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Can agrihoods (agricultural neighborhoods) help tie communities together?

https://naturalnews.com/2019-09-01-can-agrihoods-tie-communities-together.html

Agrihoods, short for agricultural neighborhoods, exist for this reason – and they help tie communities together . ... Researchers say vitamin B12 can inhibit a key Parkinson’s enzyme - More news on agricultural neighborhoods Can agrihoods (agricultural neighborhoods) help tie communities together? "...

Study seeks to curb impaired brain development of fetuses exposed to agricultural pesticides in the womb

https://naturalnews.com/055504_agricultural_pesticides_brain_development_fetuses.html

Study seeks to curb impaired brain development of fetuses exposed to agricultural pesticides in the womb Monday, October 03, 2016 by: Ethan A. ... And even children living in urban neighborhoods nowhere near the growing fields are being affected, as the chemical residues often persist on the foods shipped to the grocery store. "...

Foragers have it easy: Study reveals hunter-gatherers who switched to farming worked longer hours

https://naturalnews.com/2019-11-30-foragers-hunter-gatherers-farming-worked-longer-hours.html

(Related: Can agrihoods (agricultural neighborhoods) help tie communities together? ... The adoption of agricultural practices had a disproportionate impact on the lives of Agta women. "...

California just banned pesticide use near public schools to protect children from brain damaging agricultural chemicals

https://naturalnews.com/2017-11-15-california-just-banned-pesticide-use-near-public-schools-to-protect-children-from-brain-damaging-agricultural-chemicals.html

California just banned pesticide use near public schools to protect children from brain damaging agricultural chemicals Wednesday, November 15, 2017 by: Cassie B. ... Break-ins in San Francisco up by 90% in some neighborhoods Disney to lay off 28,000 workers in belt-tightening move amid coronavirus pandemic - Disqus Take Action: Support Natural News by linking to this article from your website Permalink to this article: https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-11-15-california-just-banned-pesticide-use-near-public-schools-to-protect-children-from-brain-damaging-agricultural-chemicals....

Two South Carolina lawmakers pushing Americans to form like-minded communities in preparation for coming societal collapse

https://naturalnews.com/2017-03-22-two-south-carolina-lawmakers-pushing-americans-to-form-like-minded-communities-in-preparation-for-coming-societal-collapse.html

Sources: NationalDebt.news PostAndCourier.com Previous :Everything you search for on Google is now easily obtained by police Next : Trump signs NASA funding bill, hopes to send humans to Mars - More news on communities Armed citizens must defend their communities from rioting mobs if the politicized police will not The Democrats put the suburbs – and family life – on the November ballot Can agrihoods (agricultural neighborhoods) help tie communities together? "...

Fermented green coffee has potent anticancer effects thanks to chlorogenic acid and surfactin

https://naturalnews.com/2019-09-01-fermented-green-coffee-anticancer-chlorogenic-acid.html

Sources include: Science.news Hindawi.com Previous :Hospital lights increase risk of dying in patients with heart disease Next : Can agrihoods (agricultural neighborhoods) help tie communities together? "...

A ridiculously easy guide to planting your own peanuts

https://naturalnews.com/2018-10-10-a-ridiculously-easy-guide-to-planting-your-own-peanuts.html

Here are 15 vegetables you can grow in the shade Making and cultivating a garden on your own – no more grocery shopping, ever Can agrihoods (agricultural neighborhoods) help tie communities together? "...

Is the cure for Parkinson's just a supplement away? Researchers say vitamin B12 can inhibit a key Parkinson's enzyme

https://naturalnews.com/2019-09-01-cure-for-parkinsons-supplement-vitamin-b12.html

Sources include: ScienceDaily.com PDLink.org EHU.eus InstituteForNaturalHealing.com Previous :Can agrihoods (agricultural neighborhoods) help tie communities together? "...

Monsanto continues to look for a way around California's labeling of glyphosate as a probable carcinogen ... but there is NO "safe level" of exposure

https://naturalnews.com/2017-10-10-monsanto-continues-to-look-for-a-way-around-californias-labeling-of-glyphosate-as-a-probable-carcinogen-but-tumors-were-found-even-below-their-proposed-safe-levels.html

Monsanto continues to look for a way around California’s labeling of glyphosate as a probable carcinogen … but there is NO “safe level” of exposure Tuesday, October 10, 2017 by: Tracey Watson California , cancer , environment health , exposure , glyphosate , herbicides , label laws , Monsanto , non-Hodgkin lymphoma , OEHHA , pesticides , safe level , toxic chemicals , tumors - (Natural News ) In a press release that quickly created shock waves throughout the agricultural community, the ...

Hawaii bans toxic pesticide "chlorpyrifos" linked to neurological damage in children... but it's legal in the other 49 states (and you're eating it)

https://naturalnews.com/2018-06-18-hawaii-bans-toxic-pesticide-chlorpyrifos-linked-to-neurological-damage-in-children.html

“While the bill seeks to address the risk of agricultural pesticide drift to Hawaii’s schools, it does not address the concern associated with pesticide drift from households and gardens in the adjoining neighborhoods,” stated Scott Enright to Hawaii News Now. ... Sources for this article include: NaturalNews.com HawaiiNewsNow.com Previous :Slate, Salon, HuffPost and Daily Beast all LIE to their readers to protect vaccine industry interests, warns Democrat Next : As Bitcoin wastes ...

New Boston law promotes local agriculture

https://naturalnews.com/045044_urban_farming_Boston_local_agriculture.html

Adopted into law in December 2013, the newest article to the Boston Zoning Code addresses a wide range of agricultural activities throughout Boston, most notably farming. ... At least five urban farms are being developed this spring in predominantly lower income neighborhoods; each one is at least a quarter of an acre. "...

New York City is being forced to deploy an army of 10,000 cleanup workers in response to worsening problems with trash and rats

https://naturalnews.com/2021-04-30-nyc-trash-and-rats-problem.html

The city’s trash problem was further exacerbated last year when officials re-located the homeless to higher end neighborhoods and hotels in an attempt to stop the spread of COVID. ... Capitol, owners reveal - More news on badpollution New York City is being forced to deploy an army of 10,000 cleanup workers in response to worsening problems with trash and rats Over four billion pieces of plastic are polluting a remote Pacific island 8 Easy ways to improve indoor air quality Billions of microplastics ...

Childhood cancer caused largely by environmental factors, report finds

https://naturalnews.com/2020-10-03-childhood-cancer-caused-largely-by-environmental-factors.html

It also explains that a child with parents working in the agriculture sector is more likely to have a brain tumor, because of their exposure to agricultural pesticides. ... The authors furthermore acknowledge that children living near industrial manufacturing, agricultural facilities, major transportation routes or hazardous waste sites are at a higher risk for chronic diseases. "...

California lawmakers crack down on chemical weapons fumigant widely used on strawberries

https://naturalnews.com/049022_chloropicrin_strawberries_California_lawmakers.html

Farm workers and citizens residing in nearby neighborhoods are often the victims of such pesticide drifts. ... California's new rules require growers to provide the local county agricultural commissioner with details of upcoming fumigation at least 48 hours in advance, compared to a previously mandated 24-hour notice. "...

Globalists use trade agreements to criminalize farmers' seeds

https://naturalnews.com/047911_GMO_seeds_copyright_Monsanto.html

Globalists want to transform agricultural tradition into criminal offense As reported by the website Grain.org, the practice of a farmer saving seeds from year to year, from one harvest to the next, is as old as organized agriculture itself. ... Opponents of the agreement argue that agricultural seeds are not "intellectual property" on the level of, say, computer software, a book or a song. "...

Authorities look for new ways to CRUSH food freedom as interest in food independence grows and raising poultry becomes more popular

https://naturalnews.com/2018-03-30-authorities-crush-food-freedom-independence-raising-poultry.html

“Ironically, as people seek to take control over the way their food is grown, most ordinances fail to ensure basic health and welfare for birds and humans,” explained Catherine Brinkley, assistant professor of community and regional development in UC Davis’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. ... Back in 2015, a newspaper in the state of Connecticut reported that the town of Glastonbury had approved a regulation that the town council said at the time was meant to “properly ...

New sustainable agriculture development in Detroit feeds 2,000 households for free

https://naturalnews.com/2016-12-27-new-sustainable-agriculture-development-in-detroit-feeds-2000-households-for-free.html

The group has attracted $4 million in corporate investment dollars from General Motors, BASF SE, Sustainable Brands for MUFI and surrounding neighborhoods in Detroit’s North End. ... Additionally, a shipping container building will be constructed on site that will house an intern to manage the farm and do agricultural research. "...

New York City may reduce density of fast food restaurants through healthier zoning laws

https://naturalnews.com/019624_food_New_York_restaurants.html

Health Department and fellow politicians to use zoning laws to limit the number of fast-food restaurants in low-income neighborhoods, where obesity-related diseases like type 2 diabetes are most rampant. ... Follow real-time breaking news headlines on Public health at FETCH.news The world of independent media, all in one place. - More news on public health Cell phone radiation safety standards must be strengthened, claim 12 leading public health and consumer safety groups FDA admits overused ...

Presence of fast food restaurants in cities linked to more HEART ATTACKS, warn scientists

https://naturalnews.com/2020-08-26-fast-food-linked-to-more-heart-attacks.html

The researchers used the patients’ home postcode according to the hospital database to examine the distribution of fast food restaurants in each of their neighborhoods. ... Sources include: ScienceDaily.com CardioSmart.org Previous :Bee massacre: Pesticide use decimates Brazilian bee population Next : Other planets may be home to more diverse life forms than Earth, suggest scientists - More news on badfood Americans are still consuming too many carbs and fats, warn researchers Researchers ...

Incompetent California government kills 72,000 baby Salmon due to a "faulty wire"

https://naturalnews.com/2017-05-19-incompetent-california-government-kills-300000-baby-salmon-due-to-a-faulty-wire.html

According to the research team, dams and current agricultural practices are some of the biggest threats to Chinook salmon populations. ... Break-ins in San Francisco up by 90% in some neighborhoods Disney to lay off 28,000 workers in belt-tightening move amid coronavirus pandemic - Disqus Take Action: Support Natural News by linking to this article from your website Permalink to this article: https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-05-19-incompetent-california-government-kills-300000-baby-salmon-due-to-a-faulty-wire....