If you were born and raised in urban centers and find gardening a herculean task, understand that you don’t need to break your back at all, if you know what nature wants, and how it works for you. Understanding how Nature works will definitely reduce the effort of producing good food for one’s table. Continue reading We Can Go Back to Eden & See How Nature Provides Generously
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Record US Farmers Switching to Non-GMO Crops in 2015
“Non-GMO is More Profitable.”
This is the rising sentiment among farmers of the US as a confluence of factors urges them to become pro-organic. From falling GMO grain prices to a rising tide of public distrust of genetically modified ingredients, failing GMO traits, higher GMO seed prices, and the premium prices that people willingly pay for quality food over toxic junk, the conventional farmer is changing his tune when it comes to Big Ag practices.
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This Family Of Four Lives Off The Grid In the Desert
Living off the grid has its own challenges, but the rewards are far more exciting. We don’t have to force ourselves eating GMO or non-organic products, pay for energy and water bills. Don’t have to deal with urban noise and air pollutions, etc.
Best of all, we can easily do what we need to do and enjoy doing them.
With the right technology we can still access the internet or enjoy free satellite TV for news update and education.
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Worm Farming: Turning Garbage into Gold
Most of the conventional ways we were being taught have one common characteristic: myopic, nearsighted ideas that don’t take into account the underlying mechanism of how things actually work.
In cultivating a food farm, we were being taught to feed the plants directly rather than work on the soil first. The use of manmade chemical fertilizers not only reduces the overall yield over time but they also ruin the entire field and will make it dependent on fertilizers from then on.