At the Epicenter is on a mission to educate, inspire and mobilize entrepreneurs and business leaders by cultivating action-orientated community among leaders in natural, organic and sustainable business. By working with influential underwriters that are focusing resources on impacts for the benefit of our ...

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By Timothy LaSalle, Ph.D., Co-founder, Regenerative Agriculture Initiative, Chico State and Speaker at the Regenerative Earth Summit: Food + Climate + Culture, Nov. 6-7, 2017 Regenerative agriculture is an approach to food and farming systems that works with nature’s rhythms in ways to feed ...

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By Elizabeth Candelario, Managing Director, Demeter USA and Speaker at Regenerative Earth Summit: Food + Climate + Culture, Nov. 6-7, 2017 Why we must change the way we farm to change the projectory of climate change. “A truly regenerative agriculture is one in which ...

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By Melody Meyer (Posted with permission from OrganicMattersblog.com ) It was a rollicking time for organic in D.C. last week. The Senate AG Committee held a hearing on global & local markets, specialty crops, and organics as they relate to the next Farm Bill. ...

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By Victoria Kindred Keziah (reprinted with permission from author. First published by Triple Pundit) Lately I’ve been swept up in the startup fever that has captured the imagination of my town and many like it, all hoping for a taste of what Silicon Valley ...

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By Gerry Valentine  (Reprinted with permission from Author; first published in Conscious Company Magazine A few weeks ago, I overheard an exchange between a mother and daughter that held an important lesson for conscious business leaders. We were standing in a supermarket in front ...

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By John Roulac (reprinted with permission from author via EcoWatch) Many of us are now choosing to eat holistically grown foods. We want: • more nutrition from our food. • to avoid toxic pesticides and GMOs. • to create safer conditions for farmers and rural ...

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By Hunter Lovins (re-published with permission from The Guardian) A shift to the sharing economy, millennials shunning private car and home ownership, a saturation of consumerism – is a new economic narrative emerging? Prosperity. Every segment of society seeks it, but ask what it ...

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By Seana Steffen, Ph.D. Uncertainty is a hallmark of the 21st century. As we envision the possibility of global equilibrium and collective wellbeing, we are challenged to confront the reality of having exceeded the limits to growth. With that, sustainability has become an ethical ...

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By Steven Hoffman What is the cost of preventing global warming? Not that expensive, really, if one considers switching to widely available and inexpensive organic farming practices, says Rodale Institute in a landmark White Paper published in May 2014. In fact, says Rodale after ...

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By Brook Eddy I wish I could say I learned to take risks on a summer night with mushrooms as my guide, or traveling on the night train in India with a risk guru. But, really, it was business that forced me to drop ...

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