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The Proximity Principle – Uniting Local Farmers with Local Buyers – The Imperative of Our Time

The Proximity Principle – Uniting Local Farmers with Local Buyers – The Imperative of Our Time

New trading, bartering, and sharing practice will be built around the adoption of this ‘proximity principle’. This is the one sure way of effectively resisting the Klaus Schwab farm killer and the New World Order plan for global domination of the food chain. #localfarming

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UK’s Largest Vertical Farm That Uses Only Sunlight Begins First Harvest

UK’s Largest Vertical Farm That Uses Only Sunlight Begins First Harvest

Using only natural light for photosynthesis and heat, Shockingly Fresh’s greenhouse in Offenham, England, can produce four times the yield compared with regular farming, while using much less energy than other vertical farms. #verticalfarm

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Animal Agriculture Emits Nearly 60% of Greenhouse Gases From Food Production: Study

Written by on September 14, 2021 in Environment, Environmental Hazards, Farming & Gardening with 0 Comments
Animal Agriculture Emits Nearly 60% of Greenhouse Gases From Food Production: Study

Global food production accounts for more than a third of all greenhouse gas emissions, with meat and dairy responsible for twice as much planet-heating carbon pollution as plant-based foods, according to the results of a major study published Monday. #animalagriculture #foodproduction

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Desperate To Change Your Garden? Top Pond Ideas To Redecorate Your Summer Garden

Written by on September 3, 2021 in Farming & Gardening with 0 Comments
Desperate To Change Your Garden? Top Pond Ideas To Redecorate Your Summer Garden

Here we’ll explore several suggestions of this kind to help you more efficiently and effectively upgrade your backyard garden.

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From Soil to Society: A Systems Approach to Change

Written by on August 19, 2021 in Eco-Friendly, Environment, Farming & Gardening with 0 Comments
From Soil to Society: A Systems Approach to Change

To build a different system—one that values healthy soils, biodiversity, clean water, and human capital overexploitation and profit at all costs—we must invest in the knowledge that supports it. #environmentallyfriendly #soilhealth

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The History of the Barn House

Written by on July 8, 2021 in Farming & Gardening with 0 Comments
The History of the Barn House

Everyone has an idea of what a barn house looks like, and most people tend to think it’s somewhere where you keep horses. But that isn’t the case. A barn is a bit different from the barn house – people live here. When you come across one, you feel comfortable, and the simplicity throws you […]

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Urban Farmers Believe They Have Key to Solve Violent Crime

Urban Farmers Believe They Have Key to Solve Violent Crime

There’s one neighborhood in St. Louis, Missouri, which has one of the highest homicides rates in the country, is experimenting with “urban farming” as a way to lessen food insecurity that may result in less crime. #urbanfarming

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Gardening Advice from Indigenous Food Growers

Gardening Advice from Indigenous Food Growers

Taking cues from Native gardening practices can help even novice gardeners get growing in these difficult circumstances. Follow Indigenous gardeners’ advice to grow your own plot, however small or experimental. #ndigenousfoodgrowers

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EU Parliament Overwhelmingly Votes to End Caged Animal Farming

Written by on June 16, 2021 in Environment, Farming & Gardening with 1 Comment
EU Parliament Overwhelmingly Votes to End Caged Animal Farming

The European Union voted to end caged animal farming following overwhelming public demand for the measure. 1.4 million people across Europe signed a petition to “End the Cage Age,” and MEPs are now calling for a ban by 2027. #cagefreefarming #EndTheCageAge

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What Does It Mean to Be Self-Sufficient?

Written 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

Written 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)

Written 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?

Written 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

Written 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

Written 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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