I was interviewed by the Americus Times-Recorder yesterday. I noted Koinonia Farm, where we’re currently doing some research, has a perma-culture. (This is a design system for sustainable human habitats that work in harmony with nature to provide an abundance for all our needs. For instance, Konoinia’s perma-culture has fruit trees, berries, gardens, pastured livestock… all working together in a closed, organic eco-system. People from all over the country come to Koinonia to learn about perma-culture. I told the reporter that when we get to the White House, one of the first things we’ll do is tear out the toxic, chemically-treated green lawn (the one that’s polluting the groundwater) and put in an organic perma-culture. And we’ll ask many Americans to do the same. Note: Koinonia is a Christian cooperative farming community located in rural Sumter County, Georgia. It was started in the 1940s.