John from www.growingyourgreens.com visits Harvest Time Market and Farm. He shares with you the vertical hydroponicc system growing strawberries, also growing strawberries, tomatoes, cucumbers, peas, and cabbage in the field.
urban farmers partner in metro Denver to bring back our agricultural roots together…Ekar Jewish Community Garden and Harvest Mountain
Growing Power Milwaukee Operations Manager Sarah Christman gives a tour of the programs two-acre urban farm, highlighting the programs sustainable and innovative techniques in composting, aquaponics and heating the year-round greenhouses with steaming organic matter, dubbed hot mix.
I want to turn this lot into an urban farm.
Glimpses of our summer bar-bq, garlic planting, market stand, and more!
“Save The Farm” tells the story of farmers on a 14-acre organic farm in South Central Los Angeles. After 14 years of success, the city takes the land and sells to a developer. Activists and celebrities stage an 11th hour tree sit to try to save the farmers from eviction. Featuring Daryl Hannah, Julia Butterfly
Blue Pike Farm is the first farm started in Cleveland proper in the 21st Century by Carl Skalak. They are dedicated to growing fresh products, using natural and sustainable agricultural practices. They collect and compost organic matter from local municipalities, coffee shops and roasteries, and local food markets. 900 E. 72nd St Cleveland, OH 44103
Sandhill Farm is a small intentional community located in northeast Missouri that is centered around gardening and organic agriculture. This video gives us a glimpse into how members of the community grow their own food, and how this lifestyle is central to Sandhill Farm. www.sandhillfarm.org
Dangerous food storage and handeling proess
Already a part of my diet for years now, the thornless cactus Opuntia cochenillifera looks promising as one more rung in my efforts to be self sufficient in feeding my chickens, Coturnix Quails, and Muscovy Ducks. It is being raised in arid regions of the world as fodder for cows and goats. Enjoy! John