|Attention iPad Owners!|
OM Newspaper Goes Digital
Yep, you heard right! The OM will no longer be solely available in its regular paper form, now you will be able to read the latest issue right from your computer at home or on your iPad! The Pacific Symposium 2012 issue marks the first digital issue of OM available for free online. Just visit www.pacificcollege.edu/OMDigital to read the latest issue right on the website. You'll be able to flip through the pages, jump to the articles you want to read, just like in the newspaper, and also click on the links inside articles and ads to go directly to the websites!
Also, for all you iPad users, the OM will now be available in the Apple App store. OM Newspaper is a FREE app that automatically downloads new issues from your subscriptions, and notifies you when there's a new issue, so you don't have to think about it. Just download the app from the App Store, and search for OM Newspaper, and add it to your iPad. You will then have the OM with you wherever you go! We hope you enjoy our new digital platforms and, of course, our same great, up to date coverage on the Oriental medicine news you care about!
|Pacific College Faculty Member Helps Launch Wild Willow Farm
Located adjacent to a wildlife refuge in San Diego, Wild Willow Farm is non-profit project for San Diegans of all ages to pick their own fresh produce, connect with other farmers, meet local foodies, and learn how to garden. Wild Willow is part of a larger non-profit organization called San Diego Roots Sustainable Food Project. Pacific College San Diego's very own alumna and faculty member, Miles Thomas, was lucky enough to be on the Permaculture Design team of the Wild Willow Sustainable Farm.
Thomas owns his own practice, South Park Community Acupuncture, and first heard about San Diego Roots through patients who helped run the organization. Always encouraging students and patients to learn cooking and gardening skills, he set up an educational "garden build" at his South Park home with "Victory Gardens", another wing of San Diego Roots that focuses on home and urban based edible gardens. Several months later, Thomas decided to do some more intensive Permaculture Training in Orange County for his personal project in Mexico, a 16 acre organic farm called "Jardin Lumbini Communidad Permacultura"...Read more HERE
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