Increasing Nutrients in the Food We Grow
Press Release January 14, 2010 Dan Kittredge 978-257-2627 Increasing Nutrients in the Food We Grow *Growing Highly Nutritious Food* Workshop Series The United States Department of Agriculture has been measuring the nutrient content in foods since the 1940's -- vitamins, minerals, and more recently phyto-nutrients. What their studies show is a gradual and persistent decrease in these nutrients by up to 60%. Starting this Sunday at Enterprise Farm in Whately, MA (between Deerfield and Northampton on the Connecticut River), a workshop series organized by the ...
Green Disc Press Release
SIDS Partnership Launches The Interactive Multimedia Green Disc: New Technologies For A New Future Press Release December 16 2009, Bella Center, Copenhagen, Denmark United Nations Conference on Climate Change COP-15 Remineralize the Earth and soil remineralization have been included in a 40 chapter interactive multimedia disc of innovative, proven, cost-effective new technologies for integrated sustainable development, adaptation to rising temperature and sea level, and solutions for reversing global climate change. The Green Disc was circulated to all COP-15 delega...
Dan Kittredge Offers Hope and Prevention on the Late Tomato Blight Panel at NOFA
Dan Kittredge Offers Hope and Prevention on the Late Tomato Blight Panel at NOFA "Insufficient soil mineralization is at the heart of our vulnerability to plant diseases. Only through building sufficient mineralogical and biological reserves in the soil to feed the crop through extreme weather years such as this one are we capable of preventing diseases outbreaks on our farms like late blight." -Dan Kittredge, Director of the Real Food Campaign (more…)
RTE At RETECH 2009 Conference
RTE at RETECH 2009 Conference Remineralize the Earth Announces: 2009 RETECH Conference Las Vegas, NV, February 25th-27th, Las Vegas Convention CenterRPM Ecosystems Fast-Growing Trees The International Biochar Initiative and Remineralize the Earth "There is one way we could save ourselves and that is through the massive burial of charcoal. It would mean farmers turning all their agricultural waste - which contains carbon that the plants have spent the summer sequestering - into non-biodegradable charcoal, and burying it in the soil. Then you can start shifting really ...
RTE at WIREC
RTE at WIRECThe Potential of Remineralization with Rock Mineral Fines to Transform Agriculture, Forestry, Sustainable Biofuel Production, Sequester Carbon and Stabilize the Climate Remineralize the Earth (RTE), an international nonprofit (NGO) based in Northampton, Massachusetts has been invited by the State Department to sponsor an Official Side Event at the Washington International Renewable Energy Conference 2008 (WIREC) on March 3rd. President Joanna Campe and Executive Director Dan Kittredge will be speakers. (more…)