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    Nutrition Deniers
    7 October, 2018    Gary Kline

    I wasn’t always aware that nutrition is the primary objective of eating. I had to learn that by piecing together the evidence that allowed me to reach that conclusion. Oh sure, I and those around me as I grew up were vaguely aware that nutrition is important. But if you …


    Synthetic Grass Can Be Eco-Friendly
    18 September, 2018    Jackie Edwards

    The artificial grass market is growing and is now worth $2 billion, despite rising concern for the environment. You may be surprised to learn that installing the fake greenery can actually lower your carbon footprint. It stays perfect with no maintenance required, making it the ideal choice for the proud …


    Check Out These Great Ways to Get Kids to Love Their Veggies
    18 September, 2018    Gus Stewart

    It’s an eternal struggle that gets played out at dinner tables everywhere. On the plate, along with some macaroni and cheese and a couple pieces of fried chicken, sit five lonely broccoli florets, steamed to a bright green and lightly seasoned with salt, pepper, and maybe a little lemon juice. …


    Blessing Or Curse: Are Waste Disposal Units Threatening Planet Earth?
    25 August, 2018    Jackie Edwards

    Australians throw away approximately 3.1 million tonnes of edible food per year. Not disposing of food waste properly poses an enormous threat to our environment. Life on earth depends on the soil as a source for food. It is one of the most important natural resources on earth. Are we …


    Gardening Helps Your Mind And Body
    1 June, 2018    Gus Stewart

    If you’re like most Americans, you probably spend too much time inside. That’s a problem because humans need to get outside. It’s where our species evolved. In fact, spending too much time indoors can be bad for your mental health. Thankfully, there is a simple way you can get the …


    Mother’s Day Ideas for Vegetarian and Vegan Families
    22 April, 2018    Gus Stewart

    With Mother’s Day coming up, many children and spouses are wondering what they can do to make the day special for the mother in their family. A present and some flowers may not be enough, so why not dedicate the day to spending time with mom doing something that matters …


    Welcome to the Soil and Health Library Blog
    15 June, 2016    Alice Reinheimer

    The Soil and Health Library Association has started this blog to expand upon their vision for this library: to make available works which empower people to grow their own food, be healthy and think for themselves. Self-empowerment is true freedom.