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Film about Phosphate Mining in Florida

Please watch and help and engage with our fellow Floridians in North Florida. Friday April 29th, at 6:30pm workshop in Bradford County on the mining, for citizens to ask questions, provide testimony and gather information from the attendees. Public comments will be heard at both meetings so please attend and show your support! Like their […]

Our Job is to Tell The Truth

Our Job is to TELL THE TRUTH

We want to make people aware of the reality of phosphate strip mining that has already destroyed over thousands of acres in Peace River Heartland.  Located in DeSoto County on US 17 South near Nocatee, Florida.  Please visit and follow for the most up-to-date information concerning your community. ——> Facebook ——> Twitter ——> Instagram ——> Tumblr […]

Dan DeSutter, in a field of dried-up daikon radish, sunflower, turnip and hairy vetch, has been experimenting with cover crops for 17 years. Credit David Kasnic for The New York Times

Cover cropping

Cover Crops, a Farming Revolution With Deep Roots in the Past By STEPHANIE STROM –  February 6, 2016   When Mark Anson came home with his hair on fire after a seminar on the seemingly soporific topic of soil health, his younger brother, Doug, was skeptical. What had Mark lit up was cover crops: fields […]


Polk County formerly mined lands…what to do with it?

After mining, it will be the county that tries to figure out what in the heck they will do with their thousands of acres of mined lands. Health studies would be required to assess the toxicity and possible radiation threats left behind by the upheaval of formerly native systems. Is this what Hardee, Desoto and […]