1. MORAL GROUND at Millstone Farm

    by Barbara Ras, Director of Trinity University Press

    On a pristine New England evening in January, with snowfall clinging to every tree branch and every twig in a windless, sparkling confection, sixty guests made their way to Millstone Farm, in Wilton, Conn., to join in a book salon dedicated to Trinity…

    January 14, 2011Guest BlogNo comments
  2. How Then Shall We Live?

    by Michael P. Nelson and John A. Vucetich

    John A. Vucetich is a contributor to Moral Ground.  He is also a scientist – an animal ecologist to be precise.  He co-leads (with Rolf O. Peterson, one of our online contributors) the famous Isle Royale Wolf-Moose Project, the longest continuous study…

    January 13, 2011Editor blogNo comments
  3. Food, Friends and MORAL GROUND

    Very successful event at Millstone Farm in Connecticut.  A classic Northeastern snow storm didn’t stop people from piling into the community space at Millstone Farm.

    The evening was full of fabulous food, conversation and ideas flowed as easily as the snow outside.

    MORAL GROUND contributors Jesse Fink, Martin Kaplan, Jonathan…

    January 12, 2011NewsNo comments
  4. Desmond Tutu talks Climate Change

    Check out this video of Desmond Tutu discussing climate change.

    January 5, 2011NewsNo comments
  5. The Day Hope Died – And I Feel Fine

    by Michael P. Nelson

    We know the outcome. On September 10th, 2010, President Barack Obama refused to accept a solar panel from author and activist Bill McKibben and 350.org. What is now perhaps the most famous (or at least well travelled) solar panel in history was originally installed on the…

    January 4, 2011Editor blog9 comments