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  1. The One Straw Revolution (Part 2)


    from Armin Mitt / Liked

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    Inspired by the Masanobu Fukuoka Book "The One Straw Revolution" Filming: Jorma Suumann Camera: 550D Edit: Armin Mitt Music: Adragante - Tha Aran Boat 2

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    • The One Straw Revolution (Part 1)


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      Inspired by the Masanobu Fukuoka Book "The One Straw Revolution" Music: Christoph Burghardt - Murderer In The Rain Jose Travesio - About Memories And Deception Camera:…

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      • The One Straw Revolution


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        Watch Beyond 50's book trailer on "The One Straw Revolution" that is narrated by the book's editor Larry Korn. In 1973, he was under the tutelage of his Sensei (teacher), Masanobu…

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        • The World we Plant


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          A month in the garden. A month in Nature. A month in Community. A month of Learning and Sharing. With our world in transition and our economy in transformation, reflecting on our interaction with…

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          • Permaculture


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            Permaculture is the philosophy and practice of sustainable living. This documentary presents the ideology's 14 principles. Agricultural systems are designed to mimic Mother Nature. Subsistence…

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            • Bagging Munros


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              Filmed over two days walking in May 2013. The hills walked were Cruach Ardrain, Beinn Tulaichean and Gairich. Filmed on the very cheap and cheerful Kodak Playsport. Music by David Lohstana, "Cerises"…

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              • Munro


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                Dur: 15:40 Cast: David Hayman & Jamie Michie BBC Film Network | Scottish Screen | The Lighthouse Encounters 2009 Palm Springs International Film Festival 2010

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                • Permaculture In 3 Minutes - Regenerative Leadership Institute


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                  Permaculture is a sustainable design rooted in the observation of natural patterns and applicable to every aspect of our lives. Learn more in three short minutes with this fast video and be sure…

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                  • A Sense of Place - #1: Argyll Forest Park


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                    The First in a series of short films, aiming to give viewers an intimate view of wild habitats across the U.K, without the use of narration or a definitive plot, allowing viewers to take what they…

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                    • Genesis Bikepacking


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                      A pair of mountain bikes. A bunch of frame bags. A couple of GoPro cameras. The rumour of a bothy. A map. All we needed was a plan. But we don't like plans. We like adventures. Plans are restrictive.…

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                      • cannondale 40th anniversary


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                        • The Rapha Continental — Builders: Dave Yates


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