1. Filson in the Field: Slow Food For Thought


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    Judith O’Keefe, a professional photographer and passionate sportswoman, realized her love of fly fishing after meeting her husband. After spending many years traveling the world fly fishing and as a photographer, her experience has led to Stream to Sea, an organization that hosts fly fishing tours to some of the world’s most beautiful places. Inspired by the Slow Food movement, she participates in a food community at home with neighbors sourcing food from sustainable means in the High Desert of Central Oregon.

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    • CERES online food trail videos


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      • What is Aquaponics? - New Streams Aquaponics


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        Simply defined, Aquaponics is a small ecosystem where plants and fish can thrive together in a symbiotic relationship. Breaking the word down we have “Aqua” and “Ponics”. ”Aqua” is representative of aquaculture, where aquatic animals are farmed or raised. ”Ponics” is representative of hydroculture which when plants are cultivated using nutrient rich water. Independently, both of these systems have a significant amount of water and nutrient waste. Aquaponics is a beautiful combination of these two farming technologies. Beautiful, because when they are done together, there is no waste and their is a high yield of both plants and fish. Aquaponics systems can be built in many shapes and sizes and can well adapt to almost any climate with only minor modifications to the system.

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        • Prof Caroline Saunders at the 1st Bio-Protection Symposium


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          Prof Caroline Saunders, Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, Lincoln University, New Zealand, at the 1st Bio-Protection Symposium, 31 August 2011, Lincoln University, New Zealand. Talk title: Trends in international markets: the impact on management of pests and diseases.

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