Grown almost exclusively in South America, goosefoot (Chenopodium), better known as quinoa, has grown in popularity in the United States over the last several years.
Through Mercy Corp Northwest, the garden refuge program provides agricultural work and food for refuge families to help them transition safely into society.
Jorge dreams of running with the bulls in Pamplona but instead pursues running with the sheep in nearby Boorowa.
A couple is seated at a restaurant table and have some questions first for their server before they order.
It’s a tale of opposing interests. A farmer in order to preserve his cash crop, and his future livelihood, is using up the available supply of local groundwater causing a neighbor homeowner’s well to run dry. This short video from the folks at KQED.
“A short documentary by filmmaker chronicling the transformation of a ’78 Mazda pick-up truck into an edible garden for the 2010 Northwest Flower and Garden show.”
From the commercial film world, a visual tribute to the ubiquitous egg.
From the Lexicon of Sustainability, a graphic animation video explaining the important role of biochar in helping promote the vitality of agricultural soil.
Though food is not the central focus of this film, Found Memories provides a satisfying look at people living out their lives with grace and humanity.
For 4 years, a Seattle Times reporter and a photographer, have travelled around the world to investigate the growing effects of ocean acidification on fish.