Another year of blogging, more growth and 12 years to save our world http://notmadeinchinachallenge.com/2019/02/15/another-year-of-blogging-more-growth-and-12-years-to-save-our-world/ — Read on notmadeinchinachallenge.com/2019/02/15/another-year-of-blogging-more-growth-and-12-years-to-save-our-world/
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Eight months ago, we set out on an adventure in “Valhalla Falcon” to follow our dreams and live a life of purpose. My expectations were no match for the realities of life on the road. Expensive and time consuming vehicle repairs, border crossings, rainy weather conditions leading to mold growth, poor communication, and disorganization continue […] … Continue reading How has WWOOF impacted my life?
January 13, 2015 @ 12:40 pm By Samantha Hurst Eco and sustainability visionaries are joining forces in groves with Sustainability Partnerships, a growing eco cooperative comprised of sustainability projects and visionaries; a non-profit, and a Pay It Forward company located in Los Angeles, California. The cooperative is donating 1 Million equity shares to support new … Continue reading Eco Visionaries Unite With Sustainability Partnerships to Yield Support, Funding, & Fruitation For Various Projects
From China News: Cui Min, a 62-year-old farmer in the village of Lianhua, Yonghe, in Bin county, Heilongjiang province, recently finished harvesting his corn in much the same way he has for the past 40 years. This year, however, after the harvest, he left the cut stalks standing in the fields instead of burning them. … Continue reading Farmers rewarded for not burning crop stalks
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