Farming & Gardening

What Does It Mean to Be Self-Sufficient?

Posted by on May 10, 2021 in Environment, Farming & Gardening with 0 Comments
What Does It Mean to Be Self-Sufficient?

Many actions can be taken to build a self-sufficient lifestyle, gradually addressing our basic needs with more sustainable alternatives. Maria Marabito shares how to achieve a self-sustainable and self-sufficient lifestyle. #selfsufficient

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WATCH: How Chemical Farming Created an Epidemic of Chronic Disease

Posted by on May 6, 2021 in Environment, Farming & Gardening with 0 Comments
WATCH: How Chemical Farming Created an Epidemic of Chronic Disease

In “Chemical Farming and the Loss of Human Health,” Dr. Zach Bush exposes the truth about our toxic food system and its impact on human health. #chemicalfarming

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How to Grow a Survival Garden (and What to Do If It Dies)

Posted by on May 3, 2021 in Environment, Farming & Gardening with 0 Comments
How to Grow a Survival Garden (and What to Do If It Dies)

When a major part of your survival plan is growing your own food, being able to identify and overcome issues with your plan is vital. #vegetablegarden

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Are Autoflowers a Waste of Time?

Posted by on May 3, 2021 in Farming & Gardening, Uncategorized with 0 Comments
Are Autoflowers a Waste of Time?

Many weed purists wonder if autoflowers are a waste of time. We debunk this persistent myth and explain how great this type of weed really is.

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Oregon Bill to BAN Livestock: Stunning War on Farming/Ranching

Posted by on April 28, 2021 in Environment, Farming & Gardening with 0 Comments
Oregon Bill to BAN Livestock: Stunning War on Farming/Ranching

Oregon Bill IP13 would criminalize raising food animals in the state, and reclassify animal husbandry practices as “sexual assault.” The bill specifies that animals can only be eaten after dying of natural causes (at which point, aged/diseased meat is not good). #waronfarming

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What Big Ag Doesn’t Want You to Know: Small Farms Can Feed the World

Posted by on April 22, 2021 in Environment, Farming & Gardening with 1 Comment
What Big Ag Doesn’t Want You to Know: Small Farms Can Feed the World

According to a new peer-reviewed paper, “The Myth of a Food Crisis,” corrupt philanthropic and academic sectors in agriculture and development perpetuate the lie that Big Ag is the only way to feed the world. #smallfarms

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Warning: ‘Keys of the Food System’ Being Handed Over to Big Tech

Posted by on April 20, 2021 in Environment, Farming & Gardening with 0 Comments
Warning: ‘Keys of the Food System’ Being Handed Over to Big Tech

A misguided technological revolution is about to sweep through food systems, but civil society and social movements can stop it in its tracks. #food #foodsystem

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Six Months to Prevent a Hostile Takeover of Food Systems, and 25 Years to Transform Them

Six Months to Prevent a Hostile Takeover of Food Systems, and 25 Years to Transform Them

A misguided technological revolution is about to sweep through food systems, but civil society and social movements can stop it in its tracks. #longfoodmovement

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Study Finds That 64% of the World’s Farmland at Risk From Pesticide Pollution

Study Finds That 64% of the World’s Farmland at Risk From Pesticide Pollution

About one-third of the world’s agricultural land is at high risk from pesticide pollution, a new study has found. #pesticidepollution

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Garden Rebels: 10 Ways To Sow Revolution In Your Back Yard (And Why You Must Go To Battle)

Garden Rebels: 10 Ways To Sow Revolution In Your Back Yard (And Why You Must Go To Battle)

Perhaps the next Revolutionary War will take place in a vegetable garden. Resistance can begin as easily a planting one seed in a pot. It’s time to go to battle and declare your independence with a spade in one hand and some seeds in the other. #vegetablegarden

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Elon Musk’s Brother Starts ‘Million Garden Movement’ to Plant a Garden For Every Household Living in a Food Desert

Elon Musk’s Brother Starts ‘Million Garden Movement’ to Plant a Garden For Every Household Living in a Food Desert

What do ten dollars, a garden, Harrison Ford, and Elon Musk’s brother have in common? They’re all being used to combat food insecurity, malnutrition, and to build the world’s single biggest gardener community. #milliongardensmovement

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Indonesian Man Stops Drought And Brings Fortune to Village By Planting 11,000 Trees Over 19 Years

Posted by on March 25, 2021 in Eco-Friendly, Environment, Farming & Gardening with 0 Comments
Indonesian Man Stops Drought And Brings Fortune to Village By Planting 11,000 Trees Over 19 Years

In the rural countryside of Indonesia, one elderly man is taking it upon himself to rehabilitate a landscape ravaged by mismanagement. #trees #reforestation #plantingtrees

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What Is the Commons — and Why Should We Reclaim It?

Posted by on March 10, 2021 in Eco-Friendly, Environment, Farming & Gardening, Wildlife with 0 Comments
What Is the Commons — and Why Should We Reclaim It?

In the commons, we are conscious of nature’s ecological limits, aware that all humans have a right to air, water, and food, and we accept responsibility for the rights of future generations.

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Regenerative Food and Farming: The Road Forward

Regenerative Food and Farming: The Road Forward

Regeneration is now the hottest topic in the natural and organic food and farming sector, while climate activists regularly talk about the role of organic and regenerative practices in reducing agricultural greenhouse gas emissions #regenerativefarming

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Florida Man Uses Stimulus Check to Start Thriving Home Garden to Feed His Community

Florida Man Uses Stimulus Check to Start Thriving Home Garden to Feed His Community

One man from East Tampa, Florida, decided to use his funds from his federal stimulus check to invest in a much more long-term project: building his own garden at home and using it to help provide food for himself. He’s now teaching his community about the massive benefits of food independence. #StimulusCheck #homegardening

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