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Systems are everywhere…but what do we really know about them?   

Time for a pop-quiz: What do you know about systems? As an educator and parent, I regularly wonder how we can help young people thrive in this human-impacted era many now called the anthropocene. What do they need to learn—whether in school, on a farm, in a lab, or at the kitchen table? There are of … Continue Reading ››

Greeks Rediscover the Joy of Farming

More and more Greeks are moving away from cities and starting over as farmers. A beekeeper, an olive farmer and a mushroom grower share their stories. The seminars offered at the Syngrou Ranch – home of the Athens Institute of Agricultural Sciences – are in high demand, proving that agriculture is trending in Greece. “This semester, … Continue Reading ››