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Corn: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
John Oliver discusses the financial and environmental impact of corn in the US.
The Outdoor Classroom: How to Bring a Permaculture Garden to Your School
This Afristar (www.afristarfoundation.org) produced educational documentary offers step-by-step instructions on how to establish a permaculture garden at a school. 
The Lie That Made Food Conglomerates Rich...And Is Slowly Poisoning Us
Nestle, Kellogg’s, and other big food conglomerates have been funding a massive misinformation campaign to make you think their foods are healthy. Their goal is to get you addicted, and make billions in profits. It’s straight from Big Tobacco's playbook — literally. 
Food, Inc. 2
In Food, Inc. 2, the sequel to the 2008 Oscar®-nominated and Emmy®-award winning documentary, Food, Inc., filmmakers Robert Kenner and Melissa Robledo reunite with investigative authors Michael Pollan (The Omnivore’s Dilemma) and Eric Schlosser (Fast Food Nation) to take a...
Urban Food Forest in a Public Park! – The City Food Commons
The City Food Commons shares the story of Roimata Food Commons, an urban food forest initiative driven by Ōtautahi Christchurch local Michael Reynolds. The aim of the project is to empower the community to co-create space in a public park, reviving the notion of the Commons...
Imprint
What can one person do? What can a group of people do? What do we want to leave behind? In the film "Imprint" we visit 13 projects in 13 different places where committed groups work for a vibrant future. A personal and poetic depiction of what it means to be fully human in...
Our Food is Killing Us
In this video essay, I examine the causes and destruction of our current industrialized food system. Specifically, I dive into the capitalist commodification of food, and how most of the industrialized farming that takes place in the imperial core doesn't produce crops for...
The New Sustainable Fishing Model That Could Disrupt the Global Seafood Industry
Documentaries like Netflix's Seaspiracy highlight many of the destructive practices of the global fishing industry, but are there sustainable alternatives to the industrial model? In this film, Fishing for the Future, we explore an inspiring new model created by Gravity...
Growing Solutions: Soil, Water, Farmers, Seeds, Roots
In the face of threats to our farming future such as climate change, people are innovating to protect and regenerate our most vital resources – soil, water, seeds, and our farmer workforce. Growing Solutions features a centuries-old water conservation method, a farmer who’s...
A Quiet Revolution: Seed Sovereignty in the City
Londoners are rising to the challenges of climate change, food poverty, entrenched inequality and our nation’s mental and physical health crises by reviving one of the oldest human activities of all- sowing, saving and sharing seeds.
Beautiful No Dig Permaculture Kitchen Garden
This video is of Tim and Maddy Harland's beautiful no-dig permaculture kitchen garden in Hapmshire UK. Tim and Maddy are the founders of the fantastic @PermacultureMagazine and have a tranquil vegetable garden, meadow and food forest at their home that has been maturing for...
Eating Our Way to Extinction
Narrated by Kate Winslet, Eating Our Way to Extinction is a cinematic feature documentary, taking audiences on a journey around the world and addressing the elephant in the room that no one wants to talk about. This powerful documentary sends a simple but impactful message by...
Bring a Farm Back to Life
Help us to get our sixth site – Maesgwyn Isaf -  up and running. With your support we can make this farm ready to welcome new entrant farmers to work this land in an agroecological way, building on the legacy of Jenn and Stuart Carter who gifted this farm to us. Maesgwyn...
Into the Soil | Regenerative Farming & Food Fermentation
”A refreshing perspective on what it means to be wealthy” – Don Smith, Kiss the Ground
MILKED: White Lies In Dairy Land
MILKED follows a young activist who goes deep into dairy land where he takes on the giants of New Zealand’s most powerful industry, and reveals how the sacred cash-cow industry has been milked dry. His journey exposes not only the sustainability crisis and the dangerous...
How to Optimize Your Gut and Brain Bacteria | Dave Asprey
The importance of the microbiome has really come to the fore in the last five years. Viome, a company that analyzed the feces of 100,000 people, has discovered 10,000 new types of gut bacteria. Additionally, improved imaging technology led scientists to discover you don't...
First We Eat
What happens when an ordinary family, living just south of the Arctic Circle, bans all grocery store food from their house for one year? Add three skeptical teenagers, one reluctant husband, no salt, no caffeine, no sugar and -40 temperatures.
How to Start a Regenerative Farm from Scratch
Have you ever wanted to start a regenerative farm from scratch? In this video, the Heifer USA team traveled to North Carolina to visit Grass Grazed Farm, a regenerative farm where founders Derrick and Paige Jackson have established and grown a successful business in just two...
Rundown Apartments Reborn as Food-Forest Coliving Agritopia
In 2007, Ole and Maitri Ersson bought the rundown Cabana apartment complex in the city and immediately began to de-pave parking spaces to make space for what today is a huge permaculture coliving space and urban food forest. Today, the Kailash Ecovillage has 55 residents who...
The $100 Billion Dollar Ingredient Making Your Food Toxic
Industrial seed oils are in almost all processed foods. 
Small Scale Agroecological Approaches for the COVID 19 Response and Beyond
From the closure of markets to the interruption of agricultural supply chains, the COVID-19 pandemic threatens to disrupt food systems around the world. Many families, especially those in already fragile contexts, may soon struggle to access healthy, nutritious diets. Meeting...
Sustenance
A challenge instigated by a group of friends with different diets and eating habits takes the viewers of Sustenance on a global journey in search of the dimensions of sustainability. Sustenance is a feature-length documentary about food's journey around the world and its...
The Market Gardener's Toolkit
An educational film in which small-scale organic farmer, educator and author Jean-Martin Fortier shares the tools and techniques used on his highly productive 1.5-acre farm. From soil preparation to strategies on dealing with insect pests, discover how this micro-farm manages...
The Permaculture Orchard: Beyond Organic
The Permaculture Orchard : Beyond Organic is a feature-length educational film that will teach you how to set up your own permaculture orchard at any scale. Recognizing the limitations of the organic model as a substitute to conventional fruit growing, this film proposes a...
Food Savers
This follow-up to Valentin Thurn’s documentary, Taste the Waste, spotlights the people and companies throughout Europe who are working to salvage usable food. It is estimated that European households throw away 100 billion Euros worth of food each year. Thurn asks why is it...
Seaspiracy
Seaspiracy examines the global fishing industry, challenging notions of sustainable fishing and showing how human actions cause widespread environmental destruction.
The Truth About Food Insecurity
We live in a world with a rapidly growing population. Some people would have you believe that food insecurity is caused by overpopulation, or that we've reached the earth's carrying capacity. Is that really the case? In this episode, Second Thought takes a brief look at the...
One Hundred Thousand Beating Hearts: An Evolution From Industrial To Regenerative Farming
Fourth generation cattleman Will Harris shares his evolution from industrial to regenerative farmer.
Artifishal: The Fight to Save Wild Salmon
Artifishal is a film about people, rivers, and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them. It explores wild salmon’s slide toward extinction, threats posed by fish hatcheries and fish farms, and our continued loss of faith in nature. Thanks...
They Call Us Criminals
This upcoming documentary aims to expose the reality of the animals suffering within industries that exploit them, as well as showcase the work of Animal Rights activists in Canada. All while debunking the idea that activists are extremists, criminals and terrorists. The...
Living Soil
Our soils support 95 percent of all food production, and by 2060, our soils will be asked to give us as much food as we have consumed in the last 500 years. They filter our water. They are one of our most cost-effective reservoirs for sequestering carbon. They are our...
Kiss the Ground
Kiss the Ground reveals that, by regenerating the world’s soils, we can completely and rapidly stabilize Earth’s climate, restore lost ecosystems and create abundant food supplies. Using compelling graphics and visuals, along with striking NASA and NOAA footage, the film...
Early Morning Permaculture Tour of Zaytuna Farm
After a struggle to get back home to Australia and two weeks in quarantine before reaching Zaytuna, Geoff enjoys an early morning, and he takes us on a walk to some special spots around the property. Possum (the dog) waits on the speed bump that sends water to Paradise Dam...
Scaling up Permaculture in the City | Andrew Faust
Learn how to become more regionally resilient with bioregional economics and ecological city design.
How Permaculture Can Build Resilience and Meet Basic Needs During a Pandemic
As COVID-19 spreads, people are showing a growing interest in permaculture principles and techniques to heal their lives, communities and the planet.
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...
Bioregional Living: A Permaculture Guide to Food and Energy Independence | Andrew Faust
In this 30 minute video, Andrew Faust shares his inspiring vision for greater food and energy independence. It's a guide to feeding and providing power for our local communities in ways that are not just "sustainable" but truly regenerative and life-nourishing for humans and...
Why I Stopped Protesting and Started a Garden
“The greatest change we need to make is from consumption to production, even if on a small scale, in our own gardens. If only 10% of us do this, there is enough for everyone. Hence the futility of revolutionaries who have no gardens, who depend on the very system they attack...
Incredibly Abundant 1-Acre Permaculture Homestead Tour
In Episode 3 of Permaculture Tours we revisit the amazing Limestone Permaculture Farm. in NSW, Australia. We first visited Limestone back in 2015, when Brett and Nici were five years into developing their 1-acre permaculture property, working full time off-farm and creating...
Homesteading Family Living Off-Grid in a Spectacular Earthship
This inspiring off-grid homesteading family lives in a renovated stone earthship. They grow their own food, collect rainwater, use solar power, have composting toilets, and they have a pond that filters their grey water. On top of living an eco friendly lifestyle, they...
How to Turn Your Yard into a Garden | Grow Food Not Lawns
This video is a demonstration of how to turn your yard into a garden.
The Story of Food
This is a 'No Fresh Carbon Footprint' Docuseries.
5 Fast Growing Veggies You Can Harvest in Under 1 Month
If you're just getting started on your first garden, it's important to have early success. These 5 groups of crops are extremely easy and fast to grow, so you can have your first successful harvest and build your gardening confidence.
5 Ways Coronavirus Could Help Humanity Survive the Ecological Crisis
The human tragedy of the coronavirus is immense. Thousands have died, hundreds of thousands have been infected globally, and millions more have been affected. Whilst infectious disease has always been a part of the human experience, the expansion of industrial civilization...
The Biggest Little Farm
The Biggest Little Farm chronicles the eight-year quest of John and Molly Chester as they trade city living for 200 acres of barren farmland and a dream to harvest in harmony with nature. Through dogged perseverance and embracing the opportunity provided by nature's...
Iowa’s Vision of a More Beautiful World, 10 Years After Passing a Green New Deal
What would America's heartland be like, 10 years after we pass a Green New Deal?
In Our Hands: Seeding Change
Food and farming is in crisis. In just over a decade we’ve lost more than 33,000 farms from our countryside, and alongside this, bad diet is now causing more health problems than smoking! The fundamental link between people, food and the very land we stand on is being broken...
Next Gen Farming Without Soil and 90% Less Water
Aeroponics grows fruits and vegetables faster, cheaper and better. 
Sustainable Table: What's on Your Plate?
Over nine months, director Mischa Hedges and his crew traveled the West Coast to learn more about our food system. While interviewing farmers, agricultural experts, nutritionists and activists, Mischa and his team learned that the standard methods of producing food do not...
The Most Brilliant Heist In History | Wendell Berry
“There is in fact no significant difference between the mass destruction of warfare and massive destruction of industrial land abuse.” ~ Wendell Berry
Unbroken Ground: Revolutions Start from the Bottom
Unbroken Grounds explains the critical role food will play in the next frontier of our efforts to solve the environmental crisis. It explores four areas of agriculture that aim to change our relationship to the land and oceans. Most of our food is produced using methods that...
The Need to GROW
With an estimated 60 years of farmable soil left on Earth, The Need To GROW offers an intimate look into the hearts of activists and innovators in the food movement - an 8 year old girl challenges the ethics of a beloved organization - a renegade farmer struggles to keep his...
Masanobu Fukuoka (Mind, Farm, Life) - Three Part Series with Larry Korn
Seen as the father of modern day natural farming, Masanobu Fukuoka  (1913-2008) was the author of The One Straw Revolution, a fundamental volume for understanding how human beings can live together with this earth. This three part film series features previously unreleased...
I Tried to Go Zero Waste for 7 Days...Here's How it Went
This video shows Cam attempting to implement a zero-waste lifestyle for 7 days. 
Land Without Bread: the Green New Deal Forsakes America's Countryside
Days after the heart-stopping Notre-Dame Cathedral fire in April, Swedish schoolgirl Greta Thunberg trained her eyes on the United Kingdom’s parliament and chastised its meager response to climate change. “I want you to panic,” the baby-faced sixteen-year-old quietly...
Planet Local: A 7-Part Film Series about the Regenerative Food Movement
Good food is key to our survival and well-being. Eating local food is a powerful solution-multiplier — it reduces our carbon footprint, pollution, and waste, while creating dignified livelihood opportunities, strengthening communities and local economies, and strengthening...
Planet Local Short Film Series - Part 1: Intro to the New Food Movement
Every person on earth needs food every day. Every day food is tended, harvested, transported, stored, and served up on our tables. In a very real sense, food cannot be separated from life itself. And so it has been said that changing the way we grow and eat food is one of the...
Planet Local Short Film Series - Part 2: Diverse Farming Systems
‘Use and value diversity’ is one of the ten core principles of permaculture — for good reason. Studies have shown that small, diversified farms can yield more than twice as much food per acre when compared to large monocultures. Crop diversity significantly contributes to...
Planet Local Short Film Series - Part 3: Local Food Webs, Exploring Systems of Distribution
When it comes to helping people and planet, the way we grow our food is important. But building a healthy “food web” — healthy connections between producers, retailers and consumers — is also key.
Planet Local Short Film Series - Part 4: Local Food Processors AKA Making Delicious Food
These days, it can be difficult to find processed foods that aren’t made by mega-corporations; foods that aren’t full of added sugars, genetically modified corn, and chemicals we would rather not put in our bodies; foods that weren’t made in factories that harm the...