My first experience with Gene was 40 years ago reading Homesteading: How to Find New Independence on the Land. I still have that book, although it’s pretty dog eared, from reading it over and over. It was a primary inspiration for our own move offgrid over 10 years ago. Gene lost his battle with cancer today, and will be missed.
In co-operation with http://www.hometownseeds.com, I’ve built a new gardening poll to find out folks interest and experience levels. We are giving away free packs of seeds and a package of gardening tips for those who complete the poll. It’s in beta, and I need testers to help me work out the bugs. Please try it out at http://www.green-trust.org/poll/
Vegetable gardening is becoming a hot topic due to rising food prices and concerns over food quality yet new-comers experience more problems and frustrations than results. We would like to share a solution that we personally approve of.
I’d like you to watch the following video about Food4Wealth which has been developed to help anyone, anywhere, setup, grow and produce fresh organic food in their backyard with the least amount of effort and the highest yields. Food4Wealth is an initiative to take vegetable gardening to the masses, and given the world situation, the demand for such assistance is growing.
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In our travels, we have come across some amazing resources for learning about biofuels. I will list our favorites below for a few of the major types of biofuels we have experience in:
Ethanol – Alcohol Can Be A Gas
BioMethane – The Complete Biogas Handbook
WVO – Sliding Home
Biodiesel – Biodiesel Homebrew Guide
Wood – A Guide to Residential Wood Heating (free)
These are not the only good resources out there, just some of our favorites. Please discuss these and your favorites below in the comments section.