By producing food locally, we don’t pay for transporting mass-produced goods from faraway and invigorate our local economy. Our guest shares how it’s being done.
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Charles Ostman encourages listeners to grow food locally using hydroponics and vertical farming – modern versions of the Victory Gardens popular during WWII.
Jasmine is a Cherokee Medicine Woman who explains who the Mound People were, what is the Circle of Law, and how aquaponic systems can feed the world.
Based in Santa Barbara, CA, Larry Saltzman confers with host Melinda Pillsbury-Foster about the diverse movements converging to produce food at the local level.
Jasmine is a Cherokee Medicine Woman and RMNews Agent whose heritage and upbringing bestowed upon her with knowledge about health matters and historical events, including a war that occurred over 10,000 years ago between the peoples of North and South America.