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. He produces his own on-farm biodiesel fuel.
In partnership with SARE, CUpS filmed the story of Jeanne Carver, and her century old ranch in Shaniko, Oregon.
Dairy farmer, Tom Trantham, converted his conventional dairy operation to a sustainable farm, increasing his milk production while also reducing his input costs.
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.
Dan Forgey, of Cronin Farms, describes his ongoing research with cover crops, this time looking at how they might be grown in sync with a cash crop of corn.
As manager of the 8,500-acre Cronin Farms in Gettysburg, South Dakota, Dan Forgey strives to build soil health—and yields—sustainably. Forgey has been using no-till management for more than 17 years and over that time, has developed a keen understanding of how his farming system works and where new challenges and opportunities exist.