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    Thanks Constance. beautiful. Everywhere I look I see places to grow food for every sentient being on earth and a place to stay. We can grow foods on walls vertical garden, on air. There is vast shallows at sea where people can build a dome structure under safely. at 20 meters deep the pressure is only 28psi. High pressure blowers blowing air in will supply the oxygen. wave powers can be harness to power and light the place. with lights plants can grow. I'd like to take some time to chill out in such a place. In our country with 350 people per Km2 I still see vast forest. we can replace this none food producing trees with producing ones. Its beyond me why some people says earth is overpopulated and we need to depopulate.
    I'm glad you have enjoyed it Bubu. The possibilities are endless for what we can create together. If people would only place all their focus on a return to nature, rather than fighting the system and each other, we could have a garden of Eden sooner, rather than later.

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    yes "return to nature" will be nice but to some of us its difficult if not impossible because most part of nature is owned by those who dont want to care for it. Just a while back my son sent me a message for a farm lot for sale in the mountains. 5 hectares for 1.5M peso ph. that would be around 30K US$ we cannot afford that. we been actively looking for land for more than a year now with no luck to find a cheap option. I'm aware that there are a lot of families/people that is financially way below us. To them its impossible to go back to nature, unless they become tenants/slaves for some money rich people. Another proof that money must be abolish. covid scamdemic is made possible because of money also. With barter system hoarding is not possible.
    Yes I have mentioned before that if we learn to care for each other, the control system will collapse, because control system is accomplish by making us compete/fight with each other. That is why the elite is afraid of popular people who promote peace love and sharing. the likes of John Lennon, Michael Jackson and Jesus all very popular all murdered.
    So again my most important message is "let's take care of each and everyone"

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    Quote Posted by Bubu (here)
    yes "return to nature" will be nice but to some of us its difficult if not impossible because most part of nature is owned by those who dont want to care for it. Just a while back my son sent me a message for a farm lot for sale in the mountains. 5 hectares for 1.5M peso ph. that would be around 30K US$ we cannot afford that. we been actively looking for land for more than a year now with no luck to find a cheap option. I'm aware that there are a lot of families/people that is financially way below us. To them its impossible to go back to nature, unless they become tenants/slaves for some money rich people. Another proof that money must be abolish. covid scamdemic is made possible because of money also. With barter system hoarding is not possible.
    Yes I have mentioned before that if we learn to care for each other, the control system will collapse, because control system is accomplish by making us compete/fight with each other. That is why the elite is afraid of popular people who promote peace love and sharing. the likes of John Lennon, Michael Jackson and Jesus all very popular all murdered.
    So again my most important message is "let's take care of each and everyone"
    I get where you are at within all of this.

    At the bottom of this post, there is a link on my signature that will take you to the Draw your sword thread, things are about to get real. If you haven't already seen what I've shared there, I invite you to do so because it will explain why there is really only one answer to humanities plight and how we can turn this boat around.


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    I've shared this previously in my empowerment thread but I thought it might be a good idea to share The Need to Grow documentary link here too because of what has been invented. The inventor has created a closed loop system that can regenerate soil in a matter of days, rather than weeks or years.
    In addition to having the capacity to regenerate the soil, the system provides a green powerhouse, and the opportunity to grow food in almost any climate you can imagine. Imagine a community being able to simultaneously grow food whilst obtaining free energy for up to 100 homes? Whilst not low tech, it is a system that appears as if it could be replicated anywhere throughout the world. It's a complete game changer.

    Unfortunately, it is hidden behind a paywall but well worth the watch.


    https://grow.foodrevolution.org/

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    In places like Hokkaido Japan, they have taken advantage of snowy mountainous conditions to grow sweet sweet winter vegetables. Oh my!

    The youtube intro says:
    Snow on the winter vegetable garden does not mean the end of harvest. Snow will insulate winter crops from freezing temperatures and protect them until harvest. A killing frost or freeze will do more damage to winter vegetables than snow.

    Carrots, turnips, Brussels sprouts, and cabbage, chard, and head lettuce can be harvested from under a blanket of snow. Scallions and fall leeks to the size of scallions can be harvested from under snow. Onions can remain in the garden under snow if a protective layer of mulch lies in between. Parsnips and Brussels sprouts will taste sweeter after being covered by snow.

    Sweet Vegetable under Snow Harvesting - Snow Vegetable Farm - Amazing Japan Agriculture Technology

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    In Chicago, this guy is growing salad and winter vegetables like Kale in a greenhouse with temperatures plummeting to the minus figures without any heating. Plants are more cold hardy, than most people think.




    How Our Winter Garden Survived -23°F (-31°C) With No Heat

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    What is syntropic farming?

    I'm glad you asked.

    It's an agroforestry system that goes far beyond regular agroforestry. It is much more diverse in what it has to offer because short term and long term harvesting is happening; there is no waste runoff, it is a pesticide and herbicide, chemical-free fertilizer way of growing food, harvesting can begin within three months, you use a fifth of the water usually required and it is such an abundant system.

    Everything required for the system, is in the system. You are growing your mulch in place.

    I get pretty excited about growing food this way. Before I knew what syntropic farming was, I was already intuitively planting this way.

    I have permaculture neighbours who were highly sceptical and concerned about the way I was planting everything but I now have all the mulch I need with the kind of grass that grows on my land.

    It grows fast, it provides excellent cover and nutrients for the soil and I get to commune intimately every day with every plant and every blade of grass.

    I know people will find this strange but the grass tells me where I need to put/place it on the garden after I have cut it by hand. Believe it or not, the grass grows back even more lushly after I have cut it. I have a family member who likes to use a string trimmer on certain parts of the garden but in my observations, the grass doesn't like it and grows back very slowly in those sections. My garden is beginning to thrive in ways that I could never have imagined.


    The five core principles of syntropic farming are:
    • Groundcover - no bare dirt
    • Stratification - create a multilayered system of plants with different light requirements
    • Natural succession - Mimic a rainforest. New life replaces the old.
    • Maximise photosynthesis - utilize your foliage.
    • Manage, harvest, prune and monitor to maintain ground cover.




    Syntropic Agroforestry Project on the Farm || Phase 1



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    Very useful and even necessary thread! Thanks for that Constance!

    This evening we watched a documentary that would fit right in here.

    You can find it (a link) on the website: www.kisstheground.com

    The keyword is regeneration (agriculture).

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    Quote Posted by Johan (Keyholder) (here)
    Very useful and even necessary thread! Thanks for that Constance!

    This evening we watched a documentary that would fit right in here.

    You can find it (a link) on the website: www.kisstheground.com

    The keyword is regeneration (agriculture).
    Now imagine all of these principles combined, the synergy it would create: Biodynamic, syntropic farming, regeneration, organic, permaculture, food forests

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    Quote Posted by Constance (here)
    This couple grow much of their food on their man-made island, ten miles north of Tofino, British Columbia, off the west coast of Vancouver Island. Starting @ 2.12 - 2.54 [13 min video]
    Nature has been my guide


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    That's absolutely phenomenal Constance.

    The thing I'm probably most jealous about the couple is their noise-free environment.

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    Quote Posted by Constance (here)
    This couple grow much of their food on their man-made island, ten miles north of Tofino, British Columbia, off the west coast of Vancouver Island. Starting @ 2.12 - 2.54 [13 min video]
    Nature has been my guide


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    That's absolutely phenomenal Constance.

    The thing I'm probably most jealous about the couple is their noise-free environment.
    🙏

    It looks like so much fun! What I really love about how they are living is that they are able to connect with nature whilst being able to do what they love to do.

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    Quote Posted by Constance (here)
    Quote Posted by DaveToo (here)
    Quote Posted by Constance (here)
    This couple grow much of their food on their man-made island, ten miles north of Tofino, British Columbia, off the west coast of Vancouver Island. Starting @ 2.12 - 2.54 [13 min video]
    Nature has been my guide


    27 YEARS Living Off-Grid on a Self-Built Island Homestead
    That's absolutely phenomenal Constance.

    The thing I'm probably most jealous about the couple is their noise-free environment.
    🙏

    It looks like so much fun! What I really love about how they are living is that they are able to connect with nature whilst being able to do what they love to do.
    Yes and they also have the best of both worlds, as they can connect with their friends and family whenever they need/want to.

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    In Europe there is all kinds of weird stuff going on concerning this business.

    TTip failed, the Canadian version passed though, but in fact the plan was to position Monsanto in Europe as the sole seed supplier, yes, you have read this right. Since ttip was pulled by Trump (tg), Monsanto was suddenly bought by German giant Bayer, yes, again you have read this right. Why would they go trough all this trouble?

    For this Law:

    Quote The “Plant Reproductive Material Law” regulates all plants. ... The new law basically puts the government in charge of all plants and seeds in Europe, and prevents home gardeners from growing their own plants from non-regulated seeds. If they did, they would now be considered criminals.”23 Apr 2014
    It goes much further than this, but this is the update for now:

    Quote The European Commission is about to pass a horrible law called the Plant Reproductive Material Law. The law will create a new European Union bureaucracy named the Plant Variety Agency and it will put this bureaucracy in charge of approving virtually all plants and seeds.14 May 2019
    Welcome to the EU.

    This tradition and purely natural process is being destroyed over here by greed (again).

    I hope that they keep their hands of the so called 3rd World, but I am not holding my breath.
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    Quote Posted by Mad Scientist (here)
    In Europe there is all kinds of weird stuff going on concerning this business.

    TTip failed, the Canadian version passed though, but in fact the plan was to position Monsanto in Europe as the sole seed supplier, yes, you have read this right. Since ttip was pulled by Trump (tg), Monsanto was sudeenly bought by German giant Bayer, yes, again you have read this right. Why would they go trough all this trouble?

    For this Law:

    Quote The “Plant Reproductive Material Law” regulates all plants. ... The new law basically puts the government in charge of all plants and seeds in Europe, and prevents home gardeners from growing their own plants from non-regulated seeds. If they did, they would now be considered criminals.”23 Apr 2014
    It goes much further than this, but this is the update for now:

    Quote The European Commission is about to pass a horrible law called the Plant Reproductive Material Law. The law will create a new European Union bureaucracy named the Plant Variety Agency and it will put this bureaucracy in charge of approving virtually all plants and seeds.14 May 2019
    Welcome to the EU.

    This tradition and purely natural process is being destroyed over here by greed (again).

    I hope that they keep their hands of the so called 3rd World, but I am not holding my breath.
    people need to start disobeying

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    "Groundcover - no bare dirt
    Stratification - create a multilayered system of plants with different light requirements
    Natural succession - Mimic a rainforest. New life replaces the old.
    Maximise photosynthesis - utilize your foliage.
    Manage, harvest, prune and monitor to maintain ground cover."

    This is my idea of gardening. I didn't know that it has a name already Some observations from my small garden laboratory. Its not intended for production rather for learning. I planted sweet potatoes where blady grass use to be. For months the grass will sprout and I kept trimmer or uprooting them. Until no more and the sweet potato thrive, After I harvested the sweet potato some potatoes was left. Now sweet potato took the role of the blady grass they keep sprouting. Conclusion: once a plant become establish it means there is also an establish soil ecosystem that supports it. This ecosystem favors the existing plant and will try to kill the new comers. How will I use this learning? Say I plant the 3 sisters? What i will do is kept the area planted with it all the time. It means I must plant new ones before the oldies die off. Benefits. Its going to kept the support soil ecosystem thrive. The new, baby plants will benefit from the shade of the oldies. And yes just like humans the parent plants take care of their young's. Its been proven scientifically that plants communicate and help each other via the soil internet the "fungi". You can read the works of Dr. Suzane Simard. (Hope I got that correct) Dr. Bryant Redhawk.

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    Quote Posted by Bubu (here)
    Quote Posted by Mad Scientist (here)
    In Europe there is all kinds of weird stuff going on concerning this business.

    TTip failed, the Canadian version passed though, but in fact the plan was to position Monsanto in Europe as the sole seed supplier, yes, you have read this right. Since ttip was pulled by Trump (tg), Monsanto was sudeenly bought by German giant Bayer, yes, again you have read this right. Why would they go trough all this trouble?

    For this Law:

    Quote The “Plant Reproductive Material Law” regulates all plants. ... The new law basically puts the government in charge of all plants and seeds in Europe, and prevents home gardeners from growing their own plants from non-regulated seeds. If they did, they would now be considered criminals.”23 Apr 2014
    It goes much further than this, but this is the update for now:

    Quote The European Commission is about to pass a horrible law called the Plant Reproductive Material Law. The law will create a new European Union bureaucracy named the Plant Variety Agency and it will put this bureaucracy in charge of approving virtually all plants and seeds.14 May 2019
    Welcome to the EU.

    This tradition and purely natural process is being destroyed over here by greed (again).

    I hope that they keep their hands of the so called 3rd World, but I am not holding my breath.
    people need to start disobeying
    Yes they should.
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    I've been apprehended twice already. not wearing face diaper and wearing it on the chin. No jail no fine. I guess everyone's aware by now or is already doubting. They dont seem to force the issue. Just a show off that they are doing what they are told to do so. Its where they earn their living.

    Back to garden

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    In the dry deserts of Chile, fog water is harvested for drinking water. Farmers also use it to grow Aloe Vera. 🙂


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    What an interesting and informative thread! Thank you very much, Constance!

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    Thank you Constance for this totally inspiring thread. If it ever comes to pass, and they ever allow us to travel again - vaccine free - I may just come and say hi after I've crossed Bill off the list in Ecuador.

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