Living Energy Farm uses no gasoline, no diesel, and no grid
electricity. The project is being built inexpensively so that people may
live comfortably, support themselves economically, and do so in a
manner that is easily replicated by others.
Democracy as we know it will soon fall at the feet of a
nationalistic environmentalism, a movement that may include the destruction of
the global poor among its methods of achieving "sustainability." If
the current rate of biofuels expansion continues, ethanol plants will be
using almost all of the U.S. corn crop within 5-7 years.