about the future. And the story of the children of the ejido of Pustunich in the Selva Maya. It is their story of survival in the rainforest and looking to the trees to see the forest. "The Guardians of the Selva Ma...
healthy-living - Thu, 22 Jan 2009 07:13:11
10. Gary Nabhan: Food Advocate, Writer and Conservationist
Some people "Save The Whales" or "Save The Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus" or other valid and imporant causes. For Gary Nabhan, it's all about seeds. Mostly saving native and heirloom seeds, and everything related to their life cycle, of plant foods of the Southwest Desert where he lives. In hi...
healthy-living - Sun, 28 Dec 2008 22:36:05
11. Dennis Martinez
It seems to me that those who contribute most, in very real ways, are often busy when its time for the applause. That is Dennis Martinez. More likely to be found in his boots, out in the field rather in front of a computer, Dennis is the type of leader that marches ahead with muddy boots, callou...
healthy-living - Sun, 28 Dec 2008 22:24:49
12. 9 Slow Food Ideas
Author of "In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto" , Michael Pollan wrote a great article offering 9 simple ideas to encourage "happy meals" . While I thought his article was great, I thought that Grandma did better.
healthy-living - Sun, 28 Dec 2008 06:02:23
13. Thanksgiving: Lessons in Sustainability
The first thanksgiving. Pilgrims and Indians gathered around the table, a bounty of food and gratitude. Most of us realize that the Pilgrims almost didn't make it that first winter, but few really realize how much that Thanksgiving was a "tipping point" if you will, that made history. As we loo...
healthy-living - Tue, 09 Dec 2008 23:34:53
14. Chief Marie
Her name was Udach' Kuqax*a'a'ch. In her native Eyak language this translates as "a sound that calls people from afar". In her lifetime she saw the Alaskan Highway built, two world wars, the Alaskan pipeline and election of Alaska's first female governor. As Alaska moved closer to America, the w...
culture-and-society - Sun, 07 Dec 2008 00:33:32
15. An Emerging Voice: My lensography
This lensography is my 25th lense, half way to Giant Purple Squidom. And I thought it appropriate at this particular point in the road to pause and review what I've done and what I've learned along way.
squidoo-community - Sat, 06 Dec 2008 16:20:23
16. Tastes of the Desert
It's a Southwest Squidoo Cooking Challenge! In my lense, Native Seeds/SEARCH I presented a cooking challenge for all Squidoo Cooks using the menu from the 2008 Annual Tastes of the Desert Banquet. Here we'll feature the challengers and the recipes, a dynamic and interactive site where everyone c...
food-and-cooking - Fri, 05 Dec 2008 22:40:12
17. Native Foods: Why it's so important
What is all the interest in "native foods" What makes native foods native? And why does it matter? I'm hoping that not only will I help to answer these questions but that I'll convince you to start introducing more native foods into your diet now. So not only will we learn more about native foo...
healthy-living - Fri, 21 Nov 2008 07:11:15
18. Biology of Belief: How It's Affecting the Earth
It's being said by world political leaders, scientists and spiritual leaders, "We're living in interesting times". News headlines promise "International Crisis within 6 months". Upheaval,economic instability, food and fuel shortages are the forefront of our minds. Are we experiencing a crisis o...
healthy-living - Thu, 13 Nov 2008 03:59:45
19. The End of Suburbia: More than a movie
I watched it happen, The End of Suburbia. This movie was, this article is, about regular folks having a conversation about the glue that holds our society together, oil and money. Our homes, our cars, laundry soap, pizza and Walmart. Stuff that really matters to all of us. Recently as I flipped...
healthy-living - Fri, 21 Nov 2008 19:30:34
20. Global Warming? Global Hoax? It's A Throw Down - You Decide
There's lots of argument and evidence for both camps. Where do you sit? Global Warming Doomsdayers say that the world is ending. Pack your bags, the ships going down. They cite ancient prophecies and a slew of earthquakes, floods and other natural disasters, along with global climate changes as ...
Entertainment - Sun, 25 Jan 2009 03:41:52
21. Great Home Party Plan Themes
Having a great home party plan theme can make the difference in your number of guests, your party sales and the number of parties your guest book at the party. A great home party plan builds excitement for everyone, gives you and your hostess a plan to work from and a way to share with others as ...
business-and-work - Thu, 19 Feb 2009 06:09:56
22. Home Party Plan Sales Success: 10 Tips For New Consultants
I love home party plans! Why? Because they combine my favorite things into two hours of fun: awesome stuff to look at/taste/smell/buy, chatting it up with the girls ( guys you should join us more often) , lots of laughter and memories and did I mention making money. Home party plan businesses ha...
business-and-work - Thu, 19 Feb 2009 06:05:13
23. Home Party Plan Sales Success Tip: How To Introduce Your Business
So you've signed up, and you've ordered your home party sales kit and now your sponsor says "Go out there and meet people". Right? So you go. You're shaking hands with someone at a chamber event or at a mixer and they ask, "So what do you for a living?". Freeze. And let's skip that internal dial...
How-To & Education - Thu, 19 Feb 2009 06:04:56
24. Save The Environment or the Jerk on the tractor?
Save the Environment - It'll last longer Okay, I'm partly joking. You can debate all you want - stay in denial - of course the planet is not in environmental crisis. Global warming is a myth. OJ's innocent! It may very well turn out that the earth does go through cycles naturally and it will c...
culture-and-society - Wed, 04 Feb 2009 17:21:40
25. Voices of the Land: Saving Native American Languges
It's been estimated that at time of contact with European culture, there were over 1,800 different Native American languages spoken here in North America. Today it is estimated that there are approximately 296 native languages remaining. Multi-layered and multi-dimensional, Native languages cont...
healthy-living - Sat, 06 Dec 2008 03:07:23
26. 4 Hour Work Week Or 4 Day Work Week - Why Its The Best Green Idea Yet
Tim Ferris's book "4 Hour Work Week" is all the rage. Pro or Con everyone's talking about. Can it really be done? At the same time many state governments are also going to a 4 day work week. Debates are all over the place about that too. 32 hours or 40? Why not let folks just take longer vacatio...
healthy-living - Fri, 05 Dec 2008 16:53:05
27. 30 minutes or less: Taking The Challenge
I've been reading Tim Ferris' book "The 4 Hour Work Week". If he can do a 40 hour work week in 4 hours, can I make a lense in in 30 minutes or less? Ready, set, Go! 9pm Start the lense. 9:03 The Challenge: Making a lens in 30 minutes-an experiment I'm in. Yikes, I've already had to go back and a...
squidoo-community - Thu, 04 Dec 2008 23:34:31
28. Judy Trejo: The voice that touches the generations
Judy Sam Trejo, a northern Nevada Paiute, was one of the last great traditional Native singers of the Great Basin area. Formally educated as a teacher and counselor, Judy shared her traditional stories and teachings about native traditions with second and third graders at the Walker River Reserv...
culture-and-society - Tue, 02 Dec 2008 03:27:01
29. All About Water Headquarters
All About Water Some say water is the source of life. One things for certain, without this precious liquid the earth and all living creatures would quickly cease to exist. I hope to shine a little light on water and give it a bit of the attention it deserves in our lives. This group is all abou...
healthy-living - Sat, 21 Nov 2009 02:53:43

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