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Thursday, 21 August 2008 08:53

Sammy De

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Barre, Massachusetts

August 9

I met Joanna Campe at the NOFA Conference 2008. I use Azomite in my garden along with my compost and have no need for fertilizers.

 

 

 


Thursday, 24 July 2008 09:26

The Greening of the Nevada Prison System

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The Greening of the Nevada Prison System project is a pilot program that intends to develop sources of woody biomass feedstocks for conversion into biofuels, biopower, and biobased products through a comprehensive program that advances the use of fast growing trees in enriched soil conditions along with better forest/woodlot management. The economics of this integrated system are enhanced by innovative production systems, low cost labor including prison inmates, and creative technologies such as remineralization.


Bill Holmberg, our ally since the 80’s, most long-standing board director and our man in Washington, D.C., was just feted by friends and policy makers on July 16 with the theme An Officer, A Gentleman, and A Hero. His 80th birthday marks a lifetime of continuing accomplishments on behalf of sustainable energy and the environment.


Thursday, 24 July 2008 04:51

An Apple Tree Story

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Judy Roylance

Fairmont, West Virginia

An Apple Tree Story

Once upon a time, on a farm not too far away and not very long ago, there were five very old apple trees. Sadly, they had no apples. They had not had any apples for many years; no one knows how many. One tree was very tall; one was very wide; three were dwarfs. The first dwarf tree stood next to a forsythia bush which was too tired to put out any yellow flowers in April. The second dwarf tree would have had a lovely shape if it had had anyone to prune the suckering branches. The third dwarf tree stood near the hayfield and was very unhappy indeed.


Tuesday, 22 July 2008 09:56

Swedish Recognition for SEER Rockdust Magic

Written by Jennifer Cook

The fast growing popularity of the soil remineralizing SEER Rockdust has spread across the North Sea to Sweden.


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Cannon House Office Building - Caucus Room
U.S. House of Representatives
Independence Avenue and New Jersey Avenue SE
Washington, DC
Thursday - July 31, 2008
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

 

Through the invitation of Bill Holmberg at ACORE, RTE has the honor of being featured at the ACORE booth of the Sustainable Energy Expo of the Sustainable Energy Coalition. ACORE will be one of 30 exhibits at the event.

On July 31, the Sustainable Energy Coalition - in cooperation with Members of the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Caucuses - will host the 11th annual Congressional Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency EXPO + Forum.

This year's EXPO will bring together more than three dozen businesses, sustainable energy industry trade associations, government agencies, and energy policy research organizations to showcase the status and near-term potential of the cross-section of renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies. A morning news conference will feature Members of the U.S. Congress while afternoon speakers will discuss the role sustainable energy technologies can play in meeting America's energy needs.

As Congress, the Administration, the business community, environmental advocates, and American voters search for options to address ever-higher energy prices, increased reliance on energy imports, and the potential threat posed by rising levels of greenhouse gas emissions, the EXPO will help address the role that sustainable energy technologies might play. This will include not only the technical aspects of renewable energy and energy-efficient technologies but also related issues such as economics, jobs potential, environmental benefits, current and near-term market potential, model programs in the public and private sectors, institutional and legal barriers, etc.

The EXPO is free, open to the public, and no RSVPs are required.


Wednesday, 02 July 2008 06:47

Former Parliament Member Becomes RTE Coordinator for Sweden

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We are pleased to announce that Lars Angstrom, former member of the Swedish Parliament for eight years, has joined us as the RTE Coordinator for Sweden. Lars and his wife have arranged seminars and lectures on remineralization of soils and and they distribute SEER's Rockdust through their own website and through retailers across Sweden. The demand and interest has been tremendous and within less than a year they have distributed 52 tons of SEER's Rockdust to many hundreds of people. The results in their own garden and their customers' gardens speak for itself. Check out the photos at their website and their blog, which is coming soon.

Click here to go their website

Click here for the RTE International Coordinators section


Wednesday, 04 June 2008 09:34

Restoring Our Earth to Vibrant Health

Written by Don Weaver

While many socio-ecological problems have worsened over these 30 years, it appears that

While many socio-ecological problems have worsened over these 30 years, it appears that an ever higher percentage of our 6.6 billion population is waking up to the need to transform our ways of living, to truly go “green,” to make peace with the Earth and ourselves, to end the “war on Terra.” This Terra, the beautiful living Earth of which we are an essential part, needs each of us to become conscious contributors to personal/planetary healing. You are needed and invited and welcomed! Here are some views from my perspective as a health-oriented ecologist and organic grower.


Almost a year ago we embarked upon a long hoped for dream. Our Costa Rica based colleagues and partners, long term New Alchemist William Turley and his green-thumbed wife Angie Sanchez are planting trees on their land on the deforested lower slopes of the Volcano Miravalles in Guanacaste.

Friday, 25 April 2008 07:43

Forests of Champions

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dyarrow.jpgA Conversation with Tree Farmer David Milarch Who Sees New Hope in Old Giants.
By David Yarrow

Christmas Eve, 1996, I interviewed David Milarch, founder of the Michigan Champion Tree Project. Tall, bearded, with stout limbs and a thick trunk, he looks like a latter day Paul Bunyan. Or a full size chestnut tree in flesh and blood. But his lumberjack physique is dwarfed by his immense ideas - and his ardent exposition of them. However, the Paul Bunyan figure interrogating me is no lumberjack yelling, "Timber!" His vision is to grow, not cut trees - to renew, not remove, forests. And the big man is talking about the biggest of the big trees: the Champions.