Narrated and featuring Woody Harrelson, Kiss the Ground is an inspiring and groundbreaking film that reveals the first viable solution to our climate crisis.
Biomineral Fertilizers For Remineralizing Soils Damaged by Agricultural Practices
Conventional agriculture treats soil as a lifeless medium for plants to spread their roots through and collect added nutrients. The plant then must collect these nutrients themselves from the soil. This form of farming is fundamentally flawed, and removes a complex...
Food Production for Our Modern World
Why do the great forests of the world grow? The question may seem irrelevant to food production on today’s farms but the fact is that the answer to food production for the foreseeable future of Planet Earth is given to us by the continuous growth of our global...
How Microbes Can Help Feed the World
Microbes and plants are intimate partners in virtually every life process. Microbes support plant health by increasing the availability of nutrients, enhancing plant root growth, neutralizing toxic compounds in the soil, making plants more resistant to disease, heat,...
New Evidence Confirms the Nutritional Superiority of Plant-Based Organic Foods
This link is to a scientific study comparing organic versus non-organic foods and their nutritional value. The rather eye-opening account compares multiple studies done since 1980 and combines their results to see if organic food is more nutritious. The answer, of...
What Organic Nutrient Sources Can We Use?
This document contains part of the answer to the question, "how do we get organic nutrients into our soil?" This explores the bacterial and fungal relationships with organic matter, and how that builds the necessary nutrients over time. While it focuses heavily on...
Possible Breakthroughs, Rockdust and Bio-Fertilizers
This document is an in depth review of rock dust and the effects it has on various crop types. It also illustrates the impact of rock dust use on various others factors such as water, energy, productivity, and climate change. Additionally it provides a simple overview...
Organic: A Bright Spot for Farms, Food and the Future
Organics is one of the fastest growing segments of American agriculture and consumer demand for organic products continue to rise.
Degraded Soils and Food Shortages
This document explores the overuse of chemical fertilizers and man-made soil erosion. It explains how this has depleted soils and destroyed farmable land all over the world. The recommendation is to return to organic farming practices, and it explains how these practices can feed the world going forward. This document also includes an exploration of how beneficial bacteria interact with soil and plants creating healthier crops and higher yields.
Eighty-Year Decline in Mineral Content of One Medium Apple
The following document illustrates the decline of certain essential nutrients over many decades.