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Gabriel Howearth seedman co-founder seeds of change urgent need i

Posted by kalinda 7,9 (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 30, 08 at 5:10

Permaculture community : Gabriel Howearth needs help!! in intensive care in a private hospital in Puerta Vallarta/ needs help!!

Greetings, we have not meet, my name is Kalinda McClain, I am spending this week-end on a mission...trying to help a great Light in the Organic Seed Movement Gabriel Howearth..
His life has been challenged he was in a coma and is now recovering, but still on a feeding tube. His wife Kitzi and 2 small sons need the Permaculture /Organic /Peace/community to help raise funds. I am trying to get a web site set up to share his great work for over of over 30 years, so that everyone who is interested can learn more. Gabriel was co-founder of Seeds of Change, but that is not the story... the story is he and the Gardens in Mexico and his family are in great need.
I send you information about his crisis with a request that you might use your considerable skills to get the word out with your social network. We all know small amounts of funds can add up and Gabriels in need of funds to help pay his Hospital Bills and the expense for his recovery.
If you are willing to help get the work out would you e-mail me direct at
Here are a few links about Gabriel
Here is a link to a healer, who is trying to raise funds for his health care,
Karen Rae Ferreira she works with Gabriel Cousins:
Friends of Gabriel Howearth: nice recent video with Gabe where I found a link to you.
Giving Thanks to good health,
and hopeful to help those in need.
Please take some time to help Gabe he is such a gift to our mission.
Kalinda McClain

Gabriel Howearth
Botanist, Landscape architect, Seedsman

Gabriel's Convergence Blog

Founder of Buena Fortuna Botanical Garden, in Baja Mexico (3700 plant species of the tropical and dry tropical regions of the world), he is the president of Siempre Semillas AC, a Mexican NGO whose main focus is to preserve seed diversity by teaching and planting, Gabriel with his personal seed bank collection of a living geneology of plants containing many rare, endangered and exotic species of forgotten and little known food sources of great nutritional, cultural and genetic value he was an original Co-founder of Seeds of Change, the foremost GMO free organic seed company in the U.S. and half of the world.

Currently he is working with several ecological organizations in central and South America as well as he is available to travel worldwide to teach about Organic seeds and ways to preserve our genetic seed purity locally in order to contribute to the global change in positive ways.

As part of the many consultations he has done recently includes:

Professional Consultation for "Dreaming New Mexico" towards a food & energy self-sustainable State by the year 2020; an ambitious and well supported project, initiative of Bioneers with the participation of a number of NGOs, Farmers, Indigenous Groups, Schools as well as Governmental support.

Professional consultation in Southern Oregon helping organize local seedsman and farmers work towards helping its people in the bioregion become seed and food self-sufficient beyond sustainable.

In the early stages of developing a Polycultural- Permacultural landscape Design for state of the art Ola Brisa Eco Community in Todos Santos, on the Pacific Coast side of Baja California Sur, Mexico.

Some of his previous work include research work with Sonic Bloom sound frequencies and music and pyramid enhancement for seeds and plants with documented success written in very popular books: "Secrets of the soil" and "The secret life of Plants" by two famous authors/researchers Peter Tompkins and Christopher Byrd. The results of this research show how certain frequencies and music really works to greatly enhance plant grow production, yield, nutrition, flavor, and quality and germination power of seeds especially enhanced by the combination of the use of Mayan pyramid seed enhancers.

He has traveled around the world and worked with many indigenous people to develop and increase diversity in organic farming and gardening. He has 30 years experience teaching and practicing permaculture, seed saving, biodynamic and organic agriculture.

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