by Shannon Stonger
Health Impact News
In the fall we preserve cabbage by making sauerkraut. Salsa and berries are preserved and made better by fermenting them at the height of summer. Spring, with its abundance of colorful, crisp vegetables, spring holds a veritable buffet of vegetables waiting to be fermented into probiotic treats.
Asparagus comes up early as a perennial vegetable. A member of the lily family, its shoot is cut and brought to the table crisp and green. Radishes are one of the qu [...]
It’s official! As of March 20th, it’s finally spring!
Now, depending where you live, it may not feel like spring, but one thing is certain: warmer weather is coming.
This is the time to get a jump start on your garden. Aaron’s garden updates are so inspiring, I simply had no option but to get going on my own little piece of the earth.
If I had to pick one spring veggie to be my favorite, it would be….ummmm….Okay, it’s actually all my favorite. I can’ [...]
The ancient priests’ true religion (such as in Babylon) was astrology (astronomy), and they accorded great weight to the portents of celestial events, including the very rare events, as they were attempting to fully comprehend the movements of the heavenly bodies, the passage of time, and to be able to find out how said movements affect life, and events on the earth, and finally, to be able to predict future events, based upon past observations. To an ancient priest, the events written ab [...]
The famous Morning Glory hot spring pool has turned green due to visitors throwing things in to it. One of Yellowstone's most impressive natural wonde... [...]
(Nutritional Anarchy.com) With lessons learned from the first year of gardening, and a decently producing winter garden, Aaron explains how things fared, and what is in the works for the coming Spring season.
From Napa (Chinese) Cabbage, to Daikon Radish, broccoli, “Romanesco” broccoli, kale, Mesclun salad, Collard greens, dandelions and more, the fall/winter garden did well enough to produce a constant source of leafy greens for juicing and salads.
Meanwhile, Aaron is constructing r [...]
Scientists are hoping that Rosetta's companion lander will come back to life within a few months. It has been hailed as one of the most significant sp... [...]
Eric BlairActivist PostIt appears that the passing of the Siding Spring comet has caused a massive explosion on the surface of Mars. Private researcher Dr. Fritz Helmut Hemmerich made this video from 1200-meters at Tenerife in the Canary Islands showing comet Siding Spring immediately after its Mars encounter.Those who follow us on Twitter may know that we predicted this might happen. Here's our Tweet from 3 days ago referencing the comet passage of Mars with the Moon bombing:I get the same vibe [...]
(NaturalNews) Protests disrupted the recent semi-annual meeting of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) in San Antonio, Texas, marked by delaying parliamentary tactics and at least one arrest.According to an online report by The Cornucopia... [...]
(NaturalNews) Last year, the "March Against Monsanto" took place in over 400 cities and in 52 countries around the world. The mass media tried to block it out, because their sponsors sell mainly GMOs, genetically mutated food and medicine. A few television stations touched on it briefly... [...]
We all love spring! Or do we? The trees are in bloom, and so are the flowers, but all that airborne pollen can leave you feeling stuffy, sneezing, headachy, and run-down, with watery eyes and swollen sinuses. You are in luck. There is no need to resort to pharmaceutical drugs for your allergies; you can simply tap into some of nature’s best remedies, and feel better right away. Here are 5 natural methods of relieving the springtime allergy woes.
1. Acupressure - Harry Hong, Ph.D., L.Ac sys [...]
The Guardian | At least a dozen people killed in a series of attacks. [...]
The decision to keep genetically modified crops from being sown is sweeping the globe. After valid concerns about cross-contamination between GMO and non-GM crops have been presented by the National Farmers Union of Canada, from Ontario to Manitoba, Quebec to the Yukon, a huge turn of events has ensued. For example, RoundUp Ready alfalfa will not be available to Canadian growers this spring.
Many in Canada have been concerned about the approval process for GM crops, and after activists and farme [...]
by CHRISTOPHER MANION, Western Journalism:
From the fog of a long, hard winter, questions come stumbling out of the cold.
First: does the U.S. really support democracy?
Take Ukraine. For a decade and more, the United States has advocated – and even agitated – for democratic elections there. And yet, as so often occurs when the Goddess of Democracy winks, our government has been unhappy with the results, like when Viktor Yanukovich won Ukraine’s presidential elections in 2010.
Regarding t [...]
In this episode I hand the reigns over to to Lisa as we talk about Gardening, Solider Flies and worms. Spring will be apon us soon so it’s almost time to get out and start working our gardens. We talked about some of the things you can do while its still too cold outside to actually garden.
Buying supplies and getting your compost ready can give you a head start on this summer and also save you some money by buying supplies before the prices skyrocket.
Head over to this article to read mo [...]