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... brought down ancient societies that abused their land and paid the ultimate price, leaving a legacy of degraded, worn-out fields and impoverished descendants.
As I investigated the evolution of landscapes around the world, I began to more fully comprehend this fundamental, yet widely unrecognized problem confronting humanity. We are degrading and eroding the world’s soils far faster than they form. We are running down our stock of fertile topsoil, the ...
... have a common derivation, from which we also get our word 'humble'. - Eugene Peterson
Soil: The Staff of Life
from The Secret Life of Plants by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird
Despite [George Washington] Carver’s prescient observations on how to bring life back to the cotton-debased soils of Alabama by rotating crops and fertilizing the soil with natural humus, the farmers of that state - and those in every other state of the ...
... for getting a tan and chilling out after the trekking. After three days we got the bus back to Santa Marta and spent a night there before getting another 5 hour bus to Cartagena. It was an awesome city but soo hot! It has a very pretty 'old town' which is surrounded by a wall that was originally put up to protect the city from Pirates! We went on a trip to visit a mud volcano which was beyond weird. It was really deep mud, you couldn't touch the bottom but ...
... would make to the medicine, and which memories we would seek to relive and/or banish. As soon as the drink was served the heavens opened, and thunder and lightning cracked through the monsoon outside. Most dramatic.
I have thought long and hard before, during and after the ceremony on how to describe my experiences that night. Though some of it was slow and uneventful (typical for a first time) I did have a few intense spiritual and emotional moments that I have ...
... d booked a return ticket with the same company for the next day. Oh, the horror. Ruby: Despite the horrendous boat trip, it as all worth it when we arrived in Playa Blanca. It looked like a postcard of a Carribean beach; turquoise water, white sand and coconuts, accompanied by the soft lilting of reggae music. We strolled down to the quiet end of the beach where we found our accommodation for the night - a little cabaña by the sea. So far, so wonderful. ...