Mar 6, 2023Liked by Diane Perlman, PhD

The do-it-yourself series is detailed in these 3 blog posts. Bon Apetit!

Deciding Where To Grow Vegetables: https://drjohnsblog.substack.com/p/deciding-where-to-grow-vegetables

Preparing Your Kitchen Garden: https://drjohnsblog.substack.com/p/preparing-your-kitchen-garden

Growing Food: https://drjohnsblog.substack.com/p/growing-food

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How wonderful to know of all these nice and well meaning people that could be studie on the participants list. I saved it just for morale.....

I also fear they might put some of those injections left over, into some food, rice or something. We have to watch out for that, for us and the animals. As Malone says, they will do anything.....Anita in Stockholm

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Oh gosh. Toxic food and the Glyphosate issue. I studied that for about 2 years and found studies about it. There were studies showing glyphosate in some European food systems, and now there's a study showing it's in the US food system as well.

Here's the blog showing articles with the Glyphosate tag. https://chuckrblog.blogspot.com/search/label/Glyphosate

I wish Substack had tags. I'm having trouble finding my own articles for people, I have so many now.

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I LOVE this post! Great perspectives on the summit and presenters, and the SONG is great!

I think that our movement, or perhaps it's the arising of the people to stand up to the rentiers, could use some good music. A great anthem and then the Food Glorious Food reworded too.

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Diane - Thhank you for this brief yet informative summary. I think it all points to the urgent need to solve the Land Problem - Who Owns the Earth? What does it mean to even "own" the earth? How do we fairly share the earth so that everyone can have their basic needs met, as everything material comes from the earth, food, shelter, clothing, medicine. We are made of the earth elements. From a consciousness of oneness, of the knowing that all life is connected, that we are one human family, flows the morals and ethics of earth sharing.

One eloquent way to share the earth is to simply charge a fair commons rent, thus those having more and better land will pay higher fees into a common fund that will be used to pay for social goods and/or be distributed as citizen dividends. Time to remove taxes from labor and production and share the commons rent. Please sign up for our newsletter and join us at www.theIU.org - the International Union for Land Value Taxation.

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