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An Ocean-side Conversation with Humane Educator Zoe Weil

August. Blue Hill, Maine. Little did I know that my quick trip to the Blue Hill library to do some emailing would lead me to one of my mentors in humane education, Zoe Weil. Two women were sitting at the … Continue reading

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Caring for What You’ve Tamed

I am fairly certain that if you have found your way to this blog post, you are familiar with the sense of responsibility to someone you love – a lover, child, pet, maybe even a plant or the birds you … Continue reading

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