Dec 3, 2008

Soil, Life Source from the Source of Life

Last month my husband and I watched a show that we enjoy called "Day of Discovery" and they spent a few weeks presenting a beautiful series about dirt, soil, which plays such an important role in providing us with a source of life for both man and animals; fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes and herbs.

I am not being compensated for this post, I was so impressed with this series, that I wanted to share it with you, it is in keeping with the "green" thinking many of us are embracing, and so peaceful to listen to.

The series is called "The Wonder of Creation - Soil". In fact, there is a chance you can find the series if you visit this link and look for the title on the page, you can watch the series online, there is more than one part.


An organization called ECHO was featured at times, they work to discover ways to help underdeveloped countries learn self-sustaining farming techniques. It was amazing to see how they found ways to use things such as tires, and even soda cans, as part of some of their gardening methods. You can visit the site, and their "global farm" and other interesting links.

In the words of the late and wonderful Francis Schaffer on caring for creation, "If I love the Lover [God], I love what the Lover has made".


Image from organicgardeninfo.com, a nice site to visit.


Updated 3/18/16

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