Totally wired

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1 March 2018 Anne Gastinger finds out more about the health risks of electromagnetic frequencies.     In 2009, Daryl, then 19, began a sales job in Wellington, working lengthy hours daily using his cell phone. Before long he started … Read More

Farmacology

Farmacology May 1st for the May June 2018 Issue By Stephanie Lambert Mark Christensen believes wholeheartedly in the power of heritage food crops to produce health – for the plants themselves, the soil they grow in and the people who … Read More

The sci-fi world of targeted GE

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Dr Heli Matilainen explores the lightning-fast development of targeted genome engineering.   We have rapidly entered the era of ‘next generation’ genetic engineering (GE). The revolution in this field is largely due to the development and introduction of targeted genome … Read More

Savings pools

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Organic NZ Magazine: March/April 2016 Section: Features Author: Frith Chamberlain Frith Chamberlain outlines a system that uses money in a fair and reciprocal way.   In November 2015 I had the pleasure of attending New Zealand’s first national ‘savings pool’ hui. This was … Read More

Local food and seed in Aotearoa NZ

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Organic NZ Magazine: March/April 2016 Section: Features Author: Rebecca Reider and Robina McCurdy   In 2012 and 2013, a team of New Zealand permaculture educators hit the road for an ambitious teaching and filming tour: the Localising Food Project. They found a … Read More

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