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What Causes World Hunger
"Food production must once again be an issue of sustainability, taking care of the earth and the human right to food must be an inalienable right.” - Dr. Vandana Shiva ... visit »

What Causes World Hunger

Peasants Globalise Hope
A short doco validating the historical and cultural role of the peasantry in many societies and their fundamental task of feeding the people, even in times of war, fascism, authoritarianism and pandemics ... visit »

Peasants Globalise Hope

Not AGRA: Food Systems 2021
Multiple smallholder organisations reject the appointment of Agnes Kalibata, President of the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA), as UN's Special Envoy to the 2021 Food Systems Summit ... visit »

Not AGRA: Food Systems 2021

GMOs: Farmer Gives Feedback
Howard Vlieger has farmed for decades, before and after GMO crops became the norm. Hear his remarkable first hand experiences and research into using GMO crops as well as feeding GMO feed to livestock ... visit »

GMOs: Farmer Gives Feedback

Regeneration: The Beginning
Combining the scientific findings that identify the root cause of the current USoA chronic disease epidemic with its connection to chemically-dependent agricultural practices. Farmers and doctors national movement: a new doco series ... visit »

Regeneration: The Beginning

Young Agrarians Needed
Sweeping land reforms are needed. As the farming population dwindles, what will happen to the land. A new generation of young farmers is emerging, eager to become stewards of the land and healthfully provide for their communities ... visit »

Young Agrarians Needed

The True Cost of Milk - NZ
NZ's dairying has serious environmental impacts: the amount of water used, the effluent pollution, the soil compaction, and the greenhouse gases emitted ... visit »

The True Cost of Milk – NZ

Seeds of Freedom
Charting the story of seed from its roots at the heart of traditional, diversity rich farming systems across the world, to being transformed into a powerful commodity, used to monopolise the global food system ... visit »

Seeds of Freedom

Edible Schoolyard
School gardening project does more than teach students about the fundamentals of organic gardening. It teaches life lessons about interdependence, caring for the environment, and the value of hard work ... visit »

Edible Schoolyard

Billions in Change
Elegantly simple inventions that changed the lives of millions of people, and the unconventional billionaire spearheading the project ... visit »

Billions in Change

Food Vulnerabilities: Kaufman & Roberts
Keynote presentation at the National Policy Conference about the looming global food crises; considering resilience and the vulnerabilities of financialisation of food commodities ... visit »

Food Vulnerabilities: Kaufman & Roberts

The Worm is Turning
UN studies show - that in fact small, ecological farms are more productive, and can feed more people better, and at the same time restore the environment ... visit »

The Worm is Turning

Eating Alabama
In search of a simpler life, a young couple returns home to Alabama where they set out to eat the way their grandparents did -- locally and seasonally ... visit »

Eating Alabama

How To - Start Being a Farmer
Farmer-hero Joel Salatin, Polyface Farms, outlines his ideas about getting into small-scale farming ... visit »

How To – Start Being a Farmer

Localising Grain Production
A promising local sustainable food project in the US - rice farming, the African way ... visit »

Localising Grain Production

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