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Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Marjory Wildcraft's Advice

7 Surprising Facts About Renewable Energy
The global transition to clean, renewable energy and away from nuclear and fossils is well under way, with remarkable developments happening every day. The Great Transition is a new book by Lester Brown, Janet Larsen, Matt Roney, and Emily Adams that lays out a tremendous range of these developments – here are seven that may surprise you.
1. Solar is now so cheap that global adoption appears unstoppable. Read the other six facts here:

How to Start Seedlings in Re-purposed Plastic Bottles
Donna sent in this quick tip for using water, soda, or other plastic bottles. There are only five simple steps and the photos are great.

A Healthy Home Grown Alternative to Coffee
Aljoma sent this entry in to the writing contest. I wonder what this really tastes like, I'll have to try it. The article starts out "It is Spring in Canada, and the first flowers my grandchildren bring home are the lowly Dandelion! Of course, we have long since learned to make a beautiful yellow jelly with the flowers, or to add the young greens to a smoothie or a salad. But those long roots have to come out, too. What to do with them?
My mother grew up during World War II in Europe, and from her I learned to make coffee with the dandelion roots. Here are the directions..." Read the rest here:

Have you got a quick tip, an article, or a full blown instruction set on something related to producing, preparing, or preserving your own food or medicine? Why not write it up and send it in to our writing contest? Click here to enter:  http://growyourowngroceries.org/contest/rules-and-prizes/

Kimmer and Betsy, your articles are coming up next on Friday!

Talk then,


PS: Apparently Laura got all bent out of shape with the worm composting video I sent out last week (the one where the guy made such great fertilizer he traded 5 gallons of it for an iPhone).  There is one minor incorrect part of his video, but I just don't get why Laura was so upset. Do you?

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