Rabbit Farming

Agriculture is the last option of the people today. Most of the villagers are attracted by the city life. But many of them are not aware of the work tensions, time management, calculated life style and the necessity of expertise of the city people. In the villages wastage of working time for unrelated things is […]

Lichens: Corals of the Forest

[Narrator] Do you see them? Look closely. There’s at least 20 different species here! We’re talking lichens. Although we often glaze over lichens when talking about biodiversity, their presence, usefulness, and impact on the environment is vast. But not everyone passes them by. Lichenology is for people who appreciate the little things in life. [Troy […]

10 Ways We Might Colonize the Galaxy

One of the great questions regarding the future of humanity is what are we going to do with the Milky Way. The Fermi Paradox shows us that, so far as we can see, it’s wide open and ripe for the picking … if we can get out there. And while great distances and energy required […]

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 […]


hey guys welcome back to my channel if you’re new my name is Jessica this is Tucker he smells what I have down here and he’s very very interested he actually crawled out from underneath of the bed smelling it like what is this stuff so that’s interesting to me because I didn’t know that […]

Illegal Marijuana Farms Endanger Wildlife on California’s Public Lands | National Geographic

So two teams coming off separate points on the ridge, press out with it Okay, right where we’re at right now is what would be considered the lion’s den of marijuana cultivation in California or North America? This is also a prime area for a lot of threatened endangered species There’s a marijuana garden about […]

Sustainable Farming in Extreme Conditions (Stiefvater 2/3)

You guys have extreme events. You showed me a picture of wind damage. What extreme events do you see here and how do you in your operation account for that over time? As I keep going with my no-till and the cover crops I think that’s kind of leveling the playing field a little bit. […]

Why Farming Is Broken (And Always Has Been)

Hi, this is Kate from MinuteEarth. Ten thousand years ago, we humans came up with a revolutionary new idea for how to feed ourselves: agriculture! Plough land, plant a crop, water, fertilize, harvest, and repeat each year. And today, we’re pretty much still doing the same thing as 10,000 years ago. Thanks to the industrial […]

Exploring Precision Agriculture: A Conversation with Jason White

[LISA] Welcome to a special 15-year anniversary episode of Stories from the NNI. I’m Lisa Friedersdorf, Director of the National Nanotechnology Coordination Office. Today it’s my pleasure to welcome Jason White, Vice Director and Chief Scientist of the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Analytical Chemistry Department. His research looks at the intersection of nanomaterials and crops. […]

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 […]