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Mushroom Foraging with Paul Stamets

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Created on Wednesday, 19 October 2016 18:21

We at Three Rivers Farm had the great pleasure of hosting our friend Paul Stamets and better still, to go edible mushroom forging with him. For anyone who doesn't know who Paul Stamets is, its probable you've been living under a mushroom in an old growth forest for years, since he's a renowned Mycologist, author of several books on mycology, too many environmental awards to list and was recently chosen to be an invention ambassador by the American Association for the Advancement of Science-- the largest and most prestigious scientific organization in the world. For those who do know Paul, its likely you also know he was the keynote speaker at the recent Bioneers conference last month where he announced his MycoBee Hypothesis. He made a compelling connection between Bear scratches on trees, Mycelium growing on the sap, Bee's attracted to the scratches and the mycelium, and of course, there is the obvious connection to Winnie The Poo and why bears like honey. Paul, of course, leads us to how Mycelium can change the world, and a potential solution to CCD! MycoBee Hypothesis - Is Mycellium a missing link in understanding bee health - if so we need to reestablish a connection between bees and local mycelium to help bees overcome colony collapse disorders. Mycohoney

Finnriver Farm

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Created on Thursday, 22 September 2016 23:04

Meet Provisions' buckwheat growers, Crystie & Keith Kisler from Finnriver Farm, Washington. They are passionate about organic farming and the health of the soil - not just for crops this year and the year after, but looking at the long term impact for future generations.

The City Farmer

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Created on Monday, 22 February 2016 18:50

Great Model for Urban and City Farming. City Farmers Nursery in San Diego Ca.

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The ultimate Trek to Machu Picchu

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Created on Wednesday, 10 February 2016 20:46

Take a journey on the Salkantay Inca Trail: The ultimate Trek to Machu Picchu

 

Ben Flanner / Brooklyn Grange

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Created on Thursday, 04 February 2016 22:05

Rooftop Gardening & Farming has evolved very quickly. If you like this video make sure you rent a short film on rooftop gardening.

BROOKLYN FARMER: A Portrait of Urban Farming Across the Rooftops of New York City.

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Waves of Grace

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Created on Wednesday, 27 January 2016 18:57

Brave New Earth curates our first 360 VR VIDEO. Its hard to imagine visiting a story that tackles Ebola head on but when done with Grace and VR-360 you have a brave new world for storytellers emerging. Even if your not using a VR device you can still look around just using your cursor. Try it out! Great story!

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SLOW FISH - KNOW YOUR FISHERMAN

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Created on Tuesday, 26 January 2016 19:27

SLOW FISH - KNOW YOUR FISHERMAN

7 Things I Learned in 7 Years of Reading, Writing, and Living

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Created on Thursday, 21 January 2016 19:33

7 Things I Learned in 7 Years of Reading, Writing, and Living

Temples of Damanhur Italy

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Created on Thursday, 21 January 2016 19:28

Quick look into the temples of Damanhur Italy.

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Life in Syntropy - With Agenda Gotch

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Created on Friday, 01 January 2016 11:25

Our First Video for 2016- great short film on Ernst Götsch work in Brazil. Great model for so many land use projects. This guys is creating one amazing Food Forest. In 1985, Ernst Götsch started a cacao plantation in the south of Bahia, Northeast Brazil. The land was in very poor condition. After 40 years of slash and burn agriculture the soil was depleted and the wells had run dry. Five years later the land was covered by a young but productive agroforest and water was flowing again. This was the result of the system of ‘regenerative analog agroforestry’ developed by Götsch and known in Brazil as SAFRA.

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