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Down the Rabbit Hole

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4 mentions18 hours ago
Photographs by Aliza Eliazarov Clean, quiet, and easy to raise, these little critters might be the next big thing in sustainable meat. All ears? We've got the low-down on hare ...

A community project is shaking-up the idea of sustainability [VIDEO]

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3 mentions5 hours ago
A community project in the heart of London is gaining a reputation for its ground-breaking work. And it’s altering the way we view food production, sustainability, youth engagement, and even ...

Permaculture magazine

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2 mentions18 hours ago
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ViZn Energy to Provide Commercial-Scale Flow Battery in Central America

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2 mentions22 hours ago
Solar Decathlon Launches Innovative Entrepreneurs Donald Trump and the Solar Industry 6 US Cities Where Solar Installers Can Thrive Is Tesla Right to Buy SolarCity? Solar Power International 2016: Opening ...

PV Nano Cell Using Meyer Burger Print Technology for Solar Cell Production

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2 mentions1 day ago
Solar Decathlon Launches Innovative Entrepreneurs Donald Trump and the Solar Industry 6 US Cities Where Solar Installers Can Thrive Is Tesla Right to Buy SolarCity? Solar Power International 2016: Opening ...

Congress Must Investigate Collusion Between Monsanto and the EPA, Now

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6 mentions4 hours ago
“I have cancer, and I don’t want these serious issues in HED [EPA’s Health Effects Division] to go unaddressed before I go to my grave. I have done my duty.” ...

Introducing the Transition Flower Shop

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2 mentions10 hours ago
Tanja Aertebjerg shares the story of the Transition Flower Shop, [For English subtitles, click on ‘Settings’ and then English subtitles]. In Copenhagen we had long felt the need for a ...

Self-Build Commmunities in Farming

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3 mentions2 days ago
L’Atelier Paysan is a French cooperative that works with farmers to design machines and buildings adapted to the specific practices of small farm agroecology. In addition to distributing free plans ...

From Seeds to Seedlings to My Vegetable Garden FAIL

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2 mentions18 hours ago
Ruby red tomatoes bursting with flavor, spritely spring onions, and deep leafy greens standing tall – that’s how I imagined my vegetable garden would look. Full and lush, producing a ...

Bright Spots in a Troubled Food System

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4 mentions2 days ago
Danielle Nierenberg, N01, founder of Food Tank, forges unlikely alliances in an effort to feed the world. She brings her cause to Tufts on April 1Danielle Nierenberg, N01, could see ...

Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources Extends Solar Incentives

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2 mentions2 days ago
Solar Decathlon Launches Innovative Entrepreneurs Donald Trump and the Solar Industry 6 US Cities Where Solar Installers Can Thrive Is Tesla Right to Buy SolarCity? Solar Power International 2016: Opening ...

Congress Must Investigate Collusion Between Monsanto and the EPA. Now.

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7 mentions12 hours ago
Published on by Common Dreams “I have cancer, and I don’t want these serious issues in HED [EPA’s Health Effects Division] to go unaddressed before I go to my grave.

Tom Henfrey Unveils ‘Resilience, Community Action and Societal Transformation’

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3 mentions2 days ago
Tom Henfrey, in conversation with Rob Hopkins, introduces a new publication exploring the edge between Transition and resilience. “I’m Tom Henfrey.I consider myself a practitioner and activist within the Transition ...

Five garden crowdfunding projects to back this spring

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5 mentions20 minutes ago
A year ago on this blog, Robbie Blackhall-Miles wrote a post entitled Is crowdfunding the future of horticulture? Judging by the number of garden-based crowdfunding calls I am getting these ...

Shockingly Higher Rates of Autism and Developmental Delays in Asia

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5 mentions3 hours ago
Report from Japan speaking tour, March 1-10 By Zen Honeycutt, Moms Across America March 21,2017 I expected to go to Japan to speak about Moms Across America’s work and warn ...

5 Clever Devices Making it Easier to Grow Greens at Home

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2 mentions2 days ago
Spring has finally arrived and for many of us, that means it’s time to start seeding our summer garden. But what if you could easily grow greens year-round in the ...

25th US City Commits To 100% Renewable Energy

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Solar Decathlon Launches Innovative Entrepreneurs Donald Trump and the Solar Industry 6 US Cities Where Solar Installers Can Thrive Is Tesla Right to Buy SolarCity? Solar Power International 2016: Opening ...

Permaculture Puts Organic Gardening on Autopilot

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3 mentions2 days ago
BY: TIM O’NEAL Organic food and farming have seen a huge increase over the past ten years, and for good reason. Farming and gardening techniques that use fewer harmful, synthetic ...

Panama City Rescue Mission holds ribbon-cutting ceremony for new permaculture garden

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3 mentions13 hours ago
They also have 15 fruit trees growing, chickens, and they used 500 pounds of grouper as a compost. The mission's leaders said the grouper compost is great for the vegetables.

Rescue Mission garden growing the community

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3 mentions16 hours ago
The goal of the garden is to make the Rescue Mission self-sustaining for food and teach clients how to create their own gardens. The mission also plans to sell surplus ...

Why is Cargill now funding the anti-GMO movement?

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9 mentions11 hours ago
Fighting against patents and sterile seeds, activists twice broke into the facilities of a large multinational agricultural company. Once setting fire to documents, and the second time destroying a seed ...

How Fertilizers Harm Earth More Than Help Your Lawn

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2 mentions41 minutes ago
Dear EarthTalk: What effects do fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides used on residential lawns or on farms have on nearby water bodies like rivers, streams—or even the ocean for those of ...

Grow nutritious microgreens fast, easily, and vertically with the EcoQube Frame

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3 mentions5 hours ago
Why it matters to you Not everyone has space to grow fresh vegetables. The EcoQube Frame offers a fast way to grow nutritious greens without taking up much space. Despite ...

A Permaculture Paradise for Hampton Bays?

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3 mentions19 hours ago
There was a time when the idea of a Green Revolution meant an increase in crop yields through use of fertilizers, pesticides and hybridization of seeds, but the green revolution ...

DIY Star Wars Fabric Covered Garden Pots

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5 mentions2 days ago
This is a sponsored post. All opinions are mine. I love to play in the dirt in my garden. It is therapeutic and relaxing for me. Also, there is a ...

“Faith 2.0” - Lyrics, Teaching Resources and Questions from Willi Paul Studio / Planetshifter.com

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2 mentions3 days ago
“Faith 2.0” - Lyrics, Teaching Resources and Questions from Willi Paul Studio / Planetshifter.com * * * * * * * Faith 2.0 neighborhood scales sharpening resilience we discredit and ...

Farm-raised Olivenhain teen wins national 4-H award

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2 mentions2 days ago
Growing up on a farm can be grueling work for a child. But 18-year-old Samuel Sugarman — who spent his boyhood milking cows, collecting eggs and harvesting honey on his ...

Why We Gain Weight—Beyond Carbs, Fat & Protein with Robb Wolf

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3 mentions9 hours ago
Diet is always a hot topic in the Paleo and ancestral health community. There are diehard advocates on every side. Today I talk with Robb Wolf about his new book ...

The food industry isn’t going to ditch pesticides any time soon, but you can in your own garden

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3 mentions22 hours ago
To the little people, it never felt right. The readers of the old Organic Gardening and Farming magazine saw no logic in spraying poisons on their vegetables. The magazine was ...

Can Whole Foods Keep Up In a Trader Joe’s World?

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3 mentions31 minutes ago
Whole Foods changed the grocery business forever by offering the finest selection of natural and organic foods outside the Garden of Eden itself. Whole Foods Must Lower Prices to Thrive ...

India's Silicon Valley gets a seriously impressive vertical garden

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5 mentions5 days ago
Vertical greenery is a thing now. After China last month, India's Silicon Valley, Bangalore, now has a vertical garden.Local NGO SayTrees has set up the city's first organic garden on ...

Permaculture magazine

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2 mentions3 days ago
John Yeoman Tuesday, 12th February 2013 The last three of our wild delights. Free and all the body needs nutritionally. Although often more prominent in January than August, the fragile-looking ...

SOLV Deploys QOS Energy's O&M Platform Across 1GW Solar Portfolio

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2 mentions3 days ago
Solar Decathlon Launches Innovative Entrepreneurs Donald Trump and the Solar Industry 6 US Cities Where Solar Installers Can Thrive Is Tesla Right to Buy SolarCity? Solar Power International 2016: Opening ...

Energize 360 Launches in New Hampshire

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2 mentions3 days ago
Solar Decathlon Launches Innovative Entrepreneurs Donald Trump and the Solar Industry 6 US Cities Where Solar Installers Can Thrive Is Tesla Right to Buy SolarCity? Solar Power International 2016: Opening ...

Sustainable organics group urges support for soil-free growing

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5 mentions2 days ago
In advance of the National Organics Standards Board meeting in April, the board’s Crops Subcommittee shared a draft proposal calling for the end of organic certification for hydroponic and aquaponic ...

The Lost Gardens of Emily Dickinson

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5 mentions3 days ago
Records show that Edward Dickinson built the greenhouse in 1855 for his daughters Emily and Lavinia. Emily transformed the long-windowed room into a year-round garden where ferns unfurled their feathers,

Fueling the farm-to-table movement, with lessons from Toyota

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8 mentions18 hours ago
MONTAGUE -- On a quiet February afternoon, Ryan Voiland wandered through the mid-winter muck on his farm, pushed open the door to his barn, and found himself awash in a ...

Just Over a Month until Healthy Hives, Healthy Lives, Healthy Land Conference in Minneapolis!

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2 mentions2 days ago
(Beyond Pesticides, March 23, 2017) We’re just over a month away from Beyond Pesticides’ 35th National Pesticide Forum! Join us for Healthy Hives, Healthy Lives, Healthy Land: Ecological and Organic ...

Where to eat on New Zealand's wine island

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5 mentions1 day ago
Auckland (CNN)Basking in its own microclimate off the coast of Auckland, New Zealand's Waiheke was traditionally an escape for alternative lifestylers running from the city's rat race. Time and transport ...

Random Acts of Flowers: Learnings From the SF Flower Show

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4 mentions4 days ago
There are 3 things that jump out at me when reading the line-up for the coming San Francisco Flower & Garden Show. Make & Take Stations. Mini DIY workshops spread ...

À Guengat, ils relancent en permaculture le site des fruits rouges

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2 mentions1 day ago
Solenn Gallo et Gaëtan Le Meil viennent de s’installer à Kermoal, Guengat, sur le site des fruits rouges abandonné depuis quinze ans. Ils organisent un stage autour de la permaculture ...

No Water, No Life – Don’t Waste It!

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6 mentions1 day ago
Development & Aid, Environment, Featured, Global, Headlines, Health, Human Rights, Inequity, Natural Resources, Population, Poverty & SDGs, TerraViva United Nations, Water & Sanitation This story is part of IPS coverage ...

Need flower or veggie seeds? Stop by the Dallas Public Library (no, really!)

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2 mentions4 days ago
Get Unlimited Digital Access Your first month is less than a dollar. $0.99 for first 4 weeks Subscribe Now The Dallas Public Library is one local institution whose operations have ...

Superfoods That Give You the Most Bang for Your Buck

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4 mentions5 days ago
Loading Please Wait | 91,371 views | Disponible en Español Please or to continue. By Dr. Mercola Ideally, food is your "medicine." It's certainly one of the best preventive strategy ...

Pollution in Our Waterways is Harming People and Animals

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2 mentions3 days ago
It’s a well-known fact that we have a water pollution problem. Pesticides, fertilizers, and animal waste from the agriculture industry are contaminating our lakes, waterways, and oceans. We’re also dumping ...

Five Ways Dietitians Can AgVocate

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2 mentions2 days ago
2017 January (10) 6 Things I’ve Been Asked on The Why I Farm Roadtrip Cheers to a Healthy 2017 with the Healthy Colony Checklist Driving the Science behind New Farming ...

How I've Traveled The World For The Last 3 Years (And Spent Next To Nothing)

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2 mentions4 days ago
28-year-old Marielli and her partner Natale have spent years traveling the world exploring social and environmental issues through volunteer work. They spend next-to-no money, relying on the generosity of others ...

Making “mulch” ado of ant hills

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3 mentions3 days ago
Ants can be annoying little insects. In your home, they make army-like lines to any crumbs on your floor. In your home’s frame, carpenter ants can do a job of ...

Growing Annuals in Pots: Follow These Tips for Beautiful Flowers

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2 mentions2 days ago
After a late freeze and some very chilly rain, the sun is finally out again and I think spring has actually arrived. I have started buying some herbs and a ...

The ‘Tesla Of Eco-Villages’ Is An Off Grid Community Producing Its Own Food, Water And Electricity

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2 mentions15 hours ago
The world’s first off-grid village capable of producing its own energy, water and food is set to be erected in Almere, the Netherlands, as early as this summer. ReGen Villages,
 

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