Linda Borghi wants to turn the tide on the industrial/agricultural system by building a movement around backyard farming.
The problem with the agriculture industry is that we are dependent on it, she says. So, with the help of some friends, Linda is launching an online webinar series that aims to teach people how to “Farm-a-Yard” to meet their own family’s food needs or to generate $75,000 on a half acre of land in a 22 week season.
Imagine a new economy that has the betterment of mankind as the driving force, instead of profits.
Seriously. Take a moment and envision what the world would be like if those who did good for humans and the planet were the ones who were rewarded.
This is the type of world that Perry Gruber wants to create.
We know that organic, fair-trade clothing can help save the planet as well as human beings.
Though we may not know all the details, we understand pesticides wreak havoc on living things. We know that too often big clothing brands make their profits on the backs of farmers and sweat shops located in developing countries.
But is it really that bad? And, if so, what choices do we have?
Edible landscaping offers many benefits for those interested in sustainable living.
Rob with his 111 possessions.
How far would you go to educate people about sustainable living?
Rob Greenfield, aka the “Dude Making a Difference”, seems to be up for anything!