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But I Like Blue Toilets!

August 28, 2014

Here at PowerHouse Growers, we’re ordinary people making an extraordinary difference through education, relationships, social responsibility, and by applying what we’ve learned. We come from varied backgrounds with very different opinions and ideas on how...

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When an athlete performs, their senses are intensified. They have trained for months, often years to perfect their talent. They have challenged and transformed their bodies and refine their senses through sensory awareness to achieve this. The athlete’s...

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Greetings growers! I’m Steven Kuzminsky and I’ll be writing for PowerHouse Growers as an Intern and Contributor. I’m currently a student at California State University, Chico. This Fall, I’ll be graduating with a degree in...

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In my last editorial article I discussed my thoughts on food justice and how this basic human right should be available to children to support their healthy development. Since writing that piece I watched the...

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Everything we do counts and everyone we touch is impacted. In this sense, it’s important then for us to understand who we are and what we value as we’re given opportunities each day to make...

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Though I was born in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil,  I have lived in many different cities through my life. My passion for the environment began with my parents’ influences. They both are biologists so I grew up giving love...

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The accessibility and availability of food across all global socio-economic levels has become an important topic of discussion when it comes to sustainability. We discuss at length the benefits of urban agriculture, the advantages of...

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pH: A Force of Nature

May 20, 2014

We may not think of the importance of pH in our lives and how important it is to our existence. pH is a force of nature and should be considered when choosing what we eat, using products...

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Is the generation gap widening? Could this disconnect be the attributing factor to many of our current global concerns? Multi-generational solutions are a great angle from which to collaboratively approach the resolution of issues such...

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I often find myself wondering if the global crises are really as bad as we think they are. Realistically, how am I as an individual to know the full scope of the problem having not...

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