Future Pioneers, Who are they?

Next Saturday will be a super-special day!

25 “Future Pioneer” candidates will be put to the test. Do they have what it takes to be a co-author and collaborator for the book “Sustainable Food for the Globe; Future Pioneers, The Children”?

Can they tell tell us where potatoes come from? True or False: A bag of potato chips?   What are good bugs? True of False: Lady bugs are good for the flowers and plants? Bonus question: Where do butterflies come from?

Well, next Saturday, our Future Pioneers will go through a test of stregth, courage and stamina! Are they strong enough to lift 3 gallons of mulch? Do they have the courage to find grubs in the lawn? Do they have the stamina to push a wheel barrel?

Those are just a few of the challenges they will face! I have so many questions to ask them about Mother Earth, Water, Trees and more.

Do you have you have any challenging questions about sustainability that you want me to ask these young brave future pioneers? If yes, please post your questions in the comment section below. 

I wonder? How many pizzas pieces will each pioneer eat? Hum… I better prepare well for this pizza piece challenge.

Wish me luck!

Norma

Congratulations Callum! Well done Mommy! 


Callum, pictured above, was born with a number of severely dangerous allergies. His mother, Nathalie Newman, took this situation and developed solutions to deal with Callum’s life threatening allergic reactions. Her work has helped millions of moms save and secure the lives of their children. 

Now, Nathalie’s blog, “The Intolerant Gourmand” has been nominated for the Allergy Blog Award – Uk. There are 2 contenders left! So Callum and Nathalie need your vote.

I invite everyone here to visit the link posted below and vote for Callum and Nathalie’s blog the “Intolerant Gourmand”. I voted. Please vote and share. 

 http://www.intolerantgourmand.com/bg/allergies/606-allergy-blog-awards-uk.html

I am so proud to know someone like Natalie Newman, a dedicated young mother and true Humanitarian in the service to others. 

Nathalie, I am thrilled to count on you as a friend and collaborator on our forthcoming book.

Wishing you and Callum all the very best!

Norma ~ ❤️🔥🔥🔥

Who is Dr. David Chalk?


MENSA International acknowledges that Dr. David Chalk possesses one of the brightest minds on the planet today.  He has advised clients such as Bill Gates, Martha Stweard, Admiral Mike Mc Connell and Brian Scudamore.

Dr. Chalk is a living example of someone who has learned how to live and thrive even when faced with a number of daunting disabilities. He is a mentor and role model to many, including yours truly.

I met David during a workshop. What I remember vividly about that day is that how Dr. Chalk invited all attendees to keep in touch and be sure to contact him if we needed any help. He is a man of his word. To learn more about Dr. David Chalk*, you can visit his website by using the following link: http://www.chalk.today/


Sustainable Food for the Globe, Everyday People Producing Food in Abundance by Norma Burnson, 4/2015
“An Eye-Opener. An Inspirational book by Norma Burnson that offers knowledgeable and insight on the word and food sustainability.  Norma offers much rich information that will change your view on how we can sustain the planet. It is a real treat to read.”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Review by Dr. David Chalk

* Someday I will write a short story about how our friendship started on the wrong foot.

Welcome on Board Dr. Shellie Hipsky!


Dr. Shellie Hipsky is a dynamo. Her latest project has been the launching of the Inspiring Lives Magazine. 

In this book, Shellie will be interviewing her daughter Alyssia. When Shellie asked Alyssia what is her vision about the future, Alyssia answered something to the effect, a desire to work against hunger and poverty, but she also has to develop biofuels.

We can’t wait to hear much more from Alyssia, a Future Pioneer!

Welcome on Board Dr. Julia Scalise!


Julia Scalise, DN, PhD is a Holistic Health Practitioner and an expert in compassionately helping hundreds of clients eliminate underlying causes of health issues, discover ways to improve emotional well-being, attain a more positive outlook on life and find their bliss. In practice since 1998, she is a Board Certified Member of the American Association of Drugless Practitioners, American Association of Nutritional Consultants, American Holistic Health Association and a Physiological Regulating Medicine Practitioner. She is also the author of the #1 best seller, “DO ONE THING FEEL BETTER/LIVE BETTER”  
 
 

Every Drop Counts

I am so glad that your blog ended up in my email! #SFFTG ❤️🔥🔥🔥

Grappling with Sustainability

Hello readers!

My name is Regina Whitfield, one of the Sustainability House members for the 2016-2017 academic year; majoring in Environmental Science.

My experience so far? Living in a sustainable fashion isn’t strange or impossible, it’s smart and mindful of our future generations. The one aspect I had feared before living here happened to be water limitations (ie 5 minute showers!). Now that I’ve adjusted to the time limit, I’ve found that a lot can be accomplished in 5 minutes! Thinking back on my 10-15 minute shower days, I’ve wasted so much water for the sake of merely taking my good old time. Luckily, I’ve found timed showers to be a breeze.

Another task involving water in every day life is laundry. A decent amount of water can be wasted if you don’t set the machine to the suit the load. Remember to wash your dirty laundry to the appropriate…

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First Month Developments

A Future Pioneer in the making!

Grappling with Sustainability

This month the sustainability house is getting into the swing of things. As we come back to college it has been hard to develop sustainable living practices, which has shown us our base line from where we can improve. These past few weeks we have put into place systems for measuring waste. We brought scales into the kitchen to weigh the amount of groceries we bring into the house, and then to calculate the amount of normal waste we throw out and the amount of recyclables. With this we are hoping to be able to show that many of the materials we take into our homes or dorms can be recycled or reused. Plastic and paper wastes are the most common from a college campus. All of the water we drink from plastic bottles and the papers we write just pile up and we throw them carelessly into the trash…

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Welcome on Board Nathalie Newman!


Nathalie Newman has joined our group of authors and collaborators. She is the mother of two, a fantastic blogger and full of great ideas that she will be sharing here with all of us.

The Intolerant Gourmand, Nathalie’s blog, was created following the diagnosis of 18 severe allergies, 10 less so severe allergies, severe eczema and asthma in her young son Callum. 

Nathalie is well respected in the allergies and free-from arena for her fresh approach to working and living with allergies. She works as a freelance food writer, consultant and presenter, creating allergen free recipes for clients, and is also a qualified Nutritional 

Nathalie can often be found in the kitchen creating new recipes and testing them out on family and friends. She shares a wealth of recipes and information on her website, and offers support and guidance to those who need it most in the allergy world!