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How to Grow Strawberries

Posted by on April 29, 2018 in Food, Drink & Nutrition, Health with 0 Comments
How to Grow Strawberries

Strawberries are high in immune-boosting nutrients such as vitamin C, anthocyanins, ellagitannins, flavonols, terpenoids, phenolic and ellagic acids that help fight infections. They also contain manganese, folate, potassium and copper. Here’s how to grow them.

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How To Grow Your Own Food and Why You Should

Posted by on January 14, 2018 in Food, Drink & Nutrition, Health with 0 Comments
How To Grow Your Own Food and Why You Should

Gardening helps create a more sustainable global food system and is a great form of exercise, benefiting your physical and emotional well-being. Growing garden-grown fruits and vegetables are the freshest and most nutrient-dense foods available.

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Grow Your Own Food Throughout the Year with the Cost and Energy Efficient Micro-Climate System [Video]

Posted by on October 6, 2017 in Eco-Friendly, Environment with 0 Comments
Grow Your Own Food Throughout the Year with the Cost and Energy Efficient Micro-Climate System [Video]

As the population keeps on increasing, so too will humans have to keep searching for food, water and other basic necessities of life. The Greenhouse of the Future may have the solution to our problem.

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Have a Better Garden: 5 Surprising Ways to Use Recycled ‘Garbage’

Posted by on May 21, 2015 in Eco-Friendly, Environment with 1 Comment
Have a Better Garden: 5 Surprising Ways to Use Recycled ‘Garbage’

When you mix the self-sustaining practice of growing your own food with the environmentally supporting habit of recycling, you are helping the world two-fold, and you get some tasty offerings in the process.

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Growing Your Own Food Part of Our Future, Expert Says

Posted by on February 18, 2015 in Food, Drink & Nutrition, Health with 0 Comments
Growing Your Own Food Part of Our Future, Expert Says

The answer for many of society’s problems can be found by walking in the opposite direction of the current push for further centralization being sold in many aspects of our life. Indeed, it is because of the centralization of the food system that we are now vulnerable to supply chain disruptions that can come from a variety of sources, instantly crippling unprepared communities. In addition, a centralized food supply allows large corporations to monopolize the food sources while diminishing our rights and lessening the quality. As this has happened, answers began appearing like the seven acre Beacon Hill site in Seattle which made headlines in 2009 with plans for the first free open Food Forest within city limits. Simultaneously, the commonsense concept gained momentum through many cities across America.

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The Changing Face of Revolution – 3 Inspiring People Who are Undermining the Matrix

Posted by on April 4, 2014 in Activism, Inspirational with 1 Comment
The Changing Face of Revolution – 3 Inspiring People Who are Undermining the Matrix

Because our world is so poorly managed, abused and in such terrible condition, it is incumbent upon thoughtful people to radically reform and completely change their own lives, and to engage in and participate in action that effectively undermines and chips away at the status quo systems and paradigms that control us and keep us bound to self-destructive behaviors and indebted to corrupt rulers. In this light, there are ample opportunities for an individual or a community to participate in a new kind of revolution which seeks to dramatically change the systems that govern our life. Take, for example the works and inspiration of these 3 modern day revolutionaries, who are undermining the matrix with their common sense and innovation.

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You Can Grow Organic Food From Table Scraps!

Posted by on March 30, 2014 in Food, Drink & Nutrition, Health with 0 Comments
You Can Grow Organic Food From Table Scraps!

See what happens three days after Melissa Melton planted two cloves of organic garlic leftover from the kitchen in a small food grade bucket with a bunch of holes drilled in it, some organic dirt, compost, and watering.

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