When the sun first carried the Earth into her orbit, she cast an accumulation of neutrons and dust into a perfect cosmic storm. A Blue Planet where life flourished.
Now we threaten that perfection.
We’re knee-deep in a series of calamities, many the result of human transgressions.
Emerging from isolation, we have changed, so has the world. The price of rice and beans rise along with methane, carbon, and temperature levels.
IPCC’s latest report on Climate Change brandished its starkest warning yet. Our world is getting hotter and sicker much faster than previously thought. The extent and magnitude of these impacts will be felt by all of us.
Impacts on food, water and agriculture will stoke our already anxious fears of war and sociopolitical unrest. Making us all a bit whacky.
Fear is the midwife of complacency. So lets think about reaping a different harvest ,
We thought we could own nature, plant a garden with two cats in the yard.
Once we believed in eternal improvement and growth. My parents thought, “Improving the aesthetics of the home and adding value to the property is really important, and this is something you can achieve by using these tips to help make your garden better.”
Roses, morning glories, and orange lilies grew wild in the country. (Before 24D and such). They wanted to bring this wildness and beauty into our home and garden.
This applies to us today as we emerge transformed – tenacious.
Physically So: Try to focus on some of the best ways of being able to achieve this, and look at some of the most colourful plants and flowers that can be used to help improve and enhance your garden right now.
If you’ve got a green thumb, this is something that you should revel in, as it means you can do all sorts in your garden to make sure it looks great as much as possible.
Brew Organic Soil wherever you plant your self
We can feed ourselves by growing our food. There are a lot of ideas that will help you work on this, and you need to consider things like bulk biochar that can really help to enrich and improve your soil, and help you to make things better when you are growing your produce.
There’s an organic fertilizer I use simply because it makes my plants go wild with flourish. Today I’m fascinated by how it’s made and its potential for my garden and implications for the planet.
AgroThrive’s process takes industrial food waste organic bio-fertilizer teaming with microbes, like hammers and thongs. They repurpose things that would normally go in landfills and create methane gas.
Methane reduction is a crucial opportunity to fight climate change at this precipice.
Reducing methane emissions today will have immediate effects that reductions in carbon dioxide can’t provide on their own.
AgroThrive’s fertilizers provide a gardener’s tool to make a difference for the planet and feed us all in one elegant loop.
Cultivate your psychological and spiritual ground.
The amount of change approaching us non-stop is bewildering and relentless. It requires a new mindset, skillset, and a reset.
We may believe our ability to make a little difference is limited. Must we be a superhero to achieve anything meaningful?
What if you could change the world by re-conceiving what you do and how you do it?
I have previously mentioned Carol Sanford and her book, THE REGENERATIVE LIFE.
Her work encourages you to see your roles differently: strip away all preconceptions of how things should be done, understand what your role is at its core.
Build yourself back up to become something new, something so grounded, inspiring, and resilient, it can change the world! Talk about cultivating gardens!
Changing how we think about the roles we play can enable us to do more than we ever believed possible.
Important cultivation- if we are to survive the changes ahead.
Organic soils regenerate, feed us and sequester Greenhouse Gases, Regenerative Living provides potential for personal and societal transformation.
Radical change requires intention. Plant it now.
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