Grow the Earth. Grow Biointensive. Grow Abundance.
Posted on March 25, 2019
by John Jeavons
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Sustainability isn’t a new concept. For almost 50 years I have worked to create a form of agriculture that helps all people grow abundant nutritious food and fertile soil, in harmony with this beautiful earth. I know that I have been helped and…
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