1. Tech Savvy Farmer

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    from The Ocean Exchange Added 64 1 0

    CEA
(Controlled Environment Agriculture) Growing crops using controlled environment agriculture greenhouses, combined with renewable energy, it enables high yield food production to generate economic growth in any local community. Learn More at:
 oceanexchange.org 
facebook.com/oceanexchange 
twitter: @theoceanexch Savannah Ocean Exchange Viral Video Intern Team 2013 Directed by Marc Murano / imdb.com/name/nm4065940/ Written by Chris Lohr / linkedin.com/in/lohrchris Produced by Courtney Roth / linkedin.com/in/rothcourtney 
& Alex Schmitt Directors of Photography Tate McCurdy 
& Terra Gonzalez / terragg.com Editing & Script Supervision by Zach Lyons / vimeo.com/zachlyons 
& Jane Gray Sound Designers & Editors Chris Reese / vimeo.com/reseproductions 
& Andrew Howard Visual Effects & Animators Brendon Echsner / brendonxn3r.com
& Nate Usiak / usiak.com Motion Media & Special Effects Shea Lord / shealord.com Colourist: Tate McCurdy Production Executive: Mehmet Caglayan / bluevoyageproductions.com Cast 
Roger Benton - Farmer & Narrator Logo created by Shea Lord

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    • Cup by cup

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      Missionaries find that nobody says no to sharing a cup of coffee in Venezuela.

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      • Alliances Locales - Marie-Pierre Sans

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        Témoignage de la relation entre agriculteurs et adhérents E.Leclerc dans le cadre du partenariat Alliances Locales. Marie-Pierre Sans est productrice laitière en Ariège. Elle transforme sa production en lait, yaourts et fromage blanc. Un reportage de Jean-Michel Gerber. Son, Thierry Godard.

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        • Preparing Maize for Storage

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          Farmers in Kenya shell the maize they harvested from 2013 before putting it into sacks for storage.

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          • Rural women: Face the facts

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            Rural women produce half of the world’s food, but are some of the most disadvantaged people on the planet. Did you know? Rural women make up 25% of the global population The number of rural women living in poverty has doubled since the 1970s Women produce 50% of the world’s food, but only own 1% of the land Only 39% of girls in rural areas attend high school Women with a secondary education tend to have fewer children, marry later in life, and are less likely to experience violence Rural women in Sub-Saharan Africa spend 40 billion hours a year collecting water Giving women access to agricultural resources, training and services, could increase the productivity of their farms, and feed up to 150 million hungry people around The WorldFish Center International Day of Rural Women – 15 October Join the discussion - #RuralWomen Learn more about rural women: http://www.worldfishcenter.org/international-day-rural-women Photo credits (in order of appearance): 1. Rural farmer in He Qing Yunnan, China. Photo by Hong Meen Chee, 2009/WorldFish/Flickr 2. Women in farming and fisheries, Bangladesh. Photo by CBFM-Fem Com Bangladesh, 2006/WorldFish/Flickr 3. Healthy rice field, Bireuen, Indonesia. Photo by Mike Lusmore/Duckrabbit, 2012/WorldFish/Flickr 4. Gathering firewood. Photo by Margaret W. Nea./Bread of the World/Flickr 5. Felix Clay/Duckrabbit/WorldFish 6. Equity for female farmers/Gates Foundation/Flickr 7. Holly Holmes/WorldFish 8. Tending their crops. Photo by Laura Elizabeth Pohl/Bread of the World/Flickr 9. Weeding maize, Mongu, Western Zambia. Photo by Felix Clay/Duckrabbit, 2012/WorldFish/Flickr 10. Photo by Felix Clay/Duckrabbit/WorldFish 11. Girls seated in a classroom at Nakaywe Basic School, Mongu, Western Zambia. Photo by Felix Clay/Duckrabbit, 2012/WorldFish/Flickr 12. Girl in a classroom at Nakaywe School, Mongu, Western Zambia. Photo taken by Felix Clay/Duckrabbit, 2012/WorldFish/Flickr 13. International Women's Day 2011. Photo by Harar, Ethipoa, 2005/Gates Foundation/Flickr 14. A woman in Lusaka, Zambia, carries water from the well to her house. Photo by Margaret W. Nea./Bread of the World/Flickr 15. A vegetable garden on the bank of a fish and rice pond being tended to by Benalata Das, Khulna, Bangladesh. Photo by Mike Lusmore/Duckrabbit, 2012/WorldFish/Flickr 16. Fetching water during dry season, Mongu, Western Zambia. Photo by Felix Clay/Duckrabbit, 2012/WorldFish/Flickr 17. A woman drawing water from stream, Senanga, Western Zambia. Photo by Felix Clay/Duckrabbit, 2012/WorldFish/Flickr 18. Photo by Felix Clay/Duckrabbit, 2012/WorldFish/Flickr 19. Community engagement training in Bangladesh. Photo by Md Mahabubur Rahman, 2013/WorldFish/Flickr 20. Photo by Felix Clay/Duckrabbit, 2012/WorldFish/Flickr 21. A woman preparing a nutritious lunch in Rangpur, Bangladesh. Photo by Holly Holmes, 2013/WorldFish/Flickr

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            • Cultivating God's presence through a Farmer

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              In this Thanksgiving sermon Pastor John will be preaching on God's cultivating truth in a farmer. Have you ever considered how much God sustains you through their work? Then God said, “Let the land produce vegetation:seed-bearing plants and trees on the land that bear fruit with seed in it, according to their various kinds.” And it was so. The land produced vegetation: plants bearing seed according to their kinds and trees bearing fruit with seed in it according to their kinds. And God saw that it was good. And there was evening, and there was morning the third day.” Genesis 1:11-13, NIV “It is an important teaching of scripture that God is intensely present to creation all the time as the source and sustenance of its ongoing life.” Wirzba, Norman (2007-05-03). Food and Faith (p. 63). Cambridge University Press. Kindle Edition. “You care for the land and water it;
you enrich it abundantly.
The streams of God are filled with water
to provide the people with grain,
 for so you have ordained it.” Psalm 65:11, NIV “Yet he has not left himself without testimony: He has shown kindness by giving you rain from heaven and crops in their seasons; he provides you with plenty of food and fills your hearts with joy.” Acts 14:17, NIV “Every time we take a bite, we bear witness to a bewildering array of relationships that connect us to earthworms, raspberry shoots, water, sunshine, farmers, cooks and friends.” Bahnson, Fred; Wirzba, Norman (2012-07-03). Making Peace with the Land: God's Call to Reconcile with Creation (Resources for Reconciliation) (p. 114). InterVarsity Press. Kindle Edition “…what gardeners [and farmers] do is nurture the conditions in which life can take root and grow. [They] are at their best when they approximate the detailed and patient sympathy for creatures under their care that God shows all the time for the creation as a whole.” Wirzba, Norman (2007-05-03). Food and Faith (p. 50). Cambridge University Press. Kindle Edition. “Let the fields be jubilant, and everything in them…” Psalm 96:12, NIV

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              • Alaska Agriculture as a Niche Market

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                Todd Pettit of Pitchfork Ranch and Vangie Alexander of Tranquility Heights Farm discuss the difficulties (and delights) of farming animals in Alaska.

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                • March Against Monsanto - 12 october 2013 - Brussels

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                  The March Against Monsanto is an international grass roots movement as well as a protest against the Monsanto corporation and genetically modified organisms (GMOs). The movement was founded by Tami Canal in response to the failure of California Proposition 37, a ballot initiative that would have required labeling food products made from genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Advocates support mandatory labeling laws for food made from GMOs and oppose what they and others call the "Monsanto Protection Act", a policy rider found in the Farmer Assurance Provision.

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                  • A Day in Kentucky

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                    from Will Lyons Added 873 1 0

                    I had a week off work and went home to my folks farm in Kentucky. Since I can't keep a damned camera out of my hands, I shot this. The song is Symphony Hall Rag by the one and only John Hartford.

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                    • Mark Swift

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                      Mark Swift addresses the Nuffield national Conference on September 20th 2013. Mark's topic was "Why isn't agriculture getting better faster?"

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