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Sourdough - benefits, catching and care, recipes

Sourdough - benefits, catching and care, recipes

22 Most Amazing Maps Changing How We See The World : TreeHugger

Science & Technology treehugger556:http://www.treehugger.com/files/2010/01/22-most-amazing-maps-changing-how-we-see-the-world.phpBuzz up! Photo via Andrew Turner digg_url = 'http://digg.com/tech_news/22_Amazing_Maps_That_Change_How_We_See_The_World'; Maps. They make everything a little bit better. They have the capacity to turn confusing, nebulous, and unimaginable information into visual ...

Ethical Feast on Seed Savers Network

A pictorial record of the 2009 Ethical Feast

Women grow food basket | Pata| Down To Earth magazine

Traditionally, pata signifies a woman's space in agriculture. Women would plant small strips of land with vegetables, fruits and spices, between the main crops like wheat, sorghum and pigeon pea. They would maintain and harvest them, depending on family needs.

Swaraj University

New concept in facilitated self education. Based in India. Aims to graduate students directly into green/sustainable ecomony enterprises.

Hands on Health Australia

The Hands on Health clinic in Rajasthan, India, offers local women and their families holistic health care such as acupuncture, naturopathy, herbal medicine, massage, chiropractic, midwifery, general medicine and homeopathy. They also have the opportunity to become trained in basic first aid remedies, grow their own medicines and develop a microenterprise. Hands on Health Rajasthan is a ...

2008 Food Crisis: Rethinking Food Security Policies

The 2008 Food Price Crisis: Rethinking Food Security Policies <http://www.oaklandinstitute.org/?q=node/view/528> The 2008 Food Price Crisis: Rethinking Food Security Policies, the latest in the G-24 Discussion Paper Series, is a timely report as member states of the United Nations come together 16-18 November, 2009 at the World Summit on Food Security in Rome, in an effort to find lasting ...

Jon Foley argues for resilient integration of industrial and organic agriculture at Resilience Science

Jon Foley argues for resilient integration of industrial and organic agriculture <http://rs.resalliance.org/2009/11/07/jon-foley-argues-for-resilient-integration-of-industrial-and-organic-agriculture/> Jon Foley <http://www.cbs.umn.edu/eeb/faculty/FoleyJon/> argues for the integration of industrial and organic agriculture to meet the challenge of rising demand for agriculture production in a ...

How green are our cities?

How green are our cities? The key number in measuring that now is the per capita emission or how big a carbon footprint an individual leaves. The developed world pegs lndia's per capita emission at 1.7 tonnes. But a study by a non-profit organization of 40 Indian cities says it is much lower at less than 1 tonne. The worst big city in India is Kolkata, at 1.83 tonnes, but it is nothing ...

Under the mulberry tree

Beautiful first-person narrative of arid gardening in suburban context (Alice Springs, Australia). Chris is a real enthusiasts and provides an amazing amount of practical information in the blog.