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Facebook. The 5 Worst Food Additives Ever. Mozilla Firefox Start Page. DORway » Aspartame & Aspartame Poisoning Information Site. INFORMATION CLEARING HOUSE. NEWS, COMMENTARY & INSIGHT. Urban Gardening with Laura and John Klein: Urban Farmer of the Week — UrbanFig. Number of Years Urban Gardening: 10Favorite Thing To Grow: In winter, greens like Swiss chard, Arugula, Kale, etc. and in the summer heirloom tomatoes and herbs galoreFavorite Garden Recipes: Organic Arugula Radicchio Salad, Oven-Dried Organic Cherry Tomatoes and Organic Heirloom Tomato and Red Ruffle Basil SaladUrban Farming Location: Los Angeles, CAGardening Advice: Just do it!

Urban Gardening with Laura and John Klein: Urban Farmer of the Week — UrbanFig

Don’t worry about planning, feel it out Meet Laura and John Klein, close friends of mine and partly responsible for inspiring me to grow my own food. Urban Homestead - Living the Real Simple Life (ABC Nightline) THEPEOPLESBOYCOTT.COM. Renewables nearly competitive with fossil fuels, even without subsidies. In 2010, investors and governments poured $187 billion into renewables and just $157 billion into natural gas, oil and coal.

Renewables nearly competitive with fossil fuels, even without subsidies

A big chunk of the renewables investment ($66 billion in subsidies) represents forward-thinking governments nurturing their domestic renewable energy sectors through incentives. But renewables will soon be kicking fossil fuels’ asses even without that support, reports Bloomberg. “Wind in some cases already is, or can in coming years, be fully cost-competitive with fossil fuels,” [said Peter Brun of wind turbine maker Vestas]. “Fossil-fuel prices will continue to rise, and that increases the competitiveness of new technologies. Seed Sovereignty: Whoever Controls the Seed, Controls Food - Locally Grown News. Mike Faucette of Faucette Farms is a certified organic farmer.

Seed Sovereignty: Whoever Controls the Seed, Controls Food - Locally Grown News

He and his family have been farming land in Brown Summit, North Carolina for seven generations. But he, along with farmers across the country, have been threatened by pollen, winds and the growing encroachment of genetically modified seed. And they are fighting back. Sow True Seed of Asheville, NC, along with 82 other farmers, seed companies and advocacy groups will be represented in New York City as the class action lawsuit against Monsanto seed patents begins on Tuesday, January 31. The Organic Seed Grower and Trade Association (OSGATA), et. al. v.

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</strong></p><p>You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. </p></div></div> Global Healing Center. Where-does-your-recycling-actually-go.html from organicauthority.com. Throughout the week you diligently placed your used glass, aluminum, steel, plastic and paper items into your recycling bin. No junk mail got tossed in the trash. No wine bottle went astray. And you even remembered to set your bin on the curb ON pick-up day (yes!). Peak Everything: An Interactive Look At How Much Of Everything Is Left. Scientific American has done a great summary of peak commodity levels as well as depletion projections for some of the most critical resources in the world including oil, gold, silver copper, not to mention renewable water, as well as estimating general food prices over the next half century.

Peak Everything: An Interactive Look At How Much Of Everything Is Left

Generally speaking, regardless of whether one believes in peak oil or not, the facts are that stores of natural resources are disappearing at an increasingly alarming pace. And instead of the world's (formerly) richest country sponsoring R&D and basic science to find alternatives, the US government continues to focus on funding a lost Keynesian cause, debasing the dollar and perpetuating a system that will do nothing to resolve any of these ever more pressing concerns. Some key highlights from Scientific American, as well as the year in which a given resource either peaks or runs out: Oil - 2014 Peak.

Land Stewardship Project. NFFC Home. Family Farm Defenders. ‘No Food Rights’ Judge quits to work for Monsanto law firm. From Greg Orelind at Narbi.com Food Rights, Gene Rights and Monsanto.

‘No Food Rights’ Judge quits to work for Monsanto law firm

New Realm Reorder. 20th January 2012 By Chris Bourne Contributing Writer for Wake up World. 12 Things You Were Not Taught in School About Creative Thinking. By Michael Michalko 1.

12 Things You Were Not Taught in School About Creative Thinking

You are creative. The artist is not a special person, each one of us is a special kind of artist. Home - Simple Solar Homesteading. Natural Building. The World That Can Be/New Future.

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Serf in USA: History. Growing Awareness Urban Farm. Click on the individual pictures on the right for more details on approximate size and volume. The general rule of thumb when selecting an olla for a particular pot or space, is to keep in mind that the water seeps out approximately the radius of the olla; the larger the space, the bigger the olla you will need! Little Homestead in the City - the Urban Homestead Journal. Sustainable Living on a Small Farm the Permaculture Way. Eartheasy.com ~ Solutions for Sustainable Living. Meg Montgomery - Messages. How much sugar in a can of cola? Chicken Nugget Production Line.

Conscious Awakenings - Welcome. The Real Revolution - Krishnamurti 1-4. The Self-Illuminated Human. By Dr.

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