Posts by John and Trina Voell

Brighten the World’s Future

The health of humanity is directly tied to the health of the planet we call home. This edition celebrates change-makers—people that set out to make a recognizable difference in their communities and beyond. Natural Awakenings magazine, always big on solutions, shines a light on the lives of individuals heeding the call to create needed change.…

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Fall Classes with Castoldi at Crazy Wisdom

Dr. Kapila Castoldi, of the Sri Chinmoy Centre, will be offering an Introduction to the Principles of Ayurveda from 3 to 6 p.m., September 23 and 30 at the Crazy Wisdom Bookstore. Topics include Ayurveda as a Philosophy of Life; Basics of Ayurveda; Discovering Your Ayurveda Constitution; Secrets of Balanced Living; and Awareness and Conscious…

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Doing More with Less

It is hard to dispute that the Earth’s ecosystem affects our health. Clean air, water and soil are vital. Every product we buy, use and dispose of carries a cost to us and our planet. Do we reduce, conserve, recycle and cherish every natural resource? Daily choices add up and everyone has their part to play in preserving our home planet. In America’s…

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Join People’s Climate March in Ann Arbor

As part of a global day of action, the Ann Arbor People’s Climate March will be held at noon on September 8 in the library lot located at 350 south fifth avenue, in Ann Arbor. Led locally by Alan Haber of Rise for Climate, it will be one of thousands of rallies taking place worldwide…

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Bringing Bread to Life in Milan

Stephanie Ariganello and Jeremiah Kouhia, co-owners of the Mother Loaf Breads bakery, in Milan, will explore the long and crunchy history of sourdough from 3 to 5 p.m., September 16, at the Malletts Creek Branch Library. They will explain the basics of how they make their long, cold, slow-fermentation loaves and dive into the most…

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