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Fortunate Farm: Visionary Carbon Farming from a Brewery’s Waste Stream

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  • Fortunate Farm: Visionary Carbon Farming from a Brewery’s Waste Stream

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    – As a young farmer, Gowan Batist worked with the North Coast Brewing Company to establish a family farm with a focus on rotational grazing, composting, and heirloom vegetables. Learn about how Gowan is “carbon farming” by using the waste stream from the local brewery. (February 2016)

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  • Carbon Farming - The Next Lie

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    Regenerative farming. Soil regeneration. Carbon sequestration. Carbon farming. Etc.

    These all sound great. And carbon sequestration is great...if we are talking about nature's carbon sequestration.

    The version being sold to the public defies every natural aspect of actual carbon sequestration, making it just another deception in the process of continuing to harm the planet for the profit of a few.

    Storing carbon in the soil requires deep roots that are well established and are allowed to work over long periods of time. These roots require the assistance of microscopic organisms and fungi. Both the native plants with deep roots and the assisting fungi mentioned above don't exist in cattle grazed areas...BECAUSE OF THE CATTLE GRAZING!!!!!


    Massive loads of excrement from the cattle suffocate the sensitive biological soil crusts that are essential to carbon sequestration. Wide hooves holding 1,400 lb animals trample the beginnings of life. On land that is already saturated with cattle manure the ranchers add even more manure and we're supposed to think this is a good thing because it's been packaged into a new phrase on a topic most people don't know anything about.



    The annual, invasive plants that have replaced the native plants CAN'T SEQUESTER CARBON even if one were foolish enough to believe that more poop is what we need to combat a poop problem in the first place.


    In this particular case when discussing the issue of excess carbon we are talking about the cattle excrement. So to battle this excessive carbon instead of removing the poop a new marketing campaign is launched to make poop farming sound like a solution. All while continuing to promote an industry that is largely responsible for destroying nature's system of actually dealing with carbon.


    Imagine that you have a large wound that is bleeding profusely. The doctor recommends a solution of continuing to cut away at the wound with smaller knives rather than sewing up the wound and removing the knives. That's how ridiculous carbon farming is. But here are some pretty colored band aids that are too small to cover any of the wound if that makes you feel better.



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  • Carbon Farming - An Industry of the Future

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    Meet the Australian carbon farmers earning income for cutting greenhouse gas emissions or sequestering carbon. They're finding lots of extra benefits like better animal production, water management and biodiversity. We check out reef credits too.

  • Carbon Farming

    3:21

    FCCT are running a crowdfunding project to help farmers adopt Carbon Farming techniques. Let's kickstart a farming and climate change revolution! To find out more visit our Crowdfunding page
    or our website


    Film by Ed Dowding

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  • Carbon Farming: Harnessing The Power of The Soil

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    John Wick, co-founder of the Marin Carbon Project, was just trying to find a way to get rid of weeds on his ranch when he stumbled upon a powerful climate change solution. He learned about an approach to farming that helps sequester carbon in the soil.

    Credits:
    EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: JOEL BACH, DAVID GELBER and DREW MAGRATTEN
    WRITER: JOEL BACH
    SCRIPT EDITORS: JOEL BACH, JOSH FUTTERSAK, DAVID GELBER, MAYA LILLY, DREW MAGRATTEN and MATT ROSENBAUM
    VIDEO EDITOR: ETHAN DAVID

    Sources:
    [i] Drovers.com. How rotational grazing improves pasture health. April 19 2016.
    [ia] MALT.org. Carbon Farming. Accessed: Mar 29 2019.
    [ii] PubMed.Gov. Greenhouse gas emissions from liquid dairy manure: Prediction and mitigation. Jul 18.
    [iii] MarinCarbobProject.org. Compost. Accessed: Mar 29 2019.
    [iv] EPA.Gov. Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions Data. Accessed: Mar 29 2019.

  • Carbon Farming: Agriculture’s Answer to Climate Change | Bioneers

    3:39

    Ranchers, farmers, scientists, and food system activists share solutions, practices and the latest research on how carbon farming can play a preeminent role in addressing climate change and ensure food security by stewarding working landscapes to sequester carbon.

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    Videography: Guido Lois, Kiss the Ground

    Editing: Guido Lois and Stephanie Welch

    Huge thanks to Kiss the Ground and The Marin Carbon Project

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  • Carbon farming could fight climate change and produce more crops

    4:03

    Bacteria in soil could help fight climate change and improve crop yields

    (Video produced by Nexus Media News)

  • John Wick and Calla Rose Ostrander: Carbon Farming | Bioneers 2017

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    Sequestering carbon from the atmosphere back into the soil is emerging as among the top biological strategies to radically mitigate climate disruption on large scales. It’s also a rapidly growing movement among farmers across the country, including in conservative communities – because it IS conservative… of the land and soil. John and Calla Rose are visionary leaders of the Marin Carbon Project, a gold standard of carbon farming research demonstrations. John is co-owner (with his wife Peggy Rathmann) of the Nicasio Native Grass Ranch. Calla Rose, former Fellow with the Rocky Mountain Institute, has led policy and climate action programs with Aspen, CO and San Francisco, CA, and is a leading advocate for and expert on agricultural carbon sequestration.

    Introduction by Nuna Teal, The Jena and Michael King Foundation.

    This speech was given at the 2017 National Bioneers Conference.

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  • Carbon Farming

    2:47

    Carbon farming is a great solution to start healing the lungs of our planet. Watch the video and find out more about carbon farming!

    Video: Tussitaikurit Oy / Marker Wizards Ltd.

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  • Carbon Farming in the Northern California Fibershed: Examples, Models, and Tools

    1:11:05

    Carbon Farm Planning provides a customized guide for producers to maximize the capacity of their land to be healthy, productive and resilient, while achieving quantifiable benefits toward greenhouse gas sequestration and climate change mitigation. What are some of the critical partnerships, funding opportunities and market-based incentives supporting and expanding this work in Northern California? In this webinar we will hear how fiber producers at various scales are planning and implementing carbon farm practices on their land. Learn about models and resources helping to establish a growing network of carbon farming practitioners on our landscape.

    Presenters will include Rebecca Burgess, Executive Director, Fibershed; Heather Podoll, Policy Coordinator, Fibershed; Erin Walkenshaw, Carbon Farm Cohort Organizer, Fibershed; Amy Skezas, Meridian Farm; Jim Jensen, Jensen Ranch; Sarah Keiser, Wild Oat Hollow

  • Carbon Farming Kickstarter

    6:15

    I'm raising funds through Kickstarter for a book on a permaculture climate change solution called Carbon Farming: A Global Toolkit to Stabilize the Climate with Tree Crops and Regenerative Perennial Agriculture. The campaign runs through April 30, 2013. This video gives an overview of the strategy and the book project. Visit

  • The Carbon Farmer

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    100 years from present day - meet a man whose family have been working the same upland farm, based on peat soils, for generations and have radically evolved in the face of climate change. In a world where tax payer’s money is used to subsidise work to maintain the health of peatlands for numerous public benefits, he and his granddaughter show us what could be possible in our future – what we could gain, and what we could manage not to lose.

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  • Cooling the Planet with Carbon Farming - John Wick | Bioneers

    4:20

    John Wick and the Marin Carbon Project are developing innovative carbon farming practices based on their research of the carbon cycle’s impact on soil. These practices draw down dangerous levels of atmospheric carbon and sequester that carbon in the soil where it becomes an agricultural asset. More carbon in the soil increases fertility and yields and make farms more resistant to droughts. If adopted on a global scale, carbon farming can make agriculture a driving force that will help solve the climate crisis and cool the planet.

    Learn more at farming

    Videography: Guido Lois and Brenda Manookin

  • OFF GRID CARBON FARMING: Winfield Farm Tour pt 1 | The Advanced Permaculture Student Online

    9:25

    Do you know of any other solar and biodiesel powered farms? Please share in the comments!!

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  • HLN Carbon Farming and Your Business: Renny Lea

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    Holbrook Landcare Network’s ‘Carbon Farming and Your Business’ project supports farmers to integrate carbon management into land and farm planning. Through this project, farmers and land managers will gain an increased awareness and understanding of the links between reducing greenhouse gas emissions and sequestering carbon in the landscape and the production efficiency, economic and environmental benefits that can follow. Holbrook Landcare Network can provide you with regionally relevant carbon farming information and support participation in the Australian Government’s Emissions Reduction Fund.

    The Emission’s Reduction Fund, or the ERF, is a central element to the Australian Government’s Direct Action Plan. Through the ERF, the Government will purchase Australian carbon credit units (ACCUs) from participants; providing an incentive for landholders, households and business to proactively reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by adopting new practices and technologies in business and on-farm.

  • Carbon Farming in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta

    4:34

    The Delta Conservancy has been working with the private hydrologic consulting and research firm Hydro Focus to develop what's known as a carbon methodology. The methodology is a set of rules that will allow Delta landowners the ability to quantify greenhouse gas emissions in their region. The approved methodology will allow them to convert land they currently use for traditional crops, like corn or alfalfa, to wetlands or rice cultivation - items known to absorb carbon from the air. The landowners can then participate in the carbon market by selling what are known as carbon offsets. Plus, the conversion of their crops will stop the land subsidence issues in the Delta. And in the case of wetlands or rice, it could reverse the effects of subsidence because the plants will add to the peat soils already being lost from traditional farming methods. This approach dovetails into the legislative actions being taken by Governor Brown and the State Legislature to improve the State’s cap-and-trade program and to ensure California continues to meet its ambitious climate change goals.

  • Fremont LEAFs Carbon Farming Story

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    There's no better time than Earth Day to honor those dedicated to practices that regenerate the earth. We thank Fremont LEAF for their pioneering work in carbon farming, building healthy soil, and reversing climate change. Watch their journey!

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  • Activate Cold Compost with Spent Brewery Grain

    7:36

    Free or cheap nitrogen rich, green material for your compost pile. Get in touch with some local breweries and find out what they do with their spent grain. Get a few buckets and mix it in with your leaves or wood chips to heat up your pile and add biodiversity to your compost.

  • Farming Carbon

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    Livestock producers Troy Stozek and Don McIntyre – both from southwestern Manitoba – are on the frontlines of farming carbon. By practicing rotational grazing, they’re able to raise more cattle on less land, and in doing so they’re restoring the soil and sequestering carbon from the atmosphere at the same time. Their stories and farming practices show that animal agriculture can be an important part of the climate solution.

  • QFF Carbon Farming Video Clips -Bev Henry 230513

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  • FAPC Research: Value-Added Products from Brewers Spent Grain

    2:01

    Iron Monk has become a well known business here in Stillwater, but how much do you truly know about the brewing process? Find out more about BSG and how it may soon be coming in the form of a delicious snack to a tap room near you!

  • Chickens love this grain used to brew beer

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    Grant Estrade feeds his chickens and pigs grain used in the beer-brewing process at Second Line and Brieux Carre.

  • Our Changing Menu: What Climate Change Means to the Foods We Love and Need

    1:3:14

    2019 Climate Change Seminar by Mike Hoffmann (Cornell Institute for Climate Smart Solutions, Cornell University)



    Recorded at Cornell University - April 15, 2019

  • Farmers Sequestering Carbon To Reverse Climate Change

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    The primary initiative from the French was called the “4 in 1000” initiative, where they are now incentivizing farmers to work towards building 0.4% organic matter on a yearly basis and have done the figures to show 10 years of reversed climate change if we can work towards that goal. Thankfully 22 other countries have now signed on to that initiative. Understand that when you build humus in your soil, when you see an increase in organic matter on a soil test, you didn't make new carbon. You've step into the carbon cycle and sequestered what otherwise would have been in the atmosphere. It is the solution. 1% increase in cultivated lands in the US pulls back over half of their total carbon emissions, and that's more than what's required to save the day. It's absolutely doable, but we've got to start doing it and we've got to start doing it fairly quickly.
    Just talking about the scale of this change, it really has been kind of a revolution that's now underway, and I'll just quickly brush over some of these slides. Driscoll's are the world's largest berry producers. They are 3.5, 3.57 billion dollar turnover. I've spent four days training their growers last year. It's not that they're new to this game, because 25% of Driscoll's production is organic and the interesting thing ... and this is, see the old school concept of organic, Ah yeah, you go organic, you can't do anything. You fall in a heap and hopefully the extra premiums will cover your losses and make you some money at some point. That is absolute total rubbish. There is absolutely no reason known that you should have less yields, it's just a different road to Rome, and here's the world's largest organic producers which they are now, almost a billion dollars in organic production who are out yielding ... we're not talking about the profit, because of the higher premium, they are substantially out yielding their conventional division with their organic division. They're learning so much from that whole biological processes thing that they ... and their whole game plan, now five years, 100% organics. And why not? You're actually out yielding, so it's understanding this, it's an old notion to think that you sacrifice by looking at growing more sustainably. It's simply not the case, it's just a different way of looking at it and there's all the tools, you just use them differently.
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  • Red Shedman Farm Brewery & Hop Yard DJs BrewTube ON LOCATION Beer Reviews #825-832

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    This time I am on location and gong LOCAL again at Red Shedman Farm Brewery in Mt. Airy, Maryland. As a big supporter of local craft beer, this type of place is right up my alley and it brings out my basic drinking instinct. For a quite small size brewery, Red Shedman Farm Brewery is a really cool place locate on the Western Maryland countryside that puts out beers tailor made for its scenic setting. While at Red Shedman Farm Brewery I tasted a few beers and was please by what I found. As I bonus I also got to meet the owner and taste some 2 day old IPA. Gotta like that. Enjoy this really fun afternoon in the Maryland countryside.

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  • Griffin Hills Farm Brewery

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  • No Kill Cropping and Carbon Storage

    1:29

    Looking at a No Kill Crop discussing the Carbon storage and weed effects in a wet year. See how applying No Kill can lead to a huge increase in biomass.

  • Beer Is Being Made Out of Recycled Water

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    A brewing company in California is selling beer made with wastewater from sinks, showers and washing machines. The Greywater IPA is getting rave reviews from beer experts, and is environmentally-conscious too. Cheers!

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  • 2011 Quivira Conference Dorn Cox - Tuckaway Farms,New Hampshire Part 2 of 3 part series

    15:21

    A Living Web Films Production.


    Across the nation, a new agrarian movement, centered on food and land health, is growing into a dynamic force. Led by youth (including the young-at-heart) and their mentors, this burgeoning movement is tackling some of the most daunting challenges of our time: food security, land restoration, conservation, climate adaptation, and sustainable prosperity. In the process, they are overturning traditional paradigms of conservation and agriculture. In this Conference we heard from a wide variety of new farm, ranch and conservation leaders and their innovative, hands-on ideas and practices that are changing the way we look at the land, our water, and ourselves. Courtney White, Executive Director.

    Dorn Cox - Tuckaway Farms - Lee, New Hampshire

    When it comes to agriculture in NH, we are like an underdeveloped country. So says Dorn Cox who is currently making a concerted effort to push farming squarely into the 21st century by building what he refers to as a biological system for his farm; it is a most singular system and very much a family enterprise.
    By successfully integrating the disciplines of plant biology and environmental engineering, Dorn is constructing a near complete carbon cycle making the farm largely self sufficient, reducing production costs, and limiting off farm purchases.
    Dorn Cox is a two-time NRCS Conservation Innovation Grant awardee. He has completed his 2006 grant for Farm-based Biofuel: Production, Storage, Co-generation and Education. He is a 2007 New Hampshire Young Farmer Achievement Award recipient.

  • Integrated Water and Energy Management at a Sustainable Craft Brewery

    5:22

    With a passion for both great tasting craft beer and sustainable brewing, Haliburton Highlands Brewing is doing it right. Watch this video to see how Haliburton Highlands Brewery integrated water and energy management into the design of their new brewery.

  • Beer Brewing Waste

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    There's a new use for beer you might want to know about.
    Beer brewing waste could help bone regeneration

    Reported in Science Daily from the University of Madrid...biomaterials for bone regeneration have been developed by researchers from beer brewing waste. The waste obtained from the beer brewing process contains the main chemical components found in bones (phosphorus, calcium, magnesium and silica), that after undergoing modification processes, this waste can be used as support or scaffold to promote bone regeneration for medical applications such as coating prosthesis or bone grafts, researchers report.

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  • NSW carbon farmer project breaks new ground

    2:41

    Farmers in the Central West are being rewarded for their innovation and will play an important role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions as they begin storing carbon in their soil. The Soil Carbon Pilot is the first of its kind in Australia and was developed by NSW DPI and Office of Environment and Heritage. It was funded by Catchment Action NSW and is being implemented on the ground by the Lachlan Catchment Management Authority.

  • Forest City Brewery

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  • News Update - Carbon Farming Initiative

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    Recently John Gavin, from Northwest carbon, held a series of workshops on the carbon farming initiative in Longreach, Winton and Aramac. Landholders were given the opportunity to learn about the initiative and possible carbon projects they could run.

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  • What is Carbon Farming? | Tamil Science

    3:21

    Check out our latest video about Manual Scavenging! - How plants take carbon dioxide from atmosphere and how we can save the carbon inside soil? Can we take our carbon levels to pre-industrial levels using carbon farming? Can we reverse climate change?

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  • Australian Carbon Farming

    3:13

    Carbon Central Network has started work on creating Australian Carbon Farming initiatives. Supported by LEMCO, the project is in the early development stages. LEMCO are currently building relationships with Australian experts in order to advance the projects.

  • NCBC Old Rasputin 16 can launch

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    From the idea of the Russian nested dolls comes a new member of the Old Rasputin family - a 16 oz. can and a cardboard wrapped 4 pack. No plastic to be waisted or to harm the environment! Aluminum cans are now more widely recycled than glass. But bottle lovers have no fear - we will continue to release our Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout in 12 oz. and 22 oz. bottles.
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  • Helping Farmers Beat The Heat

    1:44

    Many of us are donating funds for drought-stricken farmers, but what will we do when the money runs out? TIA researchers are helping farmers prepare for climate change.

  • Austin Materials Marketplace Sector Hangout: Breweries

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    We want to see Austin breweries lead the way on zero waste. Our city is home to over 20 breweries - their waste streams include large volumes of yeast slurry, spent grains, and off-spec beer; as well as smaller volumes of mylar bags and other packaging waste. 

    On 10/28, you’re invited to join other Austin brewers and AMM program participants to discuss landfill diversion and how to transform brewery waste into product. We’ll discuss current industry best practices, your biggest waste challenges as Austin brewers, and define how we can all work together in the Austin Materials Marketplace to get to zero.

    The Austin Materials Marketplace brings together businesses of all sizes and entrepreneurs in the City of Austin and Travis County to create closed-loop systems in which one company’s waste is another company’s raw material. For more information, visit

  • Brewing Beer to Save Water

    4:09

    The beer market in Arizona demonstrates how small innovations can help conserve water in the West. Watch PERC's latest video that shares the story of how the beer market is speaking up for rivers and helping preserve our precious water resource.

  • Going Gainesville at The Farm Brewery at Broad Run in Broad Run, VA!

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    Follow us as we take a tour of The Farm Brewery at Broad Run in Haymarket Virginia and taste some on the great beers this local 52 acre working farm has to offer. We're Going Gainesville.....Are you?

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  • Wastewater Treatment for Craft Breweries | BioGill

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    As a craft brewer, John knows a lot about making beer, but not much about wastewater. Find out how John has increased his profits and solved his wastewater problem.

  • We All Emit Carbon - So how can we sequester it?

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    Food production worldwide emits 25% of greenhouse gases.


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  • 2011 Quivira Conference Dorn Cox - Tuckaway Farms, New Hampshire Part 1 of 3 part series

    11:43

    A Living Web Films Production.


    Across the nation, a new agrarian movement, centered on food and land health, is growing into a dynamic force. Led by youth (including the young-at-heart) and their mentors, this burgeoning movement is tackling some of the most daunting challenges of our time: food security, land restoration, conservation, climate adaptation, and sustainable prosperity. In the process, they are overturning traditional paradigms of conservation and agriculture. In this Conference we heard from a wide variety of new farm, ranch and conservation leaders and their innovative, hands-on ideas and practices that are changing the way we look at the land, our water, and ourselves. Courtney White, Executive Director.

    Dorn Cox - Tuckaway Farms - Lee, New Hampshire

    When it comes to agriculture in NH, we are like an underdeveloped country. So says Dorn Cox who is currently making a concerted effort to push farming squarely into the 21st century by building what he refers to as a biological system for his farm; it is a most singular system and very much a family enterprise.
    By successfully integrating the disciplines of plant biology and environmental engineering, Dorn is constructing a near complete carbon cycle making the farm largely self sufficient, reducing production costs, and limiting off farm purchases.
    Dorn Cox is a two-time NRCS Conservation Innovation Grant awardee. He has completed his 2006 grant for Farm-based Biofuel: Production, Storage, Co-generation and Education. He is a 2007 New Hampshire Young Farmer Achievement Award recipient.

  • Carbon Farming in America

    6:41

    Darren Doherty, permacutlure designer and teacher from Australia, takes a few minutes to explain carbon farming and methods for sequestering carbon in soil while improving topsoil and conditions for healthy plant growth.

  • Goats eating gorse at Fortunate Farm

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    Farmer Gowan is cooing over her goats naturally combating invasive species by eating gorse. Filmed at Fortunate Farm in Caspar, California.

  • Carbon Farming & Nitrous Oxide Mananegment

    2:59

    Dr Helen Suter of the University of Melbourne talks about nitrous oxide management.

  • Tuckaway Farm

    2:59

    At Tuckaway, there was never a moment to take for granted, for there was never a moment to spare; no matter what we were doing, you could be sure we were doing it with heart.

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