Error: Twitter did not respond. Please wait a few minutes and refresh this page.
Category Archives: Food Freedom
1) October Bean – Beans are rich in fiber and an inexpensive source of protein. This Native American variety dates back to the 1830’s from the Cherokee Nation in Tennessee. Prolific producer, great winter staple. Bush habit, 85-90 days. 200 … Continue reading
The Richest Man in the World: a Parable about Robotics, Abundance, Technological Change, Unemployment, Happiness, and a Basic Income
http://www.youtube.com/v/p14bAe6AzhA&hl=en_US&feature=player_embedded&version=3 By: Paul D. Fernhout Source: Thanks to youtube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p14bAe6AzhA
A federal judge in California has ordered the removal from the ground of plants grown to produce seeds for genetically modified sugar beets, citing the potential for environmental harm. The ruling by U.S. District Judge Jeffrey White has again raised … Continue reading
There is some good news this morning, S510, the Food Safety Act recently passed by the Senate 73-25 has been recalled as Unconstitutional due to Section 107 of the bill which includes fees that are “revenue raisers” (tax) and is … Continue reading
On the tiny farm, there’s nothing like having the resources to look things up when you need to know! A collection of quality reference books is indispensable. The web is also an insanely bountiful source of small farming information. It’s … Continue reading