Going back to work today
I have been a chiropractor for 40 years and this past 6 weeks is the longest I have gone without treating patients since 1980. TGN forums and academy classes have been an incredible blessing to me during this time. I hve learned so much in the classes and the forum. Thank you. I won't be as active with going back to my…
Your Community Initiatives
Was wondering if many people are using this time to set up grass roots community groups in anticipation of future developments? We still find it difficult here in France to source organic food at reasonable prices, so a couple of years ago, a friend and I set up a bulk buying group. We buy organic food/other stuff members…
Rural intruders--is anyone seeing this?
My husband is part of a forum of hunters. He saw a post from a guy in rural North Carolina. My husband went hunting with the guy and because of that, knows that he lives in a very rural area. The guy was saying that in the past week he has had two separate incidents of men coming onto his property. He found one in his…
Apr.10, noon CST: Ready to "Do Lunch?" online today?
I am planning to attend. Are you?
Wow, I may have just made a difference... I hope you all will do the same
Although the demise of the family farm in America (and probably elsewhere) does have a lot to do with economics, trade and commodities, the biggest force against the family farm was an educational system (and societal attitude) that opposed agriculture as a profession. to my knowledge, all of America's oldest universities…
My first earthquake! Now I'm feeling weird.
Around 6 pm (Mountain Time), we had a pretty good shake here in Adams County, Idaho. According to the news, it was a 6.5, and centered roughly 80 miles from Council, over near Challis. I didn't catch on at first, and thought the washer was way off balance in the spin cycle. Then a few things fell off the shelves, and a…