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The King of Nepal – Joseph R. Pietri

A recent visit to South Africa by The King of Nepal has inspired us to resurrect our Bookshelf on the Fields of Green for ALL website. We will be republishing reviews of old favourites and adding new ones each week with our newsletter. So many of us can't even imagine what life was like "before

Cannabis and the Sustainable Development Goals

  The South African Cannabis "scene" has become somewhat of a circus of late. We are in that messy transition between a movement and an industry and the soap opera gets a new episode each day. There's new clowns, mother-in-laws, crooks, bean counters and mad gardeners fiddling with the plant and squabbling with each other.

The Pie-Eyed Piper by Dana Larsen, Trystan Mitchell (Illustrator)

The newest book from the stoned imagination of Dana Larsen. A modern parable with a hempy twist. Fun for all ages! The people of Petrolia have a big problem, they're running out of Goo! Will the Pie-Eyed Piper's magic hemp seeds save the town? Find out in this cleverly written and beautifully illustrated "Weedster Fairy Tale." 32 pages. Hardcover. Fully illustrated.

Marijuana Hydroponics: High-Tech Water Culture – Daniel Storm

Marijuana growers are developing high-tech methods for getting high yield crops. Marijuana Hydroponics: High-Tech Water Culture is an excellent guide to growing without soil. This book had all the information needed to set up a system using nutrient solutions in controlled environments. Detailed guide to methods of growing without soil. Marijuana Hydroponics contains equipment lists,

Too High to Fail: Cannabis and the New Green Economic Revolution

The nation's economy is in trouble, but one cash crop has the potential to turn it around: cannabis. ABC News reports that underground cannabis industry produces $35.8 billion in annual revenues. But, thanks to Nixon and the War on Drugs, marijuana is still synonymous with heroin on the federal level even though it has won