• Organic Farming in Guatemala

    I met a farmer named, celso in Panajachel, Guatemala. He let me live on the farm and learn organic farming the Guatemalan way.

    published: 08 Sep 2014
  • Organic Farming Revolutionizing Guatemala Communities

    Organic Farming Revolutionizing Guatemala Communities

    published: 22 Sep 2014
  • Guatemala - Organic Coffee Farmers - Manos Campensinas Cooperative

    Visit a family farm in Guatemala. This footage is from Manos Campensinas Cooperative, one of Pachamama Coffee's member owners.

    published: 10 Apr 2010
  • Final Video Tour, Building Organic Free Range Chicken Farm in Guatemala for Poor Family

    Day 10, the final day of construction of this Organic, Free Range Chicken Farm built in Guatemala, for a poor family of four. Michael Pinson provides a full detailed tour of the 1700 square foot project built. A charity project to provide sustainable food and income for a single family suffering from extreme poverty. This is Organic Free Range Chicken Farm for this poor family in Guatemala. They had no electricity and no running water in their home when we started this project. We built 80 egg laying nests for hens that will produce an average of 3,200 eggs per month, with an additional 42 breeding bests that will produce 320 new chicks per month once in full peek production. The farm was stocked with two adult roosters and 40 adult hens. 25 hens where put into breeding production ...

    published: 09 Nov 2015
  • Rural Poverty - In Their Own Words: Guatemala

    Strengthening the capabilities of rural people to take advantage of opportunities in the rural non-farm economy is essential according to the Rural Poverty Report 2011, prepared by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). When rural women are able to access better paid jobs outside of the agricultural sector it benefits their families as well as the wider economy. In this video, María Ana Lagog González, a weaver from Guatemala, talks about how she has been able to offer her family a better future through weaving. For more: http://www.ifad.org/rpr2011/index.htm

    published: 03 Dec 2010
  • Caoba Farmer's Market-Antigua, Guatemala

    Caoba Farms is an organic farm in the heart of Antigua. It's 3 acres of both local an exotic fruits and vegetable. They sell amazing organic and whole food products in their onsite store and hold the largest organic seed bank in Central America. They also have a volunteer program I've signed up to and host a monthly farmer's market and fair.

    published: 08 Dec 2015
  • organic/natural farming: sunshine free-range/pastured chicken

    published: 16 Feb 2011
  • Touring A New Coffee Farm In Guatemala

    Finca Armenia. A 120-year-old family coffee farm. Meet Teddy; 4th generation coffee farmer in San Marcos, Guatemala. Many German families came to the area in the 1800's in search of a better life. These family farms produce some of the world's best coffees. --- For nearly 40 years San Francisco Bay Coffee has been committed to producing the finest coffee anywhere and "doing good where ever we do business". Now with more than 4 brands of coffee and tea, our family of products are available in stores across the country including Costco, HEB, Ralye’s and Safeway as well as the major online retailer, Amazon.com. Our approach to farming, milling, roasting, packaging and selling coffee is different than any other company. By going straight to source, we are able to focus on farming innovatio...

    published: 22 Sep 2017
  • Why Organic, Sustainable Farming Matters | Portrait of a Farmer

    When it comes to your food, nature always has the last word. Most pro-organic documentaries make their point by taking stabs at the cruelty and other evils involved in the world of industrialized farming. In this short documentary portrait, Jesse Straight, owner of Whiffletree Farm, shows us a different approach. As he gestures to the beautiful landscapes that surround us he explains, "being a farmer is special because this is my office. You spend your day making animals happy...you get to do things that help the things around you thrive". The passion that Jesse exudes in this film will make you question every fast-food burger you've ever eaten, but for all the right reasons. Director & Editor | Alexis Kikoen Director of Photography | Liz Lane Camera Operation | Susan Thompson & Alexis ...

    published: 02 Jun 2014
  • My Guatemala Farm

    This video offers a view into a cross section of my little educational model farm in Guatemala.

    published: 02 Jan 2014
  • my first wwoof - farming in central america

    In Belize I took part in my first Woofing experience at Spanish Creek Farm. This film explains what Woofing is and how to take part in it. It also shows what work and activities took place at the farm. This includes; nursing a lamb, horse riding, looking after chickens, bamboo trimming, mulching, upkeep of plants and gardens, harvesting, cooking, furniture building and tool maintenance plus much more. This film is created to promote the concept of woofing and to open peoples eyes to the type of work that takes place on a farm. Filmed in Feb 2013 directed by Serena Aurora. I worked on the farm for 2 weeks. At the end of my stay I really appreciated the work that goes into running a farm. I really enjoyed working with the animals, it felt great to be in touch with nature and to know more a...

    published: 12 Mar 2013
  • Finca El Paternal Farm in Guatemala

    Portland Roasting presents video from the coffee farm of Migulena Villatoro, a coffee farmer in Huehuetenango, Guatemala. El paternal is one of Portland Roasting's Farm Friendly Direct farms. We visited in February of 2009 to interview the owner, document the work on the farm, and check out the water treatment facility we built as part of our social sustainability program.

    published: 20 May 2009
  • Fair Trade in Guatemala.m4v

    How fair trade, organic coffee farming leads to sustainable environmental practices in Guatemala.

    published: 04 Feb 2013
  • Livelihoods' project in Guatemala: From Corn to Cardamom

    Discover how Livelihoods' agroforestry project is teaching local farmers how to plant high-value commercial crops like cardamom alongside traditional food subsistence crops like corn.

    published: 16 Feb 2016
  • Guatemala - What is Farmer Ownership? - Manos Campensinas Cooperative

    A day in the life of Carlos Reynoso in Guatemala.

    published: 10 Apr 2010
  • Sustaining the Life of the Organic Farm (complete) 1080P

    Antigua, Guatemala - Caoba Farms sustainable organic farming practices are highlighted in this, the full 5 minute version of the video, "Sustaining the Life of the Organic Farm." Caoba Farms believes that Guatemala is a place where organic sustainable methods can be taught, practiced, and sustained country wide. Caoba Farms uses sustainable natural processes and methods on their small local eco-friendly farms in Antigua, Guatemala. Caoba Farms on-site store sells their own farm grown fruits, herbs, vegetables, eggs, poultry and lamb. The community is important and Caoba also carries a wide variety of other local producers healthy food products such as yogurt, butter, nuts and nut butters, jellies, coconut water, coconut oils, coffee, moringa, fermented Kambucha teas and other superfo...

    published: 24 Oct 2014
  • Frontier Co-op Organic Allspice Sourcing in Guatemala

    Frontier Co-op sourcing expert Kai Stark travels to Guatemala to visit our Well Earth growers that produce our organic allspice

    published: 07 Jul 2011
  • Permaculture Design Certification Course Lake Atitlan Guatemala Central America

    www.atitlanorganics.com/permaculture-design-certification Just a taste of what to expect during one of our annual Permaculture Design Certification Courses in Lake Atitlan, Guatemala, Central America. These courses offer the perfect balance of class-time, practical hands-on activities, and fields trips and connections with local mayan farmers. The permaculture design certification course, also known as a PDC, is the internationally recognised format for studying permaculture and certifying permaculture designers. Our courses always take place over two weeks and across two sites. This gives participants a rich and diverse experience across different sites and with the guidance of a number of talented teachers and designers. Food and lodging is always included and is always amazing. Permacu...

    published: 28 Jul 2016
  • Guatemala Cardamom Farming 2000

    published: 25 Mar 2010
  • Sustaining the Life of the Organic Farm (part 2)

    Antigua, Guatemala - The story of Caoba Farms' sustainable organic farming practices continues in this video (part 2 of 2) set in Antigua, Guatemala. Caoba Farms bio-diverse farm culture features over 100 species of organic crops as well as chickens, ducks, and sheep. Fostering and encouraging a local community spirit, Caoba Farms' market store also features organic and healthy foods from a select group of other local producers and growers. Caoba Farms in Antigua, Guatemala is producing a series of informative videos about healthy foods and good farming practices. The web site for Caoba Farms in Antigua, Guatemala is: caobafarms.com Caoba Farms blog is: caobafarms.blogspot.com Music: Esau Motta Directed, filmed and written by: Steve Landis Executive producer: Danielle Landis ©stevelandi...

    published: 24 Oct 2014
  • Sustaining the Life Of the Organic Farm (part 1) HD 720P

    Caoba Farms sustainable organic farming practices are highlighted in this video (part 1 of 2), "Sustaining the Life of the Organic Farm," set in La Antigua, Guatemala. Caoba Farms believes that Guatemala is a place where organic sustainable methods can be taught, practiced, and sustained country wide. Caoba Farms uses sustainable natural processes and methods on their small local eco-friendly farms in Antigua, Guatemala. Caoba Farms on-site store sells their own farm grown fruits, herbs, vegetables, eggs, poultry and lamb. The community is important and Caoba also carries a wide variety of other local producers healthy food products such as yogurt, butter, nuts and nut butters, jellies, coconut water, coconut oils, coffee, moringa, fermented Kambucha teas and other superfoods. Saturdays b...

    published: 21 Oct 2014
  • Guatemala: Forest of ancient cities | Global 3000

    Guatemala shares the Selva Maya, the largest tropical rainforest in the Americas north of the Amazon, with Mexico and Belize. The forest’s history also makes it unique. A thousand years ago, up to 100,000 people lived the ancient Mayan city of Tikal alone. Their descendants now have a hard time of it, often lacking work and prospects.The GIZ, the German Society for International Cooperation, together with local partner organizations, is committed to helping residents work in harmony with nature while fighting exploitation and deforestation.

    published: 18 Jan 2016
  • Organic Farming Guide

    Looking for a few tips on how to garden organically? Check out how Operation Blessing is doing it in Antigua Guatemala! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Health Workers in Haiti: A Day in the Life" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZR2l338Kd7o -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-

    published: 24 Nov 2014
  • Urban Farming Hydroponics Project- Guatemala City

    In hopes of helping people grow healthy food where it is much needed, Good Works teamed with Life Nets sponsored a team of volunteers to go to Guatemala city and help Sr. Francisco Solorzano establish a hydroponics/urban farming training center on the roof of his house in Guatemala City, Guatemala. for more information on this project visit the Good Works page: http://goodworks.ucg.org/project/hydroponic-organic-gardening or the Life Nets page: http://lifenets.org/guatemala/YouthCorps2012/march12-2012.html

    published: 13 Aug 2014
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Organic Farming in Guatemala

Organic Farming in Guatemala

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  • Updated: 08 Sep 2014
  • views: 1387
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I met a farmer named, celso in Panajachel, Guatemala. He let me live on the farm and learn organic farming the Guatemalan way.
https://wn.com/Organic_Farming_In_Guatemala
Organic Farming Revolutionizing Guatemala Communities

Organic Farming Revolutionizing Guatemala Communities

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  • Updated: 22 Sep 2014
  • views: 120
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Organic Farming Revolutionizing Guatemala Communities
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Guatemala - Organic Coffee Farmers - Manos Campensinas Cooperative

Guatemala - Organic Coffee Farmers - Manos Campensinas Cooperative

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  • Duration: 4:36
  • Updated: 10 Apr 2010
  • views: 4351
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Visit a family farm in Guatemala. This footage is from Manos Campensinas Cooperative, one of Pachamama Coffee's member owners.
https://wn.com/Guatemala_Organic_Coffee_Farmers_Manos_Campensinas_Cooperative
Final Video Tour, Building Organic Free Range Chicken Farm in Guatemala for Poor Family

Final Video Tour, Building Organic Free Range Chicken Farm in Guatemala for Poor Family

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  • Updated: 09 Nov 2015
  • views: 44326
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Day 10, the final day of construction of this Organic, Free Range Chicken Farm built in Guatemala, for a poor family of four. Michael Pinson provides a full detailed tour of the 1700 square foot project built. A charity project to provide sustainable food and income for a single family suffering from extreme poverty. This is Organic Free Range Chicken Farm for this poor family in Guatemala. They had no electricity and no running water in their home when we started this project. We built 80 egg laying nests for hens that will produce an average of 3,200 eggs per month, with an additional 42 breeding bests that will produce 320 new chicks per month once in full peek production. The farm was stocked with two adult roosters and 40 adult hens. 25 hens where put into breeding production on day one which will produce 160 to 200 new chicks per month, and 15 hens where put into egg production that will produce 312 fresh eggs per month on day one. As the farm breeding expands, so will the food and income produced. Full production is 150-170 egg laying hens and 40-42 breeding hens. Two egg laying hens rotate in one nest. As we need one nest per breeding hen because we need the hen to sit on her 8 to 11 eggs each month for 21 days to hatch them. In this farming model of starting with 25 hens for breeding, there will be about 160 new birds per month. Half of those birds are put into egg production until there are 150 to 170 laying hens in production. About 5-10 additional birds are kept and added to breeding until there are 40-42 hens in breeding production. The balance of new birds each month is food or sold for income. Once there are 28 breeding hens, the farm must install a third rooster. Under this farming model, the farm will be in peak production in six to seven months, producing an average of 3,200 fresh eggs, plus an additional 320 new birds per month. Products Sold for Income: Free Range Eggs Free Range Live Adult Chickens Free Range Live Chicks (Current Market Price is $1.10 retail / $0.65 wholesale price for a 1 day old chick) Meat Production Chicken Manure Mixed with Wood Shavings This farming model also provides sustainable food for the family. The chicken manure is sold, or even used for the family organic garden. We empower families to turn hunger and poverty into hope and prosperity. We link communities and help bring sustainable agriculture and commerce to areas of poverty. Our animals provide partners with both food and reliable income, as agricultural products, such as eggs, milk, cheese, and meat, that can be traded or sold at market. We help provide support to existing trade schools and organizations in villages, while we also purchase products from small family businesses for re-sale in the United States. The profits from these sales helps subsidize our organization to provide additional support to those same villages. Our business and trade educational programs and models help provide additional sustainable income to families which can be used to reduce malnutrition, while providing education and better healthcare to children. Founded by businessman Michael Pinson. "Farming for Prosperity" is a project of the Pinson Foundation, Inc., State of Florida DOC #N06000004774, a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization registered with the IRS EIN #20-4798342 . The Pinson Foundation, Inc. is registered as doing business as “Farming for Prosperity”, State of Florida registration # G15000096852
https://wn.com/Final_Video_Tour,_Building_Organic_Free_Range_Chicken_Farm_In_Guatemala_For_Poor_Family
Rural Poverty - In Their Own Words: Guatemala

Rural Poverty - In Their Own Words: Guatemala

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  • Duration: 3:23
  • Updated: 03 Dec 2010
  • views: 17714
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Strengthening the capabilities of rural people to take advantage of opportunities in the rural non-farm economy is essential according to the Rural Poverty Report 2011, prepared by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). When rural women are able to access better paid jobs outside of the agricultural sector it benefits their families as well as the wider economy. In this video, María Ana Lagog González, a weaver from Guatemala, talks about how she has been able to offer her family a better future through weaving. For more: http://www.ifad.org/rpr2011/index.htm
https://wn.com/Rural_Poverty_In_Their_Own_Words_Guatemala
Caoba Farmer's Market-Antigua, Guatemala

Caoba Farmer's Market-Antigua, Guatemala

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  • Duration: 6:10
  • Updated: 08 Dec 2015
  • views: 1157
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Caoba Farms is an organic farm in the heart of Antigua. It's 3 acres of both local an exotic fruits and vegetable. They sell amazing organic and whole food products in their onsite store and hold the largest organic seed bank in Central America. They also have a volunteer program I've signed up to and host a monthly farmer's market and fair.
https://wn.com/Caoba_Farmer's_Market_Antigua,_Guatemala
organic/natural farming: sunshine free-range/pastured chicken

organic/natural farming: sunshine free-range/pastured chicken

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  • Duration: 11:34
  • Updated: 16 Feb 2011
  • views: 609776
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https://wn.com/Organic_Natural_Farming_Sunshine_Free_Range_Pastured_Chicken
Touring A New Coffee Farm In Guatemala

Touring A New Coffee Farm In Guatemala

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  • Duration: 2:37
  • Updated: 22 Sep 2017
  • views: 408
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Finca Armenia. A 120-year-old family coffee farm. Meet Teddy; 4th generation coffee farmer in San Marcos, Guatemala. Many German families came to the area in the 1800's in search of a better life. These family farms produce some of the world's best coffees. --- For nearly 40 years San Francisco Bay Coffee has been committed to producing the finest coffee anywhere and "doing good where ever we do business". Now with more than 4 brands of coffee and tea, our family of products are available in stores across the country including Costco, HEB, Ralye’s and Safeway as well as the major online retailer, Amazon.com. Our approach to farming, milling, roasting, packaging and selling coffee is different than any other company. By going straight to source, we are able to focus on farming innovations that preserve natural habitats, yielding a better tasting product. We focus on packaging improvements to reduce the environmental impact even further and we constantly focus on quality control. All of this combined, improves the lives of everyone we do business with. With organic coffee farms, environmentally friendly single serve OneCups, and the conversion of our entire roasting and packaging facility to solar power, San Francisco Bay Coffee is leading the coffee industry in “going green”. Our mission has been to build a company that reflects our values and resonates with customers and employees alike, in a way that makes them feel like family. --- Subscribe To Our Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/SFBCoffee --- SOCIAL Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/SanFranciscoBayGourmetCoffee Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/sfbcoffee/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/SFBcoffee Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/SFBCoffee/ --- BLOGS www.SanFranciscoBayCoffee.com www.RogersFamilyco.com --- ECOMMERCE www.Gourmet-Coffee.com --- JOIN OUR NEWSLETTER Subscribe to our newsletter for exclusive deals & get 15% off your first order with us https://www.gourmet-coffee.com/subscribe
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Why Organic, Sustainable Farming Matters | Portrait of a Farmer

Why Organic, Sustainable Farming Matters | Portrait of a Farmer

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  • Duration: 6:26
  • Updated: 02 Jun 2014
  • views: 336198
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When it comes to your food, nature always has the last word. Most pro-organic documentaries make their point by taking stabs at the cruelty and other evils involved in the world of industrialized farming. In this short documentary portrait, Jesse Straight, owner of Whiffletree Farm, shows us a different approach. As he gestures to the beautiful landscapes that surround us he explains, "being a farmer is special because this is my office. You spend your day making animals happy...you get to do things that help the things around you thrive". The passion that Jesse exudes in this film will make you question every fast-food burger you've ever eaten, but for all the right reasons. Director & Editor | Alexis Kikoen Director of Photography | Liz Lane Camera Operation | Susan Thompson & Alexis Kikoen Production Assistant | Chris Jones Producer | Brian Freer Featuring | Jesse Straight of Whiffletree Farm: http://www.whiffletreefarmva.com/ Sponsored By | Riverside Health System: http://www.riversideonline.com/ Produced For | The Health Journal: http://www.thehealthjournals.com/ #organic #farming #farmtotable #eatinghealthy
https://wn.com/Why_Organic,_Sustainable_Farming_Matters_|_Portrait_Of_A_Farmer
My Guatemala Farm

My Guatemala Farm

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  • Duration: 13:12
  • Updated: 02 Jan 2014
  • views: 565
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This video offers a view into a cross section of my little educational model farm in Guatemala.
https://wn.com/My_Guatemala_Farm
my first wwoof - farming in central america

my first wwoof - farming in central america

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  • Duration: 6:18
  • Updated: 12 Mar 2013
  • views: 21734
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In Belize I took part in my first Woofing experience at Spanish Creek Farm. This film explains what Woofing is and how to take part in it. It also shows what work and activities took place at the farm. This includes; nursing a lamb, horse riding, looking after chickens, bamboo trimming, mulching, upkeep of plants and gardens, harvesting, cooking, furniture building and tool maintenance plus much more. This film is created to promote the concept of woofing and to open peoples eyes to the type of work that takes place on a farm. Filmed in Feb 2013 directed by Serena Aurora. I worked on the farm for 2 weeks. At the end of my stay I really appreciated the work that goes into running a farm. I really enjoyed working with the animals, it felt great to be in touch with nature and to know more about where my food comes from. Spanish creek farm is very well organised by the Manager Brooks, she is a fountain of knowledge and I learnt so much from her. http://www.wwooflatinamerica.com http://www.belizeability.com/default.aspx
https://wn.com/My_First_Wwoof_Farming_In_Central_America
Finca El Paternal Farm in Guatemala

Finca El Paternal Farm in Guatemala

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  • Duration: 2:20
  • Updated: 20 May 2009
  • views: 1041
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Portland Roasting presents video from the coffee farm of Migulena Villatoro, a coffee farmer in Huehuetenango, Guatemala. El paternal is one of Portland Roasting's Farm Friendly Direct farms. We visited in February of 2009 to interview the owner, document the work on the farm, and check out the water treatment facility we built as part of our social sustainability program.
https://wn.com/Finca_El_Paternal_Farm_In_Guatemala
Fair Trade in Guatemala.m4v

Fair Trade in Guatemala.m4v

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  • Duration: 13:06
  • Updated: 04 Feb 2013
  • views: 167
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How fair trade, organic coffee farming leads to sustainable environmental practices in Guatemala.
https://wn.com/Fair_Trade_In_Guatemala.M4V
Livelihoods' project in Guatemala: From Corn to Cardamom

Livelihoods' project in Guatemala: From Corn to Cardamom

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  • Duration: 4:06
  • Updated: 16 Feb 2016
  • views: 526
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Discover how Livelihoods' agroforestry project is teaching local farmers how to plant high-value commercial crops like cardamom alongside traditional food subsistence crops like corn.
https://wn.com/Livelihoods'_Project_In_Guatemala_From_Corn_To_Cardamom
Guatemala - What is Farmer Ownership? - Manos Campensinas Cooperative

Guatemala - What is Farmer Ownership? - Manos Campensinas Cooperative

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  • Duration: 4:10
  • Updated: 10 Apr 2010
  • views: 484
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Sustaining the Life of the Organic Farm (complete) 1080P

Sustaining the Life of the Organic Farm (complete) 1080P

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  • Duration: 5:04
  • Updated: 24 Oct 2014
  • views: 3975
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Antigua, Guatemala - Caoba Farms sustainable organic farming practices are highlighted in this, the full 5 minute version of the video, "Sustaining the Life of the Organic Farm." Caoba Farms believes that Guatemala is a place where organic sustainable methods can be taught, practiced, and sustained country wide. Caoba Farms uses sustainable natural processes and methods on their small local eco-friendly farms in Antigua, Guatemala. Caoba Farms on-site store sells their own farm grown fruits, herbs, vegetables, eggs, poultry and lamb. The community is important and Caoba also carries a wide variety of other local producers healthy food products such as yogurt, butter, nuts and nut butters, jellies, coconut water, coconut oils, coffee, moringa, fermented Kambucha teas and other superfoods. Saturdays bring out local food producers and vendors to Caoba Farms. In a small farmer's market setting, local chefs prepare organic food dishes, from the naturally raised food from the farm, in a casual covered outdoor setting. Nature does it better, for the health of the farm, its workers, its customers and the community at large. You will not find GMO tainted crops or products at the farm or farm store. We will be presenting other videos about Caoba Farms in the weeks and months to come. The web site for Caoba Farms in Antigua, Guatemala is: caobafarms.com Caoba Farms blog is: caobafarms.blogspot.com Music: Esau Motta Directed, filmed and written by: Steve Landis Executive producer: Danielle Landis ©stevelandis and caobafarms 2014. All rights reserved. Filmed with Canon 5DMkII using Nikon and Leica glass. Feel free to share this in its entirety with credits and descriptions intact. Other usage is forbidden without the express written permission of Caoba Farms and Steve Landis.
https://wn.com/Sustaining_The_Life_Of_The_Organic_Farm_(Complete)_1080P
Frontier Co-op Organic Allspice Sourcing in Guatemala

Frontier Co-op Organic Allspice Sourcing in Guatemala

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  • Duration: 1:46
  • Updated: 07 Jul 2011
  • views: 1436
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Frontier Co-op sourcing expert Kai Stark travels to Guatemala to visit our Well Earth growers that produce our organic allspice
https://wn.com/Frontier_Co_Op_Organic_Allspice_Sourcing_In_Guatemala
Permaculture Design Certification Course Lake Atitlan Guatemala Central America

Permaculture Design Certification Course Lake Atitlan Guatemala Central America

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  • Duration: 1:51
  • Updated: 28 Jul 2016
  • views: 1569
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www.atitlanorganics.com/permaculture-design-certification Just a taste of what to expect during one of our annual Permaculture Design Certification Courses in Lake Atitlan, Guatemala, Central America. These courses offer the perfect balance of class-time, practical hands-on activities, and fields trips and connections with local mayan farmers. The permaculture design certification course, also known as a PDC, is the internationally recognised format for studying permaculture and certifying permaculture designers. Our courses always take place over two weeks and across two sites. This gives participants a rich and diverse experience across different sites and with the guidance of a number of talented teachers and designers. Food and lodging is always included and is always amazing. Permaculture Courses have always been known for providing delicious organic farm-grown food to participants and we are no exception. Check out all the details and register now at www.atitlanorganics.com/permaculture-design-certification
https://wn.com/Permaculture_Design_Certification_Course_Lake_Atitlan_Guatemala_Central_America
Guatemala Cardamom Farming 2000

Guatemala Cardamom Farming 2000

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  • Duration: 9:39
  • Updated: 25 Mar 2010
  • views: 8048
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https://wn.com/Guatemala_Cardamom_Farming_2000
Sustaining the Life of the Organic Farm (part 2)

Sustaining the Life of the Organic Farm (part 2)

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  • Duration: 2:52
  • Updated: 24 Oct 2014
  • views: 278
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Antigua, Guatemala - The story of Caoba Farms' sustainable organic farming practices continues in this video (part 2 of 2) set in Antigua, Guatemala. Caoba Farms bio-diverse farm culture features over 100 species of organic crops as well as chickens, ducks, and sheep. Fostering and encouraging a local community spirit, Caoba Farms' market store also features organic and healthy foods from a select group of other local producers and growers. Caoba Farms in Antigua, Guatemala is producing a series of informative videos about healthy foods and good farming practices. The web site for Caoba Farms in Antigua, Guatemala is: caobafarms.com Caoba Farms blog is: caobafarms.blogspot.com Music: Esau Motta Directed, filmed and written by: Steve Landis Executive producer: Danielle Landis ©stevelandis and caobafarms 2014. All rights reserved. Filmed with Canon 5DMkII using Nikon and Leica glass. Feel free to share this in its entirety with credits and descriptions intact. Other usage is forbidden without the express written permission of Caoba Farms and Steve Landis.
https://wn.com/Sustaining_The_Life_Of_The_Organic_Farm_(Part_2)
Sustaining the Life Of the Organic Farm (part 1) HD 720P

Sustaining the Life Of the Organic Farm (part 1) HD 720P

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  • Duration: 2:39
  • Updated: 21 Oct 2014
  • views: 839
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Caoba Farms sustainable organic farming practices are highlighted in this video (part 1 of 2), "Sustaining the Life of the Organic Farm," set in La Antigua, Guatemala. Caoba Farms believes that Guatemala is a place where organic sustainable methods can be taught, practiced, and sustained country wide. Caoba Farms uses sustainable natural processes and methods on their small local eco-friendly farms in Antigua, Guatemala. Caoba Farms on-site store sells their own farm grown fruits, herbs, vegetables, eggs, poultry and lamb. The community is important and Caoba also carries a wide variety of other local producers healthy food products such as yogurt, butter, nuts and nut butters, jellies, coconut water, coconut oils, coffee, moringa, fermented Kambucha teas and other superfoods. Saturdays bring out local food producers and vendors to Caoba Farms. In a small farmer's market setting, local chefs prepare organic food dishes, from the naturally raised food from the farm, in a casual covered outdoor setting. Nature does it better, for the health of the farm, its workers, its customers and the community at large. You will not find GMO tainted crops or products at the farm or farm store. We will be presenting other videos about Caoba Farms in the weeks and months to come. The web site for Caoba Farms in Antigua, Guatemala is: caobafarms.com Caoba Farms blog is: caobafarms.blogspot.com Directed, filmed and written by: Steve Landis Executive producer: Danielle Landis ©stevelandis and caobafarms 2014. All rights reserved. Filmed with Canon 5DMkII using Nikon and Leica glass. Feel free to share this in its entirety with credits and descriptions intact. Other usage is forbidden without the express written permission of Caoba Farms and Steve Landis.
https://wn.com/Sustaining_The_Life_Of_The_Organic_Farm_(Part_1)_Hd_720P
Guatemala: Forest of ancient cities | Global 3000

Guatemala: Forest of ancient cities | Global 3000

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  • Updated: 18 Jan 2016
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Guatemala shares the Selva Maya, the largest tropical rainforest in the Americas north of the Amazon, with Mexico and Belize. The forest’s history also makes it unique. A thousand years ago, up to 100,000 people lived the ancient Mayan city of Tikal alone. Their descendants now have a hard time of it, often lacking work and prospects.The GIZ, the German Society for International Cooperation, together with local partner organizations, is committed to helping residents work in harmony with nature while fighting exploitation and deforestation.
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Organic Farming Guide

Organic Farming Guide

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  • Updated: 24 Nov 2014
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Looking for a few tips on how to garden organically? Check out how Operation Blessing is doing it in Antigua Guatemala! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Health Workers in Haiti: A Day in the Life" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZR2l338Kd7o -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Urban Farming Hydroponics Project- Guatemala City

Urban Farming Hydroponics Project- Guatemala City

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In hopes of helping people grow healthy food where it is much needed, Good Works teamed with Life Nets sponsored a team of volunteers to go to Guatemala city and help Sr. Francisco Solorzano establish a hydroponics/urban farming training center on the roof of his house in Guatemala City, Guatemala. for more information on this project visit the Good Works page: http://goodworks.ucg.org/project/hydroponic-organic-gardening or the Life Nets page: http://lifenets.org/guatemala/YouthCorps2012/march12-2012.html
https://wn.com/Urban_Farming_Hydroponics_Project_Guatemala_City
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