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The Dalsland canal consists of a string of large and small lakes, coves, fjords and bi-links that are bound together by about 12 km of dug / exploded canal. The total length of the lake system is about 250 km and extends from the western side of Lake Vänern, passing up through the Dalsland landscape, further into the Värmland landscape, up to the Norwegian border and into Norway. In the lake system there are 31 locks distributed at 17 lock stations. The fall height is a total of 66 meters. The canal is considered one of the most beautiful waterways in Europe!
(NaturalHealth365)When it comes to advertising, it can be difficult to separate facts from fiction, particularly when it concerns the seafood industry. Packages of smoked Atlantic salmon that claim they are “all natural, premium, and super fresh” aren’t all natural or environmentally-friendly at all. Today, we exposed the truth about many fish farms.
Smoked Atlantic salmon products are made from salmon raised on massive industrial fish farms, salmon that are fed with processed feed and treated with medicine and chemicals to combat disease, sea lice, and other infestations. Claims that popular smoked Atlantic salmon brands like True North, Blue Hill Bay, and Ducktrap River of Maine are “all-natural” is nothing but smoke, mirrors, and hot air. →
(Natural News) There’s a serious climate emergency taking place, but it has nothing to do with internal combustion engines, cow farts, red meat, or Greta Thunberg. The truth is this: Big Pharma ismassively polluting our planetwith pharmaceutical drugs that, because they don’t fully biodegrade, end up settling in the freshwater ecosystems that we all need to grow food and stay alive. →
(Humans Are Free) The weed killer glyphosate — infamously known as Roundup — can be found everywhere: lawns, gardens, parks, soil, rivers and even in the rain (1). But household use of this herbicide is dwarfed by its use in agriculture. And herein lies the problem.
Over the past several years, scientists have discovered that exposure to glyphosate-containing weed killers is a huge threat to public health. And it’s a risk that keeps growing.
The rise of GMO crops — including corn, soy, and canola — has led to a skyrocketing use of glyphosate with almost 300 million pounds applied each year (2). Genetically engineered crops (GMOs) were designed to withstand this toxic herbicide, so it can be sprayed and kill the weeds but not the crop. →
Nestlé Waters’ proposal to take 1.1 million gallons per day from Ginnie Springs has drawn a backlash from conservationists who say the food giant wants to take publicly owned water and sell it back to the public, as theGuardian reported. →
(NaturalHealth365) It seems there’s no escaping glyphosate – the primary ingredient in Roundup, a weed killer manufacture by Monsanto. In 2017, the FDA raised alarm with a bombshell report acknowledging the presence of the pesticide in everyday foods such as breakfast cereals, honey and ice cream. Now, anew report from the California Public Interest Research Group (CalPIRG), reveals that glyphosate residue has also been found in a variety of common wines and beers sold in the United States – including those certified as organic.
There are growing concerns about both the safety and proliferation ofglyphosate, the active ingredient inMonsanto‘s Roundupweedkiller.
Those concerns are part of the reason that the city of Miami passed a unanimous resolution last Thursday banning the spraying of glyphosate by city departments or contractors, environmental groupMiami Waterkeeper reported.
“Banning the use of glyphosate is a great first step to take in improving water quality,” the group said, according toThe Miami New Times. “It is also beneficial to public health, as citizens of the city of Miami won’t be exposed to harmful chemicals.”
This was back in 2012…Geo-engineers are finally coming out of the “chemtrail” closet, as reports are now emerging about deliberate plans in the works to dump untold tons of sulfate chemicals into the atmosphere for the purported purpose of fighting so-called “global warming.”The U.K.’s Guardian and others are reporting that a multi-million dollar research fund,…Read more
Ontario’s Coastal Hiking Trail. Credit: RODMELL & COMPANY INC. After 25 years in the making, Canada has finally completed world’s longest hiking trail, known as the Great Trail or Trans Canada Trail. The path is 24,000 km (or nearly 15,000 miles) of connected urban, rural and wilderness, greenways, waterways, and roadways. The non-profit Great…