Current reports estimate that commercial food producers in the U.S. use about a billion pounds of chemicals on their crops.
Monsanto-Sponsored Panel Featured CSPI Food Policy Group
YouTube personality 'Ice Age Farmer' points to signs that food shortages are coming as California has ordered meat processing plants to shut down over an 'outbreak' of COVID-19 'cases' of workers testing positive.
Removing conifers - a major source of forest fires - is part of the Cranbrook project managed by Mike Pritchard, wildfire prevention coordinator with the B.C. Cattlemen's Association. This practice may boost the growth of grasses and increase
In fact, merely growing a vegetable garden on your own property, or in a greenhouse on your property, or shopping at a gardening store for gardening supplies--incredibly enough--could set you up for a drug raid sanctioned by the courts.
Tour an abundant Ruth Stout garden in Texas as Krystal shares years of experience and experimentation with natural gardening methods. She'll explain how it's possible for her to not use pesticides, fertilizers, or even have to weed or water her gard
If you're thinking about starting to homestead, these 16 skills are the most important to learn now.
Get 8x More Garden Yields and the Best Tasting Produce with These Science-Proven Garden Tips Carlton shares some of his best regenerative farming tips for greenhouse growing, automation systems, foliar feeding, plant health, soil building, and more
A self-sufficient life means learning a lot of different skills. Get ready for a master class in homestead skills as Tom (aka The Handy Homesteader) uses his years of experience building and remodeling homes, inventing, and fixing things to show you
The Thammasat University Rooftop Farm (or TURF), by Landprocess, puts an abandoned rooftop area belonging to Thammasat University's Rangsit Campus to fine use as an organic farm. The project incorporates solar power and rainwater collection, and is u
A team of researchers are managing to tweak the system of photosynthesis in plants to help them conserve water and increase food yields--and, they are simply adding natural proteins and enzymes to the process.
I haven't posted anything in about a month about the chickens and ducks and thought the time was right to post an update.
Early estimates say the derecho flattened at least one-third of Iowa's crops ?" about 10 million acres, according to Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds. In addition, tens of millions of bushels of grain that were stored at co-ops and on farms were damaged or
Meet John Austel of 4J Horse and Livestock a family operated cattle ranch in San Diego, California raising cattle on 100% grass from start to finish. He'll tell us all about how he raises his cows from calf to harvest, the amazing regenerative effec
For a glimpse of what could happen to a trillion dollars worth of American farmland, meet Ray Williams.
Meet John Austel of 4J Horse and Livestock a family operated cattle ranch in San Diego, California raising cattle on 100% grass from start to finish. He'll tell us all about how he raises his cows from calf to harvest, the amazing regenerative effect
A homestead is a place of production. Food, fiber, and fuel are just a few of the things a homestead can produce for a family. Most importantly, a homestead can produce a great quality of life for you, and those you care most about.
Millions Of Acres Of Crops In The Central U.S. Have Been Destroyed By A Series Of Historic Natural Disasters
A powerful derecho storm that swept through the Midwest on Monday has left thousands of acres of crops completely devastated, and officials say more than half a million people could be without power for quite a while.
Growing your own food gives you access to fresh fruits and vegetables – something that is invaluable post-SHTF. Knowing how to store seeds properly ensures that you're always ready for the next planting season. To the untrained eye, dry and brittle
Meet Andrew of Indian Summer Farms, a one man show on his one acre farm. He comes from tractor tillage based organic farming but has transitioned to low till and no spray methods. We talk about that transition and how he manages his one acre with a B
An in-depth interview with Andrew of Indian Summer Farms. We discuss how he got into farming and his changing techniques over time and how he has adapted his farms to changes in his life.
Are you in a situation where you can't have a typical garden? With a little bit of creativity, you can grow your own food in almost any space.
What is humanure compost? I tell you about it and its benefits as I prepare a new compost bin. It's been two years for us, and our first pile has turned into some truly amazing soil.
Rockefeller's "Reset the Table:" Food Tyranny & Transform Food Supply
Some advice for selling to restaurants and working with quality chefs that want to support local food by developing relationships.
How to make the most of your garden
Washington Man Rescues 2.4 Million Pounds of Farmers' Crops Going to Waste, Gets Them to Food Banks Across State
Just when you thought tensions between the U.S. and China couldn't get any stranger in the midst of the ongoing global pandemic, Americans across the country are starting to report receiving unsolicited packages of different types of seeds that they
I tackled two rainwater harvesting projects that I absolutely needed to get done: Setting up a wet system to collect water from the shed to our poly tanks and fixing broken gutters at the hacienda.