Video Gallery Archive

Pay-as-You-Can Restaurants Feed Everyone

Thursday, December 1st, 2016

Cornucopia’s Take: Watch an award-winning film from the 2016 Real Food Films contest. Presently there are about 50 restaurants in the U.S. successfully operating with the “pay-as-you-can” model.


Everybody Eats
2016 Winner at Real Food Films
on Vimeo

2016 Real Food Films Winner: Best Lens on Hunger Read Full Article »

Rich Soil Makes Rich Tea

Monday, November 7th, 2016

Cornucopia’s Take: Enjoy one of the winning films from the 2016 Real Food Films contest. This organic tea farmer in Japan shows his love for the soil and for tea in a video short.



Naturali Tea

2016 Winner at Real Food Films
on Vimeo

2016 Real Food Films Winner: Grand Prize Runner Up & Best Cinematography Read Full Article »

Virtual Press Conference: Organic Agriculture and Hydroponics

Tuesday, November 1st, 2016

Facebook

Mark Kastel, Co-Director of The Cornucopia Institute, held a live virtual press conference on Facebook today, Organic Agriculture and Hydroponics: Can a Soil-less Growing System be “Organic”?
Sign the proxy and learn more. Read Full Article »

Varroa Mites: To Treat or Not to Treat

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

Cornucopia’s Take: Many beekeepers treat their hives with miticides every year to kill Varroa mites, parasites that feed on developing bees. Some beekeepers suspect that if beekeepers did not treat them, bees would evolve to live with Varroa mites, producing a hardier bee. The interviews in this video begin about 30 seconds in, and offer first-hand accounts from beekeepers who keep feral bees, evolved to live with Varroa mites, and do not treat.


Treatment free beekeeping in Gwynedd, Wales
Vimeo
by Felix Remter

varroavideo

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Tucking the Garden in for Winter

Thursday, October 13th, 2016

Cornucopia’s Take: As the leaves fall, it is time to clean up garden beds. This video gives a general idea of how to do that.


How to Prepare Your Garden for Winter
Edible Feast

As the nights get chilly and the days grow shorter, it’s time to start thinking about putting your garden to bed for the winter.

Edible Feast asked LaManda Joy, Founder and Executive Director of the Peterson Garden Project in Chicago, for some advice on how to get the most out of your garden through the last weeks of Autumn. Read Full Article »