True Gratitude

We have a lot to be thankful for, eh? Unfortunately, sometimes, I choose guilt instead of gratitude. I know that I have many possessions and privileges that others don’t: more clothes than I can keep track of, the security of knowing that I will get enough to eat each day, clean water to use for […]

An Open Letter to Messiah College (ft. Joel Johnson)

An Open Letter To Messiah College, You thought the power outage on Tuesday was simply a construction fluke. Think again. Attention Messiah Community. It is time for us to step out of the shadows and into the light. We call ourselves FLABBY SOWING: Guerilla Sustainability, Building A Brighter Future Whether You Like It Or Not. […]

The Pacific Northwest: ft. guest blogger Jessalyn Megerle

Hey there, sustain-a-folks! We’re shaking things up a bit this week here on the Messiah Sustainability blog: My name is Jessalyn Megerle, and I’m your guest writer for this beautiful week! A little bit about me: I’m a senior, majoring in Sustainability Studies, concentrating in sustainable agriculture, and minoring in Food and Nutrition. I’m also […]