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Ubud Saturday Farmers Market, Bali In this video MT World are in Bali and we visit Ubud Saturday Farmers Market! We talk with the farmers, try some of their produce and show you what amazing fruit, greens and other organic raw food stuff you can find here. So check this video for a tour around Ubud Saturday Farmers Market! And go to load up with fruits of bali, greens of bali, one of the best organic greens you can find in bali. So go and see the ubud farming. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "HOW TO OPEN AND EAT CACAO FRUIT" → https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYB1EqJblco -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
When it comes to your food, nature always has the last word. Most pro-organic documentaries make their point by taking stabs at the cruelty and other evils involved in the world of industrialized farming. In this short documentary portrait, Jesse Straight, owner of Whiffletree Farm, shows us a different approach. As he gestures to the beautiful landscapes that surround us he explains, "being a farmer is special because this is my office. You spend your day making animals happy...you get to do things that help the things around you thrive". The passion that Jesse exudes in this film will make you question every fast-food burger you've ever eaten, but for all the right reasons. Director & Editor | Alexis Kikoen Director of Photography | Liz Lane Camera Operation | Susan Thompson & Alexis ...
Tasha shows us how to make cob at her urban farm in Bali
Bali Blue Krishna Grower Certified Organic Received 2/17/2015 This big, beautiful cup starts with a nose full of dark chocolate and pipe tobacco. The tobacco comes back with a quick hit of cherry cavendish on the first taste. The bold, full, velvety body carries notes of salted chocolate, old French oak, cinnamon bark and black pepper spice, and a mild rye bite. The mellow finish lingers pleasantly. Roast Color: Dark Prep: Wet-Hulled Body: Heavy Flavor Profile: Thick, volcanic, syrupy GROWER: Smallholder farmers from Kintamani REGION: Kintamani, Bali, Indonesia ALTITUDE: 1,200 – 1,600 meters PROCESS: Hand picked, wet-hulled, two-step sun drying on raised beds VARIETY: Bourbon, (S795 & USDA 762) Typica, Catimor HARVEST: May – October SOIL: Volcanic loam CERTIFICATION: Organic Our Bali ...
An EcoFarm tradition - Learn what these farmers do, why they do it, and what they’ve learned along the way. *The video starts at 1.37 with a Commemoration of those in the ecological agriculture movement who have passed away. The Successful Organic Farmers plenary begins at 30:55. Commemoration… Alan York Barney Burns Greg Muck Howard Beeman Jr. Phil Hale John Kinsman Roger Blotsky Stephen Gaskin Terry Poiriez Theo Colburn Successful Organic Farmers Don Tipping Seven Seeds Farm, Williams, OR Seven Seeds Farm is a small, organic family farm in the Siskiyou Mountains of SW Oregon with rushing, spring fed creeks flowing through old growth forests and pine oak savannah. Since 1996 they have produced fruits, vegetables, seeds, herbs, wool, eggs, lamb and people. Lauded as one of the best exa...
organic fair trade worn(r-)evolution: Created and manufactured on one of the most exotic Indonesian islands, Bali. The worn(r-)evolution collection is the refinement of a melting pot of elements forming a synchronized entirety. This progressive jeans & casual brand establishes its identity through the use of authentic techniques and details integrated in each style. The collections diversity is evolved from themes and inspirations such as: Final Notice, Wisdom Culture, Future & Positive, Planetary Issues. Theses inspirations, combined with the authenticity, have been utilized in the handmade prints and embroideries used on the t-shirts. Next to the tops is a range of denim and heavy washed canvas trousers. The denims are spread over two different washing techniques: rough vintage and heavy...
Visited the collective cacao farm and chocolate factory own by villages
These farmers of Kemenuh village fifteen kilometres from Ubud collect a wide diversity of wild food, particularly leaf vegetables, from the wild areas like forests, edges of cultivated ares and rice paddy bunds. They named ground covers and several ferns and many "weeds" like maung maung (really delicious and looks like a Sonchus, milk thistle), japang, sak sak, buyong, pakui; they eat these sayur (green vegetables) with coconut pulp left over after expressing the oil. So as you walk around you can collect food. You only have to know which ones, and how to prepare them. See Ochse, Vegetables of the Dutch East Indies, 1888.
Seventeen years ago, Bernie Wickenheiser began farming 200 acres while working a second job in the oil fields of Alberta to make ends meet. That land had been cultivated for many years by his father, who farmed and taught school at the same time. By 2006, Bernie's curiosity about organic farming had become a passion. "This is a moral thing not a money thing," he says. "An ethical thing, understanding what all these sprays, all these chemicals and fertilizers actually do to the human body." Find out more about Wickenheiser Farms at OneDegreeOrganics.com/farmers/wickenheiser-farms/. And meet all our farmers at OneDegreeOrganics.com. Produced by One Degree Organics in September 2012. All rights reserved.
BASF invites consumers to visit Canadian farms and ask growers questions about where food comes from, food safety, organic versus modern methods of farming and the sustainability of agriculture for future generations. We create chemistry. Read more at http://www.agsolutions.ca.
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits his friends farm to share with you how sustainable farming can be better than simply organic agriculture. In this episode, John shares with you a small farm on Maui that is growing food in the most natural, "organic" and sustainable way as possible with primary focus on reusing on-site materials vs bringing in external inputs such as fertilizer as much as possible. In this episode you will learn about many of the elements of this sustainable farm that make it a viable family business operation in the tropics with year-round growing conditions. You will discover some of the lesser known and uncommon crops that can be easy to grow in places that do not get a freeze. You will also discover different growing techniques that will allow yo...
Pearl's Secret Garden. As promised - we show you our secret garden. Only fresh at Pearl French Restaurant. Enjoy! Organic farm i Bedugul. #Pearl #PearlBali #PearlRestaurant #Bali #French #Gastronomy #Chef #JeremyBlanchet #cuisine #secret #organic #finedining
Since early Spring, Farmers Weekly has been visiting Adam Henson's Gloucestershire farm, exploring the theme of sustainability in modern farming. The first programme in the series asks "What does sustainable farming actually mean?" In this series of articles we're trying to explore just what that familiar buzzword means when it gets mud on its boots. So far, we've looked at what true environmental sustainability means, looked critically at many modern arable farming practices, and explored how diversification has made businesses more sustainable, too.
Japan is traditionally known as a farming nation with rice as its main crop. Agricultural skills have been handed down from father to son for generations but the farming population is declining and the average age of farmers has risen to 66. To counter this declining trend, a private university has opened a new farming facility with state of the art technology.
The price of coffee in Indonesia has dropped to a third of the price from one year ago, due to an oversupply of it in the world's market. This has caused many coffee farmers in Indonesia to stop growing coffee and switch to other plants, such as oranges. Indonesia, the fourth largest coffee producer in the world, is suffering to compete in the world's market. Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen reports from Bali.
Training smallholders in better cocoa farming methods increases their yield, the quality of their crop and their income. Not only do these Field Schools help 4,500 cocoa growers feed their families in Indonesia, they also help ensure a supply of sustainable cocoa for the world.
Get it here: http://www.oldbisbeeroasters.com/Bali-Blue-p/bali_new_krishna.htm GROWER: Smallholder farmers from Kintamani REGION: Kintamani, Bali, Indonesia ALTITUDE: 1,200 – 1,600 meters PROCESS: Hand picked, wet-hulled, two-step sun drying on raised beds VARIETY: Bourbon, (S795 & USDA 762) Typica, Catimor HARVEST: May – October SOIL: Volcanic loam CERTIFICATION: Organic