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Toxic Baby, chemicals in our environment and there effects

 
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I relatively new to the whole permculture thing, but I'm a diffident believer. I cam a cross this Ted Talk that would make anyone consider what the put in their mouth that's food.

http://www.ted.com/talks/tyrone_hayes_penelope_jagessar_chaffer_the_toxic_baby.html

Just thought i'd share it with you all. I live in ag-country so this hit really close to home, as in one of the frogs tested came from a irragation ditch less than 10 miles from my house. How can you live in a environmental responsible way and have a healthy permaculture farm if your neighbors are toxifying the ground and water? I'm looking in to moving but where is safe?

I hope spreading the news and raising awareness will help.
 
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