1. Meeting Demand with FarmsReach

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    from Farmsreach.com / Added

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    Tom Grace discusses how FarmsReach can help farmers sell all their product by opening up new channels.

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    • Lil Chicken

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      from Andy Magdalinos / Added

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      • Ricola Farmer ePanel

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        from kreisvier communications ag / Added

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        Entdecke die Welt der 13 Ricola Kräuter, werde zum Ricola Kräuterbauer und ernte deine eigenen Ricola Kräuter. http://www.ricola.ch/farmer

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        • The Story: Paul's Final Days

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          Paul wrote letters to the early church to encourage and challenge them. What would you want written to you if God wrote a letter to you? I see you like you are the only person in the field. I can recover what was lost in your family through the family of god The hard work part of raising kids is to remember that they aren't your kids. They are My kids.

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          • Alley To Table

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            from Tyler Atchison / Added

            Short Documentary about Chicago's finest Food Forager's Dave Odd and business partner Mike Murphy. Dave and Mike starts picking and selling wild plant, herbs, species, eatable flowers and other natural plant life foods to top restaurants across Chicago. Their foraging business continues to grow bigger and expand across country. Director: Marius Smith Director Of Photography: Marius Smith Cinematographer: Tyler Atchison Editor: Tyler Atchison Big! Thanks to Dave and Mike for allowing us to capture there growing plant business.

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            • George Omollo

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              from Ryan Geleynse / Added

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              George works out of the Kenyan Communication for Change (CFC) program. The program is a collaboration between Norwegian Church Aid (NCA), and the National Council of Churches of Kenya. (NCCK) NCA- http://www.kirkensnodhjelp.no/en/ NCCK-http://www.ncck.org/ CFC-http://c4c.org/

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              • Ezio Manzini explains cofarming

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                from Florentin Hortopan / Added

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                The video was realized with a cut and paste work made on the SlowTV footage recorded during the Ezio Manzini's speech at the Alfred Deakin Inovation Lectures 2009, at the BMW Center in Melbourne, Australia. The long original video (40') is based on a long list of good practices and services all over the world. Focusing on the service design field Manzini says that designers must enable people to do what they want to do, to be what they want to be. Autoproduced designs, bank of time, community supported agriculture, are building a new parallel economy and a new social innovation wave. This is a functional tribute to Ezio Manzini and a little ad for our project: Cofarming.net, a web platform where you can invest in your favourite growsers and manage your budget, using it like a tool for your c.s.a. group or a more sustainable food. Check it out on http://cofarming.net . The originals: http://blip.tv/file/2776525 http://www.mefeedia.com/watch/25087005

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                • Crop Mob

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                  from 2600 Productions / Added

                  Crop mob is primarily a group of young, landless, and wannabe farmers who come together to build and empower communities by working side by side. Crop mob is also a group of experienced farmers and gardeners willing to share their knowledge with their peers and the next generation of agrarians. The membership is dynamic, changing and growing with each new mob event. In the past farming was much more labor intensive. Activities like planting, harvesting, processing, and barnraising often required the collective effort of entire communities. This interdependence fostered strong communities. As farming became more mechanized and reliant on petroleum based inputs, it became a more independent and solitary career. Today in the industrial farming system a few people may manage hundreds or even thousands of acres. While nationwide the number of farms and farmers has dwindled, right now in the Triangle area of North Carolina there is a surge of new sustainable small farms. These farms are growing diversified crops on small acreage, using only low levels of mechanization, and without the use of chemical pesticides or fertilizers. This is a much more labor intensive way of farming that brings back the need for community participation. Many crop mobbers are apprentices or interns on these sustainable farms. The need for community participation matches a desire for community among young people interested in getting into farming. The crop mob was conceived as a way of building the community necessary to practice this kind of agriculture and to put the power to muster this group in the hands of our future food producers. Any crop mobber can call a crop mob to do the kind of work it takes a community to do. We work together, share a meal, play, talk, and make music. No money is exchanged. This is the stuff that communities are made of.

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                  • Canola in Canada

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                    from Canola Council of Canada / Added

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                    Canola in Canada is big business - contributing $19.3 billion to the Canadian economy per year. With large production, and a small population, 85% of our canola goes to export. This is why global markets are vital to our industry's success.

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                    • "farmer's movie" by 발전소

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                      at Hongdae Bbang(in Seoul)

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