There is a great need to develop more sustainable communityfarming/ gardening practices within urban areas to feed the most needy. In this group we are looking for land preservation strategies for community farms.See More
This is a Public group showcasing the opportunities in Aquaculture, Aquaponics, and Hydroponics in Indiana. Please feel free to email: firstname.lastname@example.org if you or your project would like to be included on the below website map. You do not have to be a member of the Aquaponics Association to be listed.See More
"Thanks Eric! I appreciate the warm welcome and your support. I have another RSS feed from my Examiner page, but I think will go with this one for now. I will get some original content on here from time to time, some of which will reference more…"
I am in the business of health, whole food, and sustainable agriculture. I have been an IT consultant for the past 21 years and still do some projects and support. I also love to write and play music.
Currently I am working with several farmers and local food producers, doing production work and some marketing. I am also writing and creating sustainable agriculture content, both at my own blog site and as the Indianapolis Sustainable Foods Examiner on Examiner.com I regularly attend organic farming and sustainable agriculture conferences and network with a wide variety of people in these types of communities.
Thanks for joining chris...nice posts on your site. YOu can just copy and paste http://farmfoodandhealth.com/feed/rss/ into the rss section of your profile and all your content will feed into your profile here. I will feature you if you do that, just let me know. Welcome aboard.
In September 2014, two paper companies and a concerned citizen filed a lawsuit in Marion Superior Court, asking the judge to stop the City of Indianapolis’ “recycling” contract with Covanta. We expect to hear from the judge within in the next week or [...]
For many years as a family we have gone to Michigan to camp. During many of the visits we noticed that many Michigan grocery stores have recycling machines that accept cans/bottles. When a can is deposited it is crushed and a receipt is printed for cash reimbursement. The store [...]