Shosone River Farm
Organic farmer Scott Richard calls his farm â€śbio-friendlyâ€ť, for now, as he restores a former dairy site from a depleted state to a deeply rich, organic haven of vegetable productivity. Four years into the process, the evidence of his ingenuity is breathtaking.
3513 Sheridan Ave.
Cody, WY. 82414
Biodynamic Gardening Report 38â€”Feb. 6-12, 2015
Recorded at the Thursday night farmers market in San Luis Obispo, this episode of the Biodynamic Gardening Report includes info about optimum days for planting root crops as well as how to discourage aphid-farming ants in the greenhouse. Because we both feel very concerned about the uncontrolled experiment of GMO$ unleashed on the United States population, our podcast will help shed light on this murky biotechnology. From extremely powerful herbicidal sprays to battle ever-evolving super weeds to the ecosystemic deadening of vast fields of monoculture, GMO$ are a terrible idea for our health and our environment.
Apricot Lane Farms is a Demeter certified Biodynamic farm in Southern California. This is a gorgeous little film produced by Apricot Lane Farmer and Filmmaker John Chester.
Biodynamics ~ Sustainable Farming
Meet Demeter Co-Director and farmer Jim Fullmer, interviewed during a recent farm visit in North Carolina. Thanks to the talented and beautiful Keresey Proctor for shooting and producing this sweet little video.
Welcome to Demeterâ€™s Biodynamic Garden & Lounge, showcased at the 2012 National Heirloom Expo in Santa Rosa, CA. Take a tour through the garden with Demeterâ€™s Co-Director Elizabeth Candelario and iGrow Documentary Film Maker Scott Franklin Manning.
â€śGenetic Rouletteâ€ť, a documentary by Jeffrey M. Smith and the Institute for Responsible Technology, is a concise and hard hitting presentation covering the facts about GMO technology and the growing body of scientific research linking the deterioration of Americanâ€™s health with the rise of GMO food consumption.Â
The Mystery of Biodynamics
During this episode of Americaâ€™s Test Kitchen Radio, Host Christopher Kimball talks about biodynamics, and why he thinks it may replace organic as the best way to grow food. Featuring Elizabeth Candelario, Demeter's Marketing Director, and Boston Globe wine columnist Stephen Meuse.