Biocraft In Kenya

Biocraft In Kenya

Post Views1159Working In Kenya Since October 2019 Biocraft has been calling Kenya home.  Kenya is a place of beauty, wonder, kindness and transition.  The wild spaces here have mostly transitioned to monoculture agriculture.  The electrical grid slinked its way to...
Agroforestry can feed the future

Agroforestry can feed the future

Post Views898Why Is change so difficult? Advocating for certain ways of being, growing, or thinking creates and perhaps limits ones ability to appear open minded.  As a result, terms to describe differences emerge.  Hippy, treehugger, environmentalist are descriptive...

Cleaning products part of a Dirty Game

Most Soap makes me feel dirty Commercially available soap, in general, does not arrive at your doorstep without being somehow touched by two powerful industries. The first being, The Flavors & Fragrances Market, the industry that makes you smell...
Basic Plant ID #1

Basic Plant ID #1

Post Views757Words, Words, Words A head swimming, eyes glazed over, ears-turned-off look that I see when a newbie hears botanical nomenclature, or latin plant names, is a look that I’ve grown accustomed to.  “Face it Kyle, it is a dead language for a...
Advocate

Advocate

Post Views749Please, Like Me! Check in on your social media and be prepared to be overwhelmed.  At least, that is a common feeling for me.  As international environmental and human rights activists, Biocraft is inundated with online media worthy of reaction.  Often I...
No Black Friday!

No Black Friday!

Post Views734IT’S BLACK FRIDAY SAVE BIG BUY NOTHING! We have reached the point in the year when materialism and environmental disconnect are celebrated on a fake “holiday”, better known as Black Friday.  This event is somehow so important that my...