At the end of the last century Anastasia, the heroine of the "Ringing Cedars of Russia" book series inspired people to create family homesteads in the form of Kin's domains which has turned out into national movement with more than 400 eco-communities of Kin's domains developing now in Russia.
Added by Yury Smirnov on December 30, 2016 at 7:20am —
I don't have time to post in details about this but to say I have been doing this for some 5 years now and the results are incredible.
Here are a few places to go to learn about this.
Added by Joseph's Page on June 11, 2016 at 9:06pm —
Science has found that the honey bee, as well as some others, greatly improve crop production as much as 50% or more. This includes the small local garden. Your garden.
After 3-4 years of researching the desire to get involved in bee keeping, I have tried to address the pit falls / problems in the bee industry before jumping in with both feet. I have found that many if not most of the issues surrounding the average bee hive, is found in their living quarters.
As I like to do, I… Continue
Added by Joseph's Page on June 11, 2016 at 9:00pm —
Summer Intern at the Bill Roston Native Butterfly House
Crowdfunding Project by Dr. Chris Barnhart
Dr. Bill Roston Native Butterfly House, in Close Memorial Park
Springfield Botanical Gardens, 2400 S. Scenic Ave., Springfield, MO 65807
Who we are: The Bill Roston Native Butterfly House is an educational project, run by volunteers and free of charge to visitors. We are open from May through…
Added by George Deatz on March 22, 2015 at 6:27pm —
"Bureau of Chemistry" was the original name of the Criminal FDA...
The new history of silver is a falsified history. Silver was once used extensively by all health care practitioners as an antibiotic, anti-viral, and as an anti-microbial. Nothing worked better then, and nothing does now. The F.D.A. began its crusade against silver products in the 1930's, because silver (as a natural substance) cannot be patented.....
Bureau of Chemistry, its real mission was to legally…
Added by Joe Tittiger on March 6, 2015 at 7:34pm —
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Added by Joe Tittiger on July 30, 2014 at 1:00pm —
Hello everyone now that the worst of winter is behind us I think we should talk about how we are going to keep warm next year. As many of you know Paul Paul Wheaton along with ernie wisner and erica wisner came out with a 4 DVD set about Rocket stoves.…
Added by peter hartman on March 19, 2014 at 12:45pm —
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And then go to this site to do further research. You by law do not have to accept a smart meter or even a digital meter. There is more to it than you can imagine....…
Added by Joe Tittiger on December 31, 2013 at 6:18am —
Student Invents Clever Online Market for Eating Locally
You know those neighbors. The ones you see out in their backyard, picking their homegrown cherry tomatoes from their bountiful garden as you schlep off to the grocery store to buy the same exact thing…in a plastic box. What if instead of feeling guilty about the waste you’re about to add to the environment… Continue
Added by Joe Tittiger on July 13, 2013 at 2:28pm —
Coming out of the grocery store here in Mt. Vernon, I happened to glance at the Lawrence County Record. When we did our sheep-to-shawl event back in March (Woolapalooza), a reporter from the paper asked if she could come out & do an interview with us for the annual Agriculture Review that they put in the paper in late April-early May. Sure enough, there it was - and it was, thankfully, well-written and supportive of local food, instead of dismissive and "cute". Continue
Added by Cathleen Vought on June 20, 2013 at 3:21pm —
Added by Joe Janowski on February 13, 2013 at 3:19pm —
This is the first year I am working at a new job and have the income to at least tread water for our household. I do hope to have more time to work in the yard like I used to do before I went back to college. The beauty of the Winter is the visions of grander to transform our yards into the lush utopias we desire.
Added by Mr. Aqualung on January 5, 2013 at 3:11pm —
I got access to a downed oak tree a couple years ago and the tree company shredded it and placed it in my drive for me. I commenced to cover my entire garden area with 4-6 inches of wood chips as a weed barrier and to keep from walking in the mud after a rain. People said that it would off set the nitrogen and so on but the red wigglers began working on the white bacteria that quickly formed on the wood chips. It is like candy to them and the worms got huge and robust. As… Continue
Added by Joseph's Page on January 4, 2013 at 9:29pm —
Every year around this time I get the itch. You know what I mean the need to get into the soil and plant things that will survive in different degrees of success (less now that drought is ongoing, at least where I live). Like all tillers of the Earth, we plan. Here are mine for the year. I plan to baby the horseradish I planted last year and my sin cut down for me "helping". I plan to order more chickens and raise at least 10-20 hens for selling eggs. Have you seen egg prices? I want… Continue
Added by Mr. Aqualung on January 4, 2013 at 2:41pm —
Added by Joe Tittiger on December 25, 2012 at 12:49pm —
Greenhouses - All sizes!!!
Do you want one???
email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Don Shone on November 15, 2012 at 7:43pm —
My wife and I visited the Just In Case store on S Campbel this Mornilng. Its quite nice. I even learned a few things during the visit. Had the oppurnity to talk with Vincent David Jerico while we were there. While we didn't buy anything on this trip I think I will go back and pick up a few things on anoather visit.
Added by Bill Buron on November 14, 2012 at 3:57pm —
As a supporter for sustainability and local products what are we doing as a community to distribute locally grown products to those that need them? I would suggest that our local farmers and artisans are focused on their crops and trade rather than trying to develop a new distribution model, but that is just what Green B.E.A.N. delivery has done in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. Green B.E.A.N Delivery
There is a… Continue
Added by Bay Mourer on October 9, 2012 at 5:52am —
I am happy to announce the organization of the Lawrence County Sheriff's Auxiliary, a volunteer emergency response organization working under the Lawrence County Sheriff's Office. (For those of you who wonder where I disappeared to, this is it--- I have had my head buried in this new organization for months...) The LCSA is intended to provide a pool of pre-trained, pre-qualified volunteers for call up by the Sheriff during non-routine… Continue
Added by Eric Vought on August 12, 2012 at 12:59am —