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: email@example.com 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.
My daughter is a freshman at Carmel High School and brought home the school publication called the Hilite. On the cover of the February 20, 2015 issue was the phrase “Green vs. gasoline.” I was curious and read the article. I was surprised and saddened to learn that there [...]
When I get a to go cup from a restaurant and it is styrofoam I see it has the recycle logo on the bottom with a number like a 4 or 6. I always thought these weren’t recyclable. Are they now or am I just being misled?