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"Mighty little force is needed to control a man whose mind has been hoodwinked; contrariwise, no amount of force can control a free man, a man whose mind is free."
~ Robert A. Heinlein

The Solari Report offers a rich archive of resources. After speaking with subscribers during our last few luncheons, I learned that many of you would welcome an introduction.

This Thursday, I invite you on a tour of the rich library of materials available with ideas on how to access what is most valuable for you and yours.

I will start with Money and Markets, including a report on my visit to Portugal, including the Tamera conference on water landscapes that brought together people from across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. There was much discussion about rebuilding the land and the economy. Please post your questions for Ask Catherine.

More in the blog post ...

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Jim Norman: The US Plays the Oil Card

Catherine has interviewed veteran author and journalist Jim Norman several times on the Solari Report. On April 19th, they got together again to discuss high oil prices, natural gas, and the impact of new technologies on oil. [See the blog post.]

Subscribers can download or listen to the MP3 file of the Report. A transcript will be available this week.

 

     
 
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US Opportunities to Study with Sepp Holzer

Sepp Holzer is one of the most experienced, self-made permaculture farmers in the world. He travels all over teaching people his wisdom. He teaches children in South America how to grow tomatoes out of the garbage dumps, goes to Portugal to create lakes in arid places or plants cherry trees in Scotland and Russia. His wisdom is also manifested in his home, the Krameterhof, where Sepp and his family live.

Foster and Kimberly Gamble Response to John Robbins Critique of THRIVE

They state: "Each of the pioneers in THRIVE were invited because their expertise in a particular area had been helpful in our gaining an understanding of the bigger picture that includes, but vastly transcends, their sector of expertise – or anyone’s political affiliation."

 

     
     
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