1. USC Canada’s new short, animated film will get you thinking about our broken food system. It identifies what’s gone wrong, and what we can do to rebuild it.

    USC Canada would like to thank Chris Mullington and the team at TV Factory for their assistance in producing the Story of Food.

    The Story of Food by USC Canada is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 Canada License. visit http://www.storyoffood.ca for details.

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  2. We visited Thorpe Family Organic Farm in East Aurora, New York where Gail Thorpe shared how her farm is sustained through support from her local community. She also showed us how to plant tomatoes using a transplanting machine!

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  3. While visiting the Olympic Peninsula, we stayed on the beautiful Colinwood Farm in Port Townsend, Washington, where farm manager Jesse Hopkins showed us how greenhouses allow him to grow crops through the cold months of the year. In this video, we follow the life-cycle of an organic zucchini plant from seed to harvest.

    For more videos visit: http://www.OrganicNation.tv

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  4. This 4’30” clip explains how to set up a potato garden and naturally grow the plants using BRF (Ramial Chipped Wood)
    Presented by Charlotte de Clerck

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  5. Portrait of an organic farm. This farm, owned by Stone Brewing company, grows botanicals for their restaurants and additions to beers they brew. This short film was created for Stone to use in promotion for the farm that is now open to the public.

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