Permaculture Job In Paute

Working very hard Congratulations to the Living Ground Team for completing a successful two-week permaculture project in Tomebamba near Paute, Cuenca! The team built a chicken coop and house, a worm compost bin, a beautiful entrance archway, and an outdoor gazebo strategically placed for enjoying the stunning gardens. Microbe spraying was a must, and over […]

Microbes and Death

  Death is the ultimate mystery, but did you know that our bodies are home to trillions of microscopic friends that help us function during life? These little microbes break down our food, produce vitamins, and keep us free from infection. But here’s where it gets really interesting – after we pass on, these dudes […]

Uncovering the Microbial World: An Exploration

  One thing I have learned in my life is to question everything?   Things are not always as they seem!   For one to know or hold truth, one has to wade through a sea of lies.   As a Live Blood Analyst and a Soil Microbiologist, I’ve had the pleasure and honor to see, study and […]

How To Care For Microbe Compost

  This is not just compost!   This is carefully crafted, microscope tested Microbe Compost!    We ensure all the good guys are home!    We do not filter our compost as we care for the good guys!   Many do not understand the difference between our Microbe Compost and regular compost.    I will share that […]

One Year! Living Ground’s Birthday!

  September 1, 2023,  marks the one year anniversary for tThe Living Ground Project.   One year ago today, we took over our first microbe compost site.    What a year it has been! A year ago,  were expecting the gifts….a  Mighty Mike Compost Maker and Slow Speed Tracker …to arrive.  It was an amazing and […]

Microbe Compost and Regular Organic Compost: A Comparison

  Most realize that Compost is a mixture of organic materials that have been decomposed by microorganisms. It is a valuable soil amendment that can improve the fertility, structure, and water retention of soil.  Most do not realize the difference between organic compost, obone (manure) and Microbe Compost.  Here we explain the difference and why […]

Gluten Sensitivity & Glyphosate Toxicity & Microbes

  Let’s discuss the similarities between gluten sensitivity and glyphosate toxicity. I believe that many  who think they are gluten sensitive may actually be glyphosate toxic.    Glyphosate was discovered in 1950 by a Swiss chemist named Henry Martin. It was originally developed as a chelating agent, but later found to be an effective herbicide. […]

Leisha’s Writing with Mama Sea

Recently, I embarked on a journey to the Ecuadorian seaside.  The purpose was to write.  Living Ground is creating our education platform to share our knowledge and self-reliance, health and microbes.  We are creating courses on Microbe Compost, Growing Food and Medicine, Layperson’s Guide to Live Blood Analysis, Alternative Protocols, Kitchen Alchemy, and a comprehensive […]

Microbe and Soil Facts

  Soil and Soil Microbes…the did you know….. 1. Power in Numbers: Did you know that in just one gram of healthy soil, you can find more microbes than there are people on Earth? That’s over 7 billion microorganisms living in a space smaller than a sugar cube! 2. Biodiversity Hotspot: Soil microbes are incredibly […]

Thirty Reason Count Down

  With 30 days left in our fundraising effort  we share 30 reasons for our work and the action of our words.   The challenges couple with the potentials are the fuel that feeds our misson.      To understand what the project is, see this post! If we will have the wisdom to survive, to […]

Gut and Soil Microbes – The Connection!

We’re in trouble. Our over-reliance on fossil fuels and our taste for foods with a high carbon footprint is causing disruptive climate change. Our throwaway society has flooded the land and seas with plastic pollution. And we face a growing public health crisis triggered by the rise of disease-causing microbes that we cannot kill with antibiotics. Now for the […]

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