Although we have not been able to have our normal Earth Day celebration this year, we want to take this week to highlight and celebrate some of our Earth Day partners in our community and give them the opportunity to share their stories about the exciting things they are doing and other helpful tips they have.Read more
We’re on the front lines of perhaps the biggest battle of our lives: climate change and the need to dramatically reduce carbon emissions by shifting energy generation from fossil fuels to renewables like solar and wind. Again, vested interests in the coal, oil and gas industries have undertaken major campaigns for decades now to preserve their industries.Read more
Growing your own plants from seed is an economical way to grow a large number of plants. There are so many varieties to choose from–way more than you can find in nurseries and garden centers. You don’t need a lot of fancy equipment to get started, in fact, you can raid your recycle pile!Read more
It all starts when our alpacas lift their tails. A journey begins that has a shared ending: the restoration of our land.Read more
With the cold and snowy weather now upon us, raise your cup for all the farmers and workers who brave the elements this winter.Read more
Norway has a word and cultural keystone called friluftsliv, which means “open air life.” It’s a celebrated tradition to dress for the weather.Read more
Teaching, caring, inspiring for all creation. A ministry of the Sisters of Providence, White Violet Center for Eco-Justice at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana was established in 1996. Here you’ll find a herd of alpacas, a flock of laying chickens, a 5-acre USDA certified organic garden, orchards, bee hives, a Farm Store, nature trail and internship opportunities.