You are currently browsing the category archive for the ‘Sustainibility’ category.

DR. SARAH MYHILL knows that the subject of her book, Sustainable Medicine, starts in the soil. She also knows that asking a series of questions why can have a profound effect on our health. Her information is spot on and her book is  an encyclopedic wealth of information!

Check out her site for her other books and information –

http://www.drmyhill.co.uk/

Advertisements

Earth advocate, food and farm activist and interdimensional adventurer is just the tip of the iceberg that floats DAVID YARROW’s boat. He is a frequent contributor in ACRES USA and if sustainable isn’t his middle name it should be!!

http://dyarrow.org

Earth advocate, food and farm activist and interdimensional adventurer is just the tip of the iceberg that floats DAVID YARROW’s boat. He is a frequent contributor in ACRES USA and if sustainable isn’t his middle name it should be!!

http://dyarrow.org

Correlating the community on farms and ranches with our own healthy environment STEVE CAMPBELL offers his cattle may eat better than you!

With common sense known to life long farmers and cattlemen, Steve shares natural methods for detoxing yourself, your livestock and you land.

Steve can be reached at http://www.tailormadecattle.com/ and if you are local, sign up for some amazing beef!!

A tree can be only as strong as the forest that surrounds it. PETER WOHLLEBEN illustrates the centrality of trees in Earth’s ecosystem demonstrating an astonishing sociality of trees, abounding with wisdom about what makes strong human communities and societies.

His book is The Hidden Life of Trees.

To quote BELINDA J WOMACK, author of  Lessons From the 12 Archangels, … “by opening ourselves to the support of the 12 Archangels we can move out of the past and into Heaven’s abundance…”

https://www.belindawomack.com/

 

Without fungi the terrestrial ecosystems of planet Earth would not work. Fungi are the major decomposers of dead plants, releasing nutrients and feeding plants with water and mineral nutrients.

LYNNE BODDY, Professor at the Cardiff School of Biosciences, states, “Further, so far as man is directly concerned, they produce many life-saving pharmaceuticals, foods and beverages, novel compounds, bio-control agents and much more besides. It is a joy to communicate this both to student audiences and to the public at large.”

 

There is much to said about what is lost and what is gained by domesticating animals throughout the years.

Horseman, dog trainer and journalist, GAVIN EHRINGER , lays out the history of domesticating dogs, cats, cows and horses in his book, Leaving the Wild.

Without an agenda, Gavin raises some questions as to the techniques, results and ethics of animal breeding….

TRADD COTTER‘S Mushroom Mountain is the coolest and largest privately owned mushroom research facility. It focuses on the needs of the planet, developing the possible uses for fungi; mycoremediation, medicinal, filtering water and antibiotics to name a few.

Tradd’s 20 years collecting and cultivating mushrooms is shared in his book, Organic Mushroom Farming and Mycoremediation.

http://mushroommountain.com/

Cutting through standard debates about conventional and organic farming, DAVID MONTGOMERY, author of Growing a Revolution,  combines ancient wisdom with modern science, to make the case for an inspiring vision where agriculture becomes the solution to environmental problems.

https://www.dig2grow.com/

Tributaries Radio

Streaming weekly interviews with pioneering individuals, sharing healthful common sense possibilities for our person, our communities and our world.
With host Robin Claire.

Advertisements
%d bloggers like this: