It's uncomfortable to talk about Utah college student Mackenzie Lueck's murder right now because it's so raw, so recent, so grisly. It's heartrending that a bright young life was ended in such a brutal and senseless way, leaving unwitting observers helpless save the compassion for the acute suffering of her family and friends. At the same time, teaching moments are just that — the moment we're … [Read more...] about Mackenzie Lueck and the “Women Can Do No Wrong” Argument
Women are making a huge impact in the urban farming world, both as farmers and as leaders of organizations that support farmers, from community gardens to educational institutions to businesses ton development organizations and more. The farmer in this piece, Emily Melvin, is a former Senior Fellow of the Allegheny Mountain Institute who was also part of a team that worked in partnership with … [Read more...] about She’s the farmer
There's a fascinating discussion going on in bike-blog-land as a result of Elly Blue's Bicycling's Gender Gap post at Grist. Editor’s Note: This is a guest post on Lindsay's List. If you're a friend of Lindsay's, a friend of energy conservation, or just have an idea to help women live locally with a smaller carbon footprint, then send us a piece of your own through our Contact Form. She makes … [Read more...] about Gender gap?