Videos

01 July 2019
In spring there are countless flowers to see. In summer there is countless fruit to eat! I made a lot of jam and it should last for a while! Got up early in the morning, picked a lot of fruit & veggies + flowers for the day! And I made a solid breakfast. One day, two people, three meals, four seasons...
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30 May 2019
If you have ever been curious about the essentials to seed saving, or maybe had poor success with your own efforts & could use a few tips & tricks, this is your video!  Melissa DeSa is doing some super important work with seed saving in Gainesville, Florida. She is incredible wealth of knowledge for all of us when it comes to saving seeds, especially here in the hot & humid...
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19 May 2019
Dr. Prabhakar Rao has been a SEED KEEPER for over 25 years, collecting indigenous native vegetable seeds that are on the brink of extinction. His travels have taking him to remote parts of the world where his interactions with the older generation of farmers has allowed him access to these forgotten varieties. Returning to India in 2011, he conducted extensive testing of over 500 such varieties...
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19 May 2019
An agriculture expert has cultivated rare, endangered crops on his farm on the outskirts of Bengaluru. Abutting the Bannerghatta forest, the 2.5 acre farm is the brainchild of by Dr Prabhakar Rao, a Phd holder in plant breeding and genetics.
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19 May 2019
Weeds are a symptom, not the cause, of a problem. We can observe weeds to read the landscape, deduce what reparative steps need to be taken, and speed up the natural sequence of recovery. Weeds can actually be great friends to gardeners. In any square meter of ground, there can be thousands of seeds waiting to germinate, but the condition of the ground determines what grows. For example,...
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17 May 2019
Trees -- such as those of the Faidherbia genus -- are planted in fields or pastures as natural fertilizer. Intercropping with trees on farmland has now become popular. In Zambiamore than 160,000 farmers plant Faidherbia trees in their fields. Farmers in Niger have been able to make 4.8 million hectares of land greener and more fertile, thanks to these EverGreen Agriculture.
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17 May 2019
You’ve heard talk about protecting endangered animals, but what about endangered vegetables? It’s a crisis that’s come about with the worldwide rise of industrial farming—many indigenous veggies simply aren’t being grown in great quantities anymore. Dr. Prabhakar Rao, who has a PhD in plant breeding and genetics, is saving as many varieties as he can, collecting and...
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17 May 2019
You’ve heard talk about protecting endangered animals, but what about endangered vegetables? It’s a crisis that’s come about with the worldwide rise of industrial farming—many indigenous veggies simply aren’t being grown in great quantities anymore. Dr. Prabhakar Rao, who has a PhD in plant breeding and genetics, is saving as many varieties as he can, collecting and...
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17 May 2019
Singapore is such a plant-filled country, so it should come as no surprise that there are plenty of places to get great plants for your home and landscape. However, sometimes you have to go a little off the beaten path to find the true gems. Terrascapes is one of those great nurseries in Singapore. Though not situated in a residential district, they are worth the trip just for the unique...
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17 May 2019
David Icke is an English writer and public speaker, known since the 1990s as a professional conspiracy theorist calling himself a "full time investigator into WHO and WHAT is really controlling the world.
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22 March 2019
We want to learn how to grow mushrooms! Sure, there are mushroom books and videos, but the BEST way to learn is to learn side-by-side with experts! Jaime visits SandyCreek Farm in Lexington, NC to learn from two mushroom experts, and all around amazing people, Brenda and John. They walk her through the types of spores that work in this area, hardwoods to inoculate in, mushroom growing supplies...
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22 March 2019
How to build a worm farm.
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22 March 2019
Take a sweeping 20-minute tour of our 66-acre Zaytuna Farm property. Throughout, I explain specific features of the farm, how these things came together, and why the farm was designed as you see it. If some terms aren’t familiar, we have included a detailed explanation below and to learn, even more, check out my Permaculture Masterclass series, HERE: https://www.discoverpermaculture.com...
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26 February 2019
This film follows a young bumblebee-queen through a year to experience the life of these little furry beasties.
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25 February 2019
Eliot Coleman has been making soil blocks with Fort Vee for decades—hear him tell why soil blocks made with our potting soil have been such an important part of his farming practice over the years.
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25 February 2019
This is the keynote welcoming speech from renowned organic farmer Elliot Coleman at the 2018 Utah Farm Conference, in Cedar City Utah. It includes a Q&A at the end and has magnified slides throughout the presentation for ease of understanding
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25 February 2019
Tools and horticultural techniques make up the best part of what makes a diversified vegetable operation profitable, but in this presentation, JM Fortier, will discuss how the design stage of any farm might be even more important. Gleaning for the experience of his own 2-acre market garden and that of a new 5 acres one, he’s currently setting up, JM will elaborate of some of the design...
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25 February 2019
This is Eliot Coleman's presentation at the Asheville Mother Earth News Fair in April of 2016. Eliot is a celebrated farming expert encouraging people and communities to choose locally grown organic food. He helped pioneer the movement with his first book "The New Organic Grower" published over 20 years ago. He continues leading the way, expanding the limits of the harvest season...
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24 February 2019
Make an unlimited amount of blocks for pennies on the dollar.
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23 February 2019
Many people in America are proponents of the organic food movement, and worried about the potentially harmful effects of pesticides on their health or the environment. In Cuba, farmers have gone organic for a very different reason – they had to. In this final instalment of our series “The Cuban Evoltion” Jeffrey Brown looks at food and farming.
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22 February 2019
Photographer Eva Verbeeck and filmmaker Spencer MacDonald spent three weeks documenting the lives of young farmers throughout the Pacific Northwest. In this short film, hear why the farmers were drawn to the laborious but often rewarding occupation.
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22 February 2019
Food supplies were dwindling on the island after Hurricane Maria but this family of sustainable farmers had their crops.
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15 February 2019
This tropical botanical collection is already exploding with production, in only 7 years after planting this impressive food forest! Meet Paul Zink, of Finca Madre, in Alajuela, Costa Rica where he is now producing up to 430 different edible species. We get to take you along on a trek through this mountainside landscape to check out what's ripening about this time (filmed April 2018.) We...
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