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Jim PathFinder Ewing
Works at Findhorn Press
Lives in Mississippi


My Blog: OK, I Told You So: #GMOs A ‘Black Swan’ - #ag #blackswan #eco #food #ecocide
  Glad to see that Nassim Nicholas Taleb, the author of "Black Swan," agrees with my assessment published Dec. 31, 2012, that the expanded use of GMOs could produce a Black Swan event that cou...
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My blog: Sorry, #Southern #Gardeners, Insects Undeterred by Cold - #organic #ag #gardening #IPM #sustainableag
So, Southern farmers and gardeners, you thought that with all this cold weather, it would knock back the insects and help you make a better crop this year. Not so! Says an Auburn University profess...
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Some #farmers might look at this field and say, ack, #weeds! But for #pollinators, this field of #henbit is the Promised Land! (Photo by Jim Ewing, ShooFlyFarmBlog) #bees #hummingbirds #foraging #edibleweeds #medicinalplants
On Monday, on my way to Starkville to attend the Gaining Ground - Sustainability Institute of Mississippi board of directors meeting, I saw a giant field of henbit. I immediately pulled over and to...
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It's the weekend, so I must be cooking, right? Those who enjoy my blogs on bread making might find my latest experiment of some interest: sourdough pumpernickel. I debated whether I should write th...
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Dr. Elina Coneva, #Alabama Cooperative Extension Service #fruit #crops specialist, and Edgar Vinson, research associate, explain their research to grow #bananas in the Gulf #South. #food #localfood #sustainableag #Auburn #ag
Catching up, I wanted to report about some intriguing research I stumbled across regarding growing bananas in the Coastal South, while attending the recent Alabama Fruit & Vegetable Growers Ass...
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+Jim PathFinder Ewing I have no idea what I'm doing wrong but at the first feeding after the initial 24 hours the water separates and starts floating on the top of the mixture and that's that. 
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Journalist, author, organic farmer
Jim Ewing is an award-winning journalist, author, and former organic farmer. 
He is the Outreach Coordinator for the Gulf States Region with the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT), a nonprofit offering assistance for sustainable living, and its ATTRA National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service.
He is a member of the Administrative Council (Governing Board) of the Southern Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SSARE) USDA program.
Jim has been called "a pioneer in sustainability" and "a tireless champion for farmers and food" by Gaining Ground - Sustainability Institute of Mississippi. 
"Jim Ewing brought the environmental movement home to Mississippi. Thanks to Jim, an honest straight shooter on the side of doing right, the environment is no longer a four-letter word." — Gerald Barber, former Chairman of the Board, National Wildlife Federation
He is a 2013 winner of GGSIM's Sustainable Works Award for his leadership in promoting organics, environmental stewardship and sustainable living for the past 30 years.
His background as a writer and editor at The Clarion-Ledger, the state’s largest newspaper, has earned him a reputation as a well-respected journalist. 
When not teaching farmers and would-be farmers how to grow sustainably using organic growing methods, Jim is a workshop leader, inspirational speaker and author in the fields of mind-body medicine and eco-spirituality. Writing as Jim PathFinder Ewing, he is the author of six books (Findhorn Press) on mindfulness and alternative health, published in English, French, German, Russian and Japanese. 
An invited presenter at Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, Jim will again be teaching a class as guest faculty in October, 2014. See 
His books:
"Conscious Food: Sustainable Growing, Spiritual Eating" (2012)
"Dreams of the Reiki Shaman: Expanding Your Healing Power" (2011)
"Reiki Shamanism: A Guide to Out-of-Body Healing" (2008)
"Healing Plants & Animals from a Distance: Curative Principles and Applications" (2007)
"Finding Sanctuary in Nature: Simple Ceremonies in the Native American Tradition for Healing Yourself and Others" (2007)
"Clearing: A Guide to Liberating Energies Trapped in Buildings and Lands" (2006).
For more, see his website:
Twitter: @EdiblePrayers and @OrganicWriter

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flow: Fat Red Cat

flow. Thursday, August 18, 2011. Fat Red Cat. Piemontite gemstone pigment on Arches 140# paper. Copyright 2011 Annette Waya Ewing, All Right