Below is a link to a wide-ranging interview with Michael Pollan, who shares some ideas and approaches to healthier foods that may be new to many of us.
Pollan will keynote the capstone event of Georgia Organics 12th Annual Conference and Trade Show, one of the South’s largest sustainable agriculture educational experiences, March 20 - 21, at Agnes Scott College near downtown Decatur, Ga. http://www.georgiaorganics.org/conference/index.php?PHPSESSID=a53bda53cbc9492219f69fbd797d7ca4
Might it not be a good thing
To find bright interns,
Of impeccable integrity,
To create coherent structures
To contain all the information
We will need to keep these project
Moving right along.
There are foundations, governmental agencies,
Private investors, domestic and foreign,
Interested in our documenting very, very carefully,
The labor and material costs of these experiments.
Want to learn to wiki around these visions?
The project is the school.
A school of life long learning!
A school where we hope you earn while you learn!
The deep economic challenges looming inspire adaptations
That save money and serve nature’s needs.
I would like to be among the “e-mail organizers” and/or peddlers
Of a group of smart designers/workers/investors aiming to do the right thing
And make good enough money developing
Fixing our eyes on a worthy prize:
the greenest possible transformation of old habitats.
The marriage of
Green Habitat Transformations Training Programs
Help People Develop Their Own Green Habitat Transformations
Looking for brainstorm partners around these concepts.
The Project Is the School!
-stewarding nature and technology
-architectural art and landscape design
-raised bed gardens
-composting and vermiculture systems
-programs for design, maintenance, marketing, bookkeeping
-internet marketing, web presentation, broadcasting