Earthworms and Bacteria
Enjoy a Symbiotic Relationship with Rockdust
Each organism has a role and occupies a niche. In fact, shown by the Russian ecologist, Gause, about 30 years ago that each niche has only one organism with its specific food. If another organism is introduced, it either gets wiped out or creates its own micro-niche by living symbiotically with the first, for example, by using the waste matter of the first organism as food.
The Greening of the Nevada Prison System
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.
Swedish Recognition for SEER Rockdust Magic
The fast growing popularity of the soil remineralizing SEER Rockdust has spread across the North Sea to Sweden.
Restoring Our Earth to Vibrant Health
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.
Agroforestry Project in Costa Rica: Food, Fuels & Income to Sustain Local Communities
By John Todd
Project manager William Turley showing one year old Jatropha fruit
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