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100 Acres at a Time

100 Acres at a Time – HIGHLIGHT

The heronry that started it allPaul and Cathy Keddy of Ontario Receive a Conservation Award Buddhist and Shambhala liturgies make many references to caring for other sentient beings. But how do we put such aspirations into practice? The world is full of sentient beings, the vast majority ... continue
Posted August 23, 2015 by
Gaining Ground against Beetle Infestation

Gaining Ground against Beetle Infestation – HIGHLIGHT

Report from Shambhala Mountain Center by Shambhala Times Regional Correspondent Leslie Witt Brown, dead ponderosa pines have given way to open ground as Shambhala Mountain Center (SMC) battles to save its forest from the mountain pine beetle. Now in the second year of an aggressive, proactive program of ... continue
Posted May 25, 2012 by
Protecting the Forests of Shambhala Mountain Center

Protecting the Forests of Shambhala Mountain Center – HIGHLIGHT

By Megan Winecoff and Chad Hofmann The picturesque mountain landscapes of Colorado are changing drastically, as the effects of a Mountain Pine Beetle epidemic are now visible. Large areas of forest have died, leaving dry, brown skeletons of the trees that once thrived here. Since the epidemic ... continue
Posted May 7, 2011 by

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