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  • The Vision: A Sustainable Restaurant

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    S 2007 : Ep 03.02.07 - 3/2/07

    Stu Stein, the owner of restaurant Terroir, shares his philosophy and vision on creating a restaurant from the ground up. Terroir's focus is on locally produced food, preserving social tastes, and good land stewardship.moreless
  • Brad Can Cook

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    S 2006 : Ep 10.19.06 - 10/19/06

    What happens when you put three teenagers in a kitchen? Learn how teenagers can cook with a sustainable and organic focus.
  • Capitalisms Threat to Democracy, Part 2

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    12/5/11

    David Korten, author of Agenda for a New Economy, and former Visiting Associate Professor of the Harvard University Graduate School of Business explains in understandable terms, how our money system operates in todays world.moreless
  • David Korten: Capitalisms Threat to Democracy

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    10/10/11

    What if we had to make a choice between two quintessential American beliefs: Capitalism and Democracy?
  • Farmer Jane: Women Changing the Way We Eat

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    9/25/11

    Sustainable food activist Temra Costa, new book, Farmer Jane: Woman Changing the Way We Eat shines an important light on woman farmers, food activists, and other women whose important efforts helped shape our modern food system.moreless
  • Nicolette Hahn Niman Champions Seismic Change of Our Industrial Food System

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    9/11/11

    Nicolette Niman, an environmental attorney, activist, and livestock rancher (Niman Ranch), speaks out about how our food system is fundamentally broken, and needs fixing.
  • State of the Oceans Health: in Crisis

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    8/9/11

    Alison Barratt, from the Monterey Bay Aquariums Seafood Watch program discusses the health of the oceans in relation to native fish populations, and the decline of their ecosystems.
  • Alan Kapuler: Man of Science, Ideas, and Humanity, Part 2

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    6/19/11

    As the title suggests, Alan Kapuler is a well-educated man, both in a formal academic sense, and also from a lifetime of hands-on work as an organic plant breeder: planting, breeding, and cataloging his vast collection of open pollinated seedsmoreless
  • Alan Kapuler: Man of Science, Ideas, and Humanity

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    5/22/11

    Dr. Alan Kapuler is a man who thinks on big time scales, and across wide geographic spheres of reality.Widely regarded as the founding father of the organic seed movement, Kapuler experienced an almost spiritual connection from working with plants.moreless
  • Farm Loop Tour: Connecting With Your Local Farming Community

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    10/23/11

    A drive in the country, and an opportunity to visit a local farms along a concentrated farm loopthat sounds like fun!And, it was. Check it out!
  • Beekeeping Basics: Getting Started

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    4/17/11

    Glen Andresen, a Portland Oregon beekeeper for 20 years, discusses the basics of beekeeping before purchasing hives, bees, and related equipment.
  • Farmers Market: a Chefs Perspective

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    7/31/11

    While in Minnesota filming a veteran organic farmer, Steven Schwen, of Earthen Path Organic Farm. I also filmed him at the Rochester Farmers Market where he has been selling for 30 years. This is an unexpected story that resulted from that project.moreless
  • The Farmers Market from a Farmers Perspective

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    6/12/11

    Opening day at the Portland Farmers Market brings thousands of visitors, and customers looking for fresh, local food, drink, music, and just plain fun. But how do the farmers feel about the market, especially on the first day of the Public Market season?moreless
  • Freezing Fruit for All Seasons

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    1/9/12

    An inside look at the Willamette Valley Fruit Company plant in Portland, Oregon, that freezes fresh, and locally produced fruits, for year-round uses.
  • Sustainable Seafood: Abalone Farming in Monterey

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    8/28/11

    While attending the Sustainable Food Institute at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, I was curious to learn more about sustainable seafood. I visited a natural abalone farm located under the wharf, that is part of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary.moreless
  • Tour De Hive Honey Bees Tour in Portland

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    11/6/11

    This Tour De Hive neighborhood tour, a spinoff of the citys popular Tour de Coop tours of urban area chicken coops, offers the same but for honeybee hives.
  • Harvesting Green Beans

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    7/24/11

    More people are growing their own food this year for the first time. When I started gardening, I found it helpful to start small and start with food that is easy to grow and is enjoyed.. Green beans fit under those requirements quite readily.moreless
  • Raising Backyard Chickens

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    5/30/11

    Naomi Montacre, co-founder of Naomis Organic Farm Supply, a Portland organic feed and products store, shares some of her expert knowledge on raising backyard chickens.
  • Beekeeping Basics: Equipment For Beginners

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    5/15/11

    In part 2, veteran beekeeper Glen Andresen, we learn about the basic equipment needed for those relatively new to beekeeping, or just starting out.
  • Energy Independence: On Farm Biodiesel Fuel Production

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    5/1/11

    Roger Rainville is ahead of the curve when it comes to reducing costs on his farm near Alburgh, Vermont. He’s currently producing biodiesel for about $1.70 a gallon.