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|11/17/2016 - The Navajo Tribe is hoping to begin growing industrial hemp on its native lands next year, but there are numerous hurdles to be cleared before the first seeds can be planted.
The tribe has signed a resolution and entered into the final stages of an agreement with Native American-owned CannaNative,...|
|11/4/2016 - Monsanto is finally being held liable for genetically engineered wheat that was found growing illegally on an Oregon farm in 2013. The "Roundup Ready" wheat genetically modified to withstand applications of glyphosate has been tested in 16 states, including Oregon, from 1998 to 2005, but has never been...|
|9/4/2016 - Florida may be known for its tropical climate and spicy Latin-American culture, but what it's not known for is the freedom to garden. The southeastern state continues to make headlines over the state government's contempt for front yard gardens.
Tom Carroll and Hermine Ricketts had been cultivating...|
|9/3/2016 - An 81-year-old good Samaritan from Martha's Vineyard has become one of the latest victims of the failed Nixon-Reagan drug war, after Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) goons, in conjunction with state police and National Guard soldiers, raided his home, assault weapons in hand, over four backyard cannabis...|
|8/24/2016 - A husband and wife from the Orlando, Florida, area were recently told by their City that they would have to uproot their beautifully manicured vegetable garden, cultivated on a piece of property owned by the couple for more than two decades.
The dutifully tended garden produces loads of nutritious...|
|8/4/2016 - A farmer has found 22 illegal plants of genetically modified wheat in an unplanted Washington field, sparking fears of another international trade fiasco like the one that occurred three years ago when similar wheat was found growing illegally in Oregon.
The wheat, which has been developed to be...|
|2/12/2016 - Most people go about their day without thinking twice about possible health effects that may be caused by the Wi-Fi radiation that surrounds them. The majority of us can shop, work and engage in hobbies with ease.
However, that's not the case for 63-year-old Mary Coales. She represents just one person...|
|1/20/2016 - Just when you think the world can't get any more bizarre, it does.
Case in point: the latest in "let's play Mother Nature" news, is that United States researchers now have their sights set on growing human organs ... inside farm animals. Oh, but it gets better. The point of all of this? It's to then...|
|1/13/2016 - As things get ever crazier in the world, there are more reasons than ever to grow at least some of your own food. In fact, I say you're crazy if you don't grow some of your own food!
Here are five huge reasons to back that up... or listen to my full podcast at HealthRangerReport.com.
|10/15/2015 - European nations are leading the world in rejecting genetically modified organisms in food and crops, with two more countries recently joining the list: Italy and Austria.
As reported by Nation of Change, Italian ministries have opted to utilize the newly created European Union rules that permit...|
|8/5/2015 - Pictures of alluring roses and daisies flourish on Facebook and Twitter. In May and June of 2015, however, a Japanese citizen posted pictures of daisies on Twitter that went viral for reasons other than their aesthetic appeal.
An amateur photographer who goes by the handle @san_kaido posted pictures...|
|6/6/2015 - When I was a youngster growing up in Southeast Texas, my family ate a lot of what is considered Southern cooking or "soul food." My father grew up on a Depression-era farm, and he liked to cook a lot of the same foods they grew back then -- foods that were the staples of Southern-style cooking. If you've...|
|4/11/2015 - The Food Rising Mini-Farm Grow Boxes are really rocking! As the pictures reveal below, I've been able to grow strawberries, peppers, tomatoes, lettuce, micro greens and much more using the Food Rising grow systems (now available at SupplySource.com) while exerting almost no effort at all.
|3/31/2015 2:27:02 PM - Slowly but surely, the patience of the American people in the face of constant abuse by an omnipresent central government is wearing thin, and they are showing their displeasure by pushing back.
AllGov.com reports that resistance is growing to invasive Border Patrol questions regarding citizenship...|
|1/26/2015 5:41:14 PM - More unapproved -- and in some cases, unidentifiable -- genetically modified (GM) plants are turning up in places where they shouldn't be. South Korea, which currently prohibits the cultivation of all GM crops anywhere in the country, is becoming beleaguered with wild GMO strains, according to new reports.
|1/3/2015 - Farmers, lured by declining commodity prices and pressures involving weed resistance to glyphosate (the main ingredient in Roundup), have recently expressed a strong interest in growing non-GMO soybeans and corn in early 2015.
Wayne Hoener, vice president of sales for Des Moines-based seed company...|
|12/15/2014 - As things get ever crazier in the world, there are more reasons than ever to grow at least some of your own food. In fact, I say you're crazy if you don't grow some food!
Here are five huge reasons why...
#1) With food prices skyrocketing, you'll save money by growing your own
Have you priced...|
|11/26/2014 - You may not think it a worthwhile endeavor to grow culinary herbs indoors, or outdoors for that matter. After all, a quick trip to most food stores will usually allow you to come back with the spices you need. But how fresh are they and have they been irradiated?
There are medicinal qualities to...|
|8/24/2014 - Statistics from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) show that 3 percent of adults and 6 percent of children have one or more food allergies. The rate of food allergies among children has been steadily rising over the past two decades as well.
Johns Hopkins Children's Center headed a federally...|
|7/27/2014 - A recent synchronicity of studies throughout northwest Europe involving researchers in Germany, Sweden and Denmark affirm that there's something healthy about growing up on a farm with livestock -- not just feeling good while on the farm but growing up with stronger disease-resisting immune systems...|
|7/11/2014 3:00:18 PM - The future of food production could end up doing away with the growing fields and even the sun. A Japanese plant physiologist has developed an indoor growing system that he says produces lettuce 250 percent faster than traditional farms, requires far less water and generates significantly less produce...|
|4/1/2014 - A Kansas City-area couple whose upscale home was illegally invaded by police in a SWAT-style raid back in 2012 is demanding justice, including access to the documents that allegedly justified the raid and $7 million in damages. Reports indicate that the Harte family of Leawood, Kansas, was literally...|
|2/13/2014 - Demand for genetically modified organisms (GMOs), or synthetically derived "food" owned by multinational corporations, is on the decline, suggests a new report by NPR. And many U.S. farmers are now voluntarily switching to non-GMO and organic crops to meet this growing demand for clean food, despite...|
|12/18/2013 - As the American economy continues to limp along in near-stagnancy, the few states that have repealed their nonsensical prohibition of cannabis are experiencing major economic boons. A new report released by the marijuana advocacy group Arcview Market Research reveals that the legal marijuana market...|
|9/18/2013 - The federal government's nonsensical "war on drugs" has obstructed yet another honest, sovereign American citizen from utilizing the many benefits of the natural marijuana plant for medicinal purposes, this time in South Carolina. As reported by TheState.com, 66-year-old Frank Dennis Peters from Bluffton...|
|7/22/2013 - As the so-called "season" of colds and flus makes this year's debut, yet another reason emerges to avoid antibiotics - or at least be more cautious and discriminating about when and how to use them. The United Kingdom now acknowledges that the excessive prescription and subsequent overuse of antibiotics...|
|7/17/2013 - In order to achieve true food independence, growing a variety of in-season fruits and vegetables throughout the year is essential, as is cultivating certain supplemental plants that provide a steady stream of nutrients for these and other crops in your garden as part of an ongoing cycle. And one of...|
|12/4/2012 - Difficult growing conditions have led agriculture industry experts to warn that consumers should expect shortages of winter veggies in the days leading up to Christmas, especially in the United Kingdom.
Crop production has been hampered by poor weather and devastating floods, officials say, which...|
|11/13/2012 - Election Day may not have turned out nationally as many people may have wished, but a number of local issues, from our perspective, did quite well, and one of them was a measure in San Juan County, Wash., to ban the growing of genetically modified crops.
According to local reports, Washington state...|
|11/8/2012 - Efforts by the biotechnology industry to begin planting genetically-modified (GM) canola, also known as rapeseed, in Oregon's prized Willamette Valley have been thwarted, at least temporarily, thanks to persistent opposition from farmers and farmer advocacy groups. The Oregonian reports that the Oregon...|
|9/19/2012 - Purple carrots, raspberry bushes and a bounty of schoolyard-grown vegetables are sprouting up around the nation. Edible schoolyards are teaching children about sustainability, nutrition and the fun of growing, cooking and eating their own food. As more of these gardens germinate from an idea to a full...|
|8/14/2012 - A former beautician and law student has baffled doctors with perhaps the most bizarre thing most of them have ever seen: Her body is growing fingernails from all of her hair follicles.
Shanyna Isom, 28, has consulted every specialist she can think of, including one in the Netherlands, but she still...|
|6/26/2012 - Different local authorities throughout the USA have been harassing homeowners for growing veggies or herbs in their front lawns. But in the small town of Todmorden, England, a grass-roots food movement has been started by one woman who grew veggies in her front yard and let neighbors pick them free.
|7/11/2011 - The anti-food tyrants are at it again, this time threatening a Michigan woman with fines and jail time for her "crime" of daring to plant tomatoes and peppers in her front yard. Your help is needed to take action and fire off an avalanche of complaints against the local bureaucrats in Michigan who are...|
|7/4/2011 - Instead of focusing on ending the horrendous factory farming practices that inhumanely confine cattle to tight living spaces, and subject them to an unnatural diet of genetically-modified (GM) corn and soybeans, scientists from Oxford University have decided instead to concentrate their efforts on culturing...|
|4/8/2011 - The city of Oakland, Calif., which is marked largely by blight and crime, has decided to go after a backyard gardener for growing and occasionally selling the fruits of her labor. According to a recent report in the San Francisco Chronicle (SFC), Oakland city officials are summoning Novella Carpenter...|
|1/11/2011 10:51:52 PM - Mission, British Columbia, resident Len Gratto recently experienced the wrath of local city officials who fined him $5,200 for growing cucumbers in his basement. Under current laws, municipal regulators are permitted to enter premises on suspicion that a homeowner is illegally growing marijuana -- and...|
|10/29/2010 - New research published in the journal Nature reveals that pancreatic cancer takes 20 years to grow to the point where it is diagnosed by conventional medical doctors. This was determined by sequencing the DNA of cancer tumor cells from deceased patients. Because cancer mutations occur in growing tumors...|
|9/23/2010 - St. John's Pleasant Valley Hospital's recent ban on midwifery has been met with impassioned community protests at its sister hospital, St. John's Regional Medical Center. In early March, protester signs exclaimed, "St. John's we want our midwives back," and "Our Babies, our Births, our Choice." Critics...|
|9/15/2010 - A movement of people calling themselves the "preppers" is becoming increasingly visible on the Internet as fears over food and energy insecurity and other forms of social instability feed a growing desire to prepare for the worst.
"No one can predict the future, but our economy sure isn't what it...|
|8/17/2010 - Premature development in young girls is becoming a problem in China, where growth hormones used in milk production have been found in certain baby formulas.Chinese Daily has reported that some Chinese baby girls are now developing breasts, and that the artificial growth hormones used in conventional...|
|4/6/2010 - For those who enjoy high-quality plant-based proteins for your smoothies or protein shakes, there are some remarkable new products you'll want to know about. In this article, I reveal three new organic sprouted brown rice protein products that represent the best of the best in the plant-based protein...|
|3/8/2010 - In a blog post on Nielsen.com1 earlier this month, Nielsen's Tom Pirovano says that U.S. retailers are expanding their store brands and the latest, fastest-growing branding health claim is to label products "GMO-free." This labeling, according to Nielsen's numbers, is up by 67% in 2009 with...|
|2/15/2010 - Innovative farmers from areas as diverse as Maine, New York and Tennessee, are proving that vegetables can be grown in all seasons. Utilizing plastic and PVC to make "tunnels," or hanging recycled plastic bottles in windows, these farmers respond to cravings for local produce year-round and teach others...|
|11/1/2008 - This interview is an excerpt from Kevin Gianni's Renegade Water Secrets, which can be found at (http://www.renegadewatersecrets.com) . In this excerpt, John Hartman shares on conventional solutions and studies that support sea water solutions.
Renegade Water Secrets with John Hartman, CEO of OceanGrown...|
|6/25/2008 - This interview is an excerpt from Kevin Gianni's The Healthiest Year of Your Life, which can be found at (http://thehealthiestyearofyourlife.com) . In this excerpt, Byron Katie shares a clip of a very powerful session from The Work.
The Healthiest Year of Your Life with Byron Katie, founder of The...|
|10/10/2006 - A lack of psychiatry specialists in many remote areas in certain regions of the country is making treatment over video conferencing more and more common.
In a case that speaks to this growing trend in telemedicine, Anthony Presciano said he might not be receiving treatment for his post-traumatic...|
|9/25/2006 - University of South Australia researchers have discovered that young children experiencing growing pains had significantly greater body weight than children for whom no pain was reported.
While little has been known about the profile of children...|
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|5/22/2005 - In this article, we'll take a closer look at some of the more interesting products and issues we're uncovering these days. There’s a product that I highly recommend for those that want a nutritious food bar made with real food, and not a bunch of processed or manufactured ingredients. It's called LaraBar,...|
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