Vlaun hosts permaculture talk tonight – Lewiston Sun Journal


Lewiston Sun Journal

Vlaun hosts permaculture talk tonight
Lewiston Sun Journal
NORWAY — The Center for an Ecology-Based Economy will host a presentation and discussion tonight, Thursday, Sept. 10, at 6:30 pm at CEBE in the The Commons at 447 Main St. The title of the talk by Scott Vlaun is "The Promise of Permaculture for …
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Where’s the missing part, Naomi Klein? Ask Pope Francis and Mohammed Mesbahi – The People’s Voice

Where's the missing part, Naomi Klein? Ask Pope Francis and Mohammed Mesbahi
The People’s Voice
Indeed many of the policy positions outlined in the Encyclical are also advocated for in Klein's book, from degrowth economics and limits on consumption and growth, to agroecology, fossil fuel divestment, technology transfers and the repayment of

New Book Shows Companies How to Lift People out of Extreme Poverty While … – Newswise (press release)

New Book Shows Companies How to Lift People out of Extreme Poverty While
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Unfortunately, a fresh round of investment capital five years after its initial launch created pressure for CleanStar to focus the business exclusively on the sale of cleanstoves, resulting in the suspension of its agroforestry and ethanol production

Win Two Tickets to Green Gathering | Permaculture Magazine – Permaculture Magazine

Win Two Tickets to Green Gathering | Permaculture Magazine
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The winning solution will win two tickets to Green Gathering, and runner's up will win their choice of book from, Around the World in 80 Plants, Trees for Gardens, Orchards and Permaculture or Getting Started in Your Own Wood. Winners will be announced

New Book from Agroforestry Expert, Martin Crawford – Permaculture Magazine

New Book from Agroforestry Expert, Martin Crawford
Permaculture Magazine
"Martin is a world expert in edible, useful and medicinal trees and shrubs and this is his first book explicitly for permaculture. It's colourful, vibrant and full of exciting ideas for gardens and food forests. Full of information and experience

Designing a Homestead for the Future Permaculture Design Course – Alaska Dispatch News

Designing a Homestead for the Future Permaculture Design Course
Alaska Dispatch News
He recently co-authored a book called "Integrated Forest Gardening." His emphasis is on designing sustainable homesteads. He will be joined by local expert, Cindee Karns, from the Alaskan Bioshelter and Permaculture Center. Participants will be trained

Spreading the Seed of Permaculture from Timor-Leste to the Tropical World – Global Voices Online


Global Voices Online

Spreading the Seed of Permaculture from Timor-Leste to the Tropical World
Global Voices Online
More than a decade of permaculture implementation in Timor-Leste is leading to a unique guidebook specific to worldwide tropical climates — that is, if an ongoing crowdfunding campaign succeeds. The practical reference guide – A Tropical Permaculture …

Home and Garden Digest, March 20, 2015: Alladin Nursery hosting bonsai … – Santa Cruz Sentinel

Home and Garden Digest, March 20, 2015: Alladin Nursery hosting bonsai
Santa Cruz Sentinel
The UC Santa Cruz Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, which runs the UCSC Farm and Garden, has released the third edition of its organic farming handbook “Teaching Organic Farming and Gardening: Resources for Instructors.”.

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Book review: “Practical Permaculture” a deep well of tips, philosophy – The Denver Post

Book review: "Practical Permaculture" a deep well of tips, philosophy
The Denver Post
Not so with "Practical Permaculture for Home Landscapes, Your Community and the Whole Earth" (Timber Press), despite its title. Jessi Bloom and Dave Boehnlein's 334-page paperback doorstop of a book is an encyclopedia for the average homeowner, …

Permaculture In Practice: ‘Damriddle’ planned for Gila River – Santa Fe New Mexican.com

Permaculture In Practice: 'Damriddle' planned for Gila River
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I pondered, Googled and even Facebooked it, but no synonyms for boondoggle exist. In the interest of our language and its blessed diversity, herein I hereby coin the first synonym for boondoggle. The New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission's plan to …

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A valentine for farmworkers

Before you head off to celebrate Valentine’s Day dinner with your loved one, take a moment to send some of that love to the hardworking men and women who put all that good, fresh food on your table.

If you're reading this before 11am pacific time on February 13th, you can send a "Thunderclap" valentine to EPA's Gina McCarthy, asking her to take a stand to protect farmworker health. All of the resulting tweets and Facebook posts will appear en masse Friday morning.

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Permaculture: You take care of the earth, the earth takes care of you – The Seattle Times


The Seattle Times

Permaculture: You take care of the earth, the earth takes care of you
The Seattle Times
That's the definition of permaculture in a new book out this month from Northwest authors Jessi Bloom and Dave Boehnlein. Bloom runs an award-winning, landscape design-build firm. Boehnlein is education director at the Bullock's Permaculture Homestead …

Stock Updates: Greenheart Group Ltd , Cabbeen Fashion Ltd , China … – Winston View

Stock Updates: Greenheart Group Ltd , Cabbeen Fashion Ltd , China
Winston View
Shares of China Agroforestry Low-Carbon Holdings Ltd (HKG:1069) were negatively changed at the end of todays session, losing 2.67% or 0.06 points. The first exchange occurred at 2.3 and the price jumped to hit 2.3 before hefty profit booking and fresh …

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Africa Condemns US Human Trials of GM Bananas – Permaculture Magazine


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Africa Condemns US Human Trials of GM Bananas
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Inhabit: permaculture explained · The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil (Spanish subtitles). related reviews. Log-Book2.jpg · The Log Book. Prepare for winter and learn everything you need to know about a woodburner – what fuels, how to …

Africa Condemns American Human Trials of GM Bananas – Permaculture Magazine


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Africa Condemns American Human Trials of GM Bananas
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From the Field | Suraya Arslan

Update from the Field
Suraya Arslan, CAN field intern

27 October 2014: The digital revolution has come late to Nicaragua. The country ranks last regionally and 114th globally in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) development according to a 2013 report by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). Despite this late start, Nicaraguans have quickly embraced mobile devices and 3G networks are increasingly being used to access the internet.
A key goal to CAN’s Youth Leadership and Education for Sustainable Agriculture and Food Sovereignty Project (YLFS) is to empower youth in rural communities with marketable skills in an effort to reduce outmigration and strengthen pride in agricultural livelihoods. In line with these goals, youth leaders have received computer training and led the annual monitoring and evaluation of YLFS. However, lack of regular use has prevented these trainings from being effective in building their technological capacity.
This year, in collaboration with the Everett Program at UC Santa Cruz, UCSC graduate Suraya Arslan is teaching eight cooperative youth leaders to use 2-in-1 laptops (tablets with keyboards) in the field data collection instead of paper questionnaires as in the past. Suraya has worked with youth leaders to learn how to use the tablets, manage the UserForm and database in Excel, as well as how to login and post updates on Facebook. These hybrid tablets will remain in San Ramón so youth leaders can continue to use them to take minutes during weekly meetings, conduct other field research, communicate with CAN’s International Youth Network for Food Sovereignty—Jóvenes SSAN—and increasing their digital literacy.

2014 Update from the Field | Suraya Arslan, CAN Intern


27 October 2014 — Nicaragua

The digital revolution has come late to Nicaragua. The country ranks last regionally and 114th globally in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) development according to a 2013 report by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). Despite this late start, Nicaraguans have quickly embraced mobile devices and 3G networks are increasingly being used to access the internet.

A key goal of CAN’s Youth Leadership and Education for Sustainable Agriculture and Food Sovereignty Project (YLFS) is to empower youth in rural communities with marketable skills in an effort to reduce outmigration and strengthen pride in agricultural livelihoods. In line with these goals, youth leaders have received computer training and led the annual monitoring and evaluation of YLFS. However, lack of regular use has prevented these trainings from being effective in building their technological capacity.

This year, in collaboration with the Everett Program at UC Santa Cruz, UCSC graduate Suraya Arslan is teaching eight cooperative youth leaders to use 2-in-1 laptops (tablets with keyboards) with field data collection instead of using paper questionnaires, as in the past. Suraya has worked with youth leaders to teach them how to use the tablets, manage the UserForm and database in Excel, as well as how to login and post updates on Facebook. These hybrid tablets will remain in San Ramón so youth leaders can continue to use them to take minutes during weekly meetings, conduct other field research, communicate with CAN’s International Youth Network for Food Sovereignty—Jóvenes SSAN—and increase their digital literacy.

To become less damaging, target non-forest lands for palm oil, says book – eco-business.com


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To become less damaging, target non-forest lands for palm oil, says book
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But the authors are hopeful, concluding with an examination of potential options, including intensification of existing plantations, incentives for expansion on non-forest lands, ecological landscape planning, and agroforestry techniques for production.

To become less damaging, target non-forest lands for palm oil, says book – Mongabay.com


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To become less damaging, target non-forest lands for palm oil, says book
Mongabay.com
But the authors are hopeful, concluding with an examination of potential options, including intensification of existing plantations, incentives for expansion on non-forest lands, ecological landscape planning, and agroforestry techniques for production.

What’s in your lunchbox?

The start of the school year is filled with so many (exciting!) rituals. New pencils, notebooks and erasers — maybe even a cool new backpack. The grinning first-day-of-school photo op on the front porch. And…figuring out what to pack for lunch.

In our house, we have just a few more years of packing lunches, and my highschooler now often packs his own. But we're always looking for creative new ideas — and the twittersphere has been buzzing for weeks with fun, healthy lunch ideas. Here's another resource that lunch-packing parents might want check out: WhatsOnMyFood.org.

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Viola farmer committed to restoring the land – Appleton Post Crescent

Viola farmer committed to restoring the land
Appleton Post Crescent
Educated in forest ecology, he is the CEO of Forest Agriculture Enterprises, author of a book on reclamation agriculture and operator of New Forest Farm, one of the first profitable agroforestry projects in Wisconsin. He set to work planting trees
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OPINION: Permaculture can increase financial and urban resilience – Newcastle Herald

OPINION: Permaculture can increase financial and urban resilience
Newcastle Herald
Australians Bill Mollison and David Holmgren wrote the book Permaculture One in the '70s, when oil scarcities prompted an environmental activist response. Permaculture has been embraced by thousands of communities worldwide, and it describes a …

Book review: ‘Seeds of Hope: Wisdom and Wonders from the World of Plants’ by … – Lincoln Journal Star

Book review: 'Seeds of Hope: Wisdom and Wonders from the World of Plants' by
Lincoln Journal Star
With the authority that can come only from someone like Jane Goodall, she urges her readers to adopt the term "agroecology," over the popular "organic" when describing the kinds of farming that she and other defenders of the environment will accept.

FAO Booklet Features 10 CSA Best Practices from Around the World – IISD Reporting Services

FAO Booklet Features 10 CSA Best Practices from Around the World
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Near Mount Kilimanjaro in Kenya and Tanzania, FAO has partnered with farmers to revive Kihamba, an 800 year-old agroforestry system that provides a variety of foods throughout the year while maintaining groundwater health. FAO has also introduced an …

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VP of Engagement sheds light on how to increase student success rate in STEM … – FIUSM

VP of Engagement sheds light on how to increase student success rate in STEM
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“It's had a huge impact in terms of students entering STEM careers, most specifically Agroecology.” Due to the success in Miami Northwestern, Becerra and her team started the Education Effect initiative in another high school: Booker T. Washington–with

Anti-Fracking Lawyer Wins Environmental Award – Permaculture Magazine


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Anti-Fracking Lawyer Wins Environmental Award
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Permaculture magazine and its readers support projects around the world who do not have access to currency. We offer a Gift Subscription service, with any amount welcome. We send vital books, subscriptions and help support permaculture teachers and …

News Update: Youth Leadership & Food Sovereignty Project


Last year CAN’s partner organization in San Ramón, the UCA San Ramón, worked with women in the eight coffee cooperatives participating in our Youth Leadership & Food Sovereignty Project there to collect traditional and new recipes that take advantage of the rich variety of fruits and vegetables available locally in home gardens and coffee shade trees being promoted by the project. The result was the Food Security and Sovereignty Cookbook and Guide (the Guide), complete with recipes and nutrition guidelines. Earlier this year CAN was ecstatic to receive a donation of 150 printed copies of the Guide from the group of community volunteers working with the Dignity Health Marian Regional Medical Center (Dignity Health) in Santa Maria, California.

This month the UCA San Ramón organized a workshop with the women beneficiaries of the project to reflect on the process of developing the guide and distribute copies to the women. Together, the women at the workshop developed a set of reflections and commitments around the usage of the Guide:

  • Take care of the Guide in their homes
  • Apply recipes in the Guide in their daily family food preparation.
  • Have cooking days with their families to share the knowledge with them.
  • Hold more workshops to deepen knowledge around the topic of good nutrition presented in the Guide.
  • Utilize as much as possible the wide variety of vegetables and fruits available now in the gardens and fruit trees to prepare the recipes.
  • Assure the availability of a diverse array of food year round by planting gardens year round and planting new vegetables and plants that are not yet grown in the gardens.
  • Use the parts of the plants that usually go to waste but are useful in the recipes (like beet greens and other greens).
  • Have the youth leaders in each cooperative lead more activities to promote continued application of the knowledge and recipes in the Guide in each cooperative.  

 

 

Caribbean gardener brings exotic plants and vegetables to Toronto – Toronto Star


Toronto Star

Caribbean gardener brings exotic plants and vegetables to Toronto
Toronto Star
He's also teaching a course at York University in agro-ecology in May and is involved with Friends of the Greenbelt, which spreads the word about urban food crops. (Adjodha can be reached through his Facebook page Catalyst Organic Gardens or by email …

Le Moyne College, Syracuse Jesuit School, Poised To Appoint Linda LeMura … – Huffington Post

Le Moyne College, Syracuse Jesuit School, Poised To Appoint Linda LeMura
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… target="_blank">cofounder of Reclaiming</a>, an activist branch of modern pagan religion. Her book, The Spiral Dance, is considered to be an essential text for the neopagan movement, and she regularly leads permaculture and earth activism trainings.

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Group takes a moment to celebrate mushrooms – Frederick News Post (subscription)

Group takes a moment to celebrate mushrooms
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Lisa Wagner, of Hagerstown, attended after receiving a copy of Judd's book, “Edible Landscaping with a Permaculture Twist,” at Christmas. She was inspired to grow mushrooms and herb spirals on her land, she said. “I really like his enthusiasm,” she

Great Reception for New Book on Edible Perennial Gardening | Permaculture … – Permaculture Magazine


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Great Reception for New Book on Edible Perennial Gardening | Permaculture
Permaculture Magazine
Anni Kelsey's first book Edible Perennial Gardening is receiving great reviews from some eminent people such as permaculture author, Patrick Whitefield, Agroforestry Research Trust founder, Martin Crawford and the edible forest gardener, Eric Toensmeier.

Great reception for new book on Edible Perennial Gardening – Permaculture Magazine


Permaculture Magazine

Great reception for new book on Edible Perennial Gardening
Permaculture Magazine
Anni Kelsey's first book Edible Perennial Gardening is receiving great reviews from some eminent people like permaculture author, Patrick Whitefield, Agroforestry Research Trust founder, Martin Crawford, and the edible forest gardener, Eric Toensmeier.

A Network of Helping Hands


Soon 150 copies of the Manual de Alimentación con Seguridad y Soberanía Alimentaria (Food Security and Sovereignty Cookbook and Guide) will be winging their way to Nicaragua, thanks to the group of community volunteers working with the Dignity Health Marian Regional Medical Center (Dignity Health) in Santa Maria, California. These volunteers generously donated their labor and their resources to help bring to fruition this recipe and nutrition guide developed by the CAN and Union of Cooperatives San Ramón’s (UCA San Ramón) Youth Leadership and Food Sovereignty Project in San Ramón, Nicaragua.

The Manual de Alimentación con Seguridad y Soberanía Alimentaria (Food Security and Sovereignty Cookbook and Guide) was developed as part of a year-long process of capturing traditional recipes that use locally available plants and products. The aim was to revitalize traditional and local food knowledge, and integrate new knowledge about healthy food usage and nutrition into the daily diets of the 124 families involved in the project. The recipes were collected during workshops with women and youth.

Through their hard work, the volunteers made it possible to publish the cookbooks. In turn, the cookbooks make it possible to not only continue, but also expand, the project which aims to promote food security & sovereignty and healthy families in San Ramón through production diversification in home gardens, nutrition education, and the revitalization of local and traditional food production and consumption cultures.

As soon as the cookbooks arrive in Nicaragua, the staff at the UCA San Ramón Cooperative can proceed with this year’s plan to put on 5–6 more workshops with the women and youth of the 124 families. In the workshops, participants will use the books published by the volunteers in Santa Maria to learn basic nutrition principles and healthy food usage as well as food preparation using the book’s recipes and guidelines.

The collaboration between the volunteers at Dignity Health and the families in San Ramón, is a model for CAN´s mission in action, and the embodiment of our goal of connecting people in the United States, Central America, and Mexico in the struggle for social and environmental justice. Thank you to the volunteers for your invaluable contribution to the health and well-being of the families in this project. It’s a job well done by everyone.

Jovenes SobAl Project: Update


We are closing Year 3 of the CAN and the UCA San Ramón collaborative Youth Leadership and Food Sovereignty Project in eight coffee cooperatives in San Ramón, Nicaragua. Year 3’s  achievements include:

  • Increase in the number of home vegetable gardens — from 24 to 45 gardens.
  • Further diversification of production from basic grains, coffee, and garden vegetables, to vine crops, diversified fruits, and forest fruits.
  • Establishment of a pilot food storage and distribution center (CADA) in the Ramon Garcia Cooperative. Basic grains are stored at the center for distribution at below-market prices during the “thin” months season.
  • Establishment of a pilot seed bank in the Ramon Garcia Cooperative. The seed bank will ensure the availability of quality seed for use by the cooperative. The first seed that is being stored is a variety of local heirloom bean, which will be planted next season. 
  • Increase in the number of school gardens from two to five gardens.
  • Individual knowledge exchange and workshops to promote vegetable seed-saving practices among the 45 women managing home gardens.
  • Women gardeners took their excess garden produce to sell at ten farmers markets in San Ramón.
  • Developing and publishing a cookbook focused on local knowledge and plants.
  • Eight youth leaders took on increased leadership roles in their cooperative, and at the level of the UCA San Ramón and the San Ramón municipality.

Year 4 of the project, set to begin in March 2014, will include some exciting new developments:

  • Home gardens will increase from 45 to 72 gardens.
  • A new focus on protein production for increased protein consumption and for income diversification.
  • Two women’s rural business plans will be financed through a revolving fund, with a focus on promoting the production and sale of value-added products by women in the project.
  • Diversification of markets for excess production, including linking the project with a new café in San Ram Ramón  to be run by a cooperative women’s group. The café will offer space to sell value-added products from the project.
  • A second CADA will be developed and established in the Silvio Mayorga and Amigos de Bonn cooperatives, which are the most isolated and poor cooperatives in the project.
  • The basic grains seedbank in Ramon Garcia Cooperative will be expanded to include corn.
  • The eight cooperatives will be exploring models of community seedbanks for vegetable seeds.

Sean Law’s Food Forest May Cost Him His Home [Video] – Sustainablog (blog)

Sean Law's Food Forest May Cost Him His Home [Video]
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Tags: Florida, food forest, landscaping, longwood, permaculture, sean law. About the Author. Jeff McIntire-Strasburg Jeff McIntire-Strasburg is the founder and editor of sustainablog. You can keep up with all of his writing at Facebook, and at Google+

Perma-what? In which humans mimic nature. With sexy results. – CultureMap Austin


CultureMap Austin

Perma-what? In which humans mimic nature. With sexy results.
CultureMap Austin
Quick history: The founder of the modern permaculture movement was an Aussie by the name of Bill Mollison, who introduced the western world to it's principles via a series of books published in the 1960s and 70s. The hippie culture embraced it and

Asia Plantation Capital Welcomes UN Recognition of Agroforestry as Integral to … – PR Web (press release)

Asia Plantation Capital Welcomes UN Recognition of Agroforestry as Integral to
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United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has called for Agroforestry and Agriculture to be scaled up to address food scarcity and help meet the challenge of climate change. Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn 

Author Saru Jayaraman Discusses “Behind the Kitchen Door” on October 28

On Monday, October 28, from 6-9 pm, author Saru Jayaraman will discuss her book Behind the Kitchen Door at this free event taking place at the Oakes Learning Center at UC Santa Cruz’s Oakes College. Her presentation will be followed by a Q&A session with the author along with Gretchen Regenhardt, attorney and representative of the Watsonville-based group, California Rural Legal Assistance, which is launching a survey and research project on low-wage restaurant workers in Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties.

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Behind the Kitchen Door

Title: Behind the Kitchen Door
Location: Oakes Learning Center, UCSC
Description: On Monday, October 28, at 6:30 pm, Author Saru Jayaraman discusses her book Behind the Kitchen Door, an exploration of working conditions in America’s restaurants. The talkwill be followed by a Q&A session with Gretchen Regenhardt, attorney with the California Rural Legal Assistance group, which is launching a survey and research project on low-wage restaurant workers in Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties. This event is presented by the Center for Labor Studies and by the Center for Agroecology & Sustainable Food Systems, and cosponsored by UCSC’s Sociology Department, Chicano Latino Resource Center, Oakes College, and Institute for Humanities Research. For more information email smckay@ucsc.edu
Start Time: 18:30
Date: 2013-10-28
End Time: 21:00

For One Day Only – The Earth Care Manual For Less Than £20 – Permaculture Magazine


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For One Day Only – The Earth Care Manual For Less Than £20
Permaculture Magazine
The definitive book about permaculture for temperate climates, highly recommended. Agroforestry Research Trust. A comprehensive guide to permaculture in temperate zones is at last here… an invaluable book. Positive News. This encyclopaedic reference

Do not be deceived; there’s clear and present health danger in GM foods – Daily Nation

Do not be deceived; there's clear and present health danger in GM foods
Daily Nation
He has written or edited 13 books on agro-ecology and agro-ecosystems. Prof Vandermeer warns that glyphosate, the active ingredient in the herbicide Roundup, used to protect GM crops from weeds, disrupts the endocrine system, leading to birth defects 

Communities adapting to loss of forest ecosystem services — World Bank – Reuters AlertNet

Communities adapting to loss of forest ecosystem services — World Bank
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In Zambia, after Faidherbia trees — an inexpensive, low-maintenance input – were intercropped with maize, yields soared. Picture Credit: World Agroforestry Centre. Tweet · Recommend · Google + · LinkedIn · Bookmark · Email Print. Jump down to related 

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Communities adapting to loss of forest ecosystem services – Reuters AlertNet

Communities adapting to loss of forest ecosystem services
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Communities adapting to loss of forest ecosystem services — World Bank – TrustLaw

Communities adapting to loss of forest ecosystem services — World Bank
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Booksigning with Christopher Shein/Fundraiser for Permaculture Garden … – Santa Maria Times

Booksigning with Christopher Shein/Fundraiser for Permaculture Garden
Santa Maria Times
On Saturday, July 13, Santa Barbara Permaculture Network hosts a book signing event with author Christopher Shein and his newly released book, The Vegetable Gardener's Guide to Permaculture, as a fundraiser to support Santa Barbara City College 

Booksigning with Christopher Shein/Fundraiser for Permaculture Garden … – Lompoc Record

Booksigning with Christopher Shein/Fundraiser for Permaculture Garden
Lompoc Record
nOn Saturday, July 13, Santa Barbara Permaculture Network hosts a book signing event with author Christopher Shein and his newly released book, The Vegetable Gardener's Guide to Permaculture, as a fundraiser to support Santa Barbara City College 

Booksigning with Christopher Shein/Fundraiser for Permaculture Garden @ SBCC – Santa Barbara View

Booksigning with Christopher Shein/Fundraiser for Permaculture Garden @ SBCC
Santa Barbara View
O n Saturday, July 13, Santa Barbara Permaculture Network hosts a book signing event with author Christopher Shein and his newly released book, The Vegetable Gardener's Guide to Permaculture, as a fundraiser to support Santa Barbara City College 

Forest Garden Case Studies Needed for New Permanent Publications Book – Permaculture Magazine


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Forest Garden Case Studies Needed for New Permanent Publications Book
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The Resilient Farm and Homestead: An Innovative Permaculture and Whole … – Publishers Weekly

The Resilient Farm and Homestead: An Innovative Permaculture and Whole
Publishers Weekly
The Resilient Farm and Homestead: An Innovative Permaculture and Whole Systems Design Approach. Ben Falk. Chelsea Green, $40 (320p) ISBN 978-1-6035-8444-9. This intelligent, challenging book, rooted somewhere between back-to-the-land idealism

Hawaii 24/7 Hawaii247.com | Hawaii’s News Now – News, Weather, Sports from … – Hawaii 24/7 (press release)

Hawaii 24/7 Hawaii247.com | Hawaii's News Now – News, Weather, Sports from
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Free value-added guide for Hawaii producers released – Hawaii 24/7 (press release)

Free value-added guide for Hawaii producers released
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Elevitch is an agroforestry educator whose most recent book Specialty Crops for Pacific Islands (2011) provides insights into sustainable cultivation and processing techniques for local and export markets with an emphasis on production methods, post