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The Living Land - Wes Jackson, John Jeavons, ...

 
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The Living Land Wes Jackson, John Jeavons Portion
--> http://tinyurl.com/boyxh2x

The Living Land
"Over many years, our methods of growing food have become ever more mechanized and more complex. At the same time, we’ve lost millions of acres of good soil to pollution, erosion, and an ever growing population. There is now an increasing awareness of the need to change our perceptions about how we grow our food and how we treat the land. This program features four individuals on the frontier of this effort. JOHN JEAVONS Founder of Ecology Action and internationally known for his work developing small-scale sustainable food production techniques. WES JACKSON Born and raised on the Great Plains, he holds degrees in both botany and genetics. For than 25 years, his Land Institute has been working on a revolutionary concept known as Natural Systems Agriculture to develop perennial grain varieties."

Full Movie --> http://tinyurl.com/cbf9cj9

Knowledge applicable to "Changes to Make Future Farming Better"

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Thanks Monte, this is a very interesting video.
 
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I wonder if it's online somewhere else as the old URL is expired.
 
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