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I do some more looking at small scale Urban Farming with the idea of if they can make a return on investment to be sustainable
Small scale meaning the lots one can find in many American Cities.
Why do we not see more efforts in Urban Farming using Racine WI as an example
Sometimes the truth is hard to handle vs dreaming of a myth
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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 to the Gardening & Farming program! This evening your host is Br. Terrence Muhammad, his guest is "Chad." So, join us Saturday at 8:00p.m. est. December 5, 2015. We look forward to your presence in the studio, to do that just dial 347-945-5454. To enter the chat room from the home page http://www..blogtalkradio.com/noimoa
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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.
in Real Estate
Today on "It's My House" we are honored and blessed to be speaking with Jay Warmke, who is one half of the "Sustainable Dynamic Duo" (Jay & Annie Warmke) who operate "Blue Rock Station".
Blue Rock Station is a "sustainable living learning center" located in Philo, Ohio. At Blue Rock Station one can learn how to build a "strawbale house". solar cook, build a solar generator", basic farming, etc. etc. etc.
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Join me for this special show! I am replaying the interview of a very close friend of mine Kyle McMahan who passed over the holiday. Kyle had a very significant impact on my life and I would like you to hear his words on Growing a Sustainable Business.
I will be back next week with a new episode of CAPBuilder Talk.
Join Us as we welcome our special guest star Director of Happily Natural Day & Harding Street Urban Agriculture Center ...our brother putting in the foot work Duron Chavis. Brother Duron will be building on how and why we should grow our own money by usage of micro-farming......what is micro-farming? That and more will be shared during this show.....
Revitalizing the Hood with Urban Agriculture: http://bit.ly/1rapTxw
“No pedagogy which is truly liberating can remain distant from the oppressed by treating them as unfortunates and by presenting for their emulation models from among the oppressors. The oppressed must be their own example in the struggle for their redemption.” ? Paulo Freire, Pedagogy of the Oppressed
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).
Eartheart Network News "Land to Mouth" food, farm & garden edition. The Land to Mouth Food Edition of Eartheart Network Radio brings you the latest in important food, farm and garden news with ways to deepen your connection to what your are eating and the world it's grown in. We are honored to feature wonderful guests and helpful information for each week as the seasons pass in the garden with the help of Pat Battle's This Week in the Garden. Hear from inspiring teachers and leaders in sustainable, organic agriculture and celebrate your relationship with food and the earth.