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Philippine Department of Agriculture

Touch the Soil News #1693 (Feature Photo – Philippines a nation of islands – CCA SA 3.0 Unported) Perhaps no nation in the world is so focused on developing urban agriculture than the nation of the Philippines. From military personnel and police officers planting urban gardens to Philippine Department of agriculture, millions of people are…

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Who Is Buying U.S. Farms?

Touch the Soil News #1692 (Feature Photo – A U.S. farm planted into corn – Public Domain) Farmlandgrab.org brings us more insights on who is buying American farms. A large player is Homestead Capital. Homestead Capital invests other people’s money into buying and owning farmland. New on the block is the State Universities Retirement System…

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Denmark – Electric Car Leader?

Positive Future #815 (Feature photo Tesla Model Y – CCA SA 4.0 International) CleanTechnica journalist Jesper Berggreen brings us the story of how Denmark is steadily increasing the number of electrified cars on the road. For the first time, electrified cars had more sales than cars with diesel engines. You can read the story here: …

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InFarm – Foreign Food Growing Tech in U.S. Grocery Stores

Positive Future #814 (Feature photo – Lettuce Greens – CCA SA 4.) International – Daniel Penfield) Crunchbase News journalist Marlize Van Romburgh brings us the story of Infarm. Infarm – based in Berlin, Germany – is becoming a leader in developing and putting vertical food growing appliances in grocery stores. The salad greens are grown…

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Water and the Nile River – Flashpoint for the World

Touch the Soil News #1690 (Feature Photo – Nile River – Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=132837) Water is essential and overallocation of water resources is not just a problem for the 11 nations along the Nile river. Overallocation of water is at the heart of tensions for over half the United States from the Ogallala aquifer to…

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