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Local Food Requires Local Farmers

Today’s post features text of a speech delivered by Sabrina Lucero at the 2017 New Mexico State FFA Convention, where Sabrina took second place in prepared public speaking.  Her witty explanation of the need for local farmers highlights why recent food and health care trends are creating unprecedented windows of opportunity for careers in agriculture. To learn more about the ...

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Moving from Medical Professionals to Health Coaches For Patient Centered Health CareHeal

With healthcare costs skyrocketing, socialized medicine failing to deliver the services promised, disease rates climbing, and the public growing ever more skeptical of allopathic medicine, many believe the time for more patient centered medicine has arrived. Today’s guest blogger, Patricia Hernandez, MPH, MSW, CHC explains why Health Coaches can offer services that fill in the gaps between patient needs and ...

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Guest Post: Papers, Possessions, and Precision Agriculture in a Cloudy Environment

  Introducing  Cliff Love, of Profitable Growth Services as today’s guest writer.   Cliff’s background in private agricultural services in the Northeastern US contrasts with my own perspectives, gleaned from public agricultural and environmental research in the Southwest.  Yet our contrasting experiences have led us to a shared awareness that our sustainability is being threatened, not so much by technology itself, ...

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Guest Post: Defining the Word Healing by Dawn Cheney

Reasoning cannot be truly multi-dimensional unless diverse perspectives are represented. From time to time, I like to invite guests to share their perspectives on sustainable health, nutrition, and lifestyles.  Guests simply see the world differently than I do. I enjoy it when we arrive at similar conclusions taking very different paths. Dawn Cheney is an energetic healer, an artist, and ...

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