Top Three Asian Greens For the Winter Greenhouse

We are in the Baker Creek winter greenhouses checking out our favorite cold-weather-loving crops, because it is indeed blustery and blistering outside. It’s cold, um, but in the greenhouses it’s actually really comfortable. And we do have some cool-weather -loving crops that are thriving in here. So let’s talk about getting a little bit of […]

Haying – Mowing It Down on the Ranch & Farming

Hi, I’m Mike. We have now started up haying on the ranch, producing the bales that will feed our herd for the long, sometimes hard winter. Today we get a look at the first part of the haying process as we get to farming, and cutting grass on our Wyoming life Welcome to our Wyoming […]

Starting Our Food Forest and Permaculture Woodland In Nova Scotia Canada: Episode One Zone 6b

Episode One {ambient piano music} Replenishing a forgotten lot into a small woodland and food forest with Nature trails and areas for repose. This area was supposed to become a small horse field but after my equine partner passed away, it was left to grow into a tangle of brambles, evergreens and clumping maples. I […]

Theory in Practice: A Tour of Zaytuna Farm

– Hi, Geoff Lawton here. And this is a 66 acre Zaytuna Farm which we started developing in 2001 through 2002. And, we laid out the mainframe of water harvesting systems, like this old swale here. This is the oldest, largest swale on the property. Planted the fruit forest, which is a perennial system. Even […]

First Year Farmer: Backyard Farm Tour and Interview

hey everybody welcome back to another nature’s always right episode today we’re doing a really special farm tour with my friend Brian and Brian actually apprentice with me for six months learning all the different farming skills necessary to do a backyard urban garden and now here he is with his own plot killing it […]

Angel Valley Organic Farm: Central Texas Gardener

>>THESE DAYS PET CHICKENS ENTERTAIN JO AND JOHN DWYER WHEN THEY’RE NOT AT WORK. AND SINCE THEY STARTED ANGEL VALLEY ORGANIC FARM, THE ONLY CLOCK THEY WATCH IS THE ULTIMATE TIME KEEPER, THE WEATHER, TO GET THEIR HAND GROWN ORGANIC FOOD TO EAGER CUSTOMERS ON TIME FOR THEIR WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MARKETS. IN 1995 THEY […]

Tour an AQUAPONICS FARM in Texas 🐟 + 🌿= 🤠 Sustainable Harvesters

(upbeat music) – We’re Sustainable Harvesters. What you’re standing in is about 12,000 square feet of controlled environment greenhouse space. In this space we can grow up to 7,000 heads of lettuce in every week utilizing growing techniques called Aquaponics and this awesome controlled environment greenhouse to protect us from the heat in the Houston […]

Aquaponic Urban Farm Grows Vegetables through the Winter Snow

This is John Kohler with GrowingYourGreens.com today I have another exciting episode for you; I’m here in Cleveland, Ohio. Yes that’s where the Cleveland 351 Ford Motor Engine was made; I had a friend that had a Mustang with a Cleveland 351. Anyways, this is the first time I’ve been in Cleveland and I’m having […]

Growing Food in the City – Urban Rooftop Farm in Downtown Toronto

>>ARLENE: we are at a quarter-acre rooftop farm at Ryerson University in downtown Toronto. We produce ten thousand pounds of food each year that goes to the farmers’ market and to our CSA customers and it’s distributed to the food room as well which is where students can get food for free. When we started […]

Behind the Scenes of the Greening the Desert Project

Hi Geoff here. And it’s my final day in Jordan. I’m all cleaned up. I’m ready to catch a plane to Australia. I just want to show you a little bit of the project and how it’s still developing, not the normal walk around and see all the nice bits. Let me show you all […]