Jeanne Carver describes how her ranching business had to come up with a new marketing approach to address declining markets and competition from overseas.
It’s one of largest freshwater aquifer’s in the world—and it’s running out in places.
Roger Rainville’s biodiesel production system didn’t come out of an instruction manual or textbook, it developed over a number of years through trial and error.
Roger Rainville is plowing ahead on meeting his own energy needs. His fuel costs about $1.70 per gallon to make.
In partnership with SARE, CUpS filmed the story of Jeanne Carver, and her historic ranch in Shaniko, Oregon.
Text written by SARE Tom Trantham was one of South Carolina’s top producing dairymen back in the 1980s. But he wasn’t making much money. He ran a typical confined feeding operation and his feed bill alone ate up 65 percent of his gross income. Then something happened that changed his life. One day in April [...]
Organic farmer Steven Schwen plows a different path through life; one built of a strong connection to the land, without many of the trappings of modern life.
This is a story about a farmer, his connection to the land, and the community of Potter County, in which he has lived throughout his life.