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Who's Behind Nature Culture

Meet Akubakr Muhammad Karim 

Abubakr Muhammad Karim specializes in developing organizational and operational services to non-profit groups. He provides business management consulting to profit making entities. Karim engages in projects involving land management, international research, health & healing, life skills training, academic instructions and social service delivery.  He is an avid gardener and writer of subjects on food science, community sustainability and spiritual awareness. 

Karim has spent most of his life assisting organizations in developing the capacity to improve their state of operations and strategic planning processes. His latest vision is to establish a “Nature Culture” philosophy and project combining multiple holistic activities, disciplines and environments where brain function is enhanced, body cells are renewed and individuals achieve greater awareness of “self”. He presently spends a great deal of focus researching the propagation of plants for medicinal and culinary uses.
Karim holds a Masters degree in Community Economic Development and lives in Charlotte NC.

 

Immerse into the Nature Culture Experience

A Series of Writing Selections By Akubakr Muhammad Karim 

July 24, 2017

Greetings,

It’s been a while since our last article on Nature Culture. Gardening work has kept our mind, body and soul occupied with the constant challenge of staying in alignment with nature and it’s Creator. The many semi-raised beds we cultivate all year round have been buzzing with growth activity. Seedlings we planted this spring have become full grown plants with flowers and fruits showing everywhere. Additionally, many o...

By Abubakr Muhammad Karim

Dedicating and visualizing your purpose of gardening is a wonderful way to begin.

Think about why you want to grow a garden. It can provide you with an alternative food source. It can help you to understand the unique connection between man and nature. You can achieve a level of sustainability that will enable you to extend your life and your family’s life. Even more, it can help you to become “One” wit...

December 21, 2016

Sustainability and Food Security
(Grow your own food)

Now seventy years young, I have been buying, consuming, selling, recommending and distributing health foods for nearly fifty years. I started growing stuff almost as long ago. Out of this experience, the one thing that comes to mind is how holistic life is made by the Creator of living things. There are so many facets to living until an individual cannot possibly grasp its t...

December 4, 2016

It is the last week of November and the signs of the fall season are in full effect. The leaves are turning the colors of red, yellow and gold. Even though we have experienced above average weather temperature here in North Carolina this month, leaves are tumbling down as they gradually reach their peak expression of fall colors.

We look forward to collecting leaves for our winter compost bins and mulch for our garden beds wher...

September 23, 2016

Okay, first of all, what do I know about economics?  In my opinion, everybody knows something about it. It is one of the formulated ways of looking at how we recognize the flow of resources used by individuals and communities, large and small.  Its root word is “economy”. Economy deals with a careful management of our resources. Yes, money has been one of the resources we cherish, but I am not so sure it has been placed in its...

August 26, 2016

Karim's “Super sauce”

Grown in our composted blend of “super dirt”, peppers from several varieties are made into a delightful sauce bottled for use as, not only a tasty culinary ingredient, but also as an alternative healing agent in the diets of those who seek wellness through natural foods and those who wish to eventually come off medication.

Capsicum is the Botanical name for peppers.

Capsaicin is the active ingredient found i...

August 26, 2016

FALL? Aw come on Karim…already? Yep! Say it and let the words roll off your lips. F-a-l-l. For those of you who are already “in the groove” and making ready for fall season gardening, this is just a small reminder or acknowledgement that some of you are very much aware of. For the rest of us, take heed if you want to grow food all winter.

It has long since been a goal of mine to be in sync with nature as I learned to grow my ow...

August 14, 2016

Sweet Potatoes Grown by Nature Culture “All Natural” Garden Project

  

(No pesticides and no chemical fertilizers)

Each year, we grow sweet potatoes then harvest and store them to eat during the winter. Besides simple starches, sweet potatoes are rich in complex carbohydrates, dietary fiber, beta carotene,(a vitamin A equivalent nutrient), vitamin C, and vitamin B6. Pink and yellow varieties are high in carotene, the precurs...

August 2, 2016

This article is the first of a series that will be about the 5w’s of “black to nature”. We will discuss issues and activities that are necessary to make a transition…, “back to nature”…while being black. Because there has been so much written and media film about living in the country and growing your own food, it will be easy for you to get an idea of who, what, where, when, why and how to do it. What makes this article and t...

August 2, 2016

We spend years trying to develop just the right relationship with the tomato. 

They come in hundreds of varieties, various sizes, shapes and flavors.

We like them raw, cooked, canned, dried and fried. We put them on pizza, pasta, salads, soup and stews. What is it about a tomato that makes it so appealing?

Lycopene, (which is said to increase when tomatoes are cooked), is the medicinal property that reduces the chances of heart a...

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