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Building Communities From the Food Up

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February 18th, 2013
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Politicians like to talk a lot about community building; it is a surefire appeal to emotion that we are all in this together and can work toward prosperity from the ground up. Naturally, the fine print is filled with government-run programs which are bloated with extra costs, special interests, and guaranteed to fail by their structural inefficiency.

In the independent media we often discuss the need to get away from fiat money and into tangible assets like gold and silver. While essential for those who have the means to do so, fewer and fewer people have the ability to buy even a few ounces of gold, since the savings account of the average American stands at around $3,800.

You might be amazed that the price of one ounce of gold can put you well on your way to food independence, or even help create a small business. So, let’s take a quick look at some practical solutions that can empower individuals and local communities by returning to the land, as well as taking advantage of new methods for to modify what “returning to the land” really entails.

There is exciting progress being made even in areas hardest hit by the current economic crisis. In fact, it might even be because communities have been hard hit that, similar to the necessary innovations in places like Greece, we are seeing evidence that people are transforming from a mindset of crisis avoidance and survival toward rendering the concept of economic crisis as irrelevant.

You might be amazed that the price of one ounce of gold can put you well on your way to food independence, or even help create a small business. So, let’s take a quick look at some practical solutions that can empower individuals and local communities by returning to the land, as well as taking advantage of new methods for to modify what “returning to the land” really entails.

There is exciting progress being made even in areas hardest hit by the current economic crisis. In fact, it might even be because communities have been hard hit that, similar to the necessary innovations in places like Greece, we are seeing evidence that people are transforming from a mindset of crisis avoidance and survival toward rendering the concept of economic crisis as irrelevant.

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  • Responder Dave

    Propaganda. Being prepared and building a community of local production mindsets is great and you don’t need gold to do it. Invest in gold if you want but just remember that when shtf, you can’t eat gold.

  • http://www.stickerice.com/ Stick E Rice

    Innovation often comes from need. Many things do. People do their best to come up with new, exciting things when they are at their lowest.

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