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It's Easy to Earn Money
by by Bob Proctor
There is a very real possibility that everything you and I have been taught about how to earn money is so far from the truth that it’s almost comical. Earning money has nothing to do with age, formal education, gender or geography. It has nothing to do with past experience or your formal years of education or your level of intellect. There are individuals who are functionally illiterate who have become multimillionaires, while there are others who are absolutely brilliant and they are broke. Vir...
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10 Secrets to Raising Your Vibration
by by David Wolfe
It is great to have little reminders helping guide us on our path wherever we turn. The following 10 secrets are little reminders, they are things we already know and are always inspired to hear and read more about.. By incorporating these 10 secrets into your daily life, you always enjoy more vibrant energy, true joy, abundant prosperity, and exceptional health.

1. Plant Seeds. The most fertile soil in the world is found in the human mind. Seeds are karmic substances: they have a pot...
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making a difference
by Sami Grover
Sustainable living has certainly become a buzz phrase. More and more people are looking at ways to reduce their ecological footprint: driving less, eating less meat, wearing sustainable fashions. As individuals, we are increasingly aware of the impact we have on the planet and our fellow humans. But is greening our own lifestyle enough? By taking the concept of sustainable living beyond the narrow, individualistic approach, we can learn to see our interconnectedness to our environment and its in...
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Are You A Locavore?
by By Erin Frustaci
Straight to the Source
High above bins full of heads of lettuce and other fresh produce, oversized pictures of everyday people with wide smiles hang on the wall at Whole Foods Market in Fort Collins. They are the faces of Colorado farmers. And while the posters may sometimes go unnoticed, they are a telling sign of a shift in thinking.

Signs scattered throughout the store, like the one in front of some potatoes and onions, read: "Be Loyal. Buy Local." It's no secret that the demand...
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Beyond organic
Thinking Globally, Eating Locally
What does that mean exactly? What does it have to do with oil?
Eating locally means choosing food that is grown or raised near
where you live. Because it’s grown locally, less oil is used to
transport it to you. Often local food growers use little or no
commercial fertilizers and pesticides—both made from fossil
fuels—thus saving oil too.
By buying directly from local farmers, and shopping and dining at
businesses ...
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The Idea of a Local Economy
by by Wendell Berry
'The idea of a local economy rests upon only two principles: neighborhood and subsistence..."
A TOTAL ECONOMY is one in which everything—“life forms,” for instance,—or the “right to pollute” is “private property” and has a price and is for sale. In a total economy significant and sometimes critical choices that once belonged to individuals or communities become the property of corporations. A total economy, operating internationally, necessarily shrinks the powers of state and national gove...
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Localization
by Scot Swordy
We see so much in the news these days about the crashing economy and the impending recession. The cost of living is getting higher all the time. The price of gasoline creeps up day by day and we see a huge increase in home foreclosure. Home foreclosure means that families are losing their homes, real communities are falling apart. Scary stuff, why wait until it’s your family? Or your friend or your neighbor?

We don’t have to be so dependent on this international economic system and if...
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How to Build a vibrant community
Supposing that the members of a local community wanted their community to cohere, to flourish, and to last, they would:

(1) Always ask of any proposed change or innovation: What will this do to our community? How will this affect our common wealth?

(2) Always include local nature - the land, the water, the air, the native creatures - within the membership of the community.

(3) Always ask how local needs might be supplied from local sources, including the mutual h...
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Certified Humane Raised & Handled
The Certified Humane Raised & Handled Label is a consumer certification and labeling program.When you see the Certified Humane Raised & Handled label it means that an egg, dairy, meat or poultry product has been produced with the welfare of the farm animal in mind. Food products that carry the label are certified to have come from facilities that meet precise, objective standards for farm animal treatment.

QUALITY STANDARDS
A team of veterinarians and animal scientists developed ...
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Limberlost Tree Farm
Herb and Grace Payne reclaim family land and replant cedars in the hope of recreating the old growth stands that were here a century ago.
Limberlost Tree Farm
Herb and Grace Payne are retirees with a passion for the land that has been handed down in their family for close to a century. Herb was a stockbroker and Grace was a teacher during their professional years, but now the Paynes are spending their retirement planting and caring for the 130-acre tree farm in Skagit County they call ...
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I AM A SIMPLETON AND THIS IS MY JOURNEY
by SCOT SWORDY
Today began as usual with coffee, while the coffee water boils I rinse my sprouts. This is my morning routine. I love sprouting. These last twelve months I have enjoyed more and more raw food in my diet. I don’t really want to be all raw or all vegan for that matter. I just sincerely enjoy eating fresh green leafy veggies. I don’t eat this way because I’m afraid of losing my health or beauty, I eat this way because leafy greens taste sooo good.
When I grow my own sprouts I feel the energy, ...
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Live Locally, Think Globally, Love Universally
by Tony Ellis


We live in interesting times. Contrary to the Chinese saying that uses this as a curse, today it is more like a blessing. The current financial and political upheavals mark the beginning of significant changes happening in our world. Things, as they say, will never be the same. Much as the TV pundits and political talking heads would like to assure us that everything will eventually return to normal as long as we keep on as per usual, they probably won’t. We are at the threshold of ...
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Seven Step Small Business Startup Checklist
To beat paralysis and get started on your authentic business you first need to master the inner game of business. What you’re thinking and feeling has direct impact on the actions you are or are not taking. Use this guide as a business startup list to be sure your head’s nailed on straight .
1. Exploit Your Authentic Edge

Your edge, or marketplace advantage, comes directly from your willingness to move into your authentic power. Authentic business building is the willingness to s...
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Wind Turbine Concepts Defined and Explained
by Otherpower.com
On this page we attempt to give a brief introduction to the basic concepts of designing and building wind turbines.
Where do you start???
First, do your homework! Why re-invent the wheel when you can learn from others' successes and failures? There are many useful books, websites and plans available. Check our recommended reading list HERE.

First, figure out how big a wind generator you are willing to tackle, either commercial or home-brewed. There is really only one importa...
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Micro Eco-Farm Niche Themes
by Barbara Adams
As micro eco-farms grow in numbers and gain momentum, their ability to fulfill the specialized needs of their culture grows along with their culture's progress towards a healthier and more sustainable world.

Cater to the living foods (fermented) raw foods/juicing community: Many living/raw foods enthusiasts already eagerly seek out local eco-farms to supply their fresh produce. Crops grown on the farm are already quite raw! So, what's the point in a raw food emphasis? Some crops ...
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Home Cottage Industries & Micro Eco-Farms
by Barbara Adams
Below are 12 cottage industries that have successfully partnered with micro eco-farms. They allow other farm family members, such as those who love to host or cook, to use their creativity productively, even if the added home business wouldn't otherwise financially stand on its own. From a home quilt shop to children's nature classes, the home cottage industry and micro eco-farm cross-promote each other, accelerating the success of each while decelerating the work, time and money needed to marke...
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Organic farming for the Military
Our Challenge

Tonight more than 200,000 veterans in America will sleep on the streets. Our current conflicts have already produced as many amputees as did the Civil War. The incidence of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is growing rapidly. These consequences are inevitable when service members must fight in neighborhoods and on crowded streets, with women and children often caught in the cross fire and explosive devices set on roadsides. Clearly t...
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