Hugelkultur – Saving Water, Fertilizer…and Your Back!

Hugelkultur – Saving Water, Fertilizer…and Your Back!

A Whole New Meaning to “Raised Bed” Gardening   Hugelkultur is raised garden beds that reduce or eliminate the need for irrigation and fertilizer. This video shows the why and how of this type of raised garden bed. Hugelkultur can be built by hand or with machinery; urban lots or large acreage farms; The focal

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Six Ways to Find Work You Love

Six Ways to Find Work You Love

  Six Ways to Stop Worrying and Find Work You Love Quitting work that leaves you unfulfilled requires a lot of courage. Here are six things you can do to get yourself ready to take the plunge. Published by Roman Krznaric, May, 2013   [If you prefer to hear many of the comments below rather than

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Seed Diversity and FoodForests

Seed Diversity and FoodForests

Heirloom Seed, a critical link between Human Sovereignty and Freedom. by Noha, Published September 16, 2013 Seed and seed diversity have been one of the keys to the evolution of Humanity, the biological marvel that makes our Planet so special, magnificent and beautiful. The symbiosis, wonder and nourishment human beings gain from diverse thriving ecologies

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Did The Fed Just Legalize Pot?

Did The Fed Just Legalize Pot?

    Marijuana Ruling Could Signal End of Prohibition on Pot Published by Colleen Curry, ABC News, August 31, 2013     It’s legal to light up in Colorado and Washington, and soon smoking pot could be legalized across the country following a decision Thursday by the federal government. “DOJ said that as long as

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World’s Oldest Yoga Teacher Turns 95

World’s Oldest Yoga Teacher Turns 95

Tao Porchon-Lynch: World’s Oldest Yoga Teacher Turns 95 Published by Robert Sturman, August 2013 “Yoga is a dance within…and then something inside you grows so big, it spills out like champagne, that’s when you dance on the outside.” ~ Tao Porchon-Lynch   Master Tao Porchon-Lynch is a yoga master, ballroom dancer, oenophile (lover of wine) former actress,

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Susan Werner is Kicking the Beehive

Susan Werner is Kicking the Beehive

    Susan Werner is Kicking the Beehive       Susan Werner is a talented, engaging folk musician from Iowa whose songwriting emphasizes snappy and satirical lyrics about the witty, wacky and real facets of farm life she knows so well. NPR recognized her in 2009 as the “Empress of the Unexpected” and since

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Lake Conjola – Pictures from the Weekend

Lake Conjola – Pictures from the Weekend

Lake Conjola: A Wish for Ascended Living Published by Holly Tucker, Editor, Nova Earth News, August 26, 2013 An invitation to visit Australia was an extraordinary opportunity. Certainly I would have traveled far more than the 20,000 roundtrip miles from South Florida to my destination of Lake Conjola given the One People Ascended Living Inaugural weekend

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How The One People Can Get Their Mojo Back!

How The One People Can Get Their Mojo Back!

Principles of Eternal Essence by Holly Tucker, Nova Earth News Editor, Published August 6, 2013 “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”- Buckminster Fuller   Since the worldwide awakening prompted by the One People’s Public Trust, it’s become clear to

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14-Year Old Activist Challenges TV Host Over GMOs

14-Year Old Activist Challenges TV Host Over GMOs

  14-year-old GMO Activist Teaches TV Host About GMOs by Mike Adams, August 1, 2013         Her name is Rachel Parent, and she’s suddenly an internet sensation for her cool-headed debate about GMOs on a popular Canadian TV show. (She’s also the founder of the Kids Right to Know GMO Walk.) As you’ll see

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Self Reliance in Los Angeles

Self Reliance in Los Angeles

  See How One Couple Squeezes An Entire Farm Onto Their Small Los Angeles Property by Kirsten Dirksen, Published June 2013 Erik Knutzen and Kelly Coyne have been farming their yard in Los Angeles for over a decade. In addition to a mini orchard and extensive veggie garden, they have all the instruments of an

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Permaculture – The Way Forward

Permaculture – The Way Forward

  Permaculture – The Way Forward By Noha , Published August 1, 2013     The small town of Nimbin nestled in the hills of Northern NSW Australia is famous for it’s colourful characters, activists, creatives, healers and people generally wanting to live a sustainable and peaceful life in the country. The year 2013 marks

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Alice Herz Sommer – How Music Saved Her Life

Alice Herz Sommer – How Music Saved Her Life

    The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life From Oscar®-winning filmmaker Malcolm Clarke and Nicholas Reed, Producer “I have no space nor time for pessimism and hate.” Alice Herz-Sommer is 109 years old. As well as being the second oldest person living in London, England – she is more significantly the world’s oldest survivor of

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