• 'Ask Ralph and Lahni' answers timely questions about Environmental Design, Sacred Geometry, & Natural Health.  CLICK HERE to watch recent episodes. You can find their Design Books HEREErgoDynamic Books HERE and the Herbal Health Books HERE.  

  • 'Planetary Calendar TV' is a fun show based on one of America's longest published Astrological Calendars, started in 1949. It includes a monthly forecast and a short education segment. To Watch This Month's Forecast CLICK HERE . You can also purchase the 2018 and 2019 editions of the calendar HERE

  • Welcome, We create books, calendars,  TV shows and consult about Herbology,  Astrology, ErgoDynamics,  and Wine Tourism. 

  • Three TV Shows!

  • 'Wine Country at Work' is our most popular TV series. On air since 2012 we take a peek behind the scenes in the world of wine tourism destinations. The upcoming season is a collection of great stories we've accumulated from years of touring, so stay tuned. CLICK HERE to watch recent episodes. Our popular guide books are focused on navigating Wine Country and you can check them out HERE

For learn more about  our TV shows, to register for a workshop or to inquire about a consultation,  please contact us using the form below or email us at Lahni@spaceandtime.com, or call us @ 707-235-2648

  • Workshops & Consultations


    We offer periodic workshops in the San Francisco Bay Area on our favorite subjects. Currently we are in publishing and wine touring mode and we don't have anything scheduled. 

  • We Consult in Astrology, Feng Shui and Natural Healing. Design consultations can be on site, by phone, Skype/FaceTime or recorded  video. To learn more click HERE

  • Publishing

    We create books, specialty calendars and video programs.

  • You can find the Sacred Design books HERE, and

  • The ErgoDynamic Books are  HERE, and

  • The Herbology Books HERE.  

  • The Planetary Calendar is  HERE

  • Our Tour Books are on the Amicis Tours Site Click HERE

  • An Episode of Wine Country at Work: A Discussion about the Smoke

  • We are putting together an episode and inviting participation from members of our community.

    We want to know how this affected you personally? People make changes because of how they are affected emotionally and physically, so please share that, because others will relate to that and realize their experience is not unique, that the entire community is influenced.

  • Beyond that, the concept of the wisdom of the crowd shows that the solutions we need are often discoverable if we ask enough people who know something about the topic!

    People ask how us if the smoke is affecting the grapes? What about the people and the communities? As importantly, what can we do to improve this, as a community? The problem is both macro and micro:  global warming, but also weak electrical lines, rural spread and decreased logging. So, we are asking, what can our community do on both levels?

    Clearly the hospitality industry has been damaged, but what about the health of agricultural workers who spend their time outside?

    The fires and smoke are impacting our community’s mental, emotional, physical and economic health? What will the long-term effects be and how can we address those in advance?

    Here are some ideas that I have accumulated from friends and media about reducing the incidence of fires.

    Changing the policies that reduced logging in the state, which traditionally managed the forests and maintained the paths. Previously two wood fired power plants operated in California using the debris from the lumber industry. New technologies have made wood a much clearer energy source.

    Hardening of the electrical grid in at risk regions to prevent fires. Decentralization of the electrical system to reduce the number of lines through encouraging environmentally smart power systems. This would reduce the dependence on vulnerable electrical lines.

    Urban planning and tax policy to encourage more people to live in denser housing. Limiting the number of people living in rural or ex-suburb regions. In a weird paradox, cities are ‘greener’ than either suburbs or countryside homes because of the reduced carbon emissions from heating, cooling and transportation.

    I have my own ideas as an herbalist about ways to help people overcome the effects of smoke, but is there anything that can be done wide scale?

    Napa County, through preserving the farmland and concentrating housing within the city limits, is a great example of a green city. We are a bit more spread out than ideal, but this is an agricultural city so we need a place for our SUV’s, pickup trucks and gear.

    Like everyone else, I have my own limited perspective, so, I am asking people whose opinions I trust to share their personal insights and hopefully the wisdom of the crowd will bring good ideas to light. Thank you,

    Ralph & Lahni

    Space and Time Productions  

  • Feel free to share any comments below. Thanks, R