There is an unique rhythm to life in being a dairy farmer. Jon Bansen, a third generation farmer, it was his grandfather who began the family tradition.
Extended interviews with Joan Dye Gussow, one of the true pioneers and visionaries in the food movement from previously unpublished work.
Nancy Arcement talks about her goats, both the real ones she and her husband (Ed) raise and the decorative goat pillows she makes, as well. This video provides a glimpse of their whole process.
How do cats, a rabbit, a flock of chickens and a nest of honeybees all get along in an enclosed backyard? Urban homesteader Charlyn Ellis, shares her experience.
This short video is the story of farmer Tom Trantham and how his on-farm Happy Cow Creamery and bottling plant got built in 2002.
In this video, molecular biologist and organic public domain plant breeder, Alan Kapuler shares his personal views on GMOs.
Anthony Boutard, of Ayers Creek Farm, shows us some of the ancient grains (wheat) that he grows on his organic farm.
Marisa McClellan, of Food In Jars, shows us how to can marinated red peppers. These red peppers are great in sandwiches, salads, or in an antipasto plate.
In an effort to save the honeybees, a veteran researcher, Lynn Royce, looks at tree hive bees to uncover the clues that may help their populations
Research scientist and public domain plant breeder, Alan Kapuler, takes us on a tour of his greenhouse, he refers to as Kinship Garden.