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Johnny Sparrow

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A community building activist, focused on gardening, DIY projects, holistic medicine, vegan cooking, and human rights. A resident of a community space called the Free Thinker House, where they sell kombucha, microgreens, and other veggies grown and made right at home. Passionate musician and a supporter of local art.
Packing up your things and taking a road trip is a goal for many adventurers and off-griders, but driving around a vehicle that gets 8 miles per gallon can be quite costly to the owner and the environment. A...
Winter is here folks! Which means 'tis the season for wrapping up in blankets or cuddling by the fireplace with a significant other! One man has thought outside the box and created his own DIY fire powered hot tub. Most households...
Scientists at MIT have pushed the boundaries of 3D printing by creating interactive living tattoos. Well, temporary living tattoos anyway.  They are stuck to the skin in the same way you would apply a tattoo won from a Chuck E....
Like myself and many others, chickens love to eat all day, at any given time of the day. A good chicken owner knows having an efficient, and protected feeder is of the up-most importance for healthy chickens. Buying a...
Walking into the grocery store, gas station, or restaurant, one is presented with a wide variety of food and beverage choices, but most don't realize that the majority of brands can be traced back to just 10 major companies....
Morgan Freeman is a popular actor known for his roles in movies like Shawshank Redemption, Bruce Almighty, The Dark Knight, and many more, however outside of his movie career Freeman has decided to become a bee keeper. Through his...
Buying and eating organic can get quite pricey these days, but what if you could turn your left overs into fresh new produce? The practice of cloning plants has been used one way or another for thousands of years, but...
Science just took another big step, creating a 3D printed reproductive organ that could potentially lead to a cure for infertility in women. "A true ovarian bioprosthetic", as explained by Teresa K. Woodruff PH.D., one of the researchers on...
Fluoride has been a very controversial topic among the American people for many years now, part of this divide can be attributed to the lack of court reviewed studies of the neurotoxic effects Fluoride has both on humans and...
Animal abuse amongst factory farms is a reality that is more common than many of us care to recognize. A Toronto based animal rights group known as Mercy For Animals, caught on film some disgusting acts of violence and...