IN THIS ISSUE: MARCH 2021
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Renee Ellis, MA LPC RMT
Gone is the robust tangle of life and chaos that is self-sustaining. The interplay of fungus, bacteria, insects, animals, worms are what naturally aerates, fortifies, and nourishes the earth. It becomes loamy and fertile. This enables it to hold water and nutrients necessary for life. This is the foundation for ALL life. All of these things coexist to produce a synergy – a result greater than the sum of its parts.
When they have reintroduced beaver to some areas, they have also rehabilitated the land. When the build their homes, they dig deeper channels in their ponds to keep cool, avoid predators, and have a deeper spot to hide. These deeper ponds become valuable water sources during drought allowing deeper-rooted trees and shrubs to anchor the soil. This leads to more abundant wildlife, rodents, coyote, hawk and deer – and a cooler Earth.
Michael Pollan and his books have been talking about this for years. You don’t farm the food, you farm the soil! https://michaelpollan.com/books/
Ronnie Cummings of The Organic Consumer Association has been focused on these issues for years and deserve more support. https://www.organicconsumers.org/
The Institute for Responsible Technology has been leading the charge to roll back GMOs in our food supply – rightfully so! https://www.responsibletechnology.org/
Support them and support LOCAL food, farmers markets and regenerative ranchers and farmers.
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