1. The amazing rice terraces of Yunnan Province are a sight to behold. But beyond the majestic beauty is a 1300 year old system of rice farming that works in sync with nature. We spent a few days with Mr. Lu to discover why this ancient system works so well, and the rice tastes so good. Created by: theperennialplate.com
    In Partnership with Intrepid Travel: intrepidtravel.com/food/
    Filmed and edited by:
    Daniel Klein ( twitter.com/perennialplate/ )
    Mirra Fine ( twitter.com/kaleandcola/)

    Music by:
    Baishui: baishui.bandcamp.com/
    Luego: luego.bandcamp.com/album/ocho

    Filmed on 5d Mark iii w Canon 24-70, 70-200 2.8 L

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  2. A class with an Atlanta school about planting, picking and eating radishes.
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  3. Over the course of thirty years, the Island of Boca Grande in Florida went from having zero Iguanas to over 10 thousand. This invasive species was making it impossible for native plants and animals to survive. The island finally decided to do something about it, they called George Cera. We went on trip around the highland with this hired gun… and of course we ate some lizard.

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  4. The ideas of cooperation and working together are central to many movements in Latin America. Nestor Escobar has brought those ideas to Louisville, KY where he coordinates a large urban farm that hopes to share his philosophy.
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