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  • Anders Dreyer

    Administrator
    December 18, 2021 at 16:56

    Feeding Ourselves (2017)

    https://www.filmsforaction.org/watch/feeding-ourselves/

    Feeding Ourselves weaves intimate stories from the hopes and convictions of rural BC farmers and producers as they navigate undercurrents of uncertainty with our food system. Their commitment to local food culture inspires us to appreciate the significance and potential of feeding ourselves.

  • Anders Dreyer

    Administrator
    January 5, 2022 at 21:19

    The Food Forest Movement is Spreading Across Europe!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLAaVXMV8Y8

    Forest forests are on the rise in Europe! These highly productive food systems mimic natural ecosystems- creating a diversity of food while being a haven for a diversity of animals and insects. Food forests are a revolutionary alternative to the globalized, industrialized food system.

  • Anders Dreyer

    Administrator
    January 31, 2022 at 22:47

    The Food Forest – How I planned, planted and protect my food forest

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cdsnp8X89ZE

    In this episode from https://www.theweedygarden.com, I show how I have established my life long dream…The Food Forest. Here I can eat whatever I want, whenever I want…just like a Gorilla!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2nEIxQYiFRw

  • Anders Dreyer

    Administrator
    January 31, 2022 at 23:54

    BIOCHAR – Building homes for soil microbes

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAJt5tGwNVM

    Biochar is any type of organic material that has been through a process called Pyrolysis. That’s a Greek word. Pyro means fire, and lysis means separation. So to make a good biochar, all the elements need to be separated by fire at a certain temperature, and without much oxygen.
    Biochar is simply decomposing materials at high temperatures . Everything turns into gas…except the carbon. After pyrolysis, there is no nitrogen, no magnesium, no sulphur. No nothing except carbon. A carbon skeleton of what it was.
    I´m going to use that carbon and the structure that was created that left all these tiny crevasses and turn them into multi story microscopic apartment buildings and fill them with micro-organisms… the effective ones and put them in the garden.

  • Anders Dreyer

    Administrator
    February 6, 2022 at 23:48

    7 friends got damaged land. Built 1st restoration ecovillage

    In 1994 a group of seven friends began living and farming together on 80 acres of land 70 miles north of San Francisco. One of the first actions taken in the founding of the Sowing Circle community was an agreement made by all partners that each owner’s “share” in the company that owns the land would not be linked to the land’s market value.

  • Anders Dreyer

    Administrator
    May 28, 2022 at 22:10

    Welcome to Homeacres, My Channel Introduction 2022

    Welcome to my easy and time-saving ways to garden. Underpinning the approach I share is no dig, which allows soil life to maintain air, structure and drainage.
    Less soil work, fewer weeds, more plantings and harvesting.

  • Anders Dreyer

    Administrator
    June 6, 2022 at 23:14

    Magical 28-Year-Old Permaculture Food Forest – Growing Wild Together

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdi_9o92XcU

    In “Growing Wild Together” we return to the nearly 30-year-old food forest growing on the edge of a small town in the very south of Aotearoa New Zealand. The forest, previously an abandoned section filled with rubbish and burnt house remains, was the subject of our 2016 film An Invitation for Wildness. Now we’ve returned to find out what has changed in the forest and for the people who live there.

  • Anders Dreyer

    Administrator
    August 10, 2022 at 21:30

    Urban NO TILL Farm Growing 200+ Heirloom Varieties on 1 Acre

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_UfQ8NjOuA

    Watch how this urban no-till farm grows over 200 varieties of heirloom vegetables and flowers on just 1 acre of land. Ben Stein and Alicia Brown of Edible Uprising Farm are enthusiastic first-generation farmers who took a plot of leased land in Troy, NY and turned it into a thriving community farm in just a few months! Experience their ongoing struggles to work with their local city government as they navigate running a farm inside city limits, and learn how they sold their first season’s CSA shares to a new community with nothing to show but an empty field!

  • Anders Dreyer

    Administrator
    August 10, 2022 at 21:38

    One job for six great benefits

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IixZ1IbYOLQ

  • Anders Dreyer

    Administrator
    September 4, 2022 at 20:24

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