The Wisdom Of Saving Vegetable Seeds

By Jannie Vaught I would like to recommend a book for those of you who seriously save seeds, beginners or those of us who have saved for generations. Many rules have changed from my Grandparents day. They just grew with experienced know how this wisdom passed along from gardener to gardener often in one family and they simply saved seeds, but we are much more … Continue reading The Wisdom Of Saving Vegetable Seeds

Seed Saving Is A Practice As Old As Humankind

By Jannie Vaugh George Washington supposedly thought it was “disreputable” for farmers to buy seeds every year. If you want to save seeds from one year to the next, you need to grow open-pollinated varieties (not hybrids) and know if a plant is self-pollinated or wind or insect-pollinated. If it is self-pollinating, seeds are easy to save, and the plants next year will look like … Continue reading Seed Saving Is A Practice As Old As Humankind

Social Media – Digging Up Diabolical Dirt

By Stephan Pisko You know that social media is making some major direct hits on changing mass psychological mind perception when it has been thrashing – bashing – trashing – the human society by mind hacking. Trust me if social media wasn’t doing such a great job hiding the info we are trying to ‘dig up the diabolical dirt’ do you think for a second … Continue reading Social Media – Digging Up Diabolical Dirt

Beyond Our Garden

By Jannie Vaught There are many people working together to bring biological diversity and food production together to bring food to our table and growing native forests and plants together for a truly sustainable healthy practice. For example here in our Texas farm ranching the use of planting Daikon radishes as a cover crops between seasonal crops using “No-Till” practices by simply using a seed … Continue reading Beyond Our Garden

Pharma Pills – Natural Hemp Help

By Stephan Pisko Human beings’ are “drug conditioned’ within this current time and space environment they see pills in their dreams not sheep thanks to the big pharma controlling conditioners. When something naturally helpful comes along like hemp human beings’ go into their ‘drug conditioned mode’ then their beyond any help So sad humans are “filled with fear” their own so it’s very easy for … Continue reading Pharma Pills – Natural Hemp Help

Living With Your Own Mind Only – Body Language

By Stephan Pisko You’re mind which is the ‘unseeing space’ section of the brain when thoughts arise they are possibly stored within this compartment for a short while seconds (or) countless years depending upon certain mental relationships that are conjured up by the chemicals – neurons electrical impulses of the brain mechanism itself. You cannot ‘find mind’ but it is there never the less without … Continue reading Living With Your Own Mind Only – Body Language

No Time to Clean? Listen to Pauline Irene Stacey!

By Vernon Nickerson The best thing about “No Time to Clean? Listen to Irene!” it got me thinking of the people in my world who could benefit from Ms. Stacey’s compact and  accessible coaching and direction.  Practically, everything the novice, veteran or expert needs to know about cleaning a living space lies within the pages of “No Time to Clean? Listen to Irene!”   The timing … Continue reading No Time to Clean? Listen to Pauline Irene Stacey!

The Need to Grow A Life Transforming Film

By Vernon Nickerson Sometimes the best independent films are life-transforming. Other times watching and listening to an exceptionally well-told story makes the heart sing. From the collaborative team of Rob Herring (Writer-Director) and Ryan Wirick (Director), The Need to Grow is that film. The subtitle, “Save the SOIL, Save the WORLD,” summarizes an intimate journey of a mother and Girl Scout Troup leader (Ms. Monica … Continue reading The Need to Grow A Life Transforming Film

Stacking Functions In The Permaculture Garden Homestead

By Jannie Vaught What is the definition of permaculture? Originally the word “Permaculture” was the combination of two words “permanent and “agriculture”. Two Australian men named Bill Mollison and David Holmgren coined the term in the 1970’s. It is an agriculture philosophy that allows us to use the resources that we have around us to the fullest potential. The principles of permaculture are. Observe and … Continue reading Stacking Functions In The Permaculture Garden Homestead

Popular Weather Subject

By Stephan Pisko, The weather has always been a very “surviving connected subject” but in recent years’ this has escalated dramatically because of “guilty climate fluctuational environment changeovers” worldwide the human being feels extremely responsible for what has and is taking place on the globe. The subject of weather (is/has) become one of the world’s most discussed areas’ in recent human memory it is very … Continue reading Popular Weather Subject

We Are Moving Into That Summer Season Of Gulf Storms And Intense Heat

By Jannie Vaught A real roller coaster ride for those who garden. One day you’re in a cloudy sky with tolerable humidity and garden tending is moving along. Then it so hot you’re out very early with the soaker hoses going and hand watering the fruit trees so they can finish their fruit cycle. I am not a climatologist, just a very dedicated weather observer. … Continue reading We Are Moving Into That Summer Season Of Gulf Storms And Intense Heat

Delta Variant Surges in Colorado as the Bands Play On

By Rae Ellen Bichell GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — Dr. Rachel LaCount grasped a metal hoop at a playground and spun in circles with her 7-year-old son, turning the distant mesas of the Colorado National Monument into a red-tinged blur. LaCount has lived in this western Colorado city of 64,000 nearly her whole life. As a hospital pathologist, she knows better than most that her hometown … Continue reading Delta Variant Surges in Colorado as the Bands Play On

Summer Has Arrived With All The Fun Of This Season

By Jannie Vaugh Time for vacation, family meals and gatherings and of course the gardens are in full production. Tomatoes, Peppers and basil to name a few. The corn is tasseled and the pollen is falling on the silk it won’t be long for corn harvest. During this heat-soaked busy time it is where you will see the impact of watering and intense sun. Consistent … Continue reading Summer Has Arrived With All The Fun Of This Season

Does A Normal Exist

By Stephan Pisko What identity thought was normal wasn’t so how can identity go back to something that never existed in the first place? Conforming with an accepted standard within an average intelligence in the usual state? Sounds very organized and setup doesn’t it? Well that is identity’s normality but when this “segregated state” is locked in a dynamic durational flow conscious mentality cannot perceive … Continue reading Does A Normal Exist