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648: Tony Horn on Living In Harmony

Returning to Living As We Were Designed. – Listen as Tony Horn shows us where to look and what to do to rediscover peace in our lives. Tony shares his key definition of peace and his vision of a beautiful world where humans are once again living as nature intended. He explains that the biggest…

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647: Seth Siegel on Water Scarcity in Agricultural Areas

Exploring Solutions to Current Water Challenges for Farming -- Seth Siegel is passionate about tackling the world’s water problems before they get to crisis level. He explains the practical steps necessary to put into practice the solutions he has gathered from around the world. Agriculture is one of the largest consumers of…

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646: Loving Those Legumes

A Seed Chat with Bill McDorman. - This is the October 2021 live Seed Saving Class discussing legumes. Beans and peas are great to eat and also great for your soil. Incorporating them into your garden rotation is smart and delicious. Pollinators also love legumes so it's a win-win all around. Plant them along…

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Brazil: Urban agriculture – the focal point of the agenda between IICA and the São Paulo municipality, South America’ s largest city
“We are proud that the city of São Paulo is beginning to look at building the resilience of cities through urban agriculture”. By: (IICA), Press ReleaseNov 30, 2021 São Paulo – In the largest city in South America, agriculture is being seen as a sector that can assist in improving people’s standard of living, even […]
Facing Eviction from an Urban Farm, Baltimore Activists Continue Their Fight for Food Sovereignty
After years of relying on fresh produce from a local urban farm, Baltimore’s Cherry Hill neighborhood is rallying together to save their farm from the city’s eviction notice. By Jaisal NoorYes.Nov 30, 2021 Excerpt: A 1.5-acre fenced-in plot of land in the heart of South Baltimore’s isolated Cherry Hill neighborhood currently lies barren, its fields […]
Sri Lanka’s Plunge Into Organic Farming Brings Disaster
The economically troubled country banned chemical fertilizers without preparing farmers, prompting a surge in food prices and worries about shortages. By Aanya Wipulasena and Mujib MashalNew York TimesDec. 7, 2021 Excerpt: RATNAPURA, Sri Lanka — This year’s crop worries M.D. Somadasa. For four decades, he has sold carrots, beans and tomatoes grown by local farmers […]

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