- published: 15 Dec 2015
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L-show hosted by Ms Annie Morales aired at Channel 35, of the Piaya Network Features a Farm to Table operations of Fresh Start Organics, a small group of companies based in Negros Island, Philippines and leads the way in bringing organic products in the mainstream market.
A short Documentary Video about "Organic Farming: The Negros Experience" (2008), showing a background and history of the Organic Movement in the province. The Video was produced by the Office of the Provincial Agriculturists (OPA), Province of Negros Occidental. Negros Island aims to be the Organic food bowl of Asia.... Organic na Negros!
Small Island, big responsibilities. Check out our latest ShortCut "Cultivating The Caribbean!" Coral Bay Garden Center's Hugo and Josephine produce food and landscape for St. John in the US Virgin Islands. Written and Directed by: Kevin Edwards Produced by: Tucker Hamilton Follow us on social media! - twitter.com/YRLShortCuts - instagram.com/YoungRealLeaders - facebook.com/YoungRealLeaders Young Real-Leaders presents ShortCuts: weekly 1-3 minute interactive videos where young successful business owners offer tips and advice for the next generation of workers. Watch, learn, and be inspired.
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits a permaculture oasis in the tropics. In this episode, you will discover how the land owner has a full permaculture food forest with an abundance of fruits, vegetables, leafy greens, beans and more without doing ANY work. You will also get a detailed tour of this small scale permaculture food forest that you can stay, play and enjoy the beauty and fruits of the permaculture designers labor. You will discover many of the unique, exotic edible and other useful food crops you can grow in the tropics as well as see the many ways this eco farm is growing food. You will also discover how this permaculture food forest is built ontop of rock and how fertility was created on-site to allow all the fruits, vegetables, herbs and other plants to g...
Some raw footage of the tour experience at Hawaii Sea Spirits Organic Farm and Distillery, home of OCEAN Organic Vodka and Deep Island Hawaiian Rum. Play your own favorite music along and take a ride! www.OceanVodka.com #toastthevoyage
The organic property features two homes, an automated enclosed greenhouse, and other structures with a total land area of 65 acres (26 hectares) on 5 sub-divided parcels: the main house complex; the casita; and 3 smaller fincas with pastures and prepared building sites. The entire property was mindfully designed to be long-lasting and low maintenance while keeping you connected via high-speed internet. Covered walkways link all structures which were completed in 2012. Lying at a fresh altitude of 1,200 meters, panoramic views abound up to the National Park, down to San Isidro’s lights, and across the entire valley Del General.
Mao Farms on the island of Oahu is known for its outstanding fruits and vegetables but it is even more famous for it's support of the island"s youth.
A Short Movie Highlighting the 12th NOAC( National Organic Agriculture Congress) and 10th Negros Island Organic Farmers Festival last Nov 25-29, 2015. Organic Farmers from around the Philippines gather at the country's Organic Capital, Negros Island for the biggest convergence of the Organic Movement. The1st Negros Island Slow Food Summit was also held during the week long celebration. More than 3,000 delegates coming from every region in the country took part in the event which only shows that Organic Agriculture has been the fastest growing multi-commodity agricultural sector, not just in the country but in the world. The Philippines now ranks 4th in Asia and 1st in the ASEAN in terms of land devoted to Organic Agriculture according to a recent survey by the IFOAM. This shows the gre...
Matuku Island Organic Farmer Interview Series. Levukaidaku Village, Matuku Island (Fiji), August 2016. - - TRANSCRIPT - - 'Welcome to Davuna. This is just a bit of my plantation that is here. I plant dalo, yaqona [kava], some cucumbers, and melon, baigani [egg plant], bele [tree spinach]...' Interviewer: Where does your plantation start? ' My plantation starts from down there, and comes right up there.' Interviewer: What made you do farming? Why don't you choose any other occupation? 'Because farming you have no boss to boss you around. You wake up anytime, if you don't work today, still you can eat. Dalo, cassava, fruits, you can eat expensive foods in the village rather than buying from Suva. Interviewer: Vinaka [thank you]. What's your message, if you have anything to say? 'My m...