Man Made DIY | Crafts for Men How The Sharing Gardens Produces Literally Tons of Free Food All images: Sharing Gardens. Cross-posted from Communities magazine. A Sharing Garden differs from the usual community garden in that it is one large plot shared by all, instead of many separate ones rented by individuals. My husband Chris Burns and I started the first Sharing Garden in the small rural town of Alpine, Oregon, in April of 2009. That first year, we created and maintained the gardens mostly by ourselves. That spring, we moved from a two-bedroom house, where we paid $750 per month in rent, to a 1950s, park-model (plumbing hooked up to septic), 8 feet by 40 feet travel trailer. In year two (2010), things began to grow exponentially. This second Sharing Garden is located about five miles from Alpine in the town of Monroe. In 2010, we began to grow the volunteer program in earnest. Some of my best memories of that year were on harvest days. Tomato picking is for people who like the hunt. There is a beautiful “hum” in the gardens on harvest days. Water more efficiently.
LA MARGARITA SE AGITA | Sobre comida y alimentos Herbs Info - Learn About Herbs, Herbal Remedies and Essential Oils DIY Craft Projects and Handmade Gift Ideas - Craftbits.com worldtruth It’s probably not something you think about every day, whether or not the foods you are eating could contain carcinogens, but with almost 1.5 million people diagnosed with some type of cancer just last year, perhaps it’s time to look at what is in our foods that could be causing such a huge number of new cancer patients. Here is a list of the top 10 foods that you most likely consume every day that may contain carcinogens or be suspected of causing cancer. 1. Microwave Popcorn Those little bags of popcorn are so convenient to just stick in the microwave, you wouldn’t think for a minute that they could be dangerous to your health, but they are. Now, let’s talk about the contents. Also, applied to the popcorn itself, is a chemical called diacetyl. 2. Fruits that are non-organic are contaminated with some very dangerous pesticides such as atrazine, thiodicarb, and organophosphates, as well as high nitrogen fertilizers. Atrazine is banned in European countries but still used here. 3. 4. 5.
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Scientists Studied What Psychedelics Do to the Brain, And It’s Not What You’ve Been Told It turns out that psychedelics aren’t just good for turning into an elf and jousting a car. Psychiatrists, psychologists and specialists in addiction and recovery from traumatic experiences have been investigating the use of hallucinogens in treatment programs, and the results indicate that psychedelics actually have practical therapeutic uses. And one drug has proven particularly useful. Repeated studies have found the psychedelic compound found in magic mushrooms, psilocybin, can help people move past major life issues — like beating alcoholism and becoming more empathetic. The research: One study concluded that controlled exposure to psilocybin could have long-lasting medical and spiritual benefits. In 2011, Johns Hopkins researchers found that by giving volunteer test subjects just the right dose (not enough to give them a terrifying bad trip), they were able to reliably induce transcendental experiences in volunteers. This is strictly do-not-try-this-at-home. About The Author
Art de Fruita: Detalles deliciosos para tus invitados "Bouquet" de fresas con chocolates. (Precio según cantidad y temporada de la fruta) Corazón con fresas vestidas de boda o comunión. ( Precio según cantidad y temporada de la fruta) Tarro de cristal con rosas de fresa y uvas. Tarro de mermelada casera "Bouquet" de piña con frutas y chocolate. The Mountain Rose Blog Instructables - Make, How To, and DIY