Other

Other publications including web-based writing, columns and published essays, and visual work.

2015, October 26, 2015, Column, “It’s the Chicken: Baked chicken with broccoli and cauliflower salad,” West Central Tribune

2015, September 28, 2015, Column, “Kick up your waffles,” West Central Tribune

2015, June 29, 2015, Column, “Arugula: Green & White Pizza,” West Central Tribune

2015, May 26, Column, “Prepare your own baby food,” West Central Tribune

2015, May, Column, “Organics and pollinators: Making food happen,” StrongerTogether.coop, National Co-op Grocers

2015, April 27, Column, “Bring on the biscotti,” West Central Tribune

2015, March 30, Column, “Hold the sauce with gnocchi,” West Central Tribune

2015, Feb. 23, Column, “Kids and books in the kitchen,” West Central Tribune

2015, Jan. 26, Column, “A little home comfort,” West Central Tribune

2014, July 28, Column, “Savor the Summer with Pesto,” West Central Tribune

2014, June 23, Column, “Quark – The Case of the Mystery Cheese,” West Central Tribune

2014, June 21, Column, “Celebrating Farms Close to Home,” Lakes Area Review

2014, May 27, Column, “Spring Tips for Planning Your Summer Harvest,” West Central Tribune

2014, May 3, Column, “Salt may be making a comeback,” Lakes Area Review

2014, March 31, Column, “Ultimate Green Move: Get Rid of A Car,” Yahoo! Voices

2014, March 28, Column, “Local Food a Hot Trend this Spring,” Yahoo! Voices

2014, March 25, Column, “Supporting Local Food From Your Kitchen,” West Central Tribune

2014, March 23, Column, “Tackle Your Spring Cleaning Projects,” Yahoo! Voices

2014, March 22, Column, “Cracking the Heritage Wheat Code,” Lakes Area Review

2014, February 24, Column, “Mix it up with some quinoa,” West Central Tribune

2014, January 27, Column, “Region’s CSA food movement shows potential,” West Central Tribune

2013, Fall, Contributor, “Ready to tackle your fall bucket list,” Yahoo! Shine

2013, April 25, Opinion, “Zero TV Turns Respectable,” Litchfield Independent Review

2013, April 15, Opinion, “Zero TV Turns Respectable,” MinnPost.com

2012, Summer, Article, “Getting Started At River Road Farm,” The Grapevine, Chequamegon Food Co-op

2011, December 15, Guest Opinion, “Mining Proposal Simply Modern-Day Colonialism,” The Cap Times, Madison, Wisconsin

2011, December 13, Guest Opinion, “Mining Proposal Is Modern-Day Colonialism,” Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

2009, September 24, Article, “‘Stay Home, Stay Happy’: Wisconsin mom writes book about motherhood experience, Catholic News Agency, US News section & front page, www.catholicnewsagency.com and www.catholicnewsagency.com/new.php?n=17141

2009, Summer, Article, “It’s garden time!,” The Grapevine, Chequamegon Food Co-op

2009, Summer, Article, “Good food in tough times,” The Grapevine, Chequamegon Food Co-op

2008, Autumn, Article, “Co-ops are community investment leaders,” The Grapevine, Chequamegon Food Co-op

2008, Spring, Article, “Chequamegon Food Co-op hires new general manager,” The Muncher, Chequamegon Food Co-op

2007, Fall, Article, “A bit of laughter: Friends make use of CFC cooperative childcare,” The Muncher, Chequamegon Food Co-op

2007, Fall, Article, “Motherhood & food…open to change,” The Muncher, Chequamegon Food Co-op

2007, Fall, Article, “Still a member…”, The Muncher, Chequamegon Food Co-op

2007, Summer, Article, “The Local Challenge,” The Muncher, Chequamegon Food Co-op

2007, Article, Birkie.com, “Birkie Music”

2007, Article, Birkie.com, “Emily Lanin is a Miracle”

2006, Summer, Poem, “A Morning Prayer,” Writing Nature – An Annual of Fine Nature Writing & Drawing, Brattleboro, VT – J. Parker Huber, ed.

2006, Spring, Article, “Back in time with Bill Welch,” The Muncher, Chequamegon Food Co-op

2006, Spring, Column, “The secrets of compost,” Up North Woman

2005, Fall, Column, “Bundling up for winter,” Up North Woman

2005, Summer, Column, “With tomatoes, patience isn’t just a virtue,” Up North Woman

2005, Spring, Column, “First time for butterflies and gardening,” Up North Woman

2004, Summer, Poem, “Oncology ward overlooking the Mississippi,” Writing Nature – An Annual of Fine Nature Writing & Drawing, Brattleboro, VT – J. Parker Huber, ed.

2004, Summer, Music CD, “Identity Crisis,” Phish Roe Records

2004, August, Article, “Technology and LongRun.org in Ashland Wisconsin,” Newsforge.com

2004, January, Videocassette Documentary Field Assistance, “On the Edge of Gichigami: Voices of the Apostle Islands,” National Park Service

2003, June 25, Commentary, “A presidential nominee for 2004,” The Daily Press

2003, February 22, Opinion, “Better solutions than duct tape,” The Daily Press

2002, September 26, Opinion, “Say no to closed door decisions,” THE-BEE

2002, August 8, Opinion, “Why I attend meetings…” THE-BEE

2002, April 11, Opinion, “A focus on reorganization,” THE-BEE

2002, October 24, Column, “Leaves provide gardens and berries with extra protection,” THE-BEE

2002, October 17, Column, “Bloomin’ Tips for the Up North Gardener,” THE-BEE

2002, October 17, Column, “Fallen leaves provide gardens and berries with extra protection,” The Daily Press

2002, October 5, Column, “Would an apple by any other name taste as sweet?” The Daily Press

2002, September 19, Column, “Use sheets or blankets to keep your veggies warm,” THE-BEE

2002, September 12, Column, “Cultivate remembrance in a ‘treasured garden,’” THE-BEE

2002, September 5, Column, “The Great pumpkin secret: it’s all in the timing,” The Daily Press

2002, August 29, Column, “Garden insects are both good and bad…but also mostly ugly,” The Daily Press

2002, August 29, Column, “Garden insects are both good and bad,” THE-BEE

2002, August 15, Column, “Terrariums are warm weather reminders,” THE-BEE

2002, August 15, Column, “Rain makes for heavy fruiting,” THE-BEE

2002, August 8, Column, “Try a little buckwheat to beat those weeds,” The Daily Press

2002, August 8, Column, “Taste testing squash….blossoms?!” THE-BEE

2002, August 1, Column, “Terrariums are year-round warm weather reminders,” The Daily Press

2002, August 1, Column, “Try a little buckwheat to beat those weeds,” THE-BEE

2002, July 18, Column, “Stagger planting to attract butterflies all season,” THE-BEE

2002, July 17, Column, “Look no farther than your garden for wild edibles,” The Daily Press

2002, July 3, Column, “Keep the veggies in and the critters out,” THE-BEE

2002, June 27, Column, “Check your lawn and garden for noxious weeds,” THE-BEE

2002, June 20, Column, “Lilacs signal transition to summer,” THE-BEE

2002, June 13, Column, “Mow engine-less for a workout and clean air,” THE-BEE

2002, June 13, Column, “Mow engine-less for a workout and clean air,” The Daily Press

2002, June 6, Column, “Rain gardens can be used to protect resources,” THE-BEE

2002, May 30,Column, “Leeks give a taste of the wild to backyard gardens,” THE-BEE

2002, May 29, Column, “Leeks give a taste of the wild to backyards,” The Daily Press

2002, May 23, Column, “Contrast spring bulbs with bright creeping phlox,” The Daily Press

2002, May 17, Column, “Avoid withered leaves by using saucer or wick-watering techniques,” The Daily Press

2002, May 16, Column, “Patience pays off when growing asparagus,” THE-BEE

2002, May 9, Column, “Patience pays off when growing asparagus,” The Daily Press

2002, May 2, Column, “During the spring strawberry harvest season, avoid common diseases,” The Daily Press

2002, April 25, Column, “Meet needs of seeds for garden success,” The Daily Press

2002, April 25, Column, “In spring strawberry season, avoid common diseases,” THE-BEE

2002, April 18, Column, “Needs of seeds should be met for success,” THE-BEE

2002, April 18, Column, “Tender bulbs love special treatment,” The Daily Press

2002, April 11, Column, “Bloomin’ tips for the Up North gardener,” THE-BEE

2002, April 11, Column, “Sneak in some pruning before the onset of warm weather,” The Daily Press

2002, April 4, Column, “Sneak in some pruning before the onset of warm weather,” THE-BEE

2002, March 28, Column, “With good care, rosemary can flourish,” THE-BEE

2002, March 21, Column, “Use floating row covers for frost protection,” THE-BEE

2002, March 14, Column, “Take charge of your garden’s growing season,” THE-BEE

2002, March 7, Column, “Cats in the garden? Why sure,” THE-BEE

2002, February 28, Column, “Overcome cabin fever: Grow grass or bulbs,” THE-BEE

2002, February 21, Column, “Design a garden for your herbs,” THE-BEE

2002, February 14, Column, “Time to plan for starting seeds,” THE-BEE

2002, February 7, Column, “Start a winter gardening project – with worms!” THE-BEE

2002, January 17, Opinion, “Moving to Phillips,” THE-BEE

2001, December 22, Opinion, “Thrift stores offer gift giving opportunity,” The Daily Press

2001, October 18, Letter to Editor, “Following Sept. 11 we need to focus,” The County Journal

2001, Summer, Poem, “So easily can we be caught between,” Writing Nature – An Annual of FineNature Writing & Drawing, Brattleboro, VT – J. Parker Huber, ed.

2000, December 15, Letter to Editor, “Investigation of ORV use on forests applauded,” Bozeman Daily Chronicle

2000, December 11, Letter to Editor, “Compromise needed,” Livingston Enterprise

2000, December 9, Letter to Editor, “Off-road vehicle study needed,” Billings Gazette

2000, Spring, Photo, “South Dakota,” Meadowlark, Macalester College

2000, Spring, Essay, “Gardening Nature,” Meadowlark, Macalester College

1999, Dec. 3, Letter to the Editor, “Environmental policy needed,” The Mac Weekly, Macalester College

1999, Dec. 3, Statement, “What are Macalester’s core values?”, The Mac Weekly, Macalester College

1999, Fall, Essay, “Black Walnut Trees,” Meadowlark, Macalester College

1999, Fall, Art, “Florida,” Meadowlark, Macalester College

1999, Spring, Poem, “Earth,” Meadowlark, Macalester College

1999, Spring, Essay, “Beach Glass,” Meadowlark, Macalester College

1999, Spring, Essay, “Spider Silk,” Meadowlark, Macalester College

1997, Spring, Poem, “The Migration,” Banshee, Macalester College

1996, May, Article, “Ignorance,” Septentrion

1996, April, Article, “Giving children an early ‘Head Start,’” Septentrion

1996, April, Essay, “Paintbrushes,” Septentrion

1996, March, Essay, “Spring cleaning,” Septentrion

1996, March, Article, “Bright sun,” Septentrion

1996, February, Poem, “Winter,” Septentrion

1996, February, Article, “Science Mentors,” Septentrion

1996, January, Article, “Island sled dog race,” Septentrion

1995, December, Article, “Cattails,” Septentrion

1995, December, Essay, “Environmental awareness,” Septentrion

1995, December, Essay, “Sustainable development,” Septentrion

1995, October, Article, “Bayfield School recycles,” Septentrion

1993, Spring, Poem, “I’m Blonde,” Chequamegon Bay Area Publishing Project

1993, Spring, Poem, “The Fire,” Chequamegon Bay Area Publishing Project

1993, Poem, “The Waco Poem,” Duluth News-Tribune Student Showcase, First Prize

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