In my fantasy life I would have every article or short story I have ever published listed here.  That would be a list going back to 1981.  Here’s hoping I get to complete that project soon.

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Here is a piece I wrote for KQED’s Science of Sustainability QUEST project:  In Wood We Trust

Here is a piece I wrote for the Rockefeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities Project.

Here are my contributions to the Mother Earth News Fair Blogs.

Here’s a blog entry I did for New Society about my time in Paris.

Open Biodiesel is a piece I wrote for the folks at Opensource.com.  They are looking for angles on how open source thinking can transcend the software business.

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I sometimes write for our community newspaper, The Chatham County Line.

And I used to write for the Chapel Hill News.

magazine stories by lyle estill

Here is a piece I wrote for Biodiesel Magazine about safety: Safety From the School of Hard Knocks November 2013

And here is a story on Solar Double Cropping that my brother Glen and I wrote for Permaculture Activist. November 2013

"At last! A biofuel book that is realistic about global supply potential while being hands-on useful to the backyard or garage enthusiast. Though some first generation biodiesel books were hampered by hype and misinformation, Estill and Armantrout get it right."
Richard Heinberg, author of Afterburn on Backyard Biodiesel(2015).