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  1. On The Anatomy Of Thrift: Side Butchery

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    from farmrun Liked 86.6K 353 18

    The first episode in the instructional web-series from Farmrun and Farmstead Meatsmith, in which we demonstrate how to butcher one side of pork. www.farmrun.com www.farmsteadmeatsmith.com music: http://mountainman.bandcamp.com/…

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    • OBSESSIVES: Urban Farmer - on CHOW.com

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      from CHOW.com Liked 34.2K 178 7

      Novella Carpenter started small, with some plants in an empty lot next to her house in Oakland. A couple of years later, she was tending to a full-blown farm, with goats, turkeys, ducks, pigs, and…

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      • OUR LAND Episode 4: Access to Grazing

        10:03

        from The Greenhorns Liked 3,277 12 0

        Market demand continues to swell for ethically raised, pasture-based livestock, poultry, eggs and milk. These products fetch a major price premium over the conventional, confinement raised alternative,…

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        • OUR LAND Episode 5: Dryland

          08:33

          from The Greenhorns Liked 3,885 32 0

          We just keep paving. Urbanization and suburban sprawl means tarmac and concrete, convenient for drivers and cyclists, but it doesn’t absorb the rain. We lose an acre of farmland every minute,…

        • Lost in Sprawl

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          from Thomas Gorman Liked

          Threatened by suburban development, fourth-generation farmer Matt Moore documents his family's doomed legacy with time-lapse video, revealing his crops' hidden lives.

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          • New York Farm City

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            from Petrina TV Liked 198K 2,704 72

            In order to show how vegetables are grown in New York, we reversed what the plants do: We harvest in spring what we filmed in fall. This is a non-commercial, independent project created by Petrina…

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            • Center for Urban Agriculture - Vertical Farming

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              from Mithun Liked

              A conceptual high-rise net-zero vertical farm designed for the Cascadia Green Building Council's 2007 Living Building Challenge. Learn more about this project at: http://mithun.com/projects/project_detail/center_for_urban_agriculture/ Video…

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              • Caring for Your Garden

                04:27

                from Nature Works Everywhere Liked 553 3 0

                Go to NatureWorksEverywhere.org for lesson plans and activities to accompany this video.

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                • No More Empty Pots

                  03:27

                  from Jud Mackrill Liked 1,353 3 0

                  No More Empty Pots is a nonprofit connecting individuals and groups to build sustainable communities and help create economic resilience in communities and neighborhoods in the Omaha Nebraska area. http://nomoreemptypots.org Video…

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                  • Within Reach - Journey to Find Sustainable Community [trailer]

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                    from Within Reach Movie Liked 15.3K 32 9

                    Within Reach explores one couple's pedal-powered search for a place to call home. Mandy and Ryan gave up their jobs, cars, and traditional houses to 'bike-pack' 6500 miles around the…

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                    • Brooklyn's Backyard Chicken Keepers *food curated*

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                      from SkeeterNYC Liked 7,398 29 4

                      You don't need a farm to raise chickens. Meet Megan Paska and Katrina Mauro both Mother Hens to four curious egg-laying chickens in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. They decided to raise chickens for…

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                      • A Farm Grows in Brooklyn...on a Rooftop!

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                        from SkeeterNYC Liked 9,736 65 2

                        Brooklyn's very first Rooftop Farm, started April 2009, is harvesting its crops for the summer season! Meet Ben Flanner and Annie Novak, the farmers who founded the project, and see for yourselves…

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