Native Woman Falsely Arrested & Tossed Naked in Jail

Native Woman Falsely Arrested & Tossed Naked in Jail


Buffalohair-Jage Ann’s Journals Collection 2 Story Teller’s Corner Buffalohair – Jage Press

Buffalohair-Jage Ann’s Journals Collection 2 Welcome






RE: Local Communities Dismantling Corporate Rule / part 1





Published on Feb 12, 2014

Community Rights educator Paul Cienfuegos explains how “We The People” are exercising the authority to govern ourselves and dismantle corporate rule. When small farmers in rural Pennsylvania wanted to say “no” to a corporate factory farm coming into their community, they learned they couldn’t, because it would violate the corporation’s “rights” and state pre-emption laws. So they did something technically illegal – their town passed an innovative ordinance banning corporate factory farming. It worked! The corporation left town. Pittsburgh upshifted the approach: Rather than define what we don’t want, define what we DO want. Their “Right to Water” stopped natural gas fracking in the city. Ordinances like this have been passed in over 150 communities in 9 states. Tune in to learn how this works. Episode 258. [,, YouTube channel “Community Rights TV” and]

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Conversations About Food Forests

Now where are my other links and at which of my blogs, about other Food Forests? 🙂

 I Had my own Ranch for 20 years! With Lots of wild food forests …. on 235 acres.

 Conversations About Food Forests


Douglas, I have question regarding what you use to maximize agricultural output on your polyculture orchard. Right now, I’m currently growing my own polyculture orchard edible food forest garden and I’ve already planted my canopy and fruit/nut tree layer, but I’m still not sure what I should use for my shrub layer or what I should use for beneficial insect attracting plants, useful flowering plants, and nutrient accumulators. TY

My family lives in the Southern California area so we have a rather short winter season and quite a long growing season. SoCal climate is pretty easy enough to grow food trees from most climates (temperate, mediterranean, desert, and some tropical). The winter is cold enough though to kill off most of the truly tropical types of food trees without having a greenhouse like I tried growing a young jack fruit and Soursop tree, but they couldn’t stand the winter cold and died off. So for those trees you need to protect them from winter frost until they establish themselves well. The annonacae family, Cherimoya/Atemoya (sugar apples) do well in the climate. But I have not fully utilized the productive capacity of the understory layers. For the shrub layers, I’m just filling it in with all kinds of berry varieties. Once that layer is complete I’m going to put in a useful plant layer like cowboy toilet paper (mullein), luffa for bathing sponges, soapwort (shampoo), hemp for a lot of uses, and then put in certain beneficial insect attractors to fend off the aphids that love to eat my leafy greens that I plant. One pest problem that we get are gophers which destroy many of the root structures of some of our plants. I don’t yet know if there’s a way to grid of them without attracting gopher snakes.

John, I lived in southern California, Granada HIlls, Hesperia (Hot Springs) in 1974 for a year. I travelled around the LA area by bicycle then north back up the coast to San Francisco, inland to Sacramento & up the interior valley to my home in Castlegar, British Columbia’s West Kootenay valleys. What got me leaving LA was a week of breathing difficulty/chest pains after bicycling extensively in San-Fernando valley, but its beautiful climate for great growing. First Nations of the region had huge oak forests & pinion pine stands with massive food security & climate control. These 2 trees replanted on the various Sierra mountains would draw the warm-moist ocean winds inland & condense moisture on their leaf surfaces. The southern California & now west coast drought is a consequence of colonial agriculture & invasion, without learning the lessons which 1st Nations were sharing.
Are you aware that frost must fall down upon plants in order to kill. For your Soursop & Jack-fruit, there may be hope if you site them on the south side of a building (for reflected light intensity) and protected under the canopy of a hardy bigger tree.
Are you aware of Havahart & other companies which provide live-catch non-injurious traps as well as smells which keep certain animals out of the garden?
I have friends who are cultivating carpenter bees as a non-honey pollinator.
How are you building your soil? Have you contacted landscape contractors to bring their fall-leaves, grass-clippings, branch chips etc to you as a free drop-off place?

  • Cell Phone Tablet Users This Is For You To See!

    We no longer have a Clear Blue Sky Folks! I know you have not looked up ward in a long time:( Or even look at real people in the eye much any more. You rather text them then even talk to them on the phone let alone face to face:(  Well a lot has been happening!


    Bear The Wonder Dog Gives This A Paws Up! Film Awards: “Look up” the Movie: Official 2015 Trailer


    Hey People! What about us? We like clean air to breathe, too !



    Dig out your black light and see the gleaming shimmer in the nights sky  along with other fibers . What is it is that glows like glitter?




    Why are they spraying us with Dry Red Blood Cells?

    Check in with Ann Little Running Deer ….. Wild Stuff going on over at her Blog! WOOF!  Now that’s  entertainment in Real Time!!!!!!









    So you are having your breath follow you for miles, in this long line before it then turns into a haze in the sky? Yeah Right!!!!!!



    Year-Round Mulching As Nature Does It

    Year-Round Mulching

Busy begrudgingly raking leaves? Blogger Mary Lou Shaw suggests Mother Nature actually has a plan in laying down her leafy blanket before winter:

    Year-Round Mulching

    Busy begrudgingly raking leaves? Blogger Mary Lou Shaw suggests Mother Nature actually has a plan in laying down her leafy blanket before winter