About Rhonda Winter

Rhonda Winter was raised by wolves, and subsequently has difficulty interacting with other humans; she can also be found on and Twitter.



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Local Foods: 5 Handy Tips for Summer Plum Abundance

August 17th, 2014 | by Rhonda Winter

Harvesting, growing, eating and preserving food that is raised right where you live are some of the easiest and most radical steps all of us can take to create a more sustainable world today. Here are five simple ideas for managing an excess of plums


Hidden Wealth of Obscenely Rich Can Not Be Measured

August 8th, 2014 | by Rhonda Winter

New research by the European Central Bank and the London School of Economics shows that the super wealthy are now so obscenely rich and adept at hiding money, that their assets can not even be accurately measured


Buying Legal Weed in Washington for My Dog

July 15th, 2014 | by Rhonda Winter

Last week recreational pot stores finally began opening across Washington state; buying legal weed for my dog was a pleasant experience, and we only had to wait in line a few minutes


US Patent Office Rules Redskins Logo is a Racist Slur

June 19th, 2014 | by Rhonda Winter

This week the United States Patent and Trademark Office cancelled six federal trademark registrations held by the Washington Redskins football organization, and issued a written ruling stating that the racist Redskins mascot clearly disparages Native Americans


Change the Mascot Demands NFL Retire Racist Redskin Logo

June 13th, 2014 | by Rhonda Winter

The Oneida Indian Nation has spearheaded a nationwide Change the Mascot campaign, demanding that the NFL retire their racist Redskins team logo; the activists have also produced this powerful video to help raise awareness about this issue


Zero Packaging Grocery Stores are Increasingly Popular

June 10th, 2014 | by Rhonda Winter

As our landfills overflow and the Great Pacific Garbage Patch grows, some good news is that zero packaging grocery stores are spreading across the globe; from Germany to Colorado, more people can buy locally grown food in bulk without wasteful packaging



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