Education as vehicle of change for regenerative agriculture

I think change is is something that keeps this sort of creative and alive and excited and I’m like a changed junkie. Give me something new and creative all the time and that’s how I feel about change. For humanity it’s the same as my feeling about change in that change is good for us […]

Cutting Edge Innovations in Timber – Tasmanian Visiting Architects Program

The timber space is now moving into the innovation space, and this old tried and tested material that we’ve been using for thousands of years is actually now moving into a space where it is cutting edge. Engineered timbers, the way that it’s sourced, the sustainability of the product, creating closed-loop cycles — it’s all […]

3 ethical catastrophes you can help stop, right now | Peter Singer | Big Think

PETER SINGER: Great philosophers have tried to understand the world we’re living in and have tried to think about how we ought to live. And I think these are really fundamentally important questions that any rational being ought to be interested in trying to find the answers to. What are the fundamental principles about how we […]

Broached Goulder – Exclusively Tasmanian Timbers

This collection is easily the best work I’ve ever done because it has just such a deeper meaning and feeling and context. If I’m going to take a collection of furniture to the World then I want to represent Australia, I wouldn’t import timber from America or Europe; I’m representing my country, so Tasmanian timbers, […]

Jump Start your Career in International Agriculture with IARD 6020 – Global Development at Cornell

Classroom knowledge might be not enough to understand the whole concept. What it lacks is real life examples and how it works actually in reality. This trip helped me to see what I was lacking. Agriculture is something really different in the field. We have seen a lot of practical issues farmers are dealing with […]

Oklahoma Timber (Richard Chapman Interview)

ANDY BARTH: NOW WEYERHAEUSER MANAGES MORE THAN 20 MILLION ACRES OF TIMBERLAND IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA, AND PRIDES THEMSELVES IN BEING CONSERVATIONISTS, SCIENTISTS, AND ENVIRONMENTALISTS. EARLIER, OUR ROB MCCLENDON SAT DOWN WITH WEYERHAEUSER’S RICHARD CHAPMAN TO HEAR ABOUT THE LARGEST FORESTRY COMPANY IN THE NATION AND ITS ROLE HERE IN OKLAHOMA. ROB MCCLENDON: […]

A Heart of Timber

(garage door opening) (upbeat music) – Hi, I’m Alex Jangard, I’m the owner of Heart of Timber Woodworking, and I went to Boise State in 2011-2015, and I went into school originally thinking I was a mechanical engineering degree, and I ended up with a marketing degree. Being a part of the Venture College, it […]

How Close Are We to Farming Human Body Parts?

[TRACE] Right now, scientists are attempting to grow ears, kidneys, blood vessels, livers, even hearts. In fact, at the moment there are some people walking around with lab-grown bladders. But this is rare. In the U.S., over 80 percent of transplanted organs come from the deceased. The rest are donated by the living — except […]