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John Kempf, Founder and CEO of Advancing Eco Agriculture, interviews Kent Friedrichsen of Perry, Iowa. Kent is a long-time farmer of various crops including corn, soybean, aronia berries, hazlenut, alfalfa, etc.
Kent discusses the current state and challenges of agriculture and how moving away from pesticides has been a benefit. He explains that while other farmers are battling Japanese Beetles, his crops are going unaffected due to the increase in his overall crop health and plant nutrition.
Listen now to learn more about Kent's methods and experiences.
WHY IS THE BLACKMAN & BLACKWOMAN CONFUSED? DO THEY WANT TO BE IN A CONSTANT STATE OF CONFUSION? WHAT PUT THEM INTO A CONFUSED STATE? WHAT WILL BRING THEM OUT OF THE CONFUSED STATE? IS THIS STATE OF CONFUSION KEEP THEM FROM ADVANCING AS A PEOPLE? FIND OUT THE ANSWERS TO ALL OF THESE QUESTIONS TONIGHT AT 9:30PM ON FUTURE OF MENTELLECT RADIO (BLOGTALK) FEAT THE INTEL.NUBEN MENKARAYZZ/MFA
Too often today we hear about violence, but do you ever notice, what's not spoken is who is usually the perpetrator of the violence. Environmentalist and radical feminist, otherwise knowsn as Radical Eco-Feminist, Elaine Charkowski will chat with me tonight about the importance of naming male violence, why that's currently taboo and why it is so important that we do it anyway. As she says rather urgently - "It's the vomit on the carpet that everyone steps around and ignores!" In light of the current heat the NFL is taking for trying to sweep away their domestic violence problem, this is a timely subject that just may be changing. We'll discuss the basic ethic of patriarchy which is "might makes right" and how language isused to hide and sanctify the brute force of patriarchy. We'll delve into malespeak as women's "second language" and the "absent referent". You'll hear about the passive voice vs. the active voice, sex neutral terms, erasing and/or watering down women's words, and how important it is to give words the power to act as if they were physical beings. You will not be the same after this show - I promise!
These days we hear a lot about genetically-altered, chemically-grown fruits and vegetables. Many people clamor for food that is fresher,sustainable and grown without pesticides.
What are the consequences of years of pesticide usage and farming methods that strip the nutrients from our soil? IS organic farming practical and are the results really that much better?
Teresa's guest, Tom Earnshaw, is an organic & sustainable farmer, educator, and the founder of Cambridge Farms in northwest Florida. He is an advocate of what he calls “outlaw farming,” and offers people a place to learn healthy farming practices through his classes, farm tours, and gardening partnerships. His Farmer’s Market co-op brings organic farming veterans and newbies together to trade and barter with one another and learn from each other.
Dr. Anupama Biswas is a Board of Director of SWACIN and an eye surgeon professional speaking about "How to be in Touch of her Community." and her "Health Care Program" working together to assist women and children in the Niger Delta. As a social person she is always connected with community and every level of people. Their day to day grievances of being incapable and a thought to bring a progress change brought to her home town. She even decided to give up the best work place and join her community. Today she is very happy to do so and really feels she has achieved her real aim in life. Her vision focuses on her own be-loved community and her hope for broadening insights into setting states in the International arena.
Global Eco Theatre is designed to convey difficult-to-understand problems in Nigeria such as witch-craft, corruption, lack of safety and the worst petroleum pollution in Africa to the International community in an aesthetic form so that people around the world can join solvinghe problems. The regions contributes major cause of global warming and climate change. Our website: http://www.swacin.com
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Madeleine Somerville to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss eco-friendly living and her fascinating new book ALL YOU NEED IS LESS.
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.
"I have rolled out a jobs plan that emphasizes small businesses as the backbone of the economy in our state and emphasizes agriculture, which is hampered at every part of the process by corporate ag. I will work with both sides of the aisle to come up with solutions that work for all sectors of the economy, not just the biggest corporations and the wealthiest individuals. “I think after tonight everyone can see that there is a crystal clear choice for Montanans on Nov. 4 between Congressman Daines, the most extreme congressman Montana has ever had, or myself, a woman who is truly one of us, who understands our struggles working month to month without ever getting ahead because D.C. policies tilt the playing field against us at every turn. Amanda Curtis
Daines said he has a background different than those of nearly every member of Congress. He talked about watching his parents start a construction company in Bozeman, graduating in engineering from Montana State University and putting his problem-solving skills to use in the private industry before he was elected to the House in 2012.“I will stand with the people of Montana, not with Obamacare,” Daines said. He called for fixing the U.S. health care system in other ways such as through tort reform to limit medical malpractice lawsuit and urging people to start health savings accounts Billing Gazette
The world of self-help is replete with people who desire to help others address problems in their lives, but once in a while, a “real” life coach emerges. As a published author and ordained minister, William Dallas, has an extraordinary vantage point to offer a view that very few others can claim. “Dallas”, as he is known, has become one of the most sought after life and relationship coaches in the country. From his frequent seminars and multiple invitations to women’s conferences, Dallas shares understanding, revelation and insight with audiences. His easy to follow and proven success strategies have catapulted diverse thousands to achieve remarkable results in their relationships. People nationwide are discovering better ways to connect in their relationships through his particular brand of coaching. He is advancing lives, helping people find their appointed destinies and confronting barriers through his insight and understanding. Dallas has just recently rereleased his book, “The Art of Connection: Learning to Connect through the Canvas of Communication” which has been said to be one of the best books on communicating in all levels of relationships - mind, body, and spirit. Through all media - radio, TV, Internet, or print - your life will never be the same once you experience his profound teaching.