Art Meets Nature – Opening of The Riverside Gallery and Natural Clothing Co. store in Snohomish, WA

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Snohomish, WA (PRWEB) September 29, 2011

What do a first generation American and a Polish immigrant have in common? Spending their early years in Chicago is a one thread but more important is a belief in the American Dream. “If anywhere there is still a place that small people can build successful companies, its here, [in America],” says Alina, owner of Natural Clothing Co. “These might be the hardest times in the last 30 years I’ve lived in U.S. but if anybody can make things go right, it is right here.”

And there’s no more beautiful place in America than here in Washington State, especially in Snohomish, with its snow capped mountains, rivers and farms. “We believe we found the most beautiful spot in the state, right on the Snohomish River. It’s so appropriate, that we opened our store here. An art gallery and natural clothing display – art meets nature”, says Elaine, an owner of The Riverside Gallery.

Alina and Elaine met at the class on raising chickens that Elaine was teaching through Sky Valley Education extension in Monroe. Soon they found they had more in common than the joy of chickens. For Alina, an architect by trade and Elaine, a former CPA and teacher, a concern about the environment and the well being of the future generations is a passion. They began collaborating together on several projects, art shows and online. When the opportunity presented itself to create a beautiful showplace which allows promotion of art and raising awareness of dangers of the conventional textile industry, the two motivated women took it.

Alina, bursting with energy when preparing her displays speaks of her beginnings in the business. She started Natural Clothing Company after learning that the conventional cotton crop is one of the biggest consumers of cancer producing insecticides and pesticides, polluting soil, waters, and damaging cotton workers’ health. Today, many people with sensitive skin purchase from the Natural Clothing Co.’s online store, seeking those soft bamboo and cotton fabric. The majority though are the people who want fewer chemicals to be used in our lives – the planting fields and their skin safe, as well as they want to look beautiful.

“We carry hemp, certified organic cotton, linen and bamboo. The fibers are made from plants grown organically without use of pesticides. The Natural Clothing Co.’s fabrics are plant, not oil derived resources, such as polyesters and nylons, so you can compost them once worn out” Alina, an avid gardener, says with a smile. “People don’t need tons of new clothing. But if you do buy something, buy quality; invest in timeless beauty and safety of natural fibers and help the planet. Our organic clothing is Nature approved!”

Alina’s counterpart, Elaine, the owner of The Riverside Gallery, is comfortably friendly as she walks people around the gallery at preview explaining the pieces on exhibit. “We have our current art on display and more coming in for exhibits. The works are by local and national artists. Our art is accomplished by old fashion methods without the use of projectors, Photoshop and other technological advances, except for the limited edition prints.There is a place for those tools in the art world but our goal is to promote art created with the feel of the old masters. Maybe with a nouveau twist. That’s how we envision our gallery.”

Elaine has been a professional artist earning money in the field at age 15. She won ribbons and awards by 18 taking her out of the amateur status at an early age. She worked for an advertising paper in Chicago, has been published in Melbourne, Fl, and is on permanent exhibit in public and private collections throughout the country.

The Riverside Gallery is a place for many visitors with lively activities. There is a gift shop in a making for those searching for a more unusual gift. There are also classes offered as well from degreed instructors with over 10 years experience in teaching. “Art exercises our minds in observation, science, geography and culture. Anyone can benefit from a session of classes.” For a little fun and mild exercise after a good meal, The Riverside Gallery will have weekend Ghost Tours on Foot that will feature the history of this quaint antique logging town intertwined with artfully done ghost stories.

How do they feel about sharing this space? “Wonderful,” says Elaine. “I love the fashion right next door, especially the relaxing beauty of natural clothing. I own quite a few pieces in my wardrobe. And it just fits with the space. Look out the window and you see the river with the fish jumping and the Natural Clothing Co. and The Riverside art gallery, it’s just a good fit… like a natural glove.”

“Walking through the gallery to get to my organic clothing store is uplifting” is Alina’s reply. “The art is different, some colorful, some poignant. It’s not the cookie cutter art we see so often now. It gets the creative energy flowing. So it sets my mood for the day and that’s good for me and my customers.”

The Riverside Gallery and Natural Clothing Co. are right below Todo Mexico, a beautiful restaurant with a genuine feel of old Mexico. With a deck outside and picture windows inside overlooking the Snohomish River, it is a relaxing spot for lunch or dinner. You can also grab a cappuccino at Java Inn at the front of the building to bring with you for your viewing of the gallery at the lower level.

There is no doubt that one can enjoy their time in this building alone. It’s a great place to bring your out-of-town guests, spend a day with friends or just passing your afternoon enjoyably in Snohomish.

The Riverside Gallery and Natural Clothing Company are located at 1101 First St in Snohomish, WA 98290. A Grand Opening is scheduled for Oct 1st and 2nd (Sat and Sun) from 11am till 8pm. After that store hours are 12 pm till 7 pm Thursday till Sun or by appointment.

You can reach Elaine at 813-943-7838 or TheRiversideGallery(at)email(dot)com, and Alina at 877-800-8878,


November/December Issue of Eucalyptus Magazine Now Available

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Los Gatos, CA (PRWEB) October 28, 2011

Eucalyptus magazine, the only lifestyle magazine that focuses exclusively on health, wellness and green living in the San Francisco Bay Area, has just released its November/December 2011 issue. Feature stories include pieces on eco-apparel, eco-cleaning for the holidays, and the annual Eucalyptus Gift Guide. The Grown Local department profiles the Straus Family Creamery. The Green Tips section gives suggestions on going green for the holidays. The new issue of Eucalyptus is now online at and available from over 350 Bay Area merchants.

“From all of us at Eucalyptus magazine, we wish you a happy and healthy holiday season,” said Michaela Marek, publisher and founder of Eucalyptus.

Clothing is a popular holiday gift, but the manufacturing process can have significant social and environmental costs. For people looking to support responsibly made eco-apparel, the issue features an article on businesses devoted combining style with sustainability. Amour Vert makes garments from “peace silk,” which, unlike traditional silk manufacturing, does not kill silkworms. Athletes will want to check out Greenlight Apparel, which makes fair-trade-certified athletic clothes from recycled polyester and organic cotton, and Good Gear, which uses renewable, chemical-free bamboo to make its running shorts and tees. Other featured eco chic companies use beneficial fibers like hemp and organic cotton, and even create new garments out of Goodwill finds.

People expecting company for the holidays will want to make sure their homes are spic and span. But on top of all the other stress and headaches of the season, who has time to do a deep clean? Eucalyptus offers a handy guide to Bay Area eco-cleaning companies that can clean up a house without dirtying the environment. While traditional carpet cleaning involves heavy chemicals and a lot of water, several local companies offer greener alternatives, such as natural enzymes, lower amounts of water, or hypoallergenic cleansers with no VOCs. Featured house cleaning companies are responding to consumers’ concerns about safety and environmental issues by using nothing but nontoxic, green-certified cleaning products; mapping out cleaning routes to minimize driving; and using carbon offsets for miles driven.

The holiday issue wouldn’t be complete without the Eucalyptus Gift Guide, a collection of gifts everyone can feel good about giving. Kids will love a huggable plush sea otter holding a sea star, and the proceeds benefit the Monterey Bay Aquarium. For stunning and unique jewelry gifts, Third Eye Pinecones creates pendants from cross-sections of conifer pinecones, inlaid with gems, crystals, shells, and fossils. Smartphone cases by Pong Research not only protect phones when they’re dropped, they also redirect cell phone radiation away from the head without interfering with signal levels.

“I love the annual gift guide; last year I took the recommendations and purchased several gifts for my friends. I am looking forward to it again,” said reader Monika Cervena.

Elsewhere in the new issue, a profile of the Strauss Family Creamery in coastal Marin County, the first certified organic dairy in western US, proves that California does have some happy cows. These bovines are fed grass or organic vegetarian feed and raised without hormones or antibiotics. Some of their waste funneled into a methane digester that powers the farm, some is composted. The milk and cream is all organic and non-GMO certified.

The issue also offers Green Tips on the holiday season, including giving time instead of presents, wrapping gifts with materials already found in the house, and using seasonal spices and oils to scent the house. Green Tips also air on two radio stations: MIX 106.5 and 94.5 KBAY.

In honor of the November/December 2011 issue, Eucalyptus is offering a subscription sale: 50% off a one-year subscription. Subscribers can get 6 issues for only $ 12. More info at

For more information about the November/December issue of Eucalyptus, or for information about any of Eucalyptus magazine’s products or services, call them at (408) 335-4983 or view them on the web at

About Eucalyptus

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HI*T GLOBAL LLC Announces Distribution Partnership With Two New York Distributors

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Washington, DC (PRWEB) November 11, 2011

Hi*T Global LLC, manufacturers and marketers of Hi*T, the worlds finest and most refreshing certified organic hemp tea beverage have announced distribution partnerships with two New York-based beverage distributors; McGraith Beverages/High Peak Distributing LLC of New York and Rocco J. Testani Distributors of Binghamton, NY.

Through these agreements, Hi*T will now be available at supermarkets, convenience stores, health food retailers and more throughout New York State. The partnerships come on the heels of the company’s recent announcement that B.K. Miller Company, Inc. Master Distributor of Temple Hills, MD., was selected as the brand’s master distributors for the Capital Region (Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC).

“We were excited to add Hi*T to our portfolio due to the large number of 18-24 year-old consumers throughout Central New York looking for a fresh new beverage that fits their lifestyle,” said Joseph Testani Jr., of Rocco J. Testani Distributors of Binghamton, NY.

“Mr. Newman’s talents for promotion and marketing combined with our distribution expertise will result in significant volume for us and our customers throughout the Tri-State Region,” said Tom McGraith, President of McGraith Beverages/High Peak Distributing LLC of New York.

Newman, who guided Riddick Bowe to the Undisputed World Heavyweight Championship of Boxing said of Hi*T, the WORLD’S ORIGINAL USDA CERTIFIED ORGANIC HEMP TEA BEVERAGE, “this incredible drink will soon become the undisputed heavyweight champion of iced tea. “The task of providing hemp tea in a can, and getting it certified USDA Organic was an awesome challenge. But now that this product is on store shelves, consumers have the freedom to sip a hit of pleasure at their leisure.”

Hi*T, developed by Amsterdam-based international businessman Paul Tisera is expected to highly benefit from the promotional, marketing and management expertise of Mr. Newman, who discovered it on a trip to Bermuda where he was hosting Alicia Keys and Beyonce as performers at the 2008 Bermuda Music Festival of which he was the Executive Producer.

About Hi*T

Hi*T, the original USDA certified organic hemp beverage is manufactured and marketed by Hi*T GLOBAL, LLC. It’s experienced executive team includes; world-renowned entrepreneur and humanitarian Rock Newman (; international beverage industry entrepreneur Paul Tisera; Entrepreneurial Restaurateur Bernard E. Brooks, Jr., and Public Relations/Sports Marketing guru Howard Dolgon. For additional information visit

Here are a few little known facts about hemp (for more visit

    The oldest relic of human industry is hemp fabric dating back to 8,000 BC
    The ancient Hebrews used holy anointing oils made of hemp seed to anoint priest, Kings and Prophets
    Unlike cotton and other fibers, hemp requires no pesticides and grows everywhere
    George Washington and Thomas Jefferson were hemp farmers
    The Declaration of Independence is printed on hemp paper.

The active ingredients in Hi*T are; Water, Hemp Seed Syrup* (4.3%) (Cane Sugar, Water, Natural Flavors, Acidifier: Citric Acid), Cane Sugar, Lemon Juice Concentrate, Extract of Green Tea (0.08%), Extract of Black Tea (0.06%), Antioxidant: L-Ascorbic Acid. Pasteurized from Organic farming. Hi*T will not produce a positive result for THC in blood, urine or hair tests.

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Benefits Of Sheep Farming

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“Keeping Sheep” as they call it, can be an excellent business prospect as you can start small and grow from there. With experience, you can increase the size of your flock. However, the success of your sheep farming business will depend on three basic parameters that include the choice of breed, their food and the overall management of the animals. Sheep farming can be very beneficial for a lot of reasons. Some of them are mentioned in the following paragraphs.

The economic advantages of keeping sheep are numerous especially if you own agricultural land or farms. Sheep rearing complements the farming sector very well as the feed and other supplies can directly be siphoned from farming. Even if you do not engage in farming and still own farm lands, you can enjoy various kinds of tax exemptions by rearing sheep. In fact, you can write off certain taxes on farm purchases and expenditures if you are keeping sheep.

Sheep as domesticated animals have some unique grazing qualities that can be used for maintaining or even improving the landscape of the land that you own. Their small size and preference for mixed diet makes them ideal for grazing on uplands. As a result, they are an excellent choice for preserving your land value as well as its landscape.

Sheep rearing as an alternate lifestyle is not only enjoyable for the adults, but can also be a learning experience for the kids. These small creatures, by nature, are very gentle to say the least. Therefore, this form of animal husbandry proves highly beneficial for homeschooled kids of all ages above 5 years. This is the very reason that sheep and lambs come under the 4-H and FFA projects. There is a rising trend in lambs and ewes being kept as pets with more people looking towards raising rare breeds of sheep for purpose of conservation and heritage.

Peter Stacey is a third generation farmer specialising in the sheep farming industry. For instant access to his acclaimed reports and products on sheep farming visit

California Medical Cannabis Compliance Lawyer Recommends State Adopt 3 Types of Regulations for Marijuana

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Crescent City, CA (PRWEB) February 18, 2012

The vagueness of laws governing the use of medical marijuana in California has resulted in a patchwork of local regulations and tensions with federal regulators. The confusion has prompted activists to search for a way to improve California medical cannabis regulations. Medical marijuana attorney Chris Van Hook proposes using 3 existing frameworks for regulating marijuana, depending on its intended use: pharmaceutical, herbal, or food/industrial.

Van Hook, founder of the Clean Green Certified medical marijuana inspection program, points out medical cannabis is used in a few distinct ways. Cannabis-based drugs like Sativex are prescribed by doctors in Europe and Canada as an actual medicine, and although they are not available in the US at this time, Van Hook believes there is a large potential market here. Patients also use cannabis as an herbal remedy to relieve various ailments by inhaling, vaporizing, eating or using cannabis tinctures. Finally, cannabis is taken as a dietary supplement/food/fiber crop.

“Each of these methods of use is legitimate and the uses are not exclusionary; in fact, they should be recognized and further developed,” says Van Hook.

The California medical cannabis compliance lawyer says pharmaceutical cannabis will most likely always be grown indoors. There will be very specific patentable strains producing patentable compounds that will help in the very specific manner for which they have been tested and developed. Regulatory standards for cleanliness, dosage standardization labeling and prescribing will be thoroughly developed, as they should be for that particular market.

“The expansion of this market will increase the number of people who will become more comfortable with cannabis. This in turn will increase the number of patients who will become comfortable with the other regulatory categories of cannabis—herbal remedies and food/fiber crops,” he explains.

Cannabis used in herbal remedies will come from both the indoor- and outdoor-grown cannabis production models. The regulatory constraints of herbal remedies are much less burdensome than the pharmaceutical regulations, and their use need not be prescribed by a doctor. Examples of this type of use include edibles, falling under existing food regulations; in pill form, similar to garlic pills or fish oil pills; in tincture form, like Echinacea; or inhaled in a manner similar to aromatherapy, where herbs and plants that are burned and the smoke is inhaled to clear nasal systems or to break up colds. The smoke may be inhaled or the plant matter vaporized to reduce the smoke intake.

“Under this regulatory framework there need not be any medical proof that it is working; there only need be the patient determining that it is helping them,” notes Van Hook. He says this largest category of use does not require the strict regulations applied to pharmaceuticals. The agricultural standards for the production, field handling, and manufacturing/processing of herbal remedy crops are already in place and successfully used to regulate the multi-billion dollar herbal products industry.

Cannabis as a food and fiber agricultural crop will almost exclusively come from outdoor cannabis production, which can support the larger volumes of cannabis required for the developing juicing methods, hemp fiber and dietary oils from seed production. Existing agricultural production, field handling and food processing regulations are already in place to produce and market raw fresh wheatgrass juice to consumers, and these regulations could easily be adapted for cannabis juicing, says Van Hook.

He says by properly placing the different ways that medical cannabis is used into the appropriate existing regulatory frameworks of: pharmaceutical, herbal remedy, and food and fiber crops, California will 1) widen and expand the market for all cannabis uses 2) help assure that the agricultural and small farm component of the industry is not overburdened by pharmacological standards and regulations, and 3) more accurately describe the regulatory frameworks each use of cannabis should be in.

“By expanding the regulatory categories cannabis can operate under, each category’s growth would enhance and support the other two. Each developing use would have clear regulatory guidelines that are already in place. Each category of participant could then be buoyed by the success of the other two categories and friction between the different types of uses would be minimized,” Van Hook concludes.

About Clean Green Certified

Clean Green Certified, an independent third-party medical cannabis certification program created by attorney Chris Van Hook, is an agricultural process review and certification program based on the non-use of synthetic chemical fertilizers and sprays, and the building of consumer confidence that their agricultural products are produced in manner that is both healthy and safe for the environment. Their California medical marijuana quality control programs also include Best Practices certification, which allows the limited and responsible use of synthetic chemical fertilizers, and compliance with Mendocino County Code 9.31 (the medical cannabis cultivation regulation ordinance).

Clean Green’s expert legal team also provides services that include: medical cannabis expert witness testimony; on-site inspections; medical cannabis compliance for growers and for handlers/processors/dispensaries; formation of grower collectives and nonprofit corporations; commercial leases; product licensing; contracts and real property issues; administrative law; and permit assistance and acquisition.

For more information about the Clean Green Certified program, call Chris Van Hook at (707) 218-6979 or visit


Chronic Ice Hemp Iced Tea Presents Hempful Facts

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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 28, 2012

Chronic Ice, an all-natural hemp iced tea, wants to do more than just quench consumers’ thirst for a refreshing beverage—it will soon quench their thirst for knowledge about hemp. The new cans, due to hit the market next month, feature a list of facts about the history and health benefits of the plant that will explode the all-too-common misperception that hemp is just for getting high.

“Many people are still under the mistaken impression that hemp is psychoactive because marijuana comes from the same plant. In fact, people around the world have used hemp as a food and a fiber for thousands of years,” explained Jamal Weathers, a co-founder of Greenlight Beverages, the maker of Chronic Ice.

The new cans of Chronic Ice offer a few surprising facts about hemp:

    George Washington and Thomas Jefferson both grew hemp.
As the Straight Dope explains, the founding fathers grew hemp mostly for its industrial uses (such as paper, rope and clothing) and to replenish soil depleted by tobacco farming. Before becoming the first American president, Washington tried his hand at exporting hemp. Jefferson was so committed to promoting the farming of hemp that he refused to patent his invention of a “hemp brake” designed to remove the fibers from the stalks.

    Hemp improves circulation and boosts the immune system.
Hemp seed is considered a “superfood” by many because it is so packed with good nutrients. According to Naturally Splendid, hemp is rich in omega-6 and omega-3 essential fatty acids (EFAs), considered the “good fats” because they encourage good cardiac health. Hemp also contains high amounts of protein, particularly globulin and albumin, two globular proteins used by the immune system to produce antibodies to fight off infection.

    Hemp promotes rapid recovery from injury and diseases.
The 3:1 ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 EFAs found in hemp seeds is considered just about ideal for health, and the seeds also contain all 20 known amino acids. These nutritional benefits promote cellular repair, helping speed recovery, says Pure Healing Foods.

    Hemp lowers cholesterol and blood pressure.
The University of Maryland Medical Center explains that having the right balance of EFAs can help reduce cholesterol levels and lower blood pressure. While the average American diet contains an unhealthy ratio of 14 to 25 times more omega-6 than omega-3 EFAs, hemp seeds contain a ratio considered even better than the usually recommended 4:1.

    The first US flag was sewn out of hemp by Betsy Ross.
According to an article by one of Ross’s descendants, Betsy Ross met George Washington at church and became his personal tailor. Washington approached her with a design for a flag, and she used durable hemp fabric to sew together the thirteen red and white stripes and thirteen stars of the first American flag.

“The new Chronic Ice cans help people rediscover the amazing benefits and history of hemp,” said Weathers.

Chronic Ice is a health tea and the nation’s first premium hemp beverage. It is made with organic sugar cane, whole-leaf green tea, black tea and hemp seed. Each serving of the antioxidant-rich, healthy tea is free of preservatives and high-fructose corn syrup.

The Lemon Classic flavor of Chronic Ice is now available in stores around California, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington State, Washington D.C. and Florida. Two new flavors of Chronic Ice hemp iced tea will be introduced next month: The Grape Escape and Peach Perfection. Greenlight Beverages will simultaneously launch its first soda, Chronic Ice Ginger Ale, made with real ginger extract, cane sugar and hemp seed powder.

For more information about hemp seed, Chronic Ice health tea or Greenlight Beverages, visit or call (888) 557-3332.

About Greenlight Beverages

Greenlight Beverages is a Los Angeles-based company focused on bringing healthful drinks to the alternative beverage market. Greenlight Beverages is proud to present Chronic Ice, the nation’s first premium hemp beverage. Made with green and black teas, hemp seed powder, and pure cane sugar, Chronic Ice is the perfect alternative to the chemicals and corn syrup found in other drinks.


Wow Gold Farming Guide

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An Introduction to WoW Gold Farming

One of the advantages of gold farming is that you can get a consistent return on the investment on your time. The more time you spend actually farming gold the richer you get. Bottom line: choosing the right class is essential as the faster you can kill mobs the bigger your gold profits will be.

Another added bonus about choosing to be a gold farmer is that killing mobs can result in the occasional rare and epic items being looted; these prized items can be sold for hundreds and even thousands of gold in the WoW Auction House.

How to Maximize Your WoW Gold Farming Experience

Many of the top gold farmers utilize a secret gold strategy that rakes in even bigger profits. Here’s how it’s done: you can increase your rate of gold return if you choose a gathering profession that can mine ore, skin beasts or gather herbs while you are killing profitable mobs. Not only can you make hundreds of gold per hour by traditional gold farming you can sell your gathered items for even more profits in the Auction House.

Which Mobs Should I Farm?

Unless you are a skinner, always choose to kill humanoid mobs. The reason is that they always drop cloth that be be sold to players with the Tailoring profession. Cloth is also used to increase reputation with various factions and it’s used to create bandages for the First Aid profession.

Another plus to killing humanoids is that they have better loot tables and always drop coin.

How to Pick the Best WoW Gold Farming Class

If you are a new player to WoW or are thinking of starting out fresh on a new server deciding to play a strong gold farming class is a wise decision. A good strategy is to pick one of these classes, then level them up as fast as possible and use them to farm gold to supply your main characters and twink characters with money to buy them the very best gear.

Here are the two all-time best WoW gold farming classes:

Best Original Gold Farming Class: the Hunter

No other class can level as fast as a Hunter; no other class is as easy to play as a Hunter – especially a Beast Mastery specced Hunter. Just send in your pet and start shooting. This is why I heartily recommend players create a Hunter any time they move to a new server; they are the perfect gold farming class.

At level 17 hunters become even more powerful as they get a speed buff called Aspect of the Cheetah that helps them travel faster. If played correctly and with the right talent spec Hunters have almost zero down time which makes them the ultimate gold farming machines.

Best New Gold Farming Class: the Death Knight

If you have at least one level 55 character on any server and have purchased the Wrath of the Lich King expansion you may want to consider creating a Death Knight. Death Knights are very unique as they are the very first WoW “hero class”.

This class is perfect for gold farming due to its sheer offensive power not to mention they are a plate wearing class that makes them almost impossible to kill. Death Knights also possess great area of effect abilities that can damage multiple mobs at once. They also have impressive self-healing abilities that result in minimal downtime.

Like Hunters they also have various pets such as a ghoul and gargoyle which are loyal companions in battle.

Once you finish all of the Death Knight quests in the phased starting area you should have powerful blue gear plus an epic mount that will give you quick travel to lucrative farming locations.

Some Quick Tips

* Set your keyboard to auto-loot all of the items from a mob’s corpse
* Always set your hearthstone to the nearest inn to where you are farming gold
* Before you start a gold farming session, empty your bags
* When you hearth back to town sell all the grey items to a vendor and mail your valuable items to an Auction House mule
* Be efficient with your abilities and conserve your energy, mana and rage
* Carry plenty of bandages and health potions and use them instead of food to speed up your farming


If you don’t feel like sitting around in a stuffy Auction House trying to make sense of fluctuating prices and complex trends I highly recommend you consider heading out to the far reaches of Azeroth and start farming gold. Gold farming can be a very fun and extremely rewarding way to play your character in the World of Warcraft.

Farming Has Been Awarded Multi

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British “The Independent” 19, citing the United Nations World Food Programme’s report warned, “With the deepening global financial crisis, the world is at a critical juncture, there will be hunger in danger of losing control.” The report said the G8 meeting in Italy agriculture ministers in their efforts to “develop a common route out of this crisis to respond to world food problem.”

Food crisis due to “production unreasonable”

According to “The Independent” reported on the 18th, the Group of Eight summit, said in a report this grain, the world grain market to a “structural” problem, unless food production in 20 years will double, otherwise there will be a war and famine risk, now need to “intervene immediately.”

Reported that the food crisis has caused more than 30 countries and regions the disturbances, including Mexico, Senegal, Bangladesh and other developing countries. Recent report issued by FAO showed the world there are 963 million people suffer from hunger and malnutrition, about 15% of the world’s population; while more than 20 billion “hidden hungry,” can only eat very little food every day not enough vitamins and minerals, about 140 million children lack vitamin A, vitamin D.

According to German “international financial reporting” on the 19th report, the Group of Eight ministers of agriculture report that the current global food production to feed the world population far beyond the level required, but there are many potential yet to be developed. Led to nearly 10 million people are starving the real reason is that agricultural production is unreasonable. Currently more than half of world cereal production in Western industrialized countries has been used for feed, agriculture fuels and other industrial uses. Charles and Rural Development Institute Chinese Academy of Social Sciences researcher on the “Global Times” reporter that food security by the financial crisis become more complex, due to the recent food price way down, the enthusiasm of the producers produced contusion, for the next round the seriousness of the food crisis planted a hidden danger. In addition, the financial crisis of food price volatility, so that a more uneven distribution of food, but also to governments in responding to the policy dilemma.

Farming has been criticized abroad

19, according to Agence France-Presse reported, the meeting chairman, said the Italian minister of agriculture Dzaja: “must exist in agriculture to adopt more stringent speculation measures to control prices of agricultural products in rich countries can not be tolerated. Therefore, the meeting primary goal is to promote grain production capacity enhancement in developing countries. “

However, according to British newspaper “Independent” 18 reported that as the food crisis worsens, a number of countries to compete for the right to use rivers and lakes, while the friction and conflict are increasing, some countries have begun to shift to developing countries to buy or lease land for food production. Saudi Arabia and smaller Gulf states had with Egypt, Ukraine, Pakistan, Philippines and Thailand negotiating to buy or lease land, South Korea’s Daewoo Group, plans to rent the African countries, Madagascar has large tracts of land, lease up to 99 years.

International Federation of Agricultural Producers (IFAP) told Reuters news agency said Deputy High Fen, cash-rich countries, more and more overseas to buy or lease land for their own citizens to provide adequate food, this will lead to “second on behalf of the colonial “. She said: “People are worried that this is the looting of resources to poor countries poorer.” Charles and that food problems are properly resolved, will the financial crisis triggered by the deep impact of shocks to the entire international community. The unfair distribution of food, most likely to trigger instability.

Beneficial to the global food self-sufficiency in China

However, discussions on the food crisis, some Western media turned its spearhead against the Chinese. Germany’s “Frankfurter Rundschau” on the 19th that due to rapid industrialization, environmental pollution and other factors, China’s farmland is gradually shrinking. To meet the growing population’s demand for food growing, China is not only a large number of other countries to buy food, also Africa, leasing land, planting crops. Reported that the Chinese massive foreign buying of food and leasing of land, will exacerbate the food crisis.

The Chinese People’s University of Agriculture and Rural Development Institute Professor Zheng Fengtian 19, told reporters that while China is the world’s largest importer of grain, but grain prices in China have no say on, accuse China for food crisis is not justified. Grain prices sharply, aggravating the food crisis, more to the international capital speculation, but also some Western countries to start with a large number of corn ethanol project-related.

Feng-Tian Zheng said that as a populous country, China has been striving to maintain food self-sufficiency rate of 95%, to alleviate pressure on the global food made great contributions, but food security is based on the cost of low-income farmers received. Therefore, in the long run, to encourage overseas Chinese to lease land to grow grain to ease a way of China’s grain problem. However, the pace of China’s overseas development is also more conservative. Chinese farmers have strong viability, the ATM level is very high, both overseas grain to make up for the shortage of domestic food production, but also to promote local agricultural development and agricultural technology to raise the level of mitigation on the global food crisis is of positive significance .

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WOTLK Gold Farming – Inscription

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Inscription is a relatively new profession in World of Warcraft introduced with the WOTLK expansion. I was quick to try Inscription when it first hit my server, but wondered if I would ever make gold from this new and interesting profession?

For those who haven’t tried this primary profession yet, Inscription involves the milling of herbs to produced various pigments which in turn are then turned into Inks. Using a Virtuoso Inking set, ‘Scribes’, as they are called are able to produce a wide range of materials for the final production of Glyphs, Vellums, Tombs and Cards.

Glyphs are the new enhancements introduced with WOTLK and Scribes are able to produce a wide range of both minor and major Glyphs as they advance in skill. Major Glyphs tend to produce the greater enhancement when compared to minor Glyphs.

Glyphs are class specific and are much demand for those looking to enchance a particular characteric such as Stamina or Agility and thus sell for a reasonable amount of gold depending on supply and demand on your server. But in my experience it is the minor Glyphs that have produced some of the best gold returns on the Auction House. These Glyphs tend to be those that do way with the requirement for a particular spell reagent. An example is the Minor Glyph of Slow Fall which allows a Mage with the Slow Fall spell to no longer need the reagent of ‘Light Feather’.

This has had two effects on the WoW economy. Firstly, these minor Glyphs have increased in demand and thus command a relatively good price of gold on the Auction House. Secondly, the price of Light Feathers have greatly reduce in price. Light Feathers were always a favorite of mine to farm. But, alas, no longer. I guess the Harpies now sleep a lot safer?

Another Minor Glyph I have found to be in great demand is the Glyph of the Penguin which changes your polymorph spell from a sheep to a penguin. As Minor Glyphs have to be ‘trained’ on a daily basis and are allocated at random, it is a matter of chance if this glyph comes your way. This also reduces supply and creates another gold making opportunity for scribes.

Marcus Ty is a level 80 Alliance Mage of Stormwind and has written extensively on the art and craft of making World of Warcraft Gold. His tips and strategies are chronicled in The Journal of Marcus Ty – WoW Gold Guide which is free to subscribers. More articles may also be found on his World of Warcraft Gold Blog together with details on how to contact the great Mage.

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Use Grain carts in Farming

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Farming is the one of the most important things, it is not easy to get involved in farming easily it requires a lot of strength and patience and knowhow of crops. In the old days farming was done using traditional styles and equipments and in today’s world the farming is so much evolved that many of its work is done through machines and very efficiently and that also in a short period of time. The equipments nowadays used in farming are much more advanced and are capable of handing the tough to tough tasks. Farming nowadays has seen a lot of improvement in its farming process with development of latest machineries for farming with new technologies making it even more efficient and effective.

For example grain carts are used to carry harvested grain. This is the modern way of transporting these grains from one place to another place and grains in this is loaded form a combine harvester and this doesn’t even require a harvester to stop for unloading all the grains to these carts for transportation. In the harvesting season the most important feature is to harvest crops without damaging them. Tractors available nowadays are very powerful and have got attachments for anything related to farming equipments, different equipments can be attached to achieve different requirements. These machines are very powerful and can handle any daunting task easily only requirement is to have these machines in skillful hands.

Tractors are very useful and in farming it is an ultimate machine. You can buy tractors from the certified dealer. Tractors, when you buy them they don’t come with all the attachments and you have to buy them at an additional cost, as per your requirements. In the old days of farming what once required to have a team of animals and farm hands to accomplish particular task can now be accomplished with just one operator and this tractor. Right from plowing to planting can be accomplished with this machine and even the general maintenance can be achieved through this. Because of its versatility that it brings to the farming, it is of no surprise that tractor service on and off field is seeing a huge rise not in just one place but in the whole world.

Use of tractors has grown in many terms both on field and off the field. It is widely used for the purpose of planting of seeds on agricultural farms, replacing the need of farm hands to plant physically by hand. With one tractor one can simultaneously plant 2 to 48 rows at a time. With tractor you can attach Flail mower attachment and clear land all over the farm quickly and easily. There are other attachments too which can be attached with tractor and utilize it according to its work performance area.

If you are engaged into farming then it is good for you to have all the farming equipments and if you cannot afford new equipments you can always look for Farm equipment for sale.

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