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Cultural Recyclists
Location: On the Road! Check our map to find out where.
Cycling to sustain happy and healthy lives on planet Earth :)
Interests: Bicycle touring, Permaculture, Natural Building, Foraging, Consciousness, Spreading JOY, Making music
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Jul 4, 2011
We recently met Eustace Conway ("The Last American Man") at Turtle Island Preserve and the Cultural Recyclists' Dream just got a lot more Real... Continue reading
Posted Jul 4, 2011 at The Cultural Recyclists
Anda and I (Will) are in Asheville, NC waiting out a storm in the Arts District. Our fingers are stained purple from the feast of mulberries we had on the way here. The first tree we found was in the Edible Park: Bountiful Cities Project: G.W. Carver Edible Park .... Continue reading
Posted Jun 12, 2011 at The Cultural Recyclists
One year ago, five intrepid explorers left the East Coast in search of lifestyles & cultures that are more fulfilling than the Mainstream mold. We have encountered dozens of individuals and communities who are building the gardens, community, and relationships with the Natural world to support life outside the mold... Continue reading
Posted Jun 7, 2011 at The Cultural Recyclists
Happy Sunday! Last Weekend was Memorial Day weekend. For me this meant a 3-day weekend! Of course I wanted to take advantage of this opportunity to do something fun. I thought about bike touring out to Homer for the weekend. However, my back wheel has a hop that I can't... Continue reading
Posted Jun 5, 2011 at Berry Adventurous
This is Anda posting from Piggott, Arkansas. I would like to dedicate this post to the kind and generous people who have made our journey not only possible, but a complete joy for us to be on. I (we) have endless gratitude for all of the support you have given... Continue reading
Posted May 30, 2011 at The Cultural Recyclists
Happy Sunday! Yesterday, a few awesome events took place! First, I prepared to volunteer with the 7th annual Resurrection Bay Clean UP!Check out all the pictures in my Berry Clean photo Album! Following this video, I biked down to the North Docks. Along the way I biked into a few... Continue reading
Posted May 22, 2011 at Berry Adventurous
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May 22, 2011
Yesterday morning, a couple friends from work and I went out to explore the beach at the lowest tide of the season. We collected a bunch of nori and were visited by a sea otter! Nori like most sea vegetables contains all the same nutrients existing in human blood, is high in protein, and trace minerals. Last night, we dried up the nori by sewing it inside of a pillow case then running it through the dryer. We learned this technique from the book Discovering Wild Plants by Jancie Schofield. I might try baking some into chips tonight! Continue reading
Posted May 18, 2011 at Berry Adventurous
Happy Thursday from Tina Robinson! Hearings have been going on discussing the tax breaks or subsides received by the top five largest oil companies. Democrats are finally taking a stand on something, and what better issue than challenging the need for over 4 billion dollars of tax breaks given to... Continue reading
Posted May 12, 2011 at The Cultural Recyclists
Every April 22 since 1970 the environmental activist group Eco-Action at Penn State University has hosted a celebration. This celebration strives to remind the thousands students why keeping our tiny home, Earth, in our cozy neighborhood, the Milky Way Galaxy, within the our expanding village, the known universe, healthy and... Continue reading
Posted May 8, 2011 at The Cultural Recyclists
New Routes Tina Sapphire Berry Today, in my current state of now, I rediscovered an essay I wrote almost exactly a year ago as measured by 21st century Americans. The essay, “My Vision for the Future,” I wrote as part of my capstone class at Penn State University just... Continue reading
Posted May 7, 2011 at The Cultural Recyclists
You are not alone... the silent majority is beginning to speak and these are the things they are saying. Continue reading
Posted Apr 28, 2011 at The Cultural Recyclists
Post-journey vision is more defined - Editorial Columns | Centre Daily Times - State College, PA | Penn State, Nittany Lions, weather, news, jobs, homes, apartments, real estate. Hey all, I just got an article published in my local paper, the Centre Daily Times. It made it into their section... Continue reading
Posted Apr 28, 2011 at The Cultural Recyclists
Happy Sunday! This is Tina Berry, writing from West Chester, Pennsylvania! As some of my Cultural REcyclists family biked towards Phoenix, Arizona. I was able to utilize the countrywide greyhound bus system for two weeks! This summer, I will be working in Seward, Alaska at Kenai Fjords National Park as... Continue reading
Posted Apr 17, 2011 at The Cultural Recyclists
Info on Kevin's crash and other highlights of the ride from Prescott, AZ to Flagstaff, AZ. Continue reading
Posted Apr 16, 2011 at The Cultural Recyclists
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Apr 16, 2011
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Apr 16, 2011
Arrived in Flagstaff, Arizona today! Continue reading
Posted Apr 14, 2011 at The Cultural Recyclists
Happy Sunday! Check out this video we made to see what dumpster diving is all about! Check out for more on dumpster diving and "freeganism" Continue reading
Posted Apr 2, 2011 at The Cultural Recyclists
Posted Mar 20, 2011 at The Cultural Recyclists
As we have been cycling across the country, we have envisioned many projects we would like to start. One of the projects is RIDE NOW (Reach Inside Discovery Everything Nomadic Outreach Workshops). This project would add a bus to our group of cyclists. This bus would house a bike shop,... Continue reading
Posted Mar 19, 2011 at The Cultural Recyclists
Happy Sunday! A few years ago, the natural gas industry took Pennsylvania by storm. Finally, the large Marcellus Shale deposit of possibly 500 trillion cubic feet of natural gas became economically viable as natural gas prices rose and the technology of horizontial drilling hydrofacturing appeared. Companies began a mad rush... Continue reading
Posted Mar 6, 2011 at The Cultural Recyclists
Happy Wednesday, For the last couple weeks, citizens of Wisconsin have occupied thier capital in Madison. Governor Scott Walker proposed a bill that is supposed to "fix" Wisconsin's $137 Million deficit and $3.6 Billion budget shortfall for the next few years. However, after looking over this bill and listening to... Continue reading
Posted Mar 2, 2011 at The Cultural Recyclists
We are! Just finished up the workshop and are heading now to Joshua Tree where this woman Lisa is working on a double eco-dome! So we're going to get hands-on right away! I would love to see you again man, its been much too long! Hope things are well back in Kansas! Bless you brother! Charlie