What’s at stake is the future of humankind—-Yvon Chouniard by YourEnchantedGardener .....

What’s at stake is the future of humankind—-Yvon Chouniard The problem and solution by Leslie Goldman #YourEnchantedGardener #PlantYourDreamBlog “Forget Mars,” Yvon Chouinard said recently—although, come to think of it, he might have used a stronger f-word. Our founder was responding to a glib idea that comes up from time to time in conversations about the climate crisis—that if we exhaust the Earth as a habitat for humans, we’ll all just up and move to the red planet. Chouinard, and Patagonia, would rather not, and are more determined than ever to save our home planet. In a recent interview for Patagonia’s 2018 Environmental and Social Initiatives book (published this week), Chouinard shared how our company continues to do what it can to defend the soil, air and water we all depend on—and to confront the greatest threat to our welfare we’ve ever faced.“

Date:   3/23/2019 12:01:38 AM ( 22 mon ago)







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The AAAS (AAAS - The American Association for the Advancement of Science) was an enormous biotech conference I attended a decade or so ago in San Diego. Because of it, I was stunningly awakened to the intertwined relationship of government with science—as AAAS promotes it. The key leaders I saw were clearly in the pro-GMO camp.

One of the first folks I met was touting his book about plans to colonize Mars. I believe this is the plan B for our dear President who may be among those who feel that we can disregard life here and ignore Nature’s Original Technology—N.O.T.

I like this interview with Yvon Chouinard, owner of Patagonia, that opens like this:

“Forget Mars,” Yvon Chouinard said recently—although, come to think of it, he might have used a stronger f-word. Our founder was responding to a glib idea that comes up from time to time in conversations about the climate crisis—that if we exhaust the Earth as a habitat for humans, we’ll all just up and move to the red planet. Chouinard, and Patagonia, would rather not, and are more determined than ever to save our home planet. In a recent interview for Patagonia’s 2018 Environmental and Social Initiatives book (published this week), Chouinard shared how our company continues to do what it can to defend the soil, air and water we all depend on—and to confront the greatest threat to our welfare we’ve ever faced. (end quote)

I believe the #PlantYourDreamBlog Campaigns and projects, including the #EnchantedGardenClub and my legacy of writings and poems are here to support the inevitable transition to more and more of us coming home to live on Earth fully. Growing our own food and adopting local farming families will be part of the shift. This is Regenerative Agriculture as I see it. The Earth and the Soul are reunited again as Soilmates. The Enchanted Garden. a name for our Renewed Earth, established itself as more and more of us live our purpose.

I left the Climate Collaborative
March 5 at #expowest with a clear, powerful positive feeling that our people-powered grassroots initiatives are at the forefront of leading us out of the desert ( so to speak) and back to living on Earth as an Enchanted Garden.

I want to salute all the good I saw at #expowest.

It does not matter the mistakes we may have each made or the animosities we might harbor toward those in our own industry—en route to creating the GAP we now experience. All the Earth asks is that we do our part-our individual part-in learning to get along, and forgive—constantly—even our own “dis-eases” and others who seem so apparently different than who we imagine we are.

Can you hear me?

There is no greater team player on Earth than the earth Herself. She is here to inspire our soul growth.

She will give us as many disasters as we need—her wake up calls. She will give us “A Moment of Awakening”— until we overcome the ultimate disaster - that we fail to see we are “All-One” as the Dr. Bronner's bumper stickers say. We are here to “Coexist” in love. We are here to do “Random Acts of Kindness and Senseless Acts of Beauty.”

This will be my message at the Opening Ceremony 9:30 am Tuesday September 10 at the
The National Heirloom Exposition.

We all need more reasons to live than reasons to die. It is dreams and living them that regenerates life and our individual lives.

“What’s at stake is the future of humankind.”
Yvon Chounaird

Posted March 22, 2019
11:48 am


Props to:
Patagonia
Grassroots Aid Partnership - GAP

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David Bronner (left)
With George Siemon right)
Me in middle.


https://www.grassrootsaidpartnership.org/donate/


@ROA

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Elizabeth Whitlow, Rxecutive Director of the Regenerative Orhsnic Alliance lives in Sebastopol. I would like to see her present at the 2019 National Heirloom Expo sept 20-11-12, :2019.

http://Www.regenorganic.org


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Rose Marcario, Ceo of Patagonia, is a hero of mine. I will be inspired to hear her speak at an upcoming National Heirloom Expo.


Farmer’s Footprint
Dr Zach Bush MD

1:01 pm
March 22,2019

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“What’s at stake is the future of humankind.”
Yvon Chounaird

1:01 pm
March 22,2019

https://www.patagonia.com/blog/2019/03/whats-at-stake-is-the-future-of-humankind/


http://Www.regenorganic.org

Thank you for joining the #EnchantedGardenClub now to allow us to support you



Zach Bush MD joins #EnchantedGardenClub



I have been watching the meteoric success of Zach Bush MD since we first met at ExpoWest years ago.
His product, Restore4life, brought me from 108 pounds and severe bowel health to 128 pounds, my normal weight. His new passion Farmer’s Footprint is a film project I want to help through my #PlantYourDreamBlog.

I highly recommend the archive recording of the Climate Day at expoWest where he dialogued with Patagonia founder Yvon Chounaird in the keynote at the end of the video.





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