1. From Sun to Cheese at Shelburne Farms


    from Joel Gardner / Added

    A place-based educational and marketing video produced for Shelburne Farms, celebrating their award-winning Vermont farmstead cheddar, From Sun to Cheese showcases the people, the landscape and the cheddaring process as practiced on the 1,400 estate turned environmental non-profit. The video is on loop play in a dedicated theater area near the cheesemaking operation in the Farm Barn. It is also distributed as a DVD by Shelburne Farms for marketing and educational purposes. Produced by Camp Gardner Films. Written and Directed by Joel Gardner and Catie Camp.

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    • Hōkūleʻa Statewide Sail - Papahana Kuaola Waipao


      from Oiwi TV / Added

      The Hōkūleʻa Crew made their next stop at Papahana Kuaola last week, where their purpose there was much like that of Hōkūleʻa’s in terms of keeping our cutlure alive.

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      • The Game of if...


        from Victoria Jackson / Added

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        A manifesto for change in the form of stop motion animation. Using the Game of Life as a model of Western Culture this film aspires to offer hope for a more sustainable future and to motivate us to create it.

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        • Food Font - What is Food Font? video


          from Kristen Baumlier / Added

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          FOR MORE INFORMATION: go to http://www.foodfont.com NOTE: In September of 2014, Food Font began to change the focus of the project from creating a design tool to instead creating printable alphabets and partnering with other free online design tools. What is Food Font? Food Font is an interactive art project where people can make alphabets out of food, take pictures of each letter, and later use these and other food alphabets in both printable forms as well as in free interactive design tools. The project supports dialogue and builds community around food, health, and sustainability. It is also fun to make food alphabets and to make images that you can save, print, and share. So why not play and write with your food? How do the Food Font Alphabet Making activities work? A group of individuals work together to make an alphabet out of food. Each letter is photographed and later prepared and uploaded to the Food Font website. The person submitting the alphabet will also submit a name, location information, and tags for each food alphabet. Each alphabet submitted will be loaded into the Food Font image library. A set of letters could be made out of one kind of food, or several types of food. Some Food fonts that have been made include a kale font, holiday dinner font (made of food from a Christmas dinner), a French fry font, a vending machine food font, a packed lunch food font , and a chopped vegetable font. The letter making activity is a great way for individuals and groups to have fun and to interact and talk about food. How can the Food Font alphabets be used? The Food Font alphabets can be used in both printed and digital forms. All alphabets will be prepared into easy to print pages as well as also being downloadable. We also are working to partner with some online interactive design tools that will work well with the Food Font images. By hand and in the digital realm, you can make creations to make images that can be saved, shared electronically, and also printed on your own printer. The tool can be used to make images, posters, signs, and other printed materials. You can also post what you make in the Food Font image gallery which will be on the Food Font website. You will be able to use any food alphabets that you made as well as any others submitted to the tool. Who is this project for? It is designed for use by a variety of groups including you with your friends and family, farmer’s markets, teachers and students in the classroom, community gardens, chefs and restaurants, and people who have a passion for food. It is a fun, creative activity that anyone can do of any age, and in any size group. Why not play and write with your food?

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          • Kissimmee InSight - Gaylord Palms Resort Dining - Old Hickory Steakhouse


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            Ever heard of the "Slow Food Movement?" On this episode of Kissimmee InSight, Tonia takes us into the kitchen at Old Hickory Steakhouse at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Kissimmee to learn about the Slow Food Movement and what "sustainablility" means to Executive Chef Paul Player.

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            • C3TEC: Sustainable Decisions


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              • Ithaca Biodiesel - Excerpt from "EMPOWERED: Power from the People"


                from Shira Golding Evergreen / Added

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                Tompkins County, NY is one of the cloudiest, least windy places in the country, and yet its residents are proving that we can meet our energy needs through totally renewable resources. From solar and wind to veggie oil and geothermal, Empowered tells the story of one community's role in the energy independence revolution. Learn more and empower yourself at empoweredthemovie.com

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                • Part1: Irrigation Workshop


                  from Alameda Conservation Partnership / Added

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                  Sponsored by: Sustainable Agriculture Education (SAGE) & Alameda County Conservation Partnership Funding Provided by: USDA NIFA Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program (Grant #2011-49400-30641)

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                  • Making a Difference for the Planet


                    from lifeandhealth / Added

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                    Question: What can we do to make a difference for the planet? Answered by: Samuel Soret, PhD, MPH Associate Dean for Public Health Practice Professor, Department of Environmental Health and Geoinformatics Sciences School of Public Health, Loma Linda University Important nutrition questions answered at the 6th International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition at Loma Linda University. For more recipes, articles, and videos check out lifeandhealth.org.

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                    • GS1 talkshow – Geld verdienen met duurzaamheid?! – de highlights


                      from GS1 Nederland / Added

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                      Highlights van de GS1 talkshow op 7 december 2011. Tijdens deze talkshow praten Sander van der Laan (CEO Ahold), Dirk Bergman (Algemeen Directeur JéWëRET) , John Brands (Algemeen Directeur Coca-Cola) en Timo Hoogeboom (General Manager Mars) onder leiding van Paul van Liempt (o.a. BNR) over duurzaamheid.

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