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BOB QUINN is the friend you want to have. He’s a farmer who epitomizes the creativity, smarts and community spirit we need in a time of restorative thinking and doing.

Bob and Liz Carlisle wrote Grain By Grain about his life which moved from a chemistry lab to becoming not only a strong proponent of organic farming  but an extremely successful business man. How do you convince your fellow farmers you are having success growing organically? Do what Bob did, buy a brand new tractor!! 

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It’s the 3rd wave of the industrial revolution; let’s ride this one with the technologies that are capturing, utilizing and sequestering carbon!

KATHLEEN DRAPER, Director of the Ithaka Institute for Carbon Intelligence and co-author of Burn Using Fire to Cool the Earth, has a very good story to tell…

“It’s not about the chocolate, it’s about the chocolate. We hold the craft and quality of our chocolate in almost equal balance with doing as much good as we can in the world.”

Good plan… And it’s working – SHAWN ASKINOSIE left a career in criminal law for a chocolate business and more than he could have imagined. His book, Meaningful Life, co-authored with his daughter Lawren Askinosie, tells the tale.

https://www.askinosie.com/

 

Monsanto and Roundup are 2 very ominous words in our day.

CAREY GILLAM, author of WhiteWash, brings you into the underbelly of this madness and back out into the sunshine. You may know part of the story but further education may help tip this point into a return…

http://careygillam.com/

https://usrtk.org/

JAY HARMAN is credited with being among the first pioneering scientists to use biomimicry—the science of employing nature to advance sustainable technology. Jay’s work is quickly becoming a cornerstone of modern and future engineering.  His book, The Shark’s Paintbrush, is an exciting look into the brilliance of nature and how biomimicry is leading our new industrial revolution.

 

JAY HARMAN is credited with being among the first pioneering scientists to make biomimicry—the science of employing nature in advancing sustainable technology a cornerstone of modern and future engineering.  His book, The Shark’s Paintbrush, is an exciting look into the brilliance of nature and how biomimicry is leading our new industrial revolution.

 

JAY HARMAN is credited with being among the first pioneering scientists to make biomimicry—the science of employing nature in advancing sustainable technology a cornerstone of modern and future engineering.  His book, The Shark’s Paintbrush, is an exciting look into the brilliance of nature and how biomimicry is leading our new industrial revolution.

2014 TRIBUTARIES BOOK OF THE YEAR!!!!

From backyard research to market success, former entomologist and present day plant breeder, Sally Fox, has brought awareness to the cotton industry dispelling the myth that high chemical use is needed in this major worldwide crop. Her life long passion in textile artistry was the avenue for developing and patenting naturally colored cotton to be used in the textile industry.

PS – Sally’s a brilliant textile artist!!

http://foxfibre.com/

http://www.vreseis.com/

We all know it is now good business to do green/socially conscious business. AMY HALL – Director of Social Consciousness at Eileen Fisher Fashion has been at it long before it was either named or in vogue.

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