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Back in the old days, before hydroponics indoor growers and outdoor growers started interfering in the sex lives of their plants, high value plants were male or female, just like humans, and the male and female plants had plant sex and produced babies, otherwise known as “seeds.”
In today’s economy, everyone is trying to find new ways to cut costs and save money. Rooftop solar panels and small-scale wind turbines are two effective ways to reduce your home’s electric bills. Solar panels are becoming increasingly popular and can be installed on most roof styles and materials. Rooftop…
The first message came through and emotion number one hit: complete disbelief. Shortly it was followed by a second message, this time with a picture attached and the emotions shifted from disbelief to shock sliding into horror and settling in at grief. This was the experience of finding out the…
If you’re a hydroponics grower, an environmentalist, or someone who appreciates trees, flowers, forests and other living things that produce oxygen and beauty, you owe it to yourself to take a journey with author-activist Derrick Jensen.
The polar bear has been the poster child for the movement to cut greenhouse gas emissions for most of the 21st century. The ice in the arctic is disappearing because of global warming, and that presents a direct threat to the polar bear, the most popular and recognizable of the…
With liberal Democrats in an uproar over President Barrack Obama’s tax cut deal with Republicans, one man is not taking the compromise lying down. Independent senator from Vermont, Bernie Sanders, took the floor in the Senate and began speaking against Obama’s proposal at 10:25am on Friday, and wrapped up over…
Libertarian US Congressman Ron Paul has become the first member of Congress to talk sense about WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, the Iraq War and how the US government and some pundits have reacted to WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange. In a speech to the House of Representatives, Paul described antagonism…
For the moment, the battle to save Fish Lake is over. The Tsilhqot'in Nation led the campaign to protect the area and their traditional territory, and won a reprieve when Canada’s federal government put the kibosh on Taseko Mines Limited proposed Prosperity Mine. The project was proposed for an area…
In previous installments of RosebudMag.com’s series about Taseko Mines Limited’s attempts to turn a pristine lake and wilderness area near Williams Lake, British Columbia into a toxic waste dump, we’ve looked at the big picture and the history of the battle over Fish Lake. In Part 3, we look at…
Last week, RosebudMag.com published the first in our series on the battle over Fish Lake. In short, Taseko Mines Limited wants to destroy land used by the Tsilhqot'in Nation, who have lived in the area surrounding Teztan Biny (Chilcotin for Fish Lake) for millennia. The provincial government of British Columbia…
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