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

"Community is quickly emerging as the most important word in the environmental lexicon, and for a society that is focused so squarely on individualist consumerism, it's not the easiest concept to really understand. Small is Possible is a real-life, warts-and-all description of how to get things going back in the direction of neighborliness. I found it immensely hopeful."
Bill McKibben, author of Eaarth and climate change activist