New Life at One World Center: Growing Seedlings

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New Life at One World Center: Growing Seedlings

In the age of consumerism, we have a habit of buying something when we have a need. It makes sense to just run out and get it immediately. That same [...]

Mark Covington & Georgia Street Community Collective

For many years now, One World Center has been working with Mark Covington and his non-profit organization, Georgia Street Community Collective (GSCC) [...]

Poverty: What Does That Really Mean?

Poverty is a construct. The poverty of today is not the same poverty of 100 years ago. Why? The reason is fairly simple: what is considered as [...]

Cows Save The Planet

“They say farmers need a safety net. I think the soil should be our safety net. If you add up the dollar figure for improved health, carbon [...]

A No-Maintenance Garden: Edible Forest Gardens

An Edible Forest Garden, or Food Forest, is a low maintenance sustainable area with a collection of edible plants, shrubs and trees designed to mimic [...]

Seed: The Untold Story

“An organic farmer is the best peacemaker today, because there is more violence, more death, more destruction, more wars, through a violent [...]

Why Go Organic?

In a nutshell, food labeled as "organic" is produced naturally without: chemicals, synthetic fertilizer or pesticides, and genetically modified [...]

The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind

“If you want to make it, all you have to do is try” - William Kamkwamba [...]

The Trap of Poverty

The United States is among the richest countries in the world but around 34 million people struggle with poverty, according to the US Census Bureau. [...]

Stuffed and Starved: The Hidden Battle for the World Food System

“Unless you are a corporate food executive, the food system isn't working for you. If you are one of the world's rural poor dependent on agriculture [...]