1. Prophecy Eye of the Storm

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    Prophecy Eye of the Storm | ww-080813 Prophecy Eye of the Storm on Battle lines moving on the front lines in America from spies, food survival, China threatens Pestilence of Bird Flu, and Pension Pandemonium. These issue’s and more make up the case of America’s Hope where the bread of adversity and water of affliction has surely come calling. Battle Lines Key Words: Prophecy Eye of the Storm, Philippines, South china sea, China, urban homestead, sustainability, food production, organic, food survival, Bird Flu, H7N9,Plague, Pestilence, Modern morality, Detroit, pension pandemic, My Hope America, Billy Graham, America, warn radio, watchman, warrior, prophecy news, current events The Truth According to Obama: “We’d be much better off. And it’s not like we don’t have to cut our deficits. As a share of the economy, we’ve cut our deficits by nearly half since I took office. Half. And they’re projected to go down even further, but there’s a right way to do it and a wrong way to do it. And we should do it in a way that actually helps middle-class families instead of hurts them.” --Obama speaking in Tennessee source-http://www.wnd.com/2013/08/obama-style-management/ The Real Truth and Nothing but the Truth: Response to Obama: How is this possible? The economy is not growing under five years in the Obamanation. And the deficit has increase more than $1 trillion per year under his watch – with no end in sight. In fact, when anyone suggests the slightest, most meager cut or even a freeze in government spending, Obama has a hissy fit and insists any such effort would cripple the economy he has already crippled. -- Joseph Farah in response to Obama’s latest quotes, seen above ; source-ibid Tonight's Scripture: Psa_91:3 Surely he shall deliver thee from the snare of the fowler, and from the noisome pestilence[a destroying murrain{lit. death}, pestilence{epidemic, virus}, plague{outbreak, disease,infection }]. Psa_91:6 Nor for the pestilence that walketh in darkness; nor for the destruction that wasteth at noonday. Biblical resources on the WIBR/WARN sites: www.warn-usa.com, www.warn-radio.com, www.wingswatchman.org, www.warn-usa.com/watchman-network/ www.ddayforamerica.com www.dday4america.com

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    • Séminaire agroécologie 03/05/2012: Agronomy and the challenges of food production / John R Porter

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      Animation scientifique "Agroécologie - Intensification écologique des systèmes de culture" (Montpellier) agropolis.fr/agronomie/animation-scientifique-agroecologie.php Séminaire du 03-05-2012 : Agronomy and the challenges of food production / John R Porter (Professor of Agricultural Systems Ecology, University of Copenhagen Denmark, Associate Editor-in-Chief EJA and Coordinating Lead Author for IPCC) Date: 03-05-2012 John Porter will present his ideas on agronomy as the ecological science of food production. Agronomy needs to be be reinvented to play its crucial role in solving inter-linked problems that include food production and demand and emissions of GHG. He will present some new ideas and concepts with examples to show how agronomy can help in the challenge of the ecological intensification of food production.

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      • Slicing & Dicing Our Way to New Jobs & Economic Opportunities

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        This webinar examines how two New York counties supported the development of food processing facilities to help farmers expand their businesses and create jobs and opportunities for residents.

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        • For What it's Worth, Milk a Goat

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          In order to achieve one of his life goals, Zaak Robichaud has to “Own goats and milk them for what they are worth.” He doesnʼt particularly like animals, but he has a mild fascination and respect for them. He finds himself in Guatemala with the perfect opportunity to make this goal a reality. And he could use the milk for his two young children. With two goats and their kids now parked in his back yard, he has to learn how to care for them and start milking them for what they are worth. Caring for goats presents many surprises and challenges from build- ing equipment to avoiding strangulation and battling parasites. As time wears on, Zaak discovers that keeping goats is just as enriching as the milk they pro- duce, if not more so. Zaak recalls growing up on a homestead in Canada where his father kept goats as he himself faces some of the same challenges that his father did. For What itʼs Worth, Milk a Goat presents a romantic view of agrarian life in the highlands of Central America. The film also journeys to a goat farm and cheesery in New Brunswick where old French recipes are used to create exquisite cheeses. In a world drifting further away from participatory food production, relying in- stead on large corporations to feed us, this film asks “What do we lose by giving up our responsibility to produce food?"

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          • The BBC's Mud Sweat and Tractors - The Story of Agriculture: Beef

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            Screened on the 21st of August 2012 this BBC program does a brilliant job of explaining the history of the Hereford cattle we breed here at West Town Farm.

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            • Impacts of different policy and land use scenarios on hill farming incomes

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              pan SRUC seminar by Claire Morgan-Davies, SRUC on 5th of December 2013. Farming in the hills has always been a fragile business, dependent on economic support and vulnerable to policy changes. With recent changes in policy orientations and the wider food production debate, the sustainability of hill farming in Scotland needs to be investigated. The talk presents results from a modelling exercise, which explores the impacts of a series of alternative scenarios for hill farming on farm incomes and land use.

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              • s18 Strengthening Community Engagement in Local Food Production and Distribution

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                The Healthy People 2011 conference is dedicated to bringing food back into view. Come back to the table and learn from lifestyle medicine experts about where our food comes from and how it affects our personal, social, economic and environmental health! Healthy People 2011 features these and other world-class presenters on topics crucial to improving our nutrition, our health, and the U.S. food system! Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn Director, Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute Ending the Coronary Artery Disease Epidemic (author of Prevent & Reverse Heart Disease) Dr. Harold Goldstein Executive Director, California Center for Public Health Advocacy The Role of Public Policy in Changing the Food and Beverage Environment Dr. Loel Solomon Vice President, Community Health, Kaiser Permanente The High Cost of Cheap Food Jeffrey Smith President & Founder, Institute for Responsible Technology The Impact of Food Choice: Health Dangers of Genetically Modified Foods Keith Fentonmiller Senior Attorney, Federal Trade Commission Food Marketing to Children and Adolescents: the FTC’s Perspective Healthy People is the premier conference on lifestyle and chronic disease! March 8-9, 2011

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                • Environmental Stories to Watch in 2011

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                  Jonathan Lash, president of the World Resources Institute, outlines the top environmental stories to watch in 2011. For more information, including an audio transcript, PowerPoint slide deck and Twitter archive visit: http://www.wri.org/stories/2011/01/environmental-stories-watch-2011

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                  • East Lansing Food Co-op TV Ep. 31: The Garden Project

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                    The Ingham County Land Bank is one of several groups here in Lansing, MI working to address the issues that surround sustainable local food production, and they accomplish this in a variety of ways. Whether through partnering with the Greater Lansing Food Bank and the Lansing Roots program, or helping to repurpose flood plain land into urban gardens, the ICLB's Garden Project is all about finding new ways to empower local folks through settings that encourage locally-based food production. In some cases, these urban gardens exist in what was formerly designated a food desert, and as such, the Garden Project is also working to alleviate issues of local food justice. Join me as I spend a couple days with a few of the folks that have helped make the Garden Project what it is today!

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                    • HONEY BEES - POLLINATORS - Great Outdoors -- MenthaGroup

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                      HONEY BEES and Fruit Tree Pollination - Food Production - Fruit and Vegetables - Flower Pollination - Orchard Pollination - Habitat Destruction - Pesticides - Neonicotinoid - Hive Death - Presentation by Karl Foord, University of Minnesota Extension Horticulturist and Educator. Info about Honey Bees & Pollination -- www.extension.umn.edu/garden/honey-bees/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dY7iATJVCso Marla Spivak: Why bees are disappearing Univ of Minnesota BeeLab - Bee Squad http://beelab.umn.edu/ The Xerces Society http://www.xerces.org/ Helping protect our natural resources -- MenthaGroup Science and education

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