• Local produce for London's restaurants from GrowUp Urban Farms, United Kingdom (English)

    " With the lighting we get really good color across the leaf, really good shape, and a really strong and solid product.” - Kate Hofman, Co-founder, GrowUp Urban Farms

    published: 21 Jan 2016
  • City Crops - Cape Town, London & Singapore

    As cities fill up with more and more people, urban farming is becoming a crucial element of sustainable living. Monocle visits food entrepreneurs in Cape Town, London and Singapore who are exploring new ways of cultivating organic produce in their downtown homesteads. To discover more about Monocle magazine head to http://www.monocle.com

    published: 28 Jan 2015
  • Our city vegetable garden in London (August 2014)

    Here is a tour of our city vegetable garden in London. Its quite packed-in for a small garden so there are compromises. Some of our vegetables have self-seeded. We have tomatoes, chillies, gourd, runner beans, other beans, mustard, pumpkins...... Please give me any critical or advisory feedback. any comments will be greatly appreciated.

    published: 23 Aug 2014
  • British Bangladeshi Cultivating vegetable in London city

    published: 02 Dec 2014
  • HOUSE AND FARM TOUR: FUENTE VERDE ECO COMMUNITY COSTA RICA

    FREE EBOOKLET http://www.sweetnaturalliving.com For the last three months we have been staying here at the "ApeNest" - one of the properties of the eco village Fuente Verde in Tinamastes, Costa Rica! Check it out as we show you around how we live here. It's a beautiful property and house, with bananas growing all around! It's easy to live the raw food lifestyle when you have access to high quality fruit and live in an environment conducive to optimal health. Clean air, natural spring water and a health minded, tuned in community of people makes all the difference. Blessed Love! http://www.diamantevalley.com Remember to SUBSCRIBE to stay up to date with all the latest videos! *BUY OUR EBOOK ABOUT FRUIT FOCUSED TRAVEL & ULTRALIGHT BACKPACKING IN THE TROPICS: http://www.sweetnatu...

    published: 22 Apr 2015
  • Why every young person should be a farmer for a day. | Ian Piggot | TEDxHarpenden

    Ian Piggot is farming the same land as his ancestors of 600 years, and is trying and testing a range of regenerative agricultural methods on his farm. He believes we we undervalue food as a society and blames this, to some extent, on urban living which has disconnected us from agriculture. To address this, he founded Open Farm Sunday - an event designed to reconnect urban society to agriculture and food which has grown to become bigger than the Glastonbury rock festival. In this talk, Ian explains why we should all give up a day a year to work on a farm. Not only might we learn to value food more, but it might even help us better tackle the future challenges of global food security. Ian is an entrepreneur and farmer in the Harpenden area of Hertfordshire. UK. His family have been farming ...

    published: 07 Dec 2015
  • Natural & Organic Products Trade Show 2016 | ExCeL, London

    Vegan products galore at the Natural & Organic trade show. Interview featuring Elisabeth Haljas (@nutrinformed) 18 April 2016 //CONNECT// www.vegannigerian.com www.facebook.com/VeganNigerian www.twitter.com/vegannigerian www.instagram.com/vegannigerian

    published: 19 Apr 2016
  • Cultivating Change: City Farming Project - Part 2

    City Farming Project - Cultivating Change-Part 2 of 2. London, Ontario group growing organic, local food using sustainable methods. Educating the community and growing yummy healthy veggies. Join us stopping urban sprawl and reducing carbon footprints by producing food locally and learning how to grow and where our food comes from.

    published: 11 Jan 2009
  • Organic Grown Food

    Organic grown food information by Organic Grown Direct: Organic Grown Food locally grown organic food home grown organic foods how organic food is healthier how is organic food good for you how is organic food made how is organic food processed how organic food helps the environment organic farming organic grown food benefits advantages of organically grown food health benefits of organic food benefits of eating organic food environmental benefits of organic food benefits of organic food for children organic food benefits articles organic food benefits and disadvantages organic food benefits environment organic vs locally grown food benefits of locally grown food why eat locally grown food benefits of eating locally produced foods when did organic food became popular organic food articles ...

    published: 05 Jun 2013
  • Getting to grips with organic farming | DW English

    Tanzanian eco-volunteer Shahaya Shao has spent more than six months at an organic farm in the north of Germany learning more sustainable agriculture methods. Will he be able to stick with organic when he’s back home? More eco@africa reports: http://www.dw.com/en/tv/eco-at-africa/s-32686

    published: 15 Jun 2017
  • Alan Titchmarsh visits a British apple farm - Waitrose

    Alan Titchmarsh visits Jeremy Linsell, who has been growing apples at Braiseworth Orchards in Suffolk for 16 years. http://bit.ly/17YWmdt

    published: 25 Sep 2013
  • Help Save Azure Organic Farms!

    Take action: email or call Sherman County Court today and stop them from spraying our 2,000-acre Organic farm with herbicides… More details in this video and below… Read this URL for more details: http://www.naturalnews.com/2017-05-14-azure-farm-in-oregon-about-to-be-mass-poisoned-with-glyphosate-by-county-government.html

    published: 15 May 2017
  • ORGANIC FOOD ITALY, ORGANIC OLIVE OIL. REAL PEOPLE GROWING REAL FOOD AT SUZIE'S YARD IN TUSCANY.

    Real Food and Sustainable Tourism in Tuscany. We offer the unique experience to discover the real food and the real people at http://www.suziesyard.com/. A lot of activities at Mount Cetona is 750 miles from London, or the same distance as Dover to John O’Groats. Our journey began in 1999 when we swapped city life for rural Tuscany. Looking for clean air and a slower pace of life, we got bitten by the land bug and by what it means to grow real food. Suzie’s Yard started with these beautiful, old olive trees. Most families in the area have their own grove and we wanted to be part of that. And once you make your own oil, there’s no going back. Here we are in Le Cretaie, an olive grove that’s south facing and protected from the harsh winds. It has the perfect combination of cultivar...

    published: 21 Nov 2014
  • Beaverton Farmers Market // Building a small city

    published: 17 Oct 2016
  • Heeley City Farm, Sheffield

    A profile of some of the large animals kept at Heeley City Farm in central Sheffield. http://www.heeleyfarm.org.uk/ The farm hosts range of animals, a garden centre, organic food growing and a cafe. Large animals incude sheep, goats, pigs and a horse. Several rare breeds are kept at the site: Soay sheep, Bagot goats and Golden Guernsey goats. It also has a collection of small animals including rabbits, chipmunks, lizards, a ferret and a tarantula spider. Birds include ducks, geese, chickens and a peafowl. The farm produced 5 tonnes of organic fruit and vegetables in 2011, and has a small garden centre and cafe. It also coordinates community-based growing projects at a range of sites around Sheffield. In addition to a small core of paid staff, a large number of volunteers help run the f...

    published: 26 Nov 2012
  • CNN Farming inside industrial London

    CNN's Kristie Lu Stout looks at how GrowUp Urban Farms is using an alternative farming system called aquaponics to provide sustainable food for London.

    published: 06 Oct 2015
Local produce for London's restaurants from GrowUp Urban Farms, United Kingdom (English)

Local produce for London's restaurants from GrowUp Urban Farms, United Kingdom (English)

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  • Duration: 3:25
  • Updated: 21 Jan 2016
  • views: 12172
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" With the lighting we get really good color across the leaf, really good shape, and a really strong and solid product.” - Kate Hofman, Co-founder, GrowUp Urban Farms
https://wn.com/Local_Produce_For_London's_Restaurants_From_Growup_Urban_Farms,_United_Kingdom_(English)
City Crops - Cape Town, London & Singapore

City Crops - Cape Town, London & Singapore

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  • Duration: 6:53
  • Updated: 28 Jan 2015
  • views: 4821
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As cities fill up with more and more people, urban farming is becoming a crucial element of sustainable living. Monocle visits food entrepreneurs in Cape Town, London and Singapore who are exploring new ways of cultivating organic produce in their downtown homesteads. To discover more about Monocle magazine head to http://www.monocle.com
https://wn.com/City_Crops_Cape_Town,_London_Singapore
Our city vegetable garden in London (August 2014)

Our city vegetable garden in London (August 2014)

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  • Duration: 7:12
  • Updated: 23 Aug 2014
  • views: 4077
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Here is a tour of our city vegetable garden in London. Its quite packed-in for a small garden so there are compromises. Some of our vegetables have self-seeded. We have tomatoes, chillies, gourd, runner beans, other beans, mustard, pumpkins...... Please give me any critical or advisory feedback. any comments will be greatly appreciated.
https://wn.com/Our_City_Vegetable_Garden_In_London_(August_2014)
British Bangladeshi Cultivating vegetable in London city

British Bangladeshi Cultivating vegetable in London city

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  • Duration: 1:57
  • Updated: 02 Dec 2014
  • views: 7115
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https://wn.com/British_Bangladeshi_Cultivating_Vegetable_In_London_City
HOUSE AND FARM TOUR: FUENTE VERDE ECO COMMUNITY COSTA RICA

HOUSE AND FARM TOUR: FUENTE VERDE ECO COMMUNITY COSTA RICA

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  • Duration: 11:18
  • Updated: 22 Apr 2015
  • views: 19822
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FREE EBOOKLET http://www.sweetnaturalliving.com For the last three months we have been staying here at the "ApeNest" - one of the properties of the eco village Fuente Verde in Tinamastes, Costa Rica! Check it out as we show you around how we live here. It's a beautiful property and house, with bananas growing all around! It's easy to live the raw food lifestyle when you have access to high quality fruit and live in an environment conducive to optimal health. Clean air, natural spring water and a health minded, tuned in community of people makes all the difference. Blessed Love! http://www.diamantevalley.com Remember to SUBSCRIBE to stay up to date with all the latest videos! *BUY OUR EBOOK ABOUT FRUIT FOCUSED TRAVEL & ULTRALIGHT BACKPACKING IN THE TROPICS: http://www.sweetnaturalliving.com/travel-ebook/ *SUPPORT US ON PATREON - MONTHLY HANGOUTS AND EXCLUSIVE CONTENT: https://www.patreon.com/sweetnaturalliving *SIGN UP FOR PERSONAL HEALTH AND LIFE COACHING ONLINE: http://www.sweetnaturalliving.com/coaching *LIKE US ON FACEBOOK TO STAY CONNECTED: http://www.facebook.com/sweetnaturalliving
https://wn.com/House_And_Farm_Tour_Fuente_Verde_Eco_Community_Costa_Rica
Why every young person should be a farmer for a day. | Ian Piggot | TEDxHarpenden

Why every young person should be a farmer for a day. | Ian Piggot | TEDxHarpenden

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  • Duration: 10:43
  • Updated: 07 Dec 2015
  • views: 176
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Ian Piggot is farming the same land as his ancestors of 600 years, and is trying and testing a range of regenerative agricultural methods on his farm. He believes we we undervalue food as a society and blames this, to some extent, on urban living which has disconnected us from agriculture. To address this, he founded Open Farm Sunday - an event designed to reconnect urban society to agriculture and food which has grown to become bigger than the Glastonbury rock festival. In this talk, Ian explains why we should all give up a day a year to work on a farm. Not only might we learn to value food more, but it might even help us better tackle the future challenges of global food security. Ian is an entrepreneur and farmer in the Harpenden area of Hertfordshire. UK. His family have been farming in the area for over 600 years. After a period of time working in the financial sector in the city of London, Ian returned to the farm and tried different ways of farming to do the best by has land whilst remaining profitable. He founded "Open Farm Sunday" which has attracted over a million visitors to farms around the UK and is now an international event. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
https://wn.com/Why_Every_Young_Person_Should_Be_A_Farmer_For_A_Day._|_Ian_Piggot_|_Tedxharpenden
Natural & Organic Products Trade Show 2016 | ExCeL, London

Natural & Organic Products Trade Show 2016 | ExCeL, London

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  • Duration: 5:02
  • Updated: 19 Apr 2016
  • views: 477
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Vegan products galore at the Natural & Organic trade show. Interview featuring Elisabeth Haljas (@nutrinformed) 18 April 2016 //CONNECT// www.vegannigerian.com www.facebook.com/VeganNigerian www.twitter.com/vegannigerian www.instagram.com/vegannigerian
https://wn.com/Natural_Organic_Products_Trade_Show_2016_|_Excel,_London
Cultivating Change: City Farming Project - Part 2

Cultivating Change: City Farming Project - Part 2

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  • Duration: 9:14
  • Updated: 11 Jan 2009
  • views: 1288
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City Farming Project - Cultivating Change-Part 2 of 2. London, Ontario group growing organic, local food using sustainable methods. Educating the community and growing yummy healthy veggies. Join us stopping urban sprawl and reducing carbon footprints by producing food locally and learning how to grow and where our food comes from.
https://wn.com/Cultivating_Change_City_Farming_Project_Part_2
Organic Grown Food

Organic Grown Food

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  • Duration: 2:33
  • Updated: 05 Jun 2013
  • views: 151133
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Organic grown food information by Organic Grown Direct: Organic Grown Food locally grown organic food home grown organic foods how organic food is healthier how is organic food good for you how is organic food made how is organic food processed how organic food helps the environment organic farming organic grown food benefits advantages of organically grown food health benefits of organic food benefits of eating organic food environmental benefits of organic food benefits of organic food for children organic food benefits articles organic food benefits and disadvantages organic food benefits environment organic vs locally grown food benefits of locally grown food why eat locally grown food benefits of eating locally produced foods when did organic food became popular organic food articles in magazines is it better to buy local or organic benefits of eating locally locavore benefits home grown organic foods home grown organic foods reviews homegrown organics Searches related to organic food is grown without locally grown organic food home grown organic foods organic food not healthier organic food not really organic baby food organic or not organic food coop florida
https://wn.com/Organic_Grown_Food
Getting to grips with organic farming | DW English

Getting to grips with organic farming | DW English

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  • Duration: 4:47
  • Updated: 15 Jun 2017
  • views: 1209
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Tanzanian eco-volunteer Shahaya Shao has spent more than six months at an organic farm in the north of Germany learning more sustainable agriculture methods. Will he be able to stick with organic when he’s back home? More eco@africa reports: http://www.dw.com/en/tv/eco-at-africa/s-32686
https://wn.com/Getting_To_Grips_With_Organic_Farming_|_Dw_English
Alan Titchmarsh visits a British apple farm - Waitrose

Alan Titchmarsh visits a British apple farm - Waitrose

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  • Duration: 3:59
  • Updated: 25 Sep 2013
  • views: 72028
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Alan Titchmarsh visits Jeremy Linsell, who has been growing apples at Braiseworth Orchards in Suffolk for 16 years. http://bit.ly/17YWmdt
https://wn.com/Alan_Titchmarsh_Visits_A_British_Apple_Farm_Waitrose
Help Save Azure Organic Farms!

Help Save Azure Organic Farms!

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  • Duration: 12:39
  • Updated: 15 May 2017
  • views: 2164
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Take action: email or call Sherman County Court today and stop them from spraying our 2,000-acre Organic farm with herbicides… More details in this video and below… Read this URL for more details: http://www.naturalnews.com/2017-05-14-azure-farm-in-oregon-about-to-be-mass-poisoned-with-glyphosate-by-county-government.html
https://wn.com/Help_Save_Azure_Organic_Farms
ORGANIC FOOD ITALY, ORGANIC OLIVE OIL. REAL PEOPLE GROWING REAL FOOD AT SUZIE'S YARD IN TUSCANY.

ORGANIC FOOD ITALY, ORGANIC OLIVE OIL. REAL PEOPLE GROWING REAL FOOD AT SUZIE'S YARD IN TUSCANY.

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  • Duration: 6:28
  • Updated: 21 Nov 2014
  • views: 6891
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Real Food and Sustainable Tourism in Tuscany. We offer the unique experience to discover the real food and the real people at http://www.suziesyard.com/. A lot of activities at Mount Cetona is 750 miles from London, or the same distance as Dover to John O’Groats. Our journey began in 1999 when we swapped city life for rural Tuscany. Looking for clean air and a slower pace of life, we got bitten by the land bug and by what it means to grow real food. Suzie’s Yard started with these beautiful, old olive trees. Most families in the area have their own grove and we wanted to be part of that. And once you make your own oil, there’s no going back. Here we are in Le Cretaie, an olive grove that’s south facing and protected from the harsh winds. It has the perfect combination of cultivars, soil and microclimate to produce some of the best extra virgin olive oil to be found anywhere in the world. A hilltop village of 2000 people, Cetona is almost like stepping back in time. Within the lifespan of our olives it has seen war and famine, good times and bad. Everyone knows each other; everyone has time. A funny, stoic people, settled in a landscape both beautiful & unforgiving, there’s a lot that’s genuine including the food and the welcome you’ll receive. Halfway between Rome and Florence, off the beaten track, Cetona is a hidden gem. Cetona’s Rocca castle is over eight hundred years old. In its shadow farmers continue to work their fertile land with humility. These smallholdings are often organic; chemicals are, after all, simply expensive. The world maybe a very different place from fifteen years ago in many respects; but life here in the fields goes on almost unchanged. In an age when food has never been more plentiful in the rich world, many of us have questions. There are big problems associated with large farms and factory produced globally transported food: whether if be the impoverishment of the soil, the disappearance of the birds and the bees, the chemical residues, the inhumane treatment of animals, the corn starch, the pink slime, the diabetes, the list goes on… In our rush to embrace convenient food are we unwittingly sacrificing sustainable? Whilst we delighted in everything available all year round, we know what happened to truly tasty when seasonal. Current food safety standards … well, as a producer I wonder that they may turn out not to have been so safe, tomorrow. In a landscape of castles and gardens nestle top quality restaurants-cum-cookery schools whisking us back to simpler flavours. Osterie where young and talented chefs, are selecting the best local ingredients and the best organic wines from people they know, and whose production methods they hold in esteem. Farmers with tablets and GPS in their tractors are choosing to plant vintage variety wheat that is more pest resistant and more nutritious even if the yield is lower. Artisans who know their history and are passionate about their art are networked, have websites and are reaching a wider public than ever before. Maybe, if we want it to, all of this will survive. How much faith should we be putting in a food system that is skewed in favour of industrial scale production, whose advocates lobby so actively to get the legislation they need…? To produce more cheaply; but at what price for us all long-term? By putting great taste & health first we’ll all be supporting planet earth, small farmers and functioning communities. By buying from people we know we can all bridge the gap between cities and rural areas. Adopt a tree, what an excuse to come and spend time in a place that has great food, fantastic wines, and many talented individuals; no noise, no traffic, where you can see the stars, where you can relax and dream; regenerate and move forward… Together with young photographer Dario Pichini and local musicians Diego Perugini and Alessandro Cristofori, rather than tell the story of how Cetona once was, when it is no more, we wanted to make a video that would celebrate how it is today, managing to embrace both the traditional and the contemporary; and the choices people are currently making, to stay independent and small, against all the odds.
https://wn.com/Organic_Food_Italy,_Organic_Olive_Oil._Real_People_Growing_Real_Food_At_Suzie'S_Yard_In_Tuscany.
Beaverton Farmers Market // Building a small city

Beaverton Farmers Market // Building a small city

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  • Updated: 17 Oct 2016
  • views: 1546
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https://wn.com/Beaverton_Farmers_Market_Building_A_Small_City
Heeley City Farm, Sheffield

Heeley City Farm, Sheffield

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  • Updated: 26 Nov 2012
  • views: 3635
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A profile of some of the large animals kept at Heeley City Farm in central Sheffield. http://www.heeleyfarm.org.uk/ The farm hosts range of animals, a garden centre, organic food growing and a cafe. Large animals incude sheep, goats, pigs and a horse. Several rare breeds are kept at the site: Soay sheep, Bagot goats and Golden Guernsey goats. It also has a collection of small animals including rabbits, chipmunks, lizards, a ferret and a tarantula spider. Birds include ducks, geese, chickens and a peafowl. The farm produced 5 tonnes of organic fruit and vegetables in 2011, and has a small garden centre and cafe. It also coordinates community-based growing projects at a range of sites around Sheffield. In addition to a small core of paid staff, a large number of volunteers help run the farm. Local school children, young people and adults are all involved in these projects. The farm runs several courses including 'Young Rangers' for NEETS, and Organic Farm School Workshops. It runs vocational placements in Animal Care and Horticulture, and also offers 'Supported Learning' opportunities for adults with learning difficulties. The farm also hosts South Yorkshire Energy Centre, a facility showcasing renewable energy technologies.
https://wn.com/Heeley_City_Farm,_Sheffield
CNN Farming inside industrial London

CNN Farming inside industrial London

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  • Duration: 2:45
  • Updated: 06 Oct 2015
  • views: 1693
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CNN's Kristie Lu Stout looks at how GrowUp Urban Farms is using an alternative farming system called aquaponics to provide sustainable food for London.
https://wn.com/Cnn_Farming_Inside_Industrial_London