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... iodine. Recommended dosage is 130mg (65mg for kids), and easiest source of this is Potassium Iodide. You can get it from food (e.g. kelp), but supposedly not quickly enough to fill the thyroid. We have ...
...  Useful sharing concepts to discuss include: Food growing; cooking; buying; eating; Children: parenting; schooling; playing; childcare; Land: Caring; projects; regeneration Political action; ...
3. Permaculture how-to: Worm farms
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... of the second tray from the top, migrating up to the food scraps to eat. Some ideas for bins to try might be large plant-pots, or yoghurt pots, or some kind  ...
A recent study-of-studys. supposedly showed organic food was no more nutritious than chemical-food. At the time it was known that the study was specific to nutrition and ignored contamination from pesticide ...
... can have a big change in the final outcome. Paul alludes to this when he describes the drought -> food supply drop -> price rise -> political instability pathway on page 3. However, what I think Paul ...
... food crops to areas where the crops they've depended on for generations are failing them. As climate change shifts the patterns of what grows where I believe it is going to be important that food is ...
... against weeds, it has become a prevalent ingredient in most of our food crops. Three recent studies show that Roundup, which is used by farmers and home gardeners, is not the safe product we have been ...
8. Greening the Desert
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I just caught this flash presentation on Greening the Desert. The story of Geoff Lawton's Jordan project, where they got a flat, arid desert to produce food on about 1/5 the water normally used. Its impressive ...
9. The Meatrix2
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Once again, those crazy cartoonists have produced a hit. If you loved the Meatrix, check out the sequel Meatrix 2
... and also copies for sale, and can be reached via their website www.byronchild.com. For US readers you can go directly to their website www.thefutureoffood.com byronchild magazine and Bay FM Community ...
... Future of Food, a brilliant must-see documentary which examines the complex web of market and political forces that are changing what we eat. The screenings are fundraisers for the Byron Bay High School ...
12. Back from a world tour
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... in San Francisco Sourcing organics from Costa Rica for Australian clients Looking for finance for an Australian client Finding US outlets for organic foods from Australian clients Sourcing Australian ...
... foods and bribing Indonesians to bypass their controls. So it should hardly come as a surprise that another of Monsanto's products is more toxic than they say. From organicconsumers.org I think this ...
... locally, especially food from the Organic Farmers market. If you own land, look into turning some of it into carbon-sequestering forest. There are likely to be opportunities to get paid to do this. Install ...
... moment in Fair Trade for non-food items; Green Building; Downshifting and Voluntary Simplicity, and any interesting technologies ready to try out in Australia.  ...
16. Organic CRC rejected
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... is a backward step for food and farming science in Australia. Biological Farmers of Australia Co-op (BFA) was committed to a 7 year $210,000 investment in the proposed Organic Co-operative Research Centre ...
... a source of fuel, building materials and food for future generations. "  ...
Last Tuesday we had the first meeting of a group being tentatively called the Byron sustainable ventures network. We brought together 17 people over food and conversation. The participants came from 13 ...
... ever. Without electrical refrigeration, until now Northern Nigeria's poor agricultural population has had no access to food preservation: "The device owes its cooling powers to a simple law of thermodynamics. ...
Great marketing .... See "http://www.themeatrix.com/canada"
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