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    Archive — organic

    Compost & Organic Farming Absorb Carbon

    Compost helps build soil, store carbon, absorb water, increase food, and  increase resilience.  Food production (mostly hemical fertilizers and feedlots) causes 20% of greenhouse gases. Ocean acidification could harm the phytoplankton, which creates much of the world’s oxygen.  See the last 5 minutes of Michael Pollan’s talk. link

    Posted on August 31, 2015

    Grow Local & Organic Food & Community

    The Dervais family grow enough food on their yard to feed themselves and to make a living.

    Click here for their FB page.  Click here for their website.

    Here are  books on local  food production and  permaculture .  Here is info on organic farming.  Here is the permaculture magazine.

    The Dervais family, with their “Path to Freedom” (link), are spreading a truly revolutionary idea. That is the idea that an average family can free themselves from the corrupt system that supplies most of the food in this country. The massive corporations that control food production and distribution have, for the most part, succeeded in throwing off what little government inspection and oversight there was in the past. “Ag-Gag” bills and the criminalization of whistleblowers have led to a place where we are not allowed to know where our food comes from or what kinds of poisons have been applied to it. Growing your own is really the ONLY way to have a safe, reliable food supply.

    The bright side of this picture is that growing your own food is easier than ever! Not only is it safer – everyone knows that homegrown is the tastiest and freshest food possible. In recent years, modern science and ancient agricultural knowledge have teamed up to give you the ability to grow food on a small amount of land, for less time and effort than it would take to earn the money to buy it. Local, sustainable, organic food gives peace of mind in several ways.

    Posted on June 15, 2015

    Featured shirt: Water is Life

    Water is Life T-Shirt Design

    All livings things on earth require water. But the supply of potable water in the world is decreasing at an alarming rate. Disasters like the recent West Virginia toxic chemical spill, along with agricultural, industrial, and military pollution, continue to contaminate one aquifer after another. This design by artist Ruben Saufkie reminds us that caring for earth’s water supply is of paramount importance to all life on earth.

    Currently available in:

    • Men’s Organic (brown)
    • Men’s Heavyweight (brown)
    • Women’s Organic Relaxed Fit (brown)
    • Men’s Organic Longsleeve (brown)

    Purchase here

    Would you like to see more designs like this? Or perhaps the same design in a different color or style? Let us know in the comments below!

    Posted on February 22, 2014