Tag Archives: #worldorganicnews

Agri-Terrorism? Feds Shut Down Seed Library in Pennsylvania

Wow!!! Resistance is fertile!!!

6 August 2014

Gardening

Trimming and storing garlic. Click here

A garden focusing on medicinal herbs. Click here

Building a herb spiral. Click here

The ecological advantages of being lazy and untidy! Click here

Farming

Organic farming continues to grow in Fiji. Click here

A Thai example of organic vegetables and coffee. Click here

Sunshine Coast, Queensland, a farming area in flux. A photo essay. Click here

New advances in biofuel, an answer for America’s farms? Click here

Using agonet has many advantages over greenhouses, from Kenya. Click here

5 August 2014

Gardening

The importance of starting a garden. Click here

A high altitude, arid region vegetable garden returns much. Click here

A co-operative venture between a college and Women’s groups teach “garden to plate” skills. Click here

Farming

Farmers reap the benefits of “pee-cycling”. Click here

Neil Young urges fans to support non-organic cotton. Click here

Water management key to fish sustainability. Organic farming helps too. Click here

Taking the pledge to never eat factory farmed pig meat. Click here

Learning more about GMOs and locally adapted seeds. Click here

The 3 big myths about factory chicken farming. Click here

Green garments! 6,000 farmers moving to organic fibre production. Click here

 

4 August 2014

Gardening

Organic slug control. Click here

Bees

Finding cause for honeybee decline has much at stake. Click here

What’s killing the honeybees? An editorial piece. Click here

Honey production in Boho Paris. Click here

A 500 mile walk to highlight the plight of bees. Click here

One German man’s passion for honey bees. Click here

Farming

Alley cropping as a way to sustainability. Click here

An FAO handbook on how to start Alley Farming. Click here

Agroforestry approach to alley cropping. Click here