Posts Tagged ‘farming’

Sacred Farming: Huge Monument Find Showcases Neolithic Earth Worship

Archaeologists excavating near the village of Biddenham in Bedfordshire, England, have uncovered several ancient structures dating back 6,000 years. But most recently, a huge ritualistic monument has emerged from the timeworn fields. The team have uncovered several layers of archaeology dating back to the Neolithic. Bronze Age , Iron Age and Saxon period artifacts have […]

‘The Need to Grow’ Filmmaker Tells RFK, Jr.: Industrial Ag Is Killing Our Soil — Regenerative Farming Is the Answer

‘The Need to Grow’ Filmmaker Tells RFK, Jr.: Industrial Ag Is Killing Our Soil — Regenerative Farming Is the Answer Rob Herring, producer of the film, “The Need to Grow,” told RFK, Jr. on the “RFK Jr. The Defender Podcast,” healthy soil has a “cosmic galactic level of microbial activity happening right under our noses.”by […]

Biden signs new executive order aimed at food and farming sector

Credit Image: Wage Law President Biden signed an executive order that will protect American farmers under the Packers and Stockyards Act against abuses suffered at meat processing facilities. The executive order also puts several directives in place to enforce the U.S. antitrust laws and to stop mega-mergers from happening. The executive order will direct the […]

Ice Age Farming – #SolutionsWatch (video)

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Watch on Archive / BitChute / Minds / Odysee / YouTube Today James talks to Christian Westbrook (aka the Ice Age Farmer) about the problems facing the global food supply—from the coming global solar minimum to the globalist plan to “reset the table” and transform global food systems. More importantly, we discuss what can be […]

Ice Age Farming – #SolutionsWatch

michael.bc says: That made my week – month – year! James and Christian! Not being separatist, but I never assumed I’d see the day! As with James with Delingpole. My respect to JC as he as always stretches and stretches and surprises us, the lucky recipients – thank you! With all the great talk here […]

Urban Farming Backyard Potato Bins

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Greenhouse farming being developed in Bushehr province

Greenhouse farming being developed in Bushehr province – Tehran%20Times TEHRAN- As announced by a provincial official, cultivation in greenhouses is being developed in Bushehr province, in the southwest of Iran. Khosro Omrani, the deputy head of the province’s agriculture department, said, “In order to develop greenhouse farming in Bushehr province, good efforts have been made […]

How Chemical Farming Created an Epidemic of Chronic Disease

Truth11.com WATCH: How Chemical Farming Created an Epidemic of Chronic DiseaseChildren’s Health Defense » Feed For thousands of years, civilizations have been controlled through their food chain — our world today is no exception. And with a global population of 7.8 billion, controlling the global food supply is big business. What impact does the control […]

Himachal Efforts For  Self-Reliance in Seeds to Support Natural Farming Need Support and Wider Reach 

Hilly areas with their varying heights and land categories are known for their valuable bio-diversity which should be protected. The vast Himalayan ranges including  hills and valleys, plains and peaks in particular are all the more important in this context. While the tendency to introduce genetic uniformity of monocultures was unfortunate everywhere, it was all […]

Reclaimed water could be the solution to farming in a drier future

On a Saturday in late October, Carolyn Phinney is hip-deep in a half-acre of vegetables, at the nucleus of what will one day be 15 acres of productive farmland. “You can’t even see the pathways,” she says, surrounded by the literal fruits of her labors. The patch is a wealth of herbs, tomatoes, eggplants, peppers, […]

Afrin Kale: How an engineer found her calling in farming

Afrin Kale is a farmer with a degree in civil engineering. A resident of Pune city, her five-acre farm is in Pimpalgaon Ghode village of Ambegaon Tehsil of Pune district, about 80 km from the city. She travels once or twice each week to the farm, and she has hired Ravi and Roshni, a young […]

An Agenda for Food and Farming Based on Dominance and High Profits for a Few Has Powerful Promoters

In India there has been much discussion in recent times of the dangers of increasing corporatization of farming and food sectors. This is welcome, as there needs to be increasing public awareness of this harmful and high risk trend. In the course of this discussion the name of two billionaires  has been increasingly taken to […]

Global Food & Farming Issues: Dr. Vandana Shiva Slams Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg & Monsanto

The Facts: China has publicly revealed plans to drastically expand an experimental weather modification program to cover an area of over 5.5 million square kilometers (2.1 million square miles) — more than 1.5 times the total size of India. Reflect On: How long have weather modification programs been in operation? What are and have been […]

Why Resolving the Farming Crisis in India is Both Very Urgent and Very Difficult

In the recent negotiations of the farmers movement with the government  spread over several rounds, the non-acceptance of the farmers’ demand for the repeal of the three controversial farm laws was presented as the most important reason for not reaching an agreement, while the truth is that this should be an easy demand  to accept […]

Great Caution is Needed to Prevent Farming Getting Trapped in Unsustainable Systems

Governments in many countries grapple with the challenge of retaining the support of farmers who are considered important in electoral politics. At the same time several of these governments work under the impact of powerful business interests. From the narrow point of view of these governments the skill is in somehow managing to keep both […]

Contribution of Farming to Checking Climate Change Can be Immense, and Traditional Wisdom Can Contribute Much

Keeping in view the importance of checking climate change , all sectors must contribute to he reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. In this context the extremely important contribution which the food and agriculture  sector can make was underestimated initially but more and more research is now indicating that the contribution of this sector can extremely […]

Wider Social Benefits Apart, Ecologically Protective Farming Can Also Be Economically Attractive

While the social benefits of ecologically protective, organic and/or natural farming are so obvious, it is sometimes said that in economic terms this may not be so beneficial for farmers and this thinking becomes a big hurdle in the spread of ecologically protective farming. However the advocates of ecologically protective farming and low external input […]

To Resolve the Farming Crisis We Need A Different Paradigm

Photo by George M. Groutas Whenever we hear about serious problems relating to farmers and farming and how to resolve them, we hear this generally in the context of three versions. One version is of existing and upcoming big business interests who want to have an increasing role and ultimately domination in the farming sector. […]

What Is the Alternative Farming and Food System That India Needs?

As the attention of people of India is focused on agriculture in the context of the farmers’ movement, this is a good time to initiate a debate on exactly what sort of alternative system of farming and food the country needs. It is not enough to criticize the existing system, we should be clear about […]

The Biosecurity Myth That Is Destroying Small Farming

Above photo: OIE logo. Chen Yun’s pigs stopped eating, then developed a fever. Within a week, all 10,000 on his farm in Jiangxi, in southeast China, had died of African swine fever (ASF). In 2018-19 the virus affected every province and led to the slaughter of half the country’s pigs. The outbreak spread from China […]

‘War is Peace’: NZ MP Greg O’Connor Claims Labour Supports the Farming Sector

Sto Vounó Ohariu MP Greg O’Connor is an ex-policemen and long-time President of the New Zealand Police Association, best known in that role for his strong support of armed police.  (In 2019-20 New Zealand trialled armed police patrols, and for a while it looked as though armed police visiting private homes for minor offences, or […]

ORGANIC GRASS-FED FARMING VERSUS THE DANGERS OF CORPORATE FEED-LOT FARMING

Study at California State University’s College of Agriculture showed grass-fed beef beef is significantly more healthy than corporate factory feed lots. Grass-fed Beef provides more good fats, better protein, higher potential for vitamin A and E and cancer-fighting antioxidants compared to grain-fed beef. But most important grass-fed does not contain most of the poisons and […]

Wind Farming Creating Jobs and Building New Economy in Texas

Wind Farming Creating Jobs and Building New Economy in Texas Above Photo: Wind and oil operate side-by-side in West Texas, where ranchers often rely on lease payments from wind farms to diversify their income, particularly during drought years. Credit: Meera Surbamanian Wind turbines bring jobs, tax dollars for new schools, income security for farmers and […]

Recovering ecosystems: How no-till farming is catching on in small farming communities across the plains

(Natural News) According to an article From Civil Eats, no-till farming can help revive struggling ecosystems. Jimmy Emmons, a seasoned farmer from Oklahoma, talked to other farmers at the 22nd annual No-till on the Plains conference about the no-till farming method and how it can rebuild an ecosystem. In a separate talk, “controversial grazing guru” Allan Savory […]

israel Murders Palestinian for the Crime of Farming

Israel Murders Palestinian for the Crime of Farming by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman) Israel repeatedly gets away with cold-blooded murder because the world community and supportive media fail to hold its Ziofascist regimes accountable for their high crimes. On Saturday, 59-year-old Mohammed Ata Abed al-Mawla Abu Jamea was lethally shot by […]

The Seeds Of Suicide: How Monsanto Destroys Farming (and the Lives of Farmers)

March 5th, 2018 By Vandana Shiva Guest writer for Wake Up World “Control the oil, and you control nations. Control the food, and you control the people.” — Henry Kissinger Monsanto’s talk of ‘technology’ tries to hide its real objectives of control over seed through genetic engineering. “Monsanto is an agricultural company. … We apply innovation […]

How poultry farming in India contributes to the global superbug problem: Antibiotics help chicks grow bigger, faster, for more profit

(Natural News) Chicks that arrive on a farm in Rangareddy district in India, near the southern metropolis of Hyderabad, are fed a yellow liquid from plastic containers. “Now the supervisor will come, and we will have to start with whatever medicines he would ask us to give the chicks,” the caretaker said. These […]

Is techno-farming going to replace chemical farming? Some farmers are switching from herbicides to robots for their weed problems

(Natural News) Robotic weeders are growing in popularity, an expert said, to support the growth and proliferation of specialty crops, or crops that are not mass-produced, and which include vegetables like broccoli, onions, lettuce, and tomatoes. The necessity for the utilization of robotic weeders comes from two issues: one, a lack of herbicides that can be […]

“Browning” of the world’s waterways may be due to conventional farming practices rather than “extra” rainfall claimed by climate alarmists

(Natural News) Global warming alarmists have a way of weaving their message into every scientific study or discussion these days. If they are to be believed, virtually every problem faced by humankind today can be blamed on catastrophic man-made global warming in one way or another. The latest study to make this “connection” was conducted […]

We Need Regenerative Farming, Not Geoengineering

Charles Eisenstein, GuestWaking Times Geoengineering has been back in the news recently after the US National Research Council endorsed a proposal to envelop the planet in a layer of sulphate aerosols to reduce solar radiation and cool the atmosphere. The proposal has been widely criticised for possible unintended consequences, such as ozone depletion, ocean […]

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