In this video, we visit Josh and Abi Heyneke from Parc Carreg Organic Duck Eggs in Wales, UK. Parc Carreg is a regenerative farm that focuses on so much more than just duck eggs, and his approach to producing sustainable food from the land is such an inspiration. We hear all about why ducks are more suitable than chickens in wet areas, the role their small flock of sheep play in managing the boundaries, why goose meat is perhaps the most regenerative meat there is, the challenges of creating such a niche business, and much more!
Ken Gaudet knows a thing or two about living a life of adventure. He served in the 173rd in Vietnam before traveling to Rhodesia where he participated in cross border combat jumps with the Rhodesian Light Infantry. Then he served with an assortment of foreigners in South Africa’s 44 Pathfinder Company.
Protesters in Hong Kong fear they are being monitored by the local government and potentially by China, a country at the cutting edge of mass surveillance. So demonstrators have developed hacks to avoid arrest and hide their digital tracks.
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The system of barter and trade drummed up trust amongst neighbors. I own a plow, my neighbor a lawnmower. We make an agreement, I take care of the snow in late Fall and Winters. My neighbor will take care of my grass in Springs and Summers. This requires follow through on both ends. And when followed through, we now can trust each other to take care of these tasks.
Barter and trade between community folk will stimulate the opportunity to develop trust amongst neighbors. Bonds to be built. Connect with what we are made of as evidenced through ancestry, geography, genealogy, history, archeology, agriculture, methods of communication – our barter and trade system has the potential to greatly limit the need for fiat-instruments within the community.
Trust earned through trade.
The Pookie was a Light Landmine Detection Vehicle with Mine Protected Armored Vehicle (MPAV) features developed by the Republic of Rhodesia in November 1976. It was used by the Rhodesian Army during the final stages of the Rhodesian Bush War (1964-1979) for road demining tasks.
Troops of the Rhodesian Armoured Corps in 1979