Living in the Round
We just received our copy of the No-
vember/December issue of Natural Life
Letters From and, once again, you’ve managed to
cover a couple of issues we’ve been dis-
cussing over our dinner table!
This time, the topic of interest is
yurts. My family has been considering
purchasing one to use as a summer re-
treat. So it was good to know a bit more
about yurts. And the resources you pro-
We welcome your comments, suggestions and input. vided are awesome. Thanks.
released later this year. Their
Drying for Freedom website is www.dryingfor Meat Isn’t the Problem
I’ve just been poking about your
freedom.com and it says this: “Drying Is Natural Life vegetarian? I see a lot
amazing website checking out the vari-
For Freedom is a film about communi- of vegetarian recipes and won’t sub-
ous issues of Natural Life Magazine.
ties and freedom; with 50 million scribe if you are against eating meat.
(I’m going to purchase an online sub-
clotheslines banned in the U.S alone, are Eating meat is not an environmental
scription.) And I see that you did an arti-
we hanging our planet out to dry?” problem; corporate/industrial agriculture
cle about the problems some people
I don’t have any connection to the is. A grass-fed animal recycles carbon di-
encounter when they try to put up a
company but I think their mission to raise oxide – just like humans do. But the
clothesline to dry their laundry outside.
awareness of the issue is an important chemical fertilizers, feedlots and trans-
I thought your readers might like to
one. portation of industrial farming release
know about some people who have been
Ronald S. Batterson, carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
touring North American doing research
Milwaukee, Wisconsin As writer and organic farmer Eliot
for a documentary film that’s due to be
Coleman says, “It is