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Groasis Waterboxx Lets Trees Grow Up in Unfriendly Places
Groasis Waterboxx Lets Trees Grow Up in
It’s not often that you hear about an invention that was modeled after bird poop,
but there’s a first time for everything. In fact, this fecally-inspired device could
ultimately be responsible for reforesting billion of acres of parched land, and it just
won Popular Science’s Best Invention 2010 award. It’s called the Groasis
Waterboxx, and it’s a low-tech product that helps seeds or saplings grow into
strong trees in eroded, arid and rocky environments.
When a bird poops out a seed, the accompanying excrement forms a cap over the
seed, which prevents water in the soil from evaporating. That, essentially, is how
the Waterboxx works. The device has a tubular opening in the middle, through
which one or two saplings or seeds can be planted or sown directly into the soil.
Users then add 15 liters (4 gallons) of water to the box’s internal reservoir, as well
as three liters (one gallon) down the tube.
The outside top surface of the box is designed to collect rainwater and deliver it to the
reservoir, while the inside is designed to collect condensation from the air at night. The
box itself shields the ground from the evaporative effects of the sun and wind, protects
the sapling from wildlife, and maintains a fairly even soil temperature. A small wick in its
underside releases about 50ml of water from the reservoir into the soil every day. At
night, the water-filled reservoir helps to insulate the seed/sapling, while it also helps to
cool it during the day.
The water that the box disperses seeps down into the soil, creating a capillary water
column that the sapling’s roots will follow as it grows. Once the roots reach the natural
water table, the sapling will experience a growth spurt, which is an indication that the
box can be removed.
All of this sounds good in theory, but does it actually work? Well, the Waterboxx was
tested for a period of three years in the Sahara Desert, by the Mohammed I University of
Oujda in Morocco. During that time, some trees were grown with the box, while some
were grown without, but still watered regularly. In the end, 88 percent of the boxed trees
grew up to be strong, while 11 percent were considered weak. With the unboxed trees,
however, only 10.5 percent turned out strong, while 89.5 percent died.
The Waterboxx is the creation of Pieter Hoff, a Dutch inventor who believes that planting trees
can undo mankind’s damage to the planet. “The Tree solution is simple,” he said. “If we unbind
more CO2 atoms from the air with trees than we put in the air through fossil fuels, then the
climate problem is solved. Mankind produces annually 8,4 billion tons of CO2 through using
fossil fuels. One acre of trees unbinds an average two tons of CO2 molecules in harmless C and
O atoms. The C atoms are fixed in wood and the O atoms are put in the air. So if we plant 5
billion extra acres of trees producing food, then these trees unbind 10 billion extra tons of CO2.
That's more than we pollute.”
The Groasis Waterboxx
The essence of the Groasis technology lies in the Groasis Waterboxx. This instrument
collects condensation and the rare rainwater in a smart way and distributes it to the young
tree roots in minimal, exactly right quantities.
Condensation and rain is collected in the Groasis Waterboxx. With proper design and
storage, we prevent the evaporation of this water. The exactly correct slope, and the low
adhesion of the water to the Waterboxx cover, guarantee that the water enters the reservoir.
Then, the Groasis Waterboxx, by means of a wick, distributes exactly the right daily
requirement of water to the roots of the young tree. In this way, a heavy rain shower of ten
minutes once a year, can be apportioned to the plant over the next 300+ days - or until the
next rain shower. This capturing and apportioning of water gives the young plant enough
time to search for natural capillary water deep in even desert soil.
How Can Roots Penetrate Hard Soil
The young tree is placed in the middle of the Groasis Waterboxx which is placed almost on
top of - just below - the hard soil. The small daily quantity of water apportioned to the tree,
moisturizes the soil under the reservoir without danger of evaporation. This water restores
the natural capillarity of the soil. In these 'vertical water canals', the roots find their way
without any problem - even through stones and rocks. Trees have been doing this for
millions of years. This phenomenon of restored capillarity is also found when you turn
over a tile, even if it has been lying in the sun for quite some time. Under it you will find
What about Condensation
Early in the morning on a sultry summer day, cars are covered with a generous layer of
condensation. If that water could be drained off to a reservoir from which it can no longer
evaporate, and if that process of condensation and draining could be repeated a several
times, then we could quickly collect a huge quantity of water. There are deserts with a
relative atmospheric humidity of 65%, which condenses during the nocturnal drop in
temperature. The problem is that this condensation immediately evaporates when the sun
comes up. With the Groasis Waterboxx, this no longer is the case; it collects and stores the
condensation at once.
What about Rain
In most of the deserts there is more rain than we imagine; in many areas, there is between
150 to 250 mm per year. That is 150 to 250 liter per m2! In some dry areas, like Eritrea,
the average rainfall is even 1000 liters per m2 a year. Normally that water would evaporate
in no time; but the Groasis Waterboxx does not allow this - it immediately stores it!
How can the Groasis Technology help us to Combat
Every research plan starts with phrasing a question, or in the case of Groasis, with phrasing questions:
Can we solve the CO2 problem?
Can we find the 1.75 billion hectares of land we need to do this?
Can we find forestry zones without using fertile farmland?
Can we use worthless, once forested semi-deserts?
Can we plant trees on rocky surfaces and mountain slopes?
Can we reforest disaster areas?
Can we do this without expensive and non-available irrigation systems?
Can we grow trees on location?
Can we create an economic boost through forestry?
The answer to all these questions is: YES!
The only thing we need is the willpower to really do it! Groasis technology
makes it possible!
What is Groasis?
Groasis has been founded by Pieter Hoff, a former lilybreeder, grower and exporter.
Through his experience in the flower industry Pieter Hoff learned that worldwide ground
water levels decline with high speed. If things don’t change, mankind is out of irrigation
water within a few centuries. This thought created the foundation of his company that
focuses on the development of producing water from air techniques.
When do I use the Groasis Waterboxx?
The Groasis Waterboxx can be used in circumstances where a tree does not get enough
water to have the possibility to get started. So the instrument is meant to use in
circumstances where there is enough water once the tree has its roots in the soil. On most
places on earth, for instance in almost all deserts, there is enough in the soil. The problem
is that the seed or the young tree needs a few months or a year help to get deep enough
with its roots. You can compare the Groasis Waterboxx with a young seed. In nature it is
planted on the soil with the manure of the animal that sticks it to the soil and protects it
from eating and from drying out. And by sowing it on the soil the capillary is not
destroyed and erosion cannot blow away the soil. Once the seed is germinated and its roots
are deep enough, it survives and grows.
The Groasis Waterboxx copies that natural process: it helps the seed or young tree
germinate and develop its roots into the soil until it can survive by its own.
How does the Groasis Waterboxx work?
It collects water through capture of rain and produces water through production of condensation, it
stimulates capillary and prevents evaporation caused by the sun and prevents competition caused by
competitive herbs. It provides its collected water to the tree over a long period of time. Because of this
it can play an important role in CO2 capture, anti-erosion and anti-desertification programs, food- and
• With the Groasis Waterboxx a tree is planted on top of the soil, so that the capillary is not be
destroyed when planting the tree.
• In the middle of the Groasis Waterboxx there is space to put a seed, a plant or a tree.
• This plant can develop its roots under the Groasis Waterboxx.
• The Groasis Waterboxx produces water via artificial condensation.
• It collects rainwater.
• It distributes the collected water to the plant on a daily base.
• It stimulates the rise of the capillary water to the top of the soil under the Groasis Waterboxx.
• It prevents evaporation of the capillary water.
• It prevents the development of weeds around the plant.
• It prevents grazing of the plants by a certain variety of animals.
• It prevents erosion of the soil around the plant.
• It prevents heating of the soil around the plant.
• It stimulates a balanced temperature in the root area.
• The advantage of planting on the soil is that the Groasis Waterboxx can also be used for planting on
How many years do I use the Groasis
In principle the Groasis Waterboxx is used until the moment that the tree can survive on its
own. Normally that is after 6 months up to one year. We expect that the Groasis Waterboxx
can be used around 10 years so that you can use it for 10 to 20 trees/bushes.
What are the differences between the Groasis
Waterboxx and classic irrigation?
Classic irrigation is not sustainable. It uses groundwater and the levels of groundwater deepen
every year. The Groasis Waterboxx is sustainable.
The Groasis Waterboxx is cheap. If you want to start with classic irrigation you need to drill a
well, install a pump and a water pipe network and have an electric installation. For the Groasis
Waterboxx this is not necessary: just buy a few or a lot and install them.
With the Groasis Waterboxx you can plant on rocks. Drill a well in rocks and install a network of
water pipes is almost impossible on rocks.
For classic irrigation in deserts we need to install power installations of electricity. For the
Groasis Waterboxx this is not necessary.
For Groasis we need very small trees or even seed. That is cheap too.
Is the Groasis Waterboxx only interesting in
The Groasis Waterboxx is used for replantation of degraded farmland without using
irrigation, and thus making it profitable. It saves up to 97% of water while planting. After
4 years of tests we noticed that trees planted with the Waterboxx in moderate climates also
show an average growth stimulant of around 15% to 30% extra biomass.
How can the Waterboxx perform for fruit tree
farming specially for the trees that grow big like
a mango, fig, sweet lime, orange and many
As you have understood, the Groasis Waterboxx is a part of a planting technology. Its function is to
bring the roots 3 meters deep in the first year. After that it has no function anymore. The box contains
only 16 liters of water while a big tree maybe evaporates 10 liters per day. Because its roots are over 3
meters deep, the tree takes the water from there and it survives without the box. For this reason we take
off the box after one year and plant the next one.
So never mix the idea of planting technology (= GroasisTechnology incl. Waterboxx) or irrigation (=
giving water while the tree is big).
The advantage of the Greenboxx is that we leave the box and that he creates optimum circumstances
even after a year, since the Greenboxx while degrading will keep a bit humidity around the stem and
will cool down the soil around the stem
How long does the tree need the Waterboxx?
As soon as you see that the trees starts to grow faster –just notice the growing speed of the young branches- it has
reached the ground water and it is able to survive without the box. You just lift it to take it off, replace the old wick with
a new one, and re-use the box for the next tree.
When should the Groasis Waterboxx be lifted
from the tree?
If the growth of the trees goes well, you can sometimes even plant more than one tree per year. You lift
the Groasis Waterboxx off the tree as soon as you see that the branches really start to grow fast. This is
the sign the tree gives you that he is not growing anymore from the water in the Groasis Waterboxx, but
that he found water deep in the soil. In most circumstances, we find that the tree is independent from
the Waterboxx after 9 months. You then lift it, replace the wick with a new one, and use the Groasis
Waterboxx for the next tree.
What if there are no rocks to cover the ground?
When you lift off the Groasis waterboxx the tree, cover the ground. The best way to do that is with
stones, but any other material will also work. If there are no stones, use straw, weeds, grass or palm
leaves. If you do not have this, you can think of mulch, cardboard or clothes. If that is not possible, you
can cover the ground with loose soil.
Is it advisable to use compost and/or manure?
It is really useful to work with compost if you have it. The trees will grow to 50% faster and will also
be healthier. If you have manure, then mix it through your compost. Be careful though: to young
manure burns your roots. Manure must be at least one year old before you mix it through your compost.
What do I have to do after I’ve taken the
You take off the box, put a cloth made of a natural material (cotton, hemp, coco, wool, etc.) on the same
place as where the box was in order to keep the capillary column intact, cover the cloth with 10 cm of
sand (4 inches) to prevent it from blowing away and use the box for the next tree. You can also put no
cloth but only sand if there is no danger of the sand being blown away.
Is the Groasis Waterboxx re-usable?
Yes, you can use the Groasis Waterboxx approximately 10 times in 10 years. Read about here.
Can I plant everything everywhere with the
Planting can be done seamlessly. But it is important to select the right species. After a year without the
Waterboxx, you want your tree to keep on surviving. Follow the next steps to make sure your tree will
1) When you want to plant a tree it is necessary that you choose one that is able to survive under the
circumstances. Your variety has to have the ability to resist the temperature and to live with the
available amount of precipitation;
2) If temperatures are above +40 C, you can only plant varieties who can resist this. If you have 200⁰
mm of rainfall, you cannot plant varieties who need more than 200 mm to survive;
With this simple rules, you will always have success!
Do you have any minimum humidity
requirements for using in deserts?
No, we even plant in the north of Chile and high, above 4,000 meters in the Andes, where the relative
and absolute humidity is extremely low.
Can the Groasis Waterboxx be used on rocky
Yes, the Groasis Technology mimics the principles of nature. On this page you find an explanation
about planting on rocks and here you find information about combating desertification.
We also suffer from goats, is there something
that can prevent that?
If you look on this page: you can see the Growsafe Telescoprotexx plant protector. It protects the plant
against grazing animals and it balances the climate
We have strong winds, is this a problem for the
No, winds are not a problem for the Groasis Waterboxx. Look at the strong winds in Dubai in this
video:. We even offer wind protectors to make sure the Groasis Waterboxx will stay in the right place.
You can find them in the Groasis shop:
What is a good and cheap way of fencing an area
where you plant trees?
If you want to fence an area, then think of planting 3 rows of bushes, and in between some trees that
have dangerous picks, such as the cactus or similar species. Please check our newly developed tree
encyclopaedia to find some: http://www.onetrilliontrees.com/en. This is much cheaper than fencing,
and it also creates a better micro climate with less wind.
What is the right planting distance?
For ecosystem restoration we recommend a planting density of 10x10 meters with in each Waterboxx a
tree and a bush that you also see together in nature. We suggest to start with pioneer trees, because these
will create the conditions in which growth and multiplication automatically takes place. And this results
in a higher density and a faster recovery process. For fruit trees it depends on the variety, but according
to the general rule, you should plant a minimum of 400 trees per hectare, because you do not plant two
fruit trees in one Waterboxx.
How do you plant for ecosystem restoration
If you plant for ecosystem restoration purposes, we advise using two species in each Groasis
Waterboxx. Plant a tree and a bush. When possible, make a combination of species of which you can
see in nature that they have a preference for each other. In this way you create a symbiotic effect of
Will the Groasis Waterboxx be damaged while
freezing at temperatures below 0 °C (+32 °F)
and being full with ice?
No, it will not be damaged. The Groasis Waterboxx is designed in such a way that the expanding ice is
able to find room to expand. This is done by designing all the vertical sides in 8°. So when the water
expands to ice between +4 °C to -1 °C (+39,2 °F to +30.2 °F) , the ice can just go a bit higher and find
room for the expansion. It is also important to understand that it doesn't matter whether it is -1 °C
(+30,2 °F) of -30 °C (-22 °F) . Once changed from water into ice – which happens between +4 °C and
-1 °C (+39,2 °F to +30.2 °F) - the ice doesn't exapand any further.
What trees are best suited for the production of
Please check the document that you find in this link to find some suggestions for trees to use.
Especially the gmelina is a fantastic tree to produce fuel wood.
Does the water in the Waterboxx become dirty
after a while?
The water in the box remains clear and has no problems with bacteria, algae or what so ever.
What type of water can be used for plant
growth? Can you use drink water, dirty water or
Yes, all types of water can be used. But with saline water the tree must be able to deal with this kind of
water. In this report, about planting in La Chocolatera in Ecuador, which is one of the hardest places
on earth to plant a tree, you find more information about planting with saline water.
If you use the Groasis Waterboxx in the desert,
do you need water or is the water extraction
from the air sufficient?
You have to use one time 60 litres of water while planting. Afterwards you do not have to refill it
anymore. Watch this video for more explanation.
How many times do I have to refill the
You only fill it one time during planting. The box will then catch enough rain or condensation by itself
to supply the plant one whole year.
How many rain does the Waterboxx need to fill
75 mm (3 inches) of rain is sufficient to fill the box completely.
Will the Groasis Waterboxx be damaged while freezing at temperatures below 0 °C (+32 °F) and being
full with ice?
How will trees survive if the ground water is too
deep in the desert? Can the roots grow so deep
in the soil within one year?
Trees do not survive on groundwater, but on capillary hang water. The deepest roots ever found are 84
meters. Many times groundwater in deserts is deeper than 84 meters. The capillary hang water is the
water that penetrates in the soil during the annual rain. For example:
Suppose you have 300 mm of rain. Of this 300 mm, 100 mm does not penetrate, because the soil is
very hard or because there is a steep slope. Only 200 mm of the precipitation enters. Then you can plant
1. That resist the climate (cold, hot, strong winds);
2. That can survive with 200 mm.
So it is important to understand that:
1. The annual rainfall says nothing about the quantity that enters the soil
2. Trees do not survive from groundwater but from capillary hang water caused by the penetrated
quantity of rainfall.
When the cover of the Waterboxx is covered
with sand and the openings are clogged, does the
condensation process still work?
When the top of the Waterboxx is covered with sand, the condensation does not work. The collection of
rain is no problem, it will still enter the box. If there is no condensation we have less water available.
However, the functionality of condensation is not influencing the box’s planting result. In the whole
Middle East, and many other desert areas, it is so warm at night, that no condensation occurs. We
however still have excellent planting results.
Can I only plant once a year when there is one
You have to distinguish two ways of planting after the first stage:
The first stage is the planting of the saplings in pots. This can be done with either seeds, or via cuttings.
After that you can work in two ways:
1. In two phases. First in a small plug (width x height = app. 6x10cm) and then transplant to a big one
(width x height = app. 12x15cm).
2. In one phase: immediately in a big pot or plastic bag.
I suggest to work in two phases. So first the small plug, then the big pot or plastic bag. The reason is
that the germination of the seeds, or the rooting of the cuttings is a risky process, and if you have only
50% success ratio, you lose little space and little expensive soil.
Always check what the local experiences are, but in general we can say that in the tropics, where day
length is approximately equal, you can sow your seed or make cuttings almost all year round.
Outside the tropics, either in the northern or southern hemisphere, you can plant or sow with the season,
once a year. For the Groasis technology we need saplings that are at least one year old. So after one
year of being in the big plastic bag in the nursery, we bring the saplings to the field.
With the Groasis technology you can plant any day of the year in the tropics. Outside the tropics you
can also plant any day, if the frost is not colder than -5 C (+23 F). When you expect a colder frost, we⁰ ⁰
advise to stop planting after October 1 in the northern hemisphere, and start again after the winter.
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Groasis Waterboxx Handbook on Planting Instructions for Trees & Crops in Desert
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Change Used Cooking Oil into Diesel Fuel
Details of Using Vegetable Oil Cars
book: SVO: Powering Your Vehicle With Straight Vegetable Oil; by Forest Gregg
book: Sliding Home: A Near Perfect Primer on SVO; by Ray L. Holan
book: The Edge of Veg: An Introduction to Running Diesel Engines on Vegetable Oil; by Stephan Helbig
book: Greasy Rider: Two Dudes, One Fry-Oil-Powered Car, and a Cross-Country Search for a Greener
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Veg My Ride: Teaches you how to Convert your Car to Straight Vegetable Oil; director:
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dvd: Greasy Rider; director: Joey Carey
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eat LOCAL FRESH ORGANIC Food
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book: Our Future Reborn: EM Technology Changes The World; by Dr. Teruo Higa
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Small Scale Aquaculture: A Hobbyist's Guide for Growing Fish in Recirculating Systems, Greenhouses,
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book: Gardening with Heirloom Seeds; by Lynn Coulter
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Your Farm in the City: An Urban-Dweller's Guide to Growing Food and Raising
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Sepp Holzer's Permaculture: A Practical Guide to Small-Scale, Integrative Farming
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Permaculture Two: Practical Design for Town and Country in Permanent
Agriculture; by Bill Mollison
The Permaculture Handbook: Garden Farming for Town and Country; by David
Permaculture Pioneers: Stories from the New Frontier; by Kerry Dawborn
MetroFarm: Growing for Profit In or Near the City; by Michael Olson
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Sharing the Harvest: A Citizen's Guide to Community Supported Agriculture; by
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The Good Food Revolution: Growing Healthy Food, People, and Communities; by Will Allen
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Farm City: The Education of an Urban Farmer; by Novella Carpenter
Mini Farming: Self-Sufficiency on 1/4 Acre; by Brett L. Markham
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The Soul of Soil: A Soil-Building Guide for Master Gardeners and Farmers; by Joseph
Micro Eco-Farming: Prospering from Backyard to Small Acreage in Partnership with
the Earth; by Barbara Berst Adams
The Biodome Garden Book
Urban Farming: Sustainable City Living in Your Backyard, in Your Community, and
in the World; by Thomas Fox
Urban Farm Handbook: City Slicker Resources for Growing, Raising, Sourcing,
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The Edible City Resource Manual; by Richard Britz
Successful Small-Scale Farming: An Organic Approach; by Karl Schwenke
The Quarter-Acre Farm: How I Kept the Patio, Lost the Lawn, and Fed My Family for a
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The Resilient Gardener: Food Production and Self-Reliance in Uncertain Times; by
Gardening When It Counts: Growing Food in Hard Times; by Steve Solomon
Mycelium Running: How Mushrooms Can Help Save the World; by Paul
Square Foot Gardening; by Mel Bartholomew
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Apartment Gardening: Plants, Projects, and Recipes for Growing Food in Your
Urban Home; by Amy Pennington
Fresh Food from Small Spaces; by R.J. Ruppenthal
Lasagna Gardening: A New Layering System for Bountiful Gardens: No Digging, No
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Organic No Dig, No Weed Gardening: A Revolutionary Method For Easy Gardening;
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Eco-Farm, An Acres U.S.A. Primer: The definitive guide to managing farm and
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chemicals; by Jr. Charles Walters
Small Space, Big Harvest: Turn Your Small Garden Into A Vegetable Garden
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Anything Grows: Ingenious Ways To Grow More Food In Front Yards, Backyards,
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The Backyard Vegetable Factory: Super Yields from Small Spaces; by Duane G.
The Holistic Orchard: Tree Fruits and Berries the Biological Way; by Michael Phillips
You Can Build a Chicken Tractor: Step-by-Step Instructions for Beginners; by Sue
Urban Wilds: Gardener's Stories Of The Struggle For Land And Justice; by Cleo
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Growing Power - Training People for Creating Community Food Systems
D Acres Permaculture Farm and Education Center
Your Backyard Farmer
Raising BackYard Chickens
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Australian City Farms and Community Gardens Network
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Bio Dynamic Farming and Gardening Association of New Zealand
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Trees for Life
Echo - Sustainable Hunger Solutions
Backyard Farmer Magazine
Builders Without Borders
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Gardening is micro-climate specific. These means that Local Organic Gardeners might know
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Keep researching, reading, refining your gardening methods and experimenting with different growing
Organic Gardening technology is changing and improving all the time. Also, as the climate changes,
you may need to learn other gardening techniques for various climates.
To forget how to dig the earth and tend the soil is to forget ourselves.
~ Mahatma Gandhi
book: The New Agritourism: Hosting Community and Tourists on Your Farm; by Barbara Berst Adams
book: Agritourism and nature tourism in California; by Holly George
book: Agritourism; by Michal Sznajder
VOLUNTEER to WORK on ORGANIC FARMS in Europe
Cheap way to see Europe
book: Europe Through the Back Door: The Travel Skills Handbook; by Rick Steves
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book: Coach Wooden's Pyramid of Success: Building Blocks For a Better Life; by John Wooden
Every day help someone who can never reciprocate. This is my obligation.
~ John Wooden's PHILOSOPHY
The great UCLA basketball coach
book: Coach Wooden, The 7 Principles that Shaped His Life and Will Change Yours; by Pat Williams
Those who bring Sunshine into the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves.
MIRACLE in WISCONSIN – a different kind of school lunch
book: Feeding Your Allergic Child: Happy Food for Healthy Kids; by Elisa Meyer
Eat Fat Look Thin: A Safe and Natural Way to Lose Weight Permanently; by Bruce
What's Eating Your Child: The Hidden Connection between Food and Childhood
Ailments; by Kelly Dorfman
Raw Kids : Transitioning Children to a Raw Food Diet; by Cheryl Stoycoff
dvd: Hidden Dangers in Kids' Meals; by Jeffrey M. Smith
Healing ADD: The Breakthrough Program That Allows You to See & Heal the 6 Types of ADD, by
Doctor Daniel G. Amen, M.D.
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Healing ADD Revised Edition: The Breakthrough Program that Allows You to See
and Heal the 7 Types of ADD; by by Doctor Daniel G. Amen, M.D.
Stop Autism Now: A Parent's Guide to Preventing and Reversing Autism
Spectrum Disorders; by Bruce Fife
Why Can't My Child Behave: Why Can't She Cope, Why Can't He Learn; by Jane Hersey
Victory Over ADHD: A Holistic Approach for Helping Children with Attention Deficit Hyper-activity
Disorder; by Deborah Merlin
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Drugging Our Children: How Profiteers Are Pushing Antipsychotics on Our
Youngest & What We Can Do to Stop It; by Sharna Olfman
Little Sugar Addicts: End the Mood Swings, Meltdowns, Tantrums & Low
Self-Esteem in Your Child Today; by Kathleen DesMaisons
Nutrition & Your Mind: The Psychochemical Response; by George Watson
Coconut Oil Cures Alzheimer & Other Diseases
Alzheimer's Disease: What If There Was a Cure; by Mary T. Newport
The Crazy Makers: How the Food Industry Is Destroying Our Brains and Harming
Our Children; by Carol Simontacchi
Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills; by Russell L Blaylock
Chemical Cuisine: Do You Really Know What You're Eating; by Gloria Gilbere
Build Powerful Nerve Force: It Controls Your Life, Keep It Healthy; by Patricia Bragg
Disease-Proof Your Child: Feeding Kids Right; by Joel Fuhrman
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dvd: Copy Kids Eat Fruits and Vegetables
book: Fateful Harvest: The True Story of a Small Town, a Global Industry, and a Toxic Secret; by Duff Wilson
Are Your Children and Grandchildren Eating Food Fertilized with Toxic
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Toxic Sludge is Good For You: Lies, Damn Lies and the Public Relations
Industry; by John Stauber
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Born With a Junk Food Deficiency: How Flaks, Quacks, and Hacks Pimp the Public Health; by Martha Rosenberg
The Healing Power of Nature Foods; by Susan Smith Jones
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Natural Baby Care; by Colleen K. Dodt
Organic Soap and Body Care http://www.terressentials.com
dvd: Ingredients; producer: Brian Kimmel
book: Stuffed and Starved: The Hidden Battle For The World Food System; by Raj Patel
book: Empty Harvest: Understanding the Link Between Our Food, Our Immunity and Our Planet; by Bernard Jensen
dvd: King Corn; director: Aaron Woolf
dvd: Super Size Me; director: Morgan Spurlock
dvd: Fast Food Nation; director: Richard Linklater
book: Seeds of Deception: Exposing Industry Lies About the Safety of the Genetically Engineered Foods
You're Eating; by Jeffrey M. Smith
Racketeering in Medicine: The Suppression of Alternatives; by James P.
Food Politics: What Everyone Needs to Know; by Robert Paarlberg
Food Politics: How the Food Industry Influences Nutrition, and Health; by Marion
Drugging Our Children: How Profiteers Are Pushing Antipsychotics on Our
Youngest, and What We Can Do to Stop It; by Sharna Olfman
Selling Sickness: How the World's Biggest Pharmaceutical Companies Are Turning
Us All Into Patients; by Ray Moynihan
How We Are Being Tricked & Bamboozled into Bad Health; by Marcia Banks-Alston
Are Your Diet Sodas Killing You? Results from My Aspartame Experiment; by
Chew On This: Everything You Don't Want to Know About Fast Food; by
Licking Sweet Death: Energy and Information to Stop Sugarcoating Your
Addiction to Processed Foods; by M.D. Hugo Rodier
Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal; by Eric Schlosser
The Truth About Coffee; by Marina Kushner
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The Truth About Caffeine; by Marina Kushner
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book: Eating Fossil Fuels: Oil, Food and the Coming Crisis in Agriculture; by Dale Allen Pfeiffer
Good Calories, Bad Calories: Fats, Carbs, and the Controversial Science of Diet and
Health; by Gary Taubes
book: The Coconut Oil Miracle; by Bruce Fife
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book: Why We Get Fat: And What to Do About It; by Gary Taubes
How I Gave Up My Low-Fat Diet and Lost 40 Pounds, and How You Can Too: The
Ultimate Guide To Low-Carbohydrate Dieting; by Dana Carpender
The Blood Sugar Solution: The Ultra Healthy Program for Losing Weight,
Preventing Disease, and Feeling Great Now; by Mark Hyman
Blood Sugar 101: What They Don't Tell You About Diabetes; by Jenny Ruhl
The Sugar Control Bible and Cookbook: The Complete Nutrition Guide to
Revitalizing Your Health; by Jacqueline L. Paltis books.google.com/ur0zAgAACAAJ
Living Low Carb: Controlled-Carbohydrate Eating for Long-Term Living Low Carb:
Controlled-Carbohydrate Eating for Long-Term; by Jonny Bowden
DIET DRINK POISON
Eat Fat Look Thin: A Safe and Natural Way to Lose Weight
Permanently; by Bruce Fife
Stevita Stevia - Zero Calorie Organic Sweetener for Diabetics and Alcoholics
The Stevia Story and the Burning of Stevia Books by the FDA
The Obesity Epidemic - The facts about why we're becoming so obese
dvd: Killer at Large, Why obesity is America's greatest threat; director: Steven
Beat Sugar Addiction Now: The Cutting-Edge Program That Cures Your Type of
Sugar Addiction; by Jacob Teitelbaum
Beat Sugar Addiction Now Cookbook; by Jacob Teitelbaum
Beat Sugar Addiction Now for Kids; by Jacob Teitelbaum
Get the Sugar Out: 501 Simple Ways to Cut the Sugar Out of Any Diet; by Ann
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Lick the Sugar Habit; by Nancy Appleton
Lick the Sugar Habit Sugar Counter: Discover the Hidden Sugar in Your Food; by
Overcoming Sugar Addiction: How I Kicked My Sugar Habit and Created a Joyful
Sugar Free Life; by Karly Randolph Pitman
Sugar Addiction: A Step-By-Step Guide to Overcoming Sugar Addiction; by Elizabeth
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Sugar Blues; by William Dufty
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Sugar Busters: Cut Sugar to Trim Fat; by H. Leighton Steward
Sugar Busters for Kids; by Samuel S. Andrews
Sugar Nation: The Hidden Truth Behind America's Deadliest Habit and the Simple
Way to Beat It; by Jeff O'Connell
Sugar Shock: How Sweets and Simple Carbs Can Derail Your Life-- and How
YouCan Get Back on Track; by Connie Bennett
Sugar, Stop the Addiction: A Biochemical Explanation and Treatment Protocol for
Healing from Refined Carbohydrate; by Kelly Genzlinger
Sugarettes: Sugar Addiction and Your Health; by Scott Olson
Suicide by Sugar: A Startling Look at Our #1 National Addiction; by Nancy Appleton
Sweet Suicide: How Sugar is Destroying the Health of Our Society; by Nancy
The Craving Cure: Break the Hold Carbs and Sweets Have on Your Life; by Rena
The New Sugar Busters: Cut Sugar to Trim Fat; by Samuel S. Andrews
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The Real Truth About Sugar; by Samantha Quinn
The Sugar Addict's Diet: A Primer For The Low Sugar Lifestyle, A Path Of Healing,
Wellness, And Weight Loss; by Sabina J. Wise
The Sugar Addict's Total Recovery Program; by Kathleen DesMaisons
The Sugar Fix: The High-Fructose Fallout That Is Making You Fat and Sick; by Richard
The Sweetener Trap and How to Avoid It; by Beatrice Trum Hunter
Win the Sugar War: 100 Real-Life Stories of Conquering Cravings; by Holly McCord
Your Last Diet: The Sugar Addict's Weight-Loss Plan; by Kathleen DesMaisons
Breaking the Food Seduction: The Hidden Reasons Behind Food Cravings; by Neal
Food Additives: A Shopper's Guide To What's Safe & What's Not; by Christine Hoza
Know Your Fats: The Complete Primer for Understanding the Nutrition of Fats, Oils
and Cholesterol; by Mary G. Enig
Healthy Heart: Keep Your Cardiovascular System Healthy and Fit at any Age;
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The Cholesterol Myths: Exposing the Fallacy that Saturated Fat and Cholesterol
Cause Heart Disease; by Uffe Ravnskov
Hidden Truth about Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs; by Shane Ellison
Fat and Cholesterol are Good for You; by Uffe Ravnskov
The Doctor's Heart Cure, Beyond the Modern Myths of Diet and Exercise; by Al
The Great Cholesterol Con: The Truth About What Really Causes Heart Disease and
How to Avoid It; by Malcolm Kendrick
Ignore the Awkward: How the Cholesterol Myths Are Kept Alive; by Uffe Ravnskov
The Cholesterol Delusion; by Ernest N. Curtis M.D.
Cholesterol and Saturated Fat Prevent Heart Disease - Evidence from 101
Scientific Papers; by David Evans
The Cholesterol Hoax; by Sherry A. Rogers
The Statin Damage Crisis; by Duane Graveline
Statin Drugs Side Effects: And the Misguided War on Cholesterol; by Duane
The Truth About the Drug Companies: How They Deceive Us and What to Do About
It; by Marcia Angell
Dangerous Grains: Why Gluten Cereal Grains May Be Hazardous To Your Health; by
The Whole Soy Story: The Dark Side of America's Favorite Health Food; by Kaayla T.
The Hidden Dangers of Soy; by Dianne Gregg
Nutrition and Physical Degeneration; by Weston Andrew Price
Deep Nutrition: Why Your Genes Need Traditional Food; by Catherine Shanahan
Breaking the Vicious Cycle: Intestinal Health Through Diet; by Elaine Gloria
Breaking the Vicious Cycle - The Specific Carbohydrate Diet
Primal Body, Primal Mind: Beyond the Paleo Diet for Total Health and Longer Life; by
Nora Teresa Gedgaudas
The Hundred-Year Lie: How Food and Medicine are Destroying Your Health; by
The Unhealthy Truth: One Mother's Shocking Investigation into the Dangers of
America's Food Supply; by Rachel Kranz
Appetite for Profit: How the food industry undermines our health and how to fight
back; by Michele Simon
Food Politics: How the Food Industry Influences Nutrition, and Health; by Marion
Cancer Healing Odyssey: My Wife's Remarkable Journey With Love, Medicine and
Natural Therapies; by Sarto Schickel
Coconut Cuisine: Featuring Stevia; by Jan London
Stevia Naturally Sweet: for Desserts, Drinks, and More; by Rita DePuydt
Coconut Lover's Cookbook; by Bruce Fife
The Spunky Coconut Cookbook: Gluten Free, Casein Free, Sugar Free; by Kelly V.
Eat Fat, Lose Fat: The Healthy Alternative to Trans Fats; by Mary Enig
Eat to Live: The Amazing Nutrient-Rich Program for Fast and Sustained Weight
Loss; by Joel Fuhrman
The Fatigue Solution: Increase Your Energy in Eight Easy Steps; by Eva Cwynar
The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business; by Charles
Take Care Tips: How to Take Care for Yourself While You're Taking Care of Others; by
The Raw Food Revolution Diet: Feast, Lose Weight, Gain Energy; by Cherie Soria
The Raw Food Detox Diet: The Five-Step Plan for Vibrant Health and Maximum
Weight Loss; by Natalia Rose
Microgreens: A Guide To Growing Nutrient Packed Greens; by Eric Franks
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The Juicing Bible; by Pat Crocker librarything.com/536459
Herbal Antibiotics: Natural Alternatives for Treating Drug-Resistant Bacterial; by
Stephen Harrod Buhner
Beyond Antibiotics: Strategies for Living in a World of Emerging Infections and Antibiotic-Resistant
Bacteria; by Michael A. Schmidt librarything.com/8585344
Super Immunity: The Essential Nutrition Guide; by Joel Fuhrman
Natural Cures for High Blood Pressure; by Cass Ingram
Cooking with Coconut Flour: A Delicious Low-Carb, Gluten-Free Alternative to
Wheat; by Bruce Fife
Coconut Water for Health and Healing; by Bruce Fife
Oil Pulling Therapy: Detoxifying and Healing the Body Through Oral Cleansing; by
An Integrative Approach to Healing Chronic Illness: Revealing the Root Causes of
Modern Disease; by Richard Brightheart
Probiotics: Nature's Internal Healers; by Natasha Trenev
The Probiotics Revolution: The Definitive Guide to Safe, Natural Health Solutions
Using Probiotic and Prebiotic Foods and Supplements; by Sarah Wernick
Probiotics - Protection Against Infection: Using Nature's Tiny Warriors To Stem
Infection and Fight Disease; by Casey Adams
A Consumer's Guide to Probiotics: How Nature's Friendly Bacteria Can Restore Your
Body to Super Health; by S. K. Dash librarything.com/11599928
The Complete Book of Enzyme Therapy: A Complete and Up-to-Date Reference to
Effective Remedies; by Anthony J. Cichoke
Enzyme Nutrition; by Doctor Edward Howell
Resetting the Clock: Five Anti-Aging Hormones That Improve and Extend Life;
by Elmer Cranton
The Detox Strategy: Vibrant Health in 5 Easy Steps; by Brenda Watson
Healing Through Nutrition; by Melvyn R. Werbach
Seven Weeks to Sobriety: The Proven Program to Fight Alcoholism Through
Nutrition; by Joan Mathews Larson
The Vitamin Cure for Alcoholism; by Abram Hoffer
Saved by Angels: to share how GOD talks to everyday people; by Bruce Van Natta
Eating Right to Live Sober; by Katherine Ketcham
Sober and Staying That Way: The Missing Link in the Cure for Alcoholism; by Susan
Let's Get Well; by Adelle Davis
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The Benefits of Organic Food
GOOD FOOD is GOOD MEDICINE
Why be Sick?
Healthy Soil, Healthy Plants, Healthy People
eat LOCAL FRESH ORGANIC Food
http://localharvest.org http://greenpeople.org http://eatwellguide.org
http://biodynamics.com http://greenamerica.org http://localsustainability.net
<> Garbage in, Garbage out - Junk Food In, Fat Sick People Dying Out
Eat Fat, Look Thin: A Safe and Natural Way to Lose Weight Permanently;
by Bruce Fife
Apple Cider Vinegar: Control Weight, Banish Obesity and Diabetes; by Paul C.
You cannot be of much help to God and to Others, If you are not healthy
ELIMINATING GLOBAL HUNGER by ORGANIC GARDENING
Oxfam New Zealand
reliefweb.int permaculturevisions.com hamlinfistula.org permaculture.org.au
liberationpermaculture.org permacultureglobal.com journeytoforever.org
Wine to Water - Bringing Clean Water to Poor People at Low Cost
Barefoot College - Making Rural Communities Self-Sufficient And Sustainable
We Care Solar
Solar Power in a Suitcase for Poor Villages
Solar Cookers International
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Builders Without Borders
Engineers Without Borders
SOLAR ENERGY TRAINING and Development Projects
Dean's Coffee Beans Eco Development Projects - Organic and Fair Trade
book: Javatrekker: Dispatches from the World of Fair Trade Coffee; by Dean Cycon
book: A Secret Gift; by Ted Gup
book: Always Enough: Gods Miraculous Provision among the Poorest Children on Earth; by Heidi Baker
book: Kisses from Katie: A Story of Relentless Love and Redemption; by Katie Davis
book: The Power of Positive Thinking; by Norman Vincent Peale
book: Chicken Soup for the Soul: Living Your Dreams; by Mark Victor Hansen
book: The Aladdin Factor: How to Ask for, and Get, Everything You Want; by Mark Victor Hansen
book: Your Best Life Now; by Joel Osteen
book: Life Is Tremendous; by Charles E. Jones
book: Battlefield of the Mind; by Joyce Meyer
book: Buddha's Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom; by Rick Hanson
book: You Can If You Think You Can; by Norman Vincent Peale
Change your thoughts and you change your world ~ Norman Vincent Peale
book: Change Your Brain, Change Your Life; by Daniel G. Amen
The Happiness Advantage: The Seven Principles of Positive Psychology That Fuel Success and
Performance at Work; by Shawn Achor
book: Character Matters: Nine Essential Traits You Need to Succeed; by Mark Rutland
book: No Compromises: Encouragement for the Workplace; by Rhonda Owen-Smith
Passing the Baton: Discipline Is The Bridge Between The Goal And Accomplishments; by Angus
book: Unlimited Power: The New Science of Personal Achievement; by Anthony Robbins
Super Power Breathing: For Super Energy, High Health & Longevity; by Patricia Bragg
The Miracle of Tithing; by Mark Victor Hansen
Raising Your Child to Be a Mensch; by Neil Kurshan
Finding Authentic Hope and Wholeness: 5 Questions That Will Change Your Life; by
Read for Your Life: 11 Ways to Better Yourself Through Books; by Pat Williams
Ruffles on My Longjohns; by Isabel K. Edwards
In the Land of the Grasshopper Song; by Mary Ellicott Arnold
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The Ultimate Cheapskate's Road Map to True Riches: Enjoying Life More by Spending Less; by
The Curve of Time: The Classic Memoir of a Woman and Her Children Who Explored the Coastal Waters of the Pacific
Northwest; by M. Wylie Blanche
The Complete Cheapskate: How to Get Out of Debt, Stay Out, and Break; by Mary E. Hunt
Your Money Counts: The Biblical Guide to Earning, Spending, Saving, Investing, Giving, and Getting
Out of Debts; by Howard Lape Dayton
Blessed To Be A Blessing: Understanding the True, Biblical Prosperity; by Kenneth Copeland
book: Crown Biblical Financial Study (Life Group Manual)
Crown Financial Ministries - God’s Design for Your Finances
book: Tough Times, Tough People: Chicken Soup for the Soul; by Jack Canfield
book: Chicken Soup for the Christian Soul; by Jack Canfield
book: Power to Heal: Experiencing the Miraculous; by Joan Hunter
book: Prayer, Faith, and Healing: Cure Your Body, Heal Your Mind and Restore Your Soul; by Kenneth
book: The Miracle of Fasting; by Paul Bragg
Faith Like Potatoes; by Angus Buchan
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Facing the Giants; director: Alex Kendrick
Iron Will; director: Charles Haid
Chariots of Fire; director: Hugh Hudson
Flywheel; director: Alex Kendrick
Living Free: Breaking the Cycle of Defeat; by James Robison
Angus Buchan's Ordinary People; director: F.C. Hamman
God's Farmer; by Angus Buchan
A New Opportunity has Arisen: Cape Town for Jesus; by Angus Buchan
The Angus Buchan story: maintaining the cause of the orphan; Publisher: Affirm Films
book: Faith Like Potatoes; by Angus Buchan
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book: Jesus, a Farmer, and Miracles; by Angus Buchan
book: Revival, A People Saturated with God; by Angus Buchan
book: When Heaven Invades Earth; by Bill Johnson
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book: The Cross and the Switchblade: The Thrilling True Story of a Country Preacher's Fight Against
Teen-Age Crime in Big-City Slums; by David Wilkerson
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book: George Muller: Man of Faith and Miracles; by Basil Miller
book: Rwanda: The Land God Forgot; by Meg Guillebaud