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How an inner-city kid is becoming a farmer

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Written by Adam Mohammed

 
There exists in Canada, and about 90 or so other countries, chapters of improvement with an organization called WWOOF, which stands for either ‘Willing Workers On Organic Farms’ or ‘World-Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms’ depending where you are. In each place, it is a networking organization of sorts:  WWOOF-Canada is a database of 4-500 rural households who take in interns/apprentices on a transient basis. On par, wwoof-hosts ask for a 30-40 hour-work-week in exchange for meals, housing, the opportunity to learn ecological gardening and farming techniques hands-on, and the value of being out in the countryside or small towns with tonnes of fresh air. 

 

No Freeze Water Hose

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Written by Garnet McPherson

 

Watch for our upcoming article about a water hose developed by inventor Roger Welsh that will not freeze in the dead of winter, requires no electricity or other energy costs and does not need to be buried. Impossible you say?  That is what we thought until we tested this amazing hose system.

   

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