Film, web sites, articles and videos!


Ken Meter   Building a Local Food Economy
Ken Meter on Agriculture and Community Food Systems     great!
Food Ark
Center for Food Safety 2010 Year in Review
Dirt! The Movie
Dirt: The Erosion of Civilizations
Michael Pollan   "Food Rules  An Eaters Manual"
What is Permaculture?      David Holmgren
Raj Patel   The Real Price of Food
As We Sow  The Corporate Farm
Wendell Berry
Wes Jackson...Agriculture is the #1 threat to biodiversity!
Eric and Anne Nordell on covercropping, ridge till etc. 
Michael Ableman Closing Keynote Address  The Future of Food Conference
Michale Ableman speaks to Agiculture 
The Link Between Meat Eating and Climate Change      Jeremy Rifkin
Listen to author Michael Pollan's interview with WHYY's Dave Davies !
Read Michael's  article "Farmer in Chief"
Eat food, not too much, mostly vegetables!
The World According to Monsanto
Eliot Coleman at the 5th Annual Food and Farm Summit
Eliot Coleman Speaks about his life in Farming
John Navazio "What's so Special about Organic Seed?"
Small Farmer Journal Lyn Miller, Ann Nordell, etc. 
Pat Mooney on nanotechnology
Hugh Lovel ...."Biodynamics demystified"
Alice Waters and Eric Schlosser  plus panel
Michael Phillips  Food as Medicine












Barbara Kingsolver author of 
"Animal Vegetable Miracle".
Michelle Obama breaks ground
So, I’ve had to update my rules. And with all this new marketing based on these ideas, my new suggestion is, if you want to avoid all this, simply don’t buy any food you’ve ever seen advertised. Ninety-four percent of ad budgets for food go to processed food. I mean, the broccoli growers don’t have money for ad budgets. So the real food is not being advertised. And that’s really all you need to know.

 Michael Pollen
MICHAEL POLLAN: Well, the reason we have a School Lunch Program, you know, it began as an effort really to get rid of this incredible overproduction of American agriculture. I mean, we’re using our children as a disposal for excess, you know, cheap ground beef and cheese and all these corn products, and that the—you know, under the School Lunch Program, we feed our kids chicken nuggets and tater tots in school. We’re using the School Lunch Program to teach them how to become fast-food consumers. So, it’s not about health, and it needs to be about health. So, if he can move that program in that direction, I think that will be wonderful.


Buying_Local.pdf
Buying_Local.pdf
Michael Pollan author of "The Omnivore's Dilemma"
Part 2
Part 3
Fear in the Fields  How Hazardous Waste Becomes Fertilizer
Seed Map    Where Food Really Comes From
Pat Mooney on the Dangers of Geoengineering 
A World of Possibilities Radio
Guy Dauncey Sustainable Energy Solutions at the End of the Oil Age
Walmart-High Cost of Low Prices
Darwins Nightmare
David Montgomery
Michael Pollan
Ken Meter
TERRY TEMPEST WILLIAMS: I think this is extremely significant. Wangari Maathai was the first of the global leaders to say the health of our communities is the health of the planet. She said that environmental responsibility is social responsibility. She was one of the first global leaders decades ago to say that there is no separation between how we treat the environment and how we treat each other. I think it’s important to note, Amy and Juan, that she said so often those of us working on the margins to create this open space of justice and democracy are not those who then inhabit that space and she has always advocated that we must not only create that space, but then step inside it and I think it’s significant to note that she ran for parliament in 2002, won, and was named the Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources
In Loving Memory of Wangari Maathai





One of our major tasks as farmers or food consumers is to educate the public to the heretofore-undisclosed fact that the world's energy and chemical- intensive industrial food system is the major cause of global warming. That is the central message of this rather detailed essay.

Game over for the climate?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLg2vnupJek&noredirect=1
A healthy respect for Dirt and Farmers just might play a role in shaping humanity's future.
According to a new report published by the United Nations Food 
and Agriculture Organization, the livestock sector generates more 
greenhouse gas emissions as measured in C02 equivalent - 18 
percent - than transport. It is also a major source of land and 
water degredation. 
Is the USDA a wholly run subsidiary of Monsanto?
    Image courtesy of the Conocopia Instutitute.
Steven Drucker
Natural Roots Farm NPR Dec. 31 2016