Well, we certainly don’t seem to be updating the blog very often. Not to say we haven’t been busy, just a lot of it doesn’t make it here. I’m thinking it’s time to start posting more often…so readers, make sure you remind us! Music The item that is in the forefront of our minds these days is Val’s Kickstarter
Via Resilience Science, who got it from Edible Geography(with excellent commentary) comes a new project of the USDA…the Food Environment Atlas. It’s a pretty fascinating tool…pounds of meat consumed per capita per year, access to grocery stores, WIC redemptions (pictured), and farmer’s markets are available down to the county level. We spent a good chunk of the evening playing around
Here’s a pretty interesting article from the European Space Agency: Satellite images aid implementation of agricultural reforms This is one of those applications of remote sensing and GIS that I have mixed feelings about. As a guy sitting at a computer, it’s pretty cool, being able to get so much information about a location with just a few mouse clicks.
Folks who are familiar with our farm and website know that I do some landscape consultations on the side, and that the design page for the farm has been idle for quite some time. I hope to change that soon, but here’s something to tide you over until then. I’ve put together a farm design file, using ArcPublisher. The free