Video Gallery Archive

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 »

Healing the Soil Can Heal the Community

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016

Cornucopia’s Take: Enjoy this beautiful short film about Will Harris’ journey from industrial to regenerative farming on his family’s farm in Georgia, White Oak Pastures. His frankness and obvious love for the land and animals is inspirational.

one hundred thousand beating hearts – short film
by Peter Byck

Will Harris, owner of White Oak Pastures, tells us his evolution from industrial to regenerative farmer. Read Full Article »

Waking Up to Organics

Monday, October 10th, 2016

Cornucopia’s Take: Enjoy this farmer- and analyst-eye-view of organics and the future, and the fundamental importance of soil in organics.

OrganicFarming101 Healthy Soil
by Karen Kapnick

Organic farmers on why healthy soil is important. Author and analyst Robyn O’Brien talks about #FreeFrom foods and why more people are looking for them. Read Full Article »

Cornucopia Co-founder Mark Kastel Takes Live Questions on Organics

Wednesday, October 5th, 2016


Mark Kastel, Co-Director of The Cornucopia Institute, answers questions about organic on Facebook Live. Watch for future installments with Mark on The Cornucopia Institute Facebook page.

Elizabeth Kucinich Exposes GMO Labeling Law

Friday, August 5th, 2016

Cornucopia’s Take: Organic food activist Elizabeth Kucinich talks about how the DARK Act was passed, what it entails, and what comes next.

‘Dark Act’ won’t truly label GMO’s – Food & agriculture consultant
Facebook – Elizabeth Kucinich
by RT America


Critics have branded the new law requiring the labeling of GMO products the DARK Act, short for “Denying Americans the Right to Know,” arguing that it allows companies to use QR codes or 1-800 numbers as a form of labeling, forcing consumers to scan the code or make a call to get more information. Independent food and agriculture consultant Elizabeth Kucinich joins RT America’s Lindsay France to discuss the law, which she claims “won’t truly label GMO’s.” Read Full Article »