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PaganNewsBeagle Earthy Thursday Oct 23

In today's Earthy Thursday we have stories celebrating our amazing planet. Profile of an eco-conscious farm; Bolivian law gives legal rights to Mother Earth; reviving ancient Incan agriculture; a Pagan pilgrimage to the holy places of Somerset; tiny fox massage.

Farming is a major influence on eco-systems around the world. This story from Yes! magazine profiles a farm that's trying to bring sustainable practices to agriculture.

The Law of Mother Earth ("Ley de Derechos de La Madre Tierra") in the South American country of Bolivia holds the land as sacred and holds it as a living system with rights to be protected from exploitation.

The endangered plants of ancient Incan agriculture might be keys to adapting to climate change in Peru. Fortunately, there is a movement afoot to revive them as well as other indigenous practices.

Pagan blogger (and Witches&Pagans columnist Jason Mankey) recently made a pilgrimage to Glastonbury. Read all about his experiences at this interfaith holy site here.

Here's a sweet story in the category of humans-helping-animals (cuteness alert).


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