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My thoughts on doing a grassroots agriculture network with the goal of covering newes that both farmers and the public want to know.
In some ways very easy in others difficult.
As in there are a lot of Farm events around the Midwest that need to be covered then brought to the public To the tech to cover them is easy, coving the cost to do so is the hard part.
Looking to see if there is support for this idea.
This program will be featuring my Subject Tracer™ and white paper Agriculture Resources. We will be highlighting the latest and greatest agriculture resources and sources covering search engines, subject directories, articles, guides and tracers....everything AGRICULTURE on the Internet!!!! We will also discussing my latest freely available Awareness Watch Newsletter V13N10 November 2015 featuring Healthcare Online Resources 2016 and my freely available November 2015 Zillman Column highlighting a special report Mom's and Parenting Resources You may call in to ask your questions at (718)508-9839. The show is live and thirty minutes in length starting at 2:00pm EST on Saturday, November 21, 2015 and then archived for easy review and access. Listen, Call and Enjoy!!
Very happy to have Mark Inkrott on today! This fine young man once a player in the NFL is now working in Agriculture, bring with him the leadership skills learned in the NFL to agriculture leading the way in helping tell the story of farming.
This will be a very interesting show one you will be very happy to hear.
As the US Farm Bill creeps its way from the Senate to the House, many terms are being floated about. What do they mean for you and your plate? The types of Agriculture we support with policy and our own dollars will determine the future of food in the United States. A special segment will feature the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition's efforts on Capitol Hill to help shape the current farm bill. Enjoy!
Welcome to Farming and Gardening, presented by the News, Research and Communications Committee! Your Host is Brother Terrance Muhammad, he is looking forward to giving instruction to many who have asked him to provide them with this information, so this evening our program will be instructional...be ready to take some notes to keep in a file so that when you begin to focus on planning to plant your garden indoors or outdoors you will have notes to refer too! We look forward to your questions and comments on Saturday February 6, 2016 at 8:00pm, est.To enter the studio dial 347-945-5454. To enter the chat room go to the Ministry of Agriculture home page and scroll down where you will enter http://www.blogtalkradio.com/noimoa
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Welcome to the Ministry of Agriculture "News, Research & Communication" program with host Br. Sherman Muhammad, his guest this evening is Vicki Morrone, Organic Farming Specialist. We are looking forward to your presence in the studio 347-945-5454, and if you like the chat room it is available in the middle of the showpage www.blogtalkradio.com/noimoa. We are on the air several times weekly and every weekend monthly. Check this web page often and read our episode postings to be informed. Also, click on the ads on the page so that we can benefit from the revenue program
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What set this off was hearing more and more how Farming is under attack, not only here near where I live but all around this great country.
We can fight back or simply let them win.Why do we let East Cost Elletes tell farmers what to do? Why do we allow Big ag to dictate farming to line back accounts as farmers go out of busness>
Well I rather die on my feet then live on my knees
I have a voice I plan to use it!
With the approval of GMO Alfalfa, GMO Sugar Beets and GMO Corn, organic farmers are fighting harder than ever to protect their land and crops. Meanwhile, the agro-chemical companies are pleased that their profits are soaring. It is assumed that organic is in peril. Why is this devastating to organic farmers? One main reason is cross-fertilization. This is especially disastrous for organic farmers because once an organic field is contaminated, the organic farmer’s certification is at risk. The organic label prohibits the use of GMO crops. Losing organic certification would mean the farmer’s goods can no longer be sold for the premium price that helps cover the costs of growing organically. According to Farmaid.org, most genetically engineered crops hitting the market are developed by multinational companies such as Monsanto, Syngenta, Dupont and Dow Chemical to increase their sales and push their related pesticides. For example, Roundup Ready crops are engineered to withstand Monsanto’s toxic herbicide Roundup. With Roundup Ready alfalfa and sugar beets on the market, Monsanto can expect increased profits from its new seeds, as well as increased sales of Roundup herbicide to douse all those new seeds. This has also been a core issue for the beekeeping community which has expressed concern that the combination of GMO crops with the companion technology of neonicotinoids is devastating the rapidly declining bee population. It appears that the fate of organic farmers in the USA seems doomed but is it? In this encore segment of The Organic View, host, June Stoyer talks to organic farming advocate, Dr. Bob Quinn, President of Kamut® International. Today's show is sponsored by Eden Foods. When you shop online at EdenFoods.com enter the coupon code “ORGVIEW” to receive 20% OFF any regularly priced items (excluding cases).
If talking is just not enough, then what might be?
Anastasia has been addressing this question at some length, recently, on the New Horizons Small “Zones of Peace Project blog site while both Jack and Anastasia began taking up the issue on their last radio show broadcast.
“There is no simple answer. So let’s break the complexities down into some of their parts,” suggests Anastasia. From where I sit the goal seems to be how do we, personally and collectively, move ourselves forward from the extremes of independence, self-centeredness and separateness, even polarization, into the kind of collaboration and creative problem solving that can help us build sustainable communities.
Join Anastasia and Jack for a lively broadcast discussion on the topic, followed by a conference call forum where listeners can offer their viewpoints and ideas. Conference Call forum follows on air broadcast. Call in: 712.432.0600, access code 640883
Welcome and thank you for returning! We desire for each of you to have a prosperous year in 2016, in all that you do of good! We do not need any more bad guyzz...big grin! Your host for the show is Dr. Ridgely M. Muhammad and as you know - expect the unexpected. We are setting up early for next week, due to an ice storm where the studio is located, in Virginia, some of our equipment is failing to operate, consistently. So we offer you this opportunity to visit the archives this evening, January 23, 2016 and select from the many recordings placed there for the past 2.5 years. We recommend the January 16, 2016 show with returning guest Vickie Marrone, an organic soil specialist, she was great! We look forward to your presence in the studio next Saturday January 30, 2016 at 8:00p.m. est. studio # is 347-945-5454. Have a safe week, according to the weather broadcasts there are storms across the entire nation, some worse then others...
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The achievement gap between U.S. students and those in other nation and among different groups of students in the United States is a significant long-term drag on the economy, according to a national research group’s study that seeks to quantify that impact.
Join the Farming & Gardening Committee program with Host Majiedah Muhammad and her Guest Tepfirah Rushdan, member of the organization called 'The Greening of Detroit.' and a community activist in the field of agriculture.
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