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  • Joel Salatin Polyface Farm
    by Hernán Moraga on November 12, 2013 at 6:22 PM
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    Joel Salatin of Polyface farm and Wranglerstar got together at the Mother Earth News fair to discuss a few of the challenges small farmers and homesteaders might encounter while getting started in the farming business. One problem with small farms is how to make them profitable. Big agriculture has nearly destroyed the small family farm. Joel Salatin has bucked the odds and teaches a practical and profitable method of farming that can be duplicated on a shoe string budget. Joel's latest book "Folks, This Ain't Normal" is written in Salatin's entertaining and informative style that reflects his dirt under the fingernails experience and is filled with mischievous humor. Look for Joel's new book due in September titled "Field of Farmers".

  • Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage
    by Hernán Moraga on October 21, 2013 at 9:08 PM
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    Uploaded on Jul 26, 2007 Located in northeast Missouri, Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage is an intentional community devoted to ecological sustainability. This video describes how members strive to lead sustainable and more eco-conscious lives in this off-the-grid ecovillage community.

  • Small Scale Aquaponics - From Fish Poop ...
    by Hernán Moraga on September 3, 2013 at 5:24 PM
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    Tour a closed-loop water system where one critterapos;s wastes become anotherapos;s food. Inside a steamy greenhouse, Jeremy Roth of Aprovecho Centerapos;s Aquaculture Project shows us fish tanks containing tilapia just like you might order in a restaurant. Water from the tanks is pumped through troughs where pond plants take in the nutrients from the fish. Plant material is then returned to feed the fish in their tanks. The nutrient-rich water is also diverted to nourish veggies like chard, tomatoes, and water chestnuts rooted in a shallow gravel bar. In this cycle, aquaponics yields generous quantities of high quality protein from a very small footprint. Episode 242. [] Peak Moment TV exists because of viewers like you. Subscribe to news and donate at, right side. Thanks for being in the Peak Moment community. Visit Peak Moment on: BlipTV: Facebook:

  • Earth, Wood and Sun - Natural Building, ...
    by Hernán Moraga on July 25, 2013 at 11:34 PM
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    "When we are able to successfully work with local ecologies to meet our needs, we do the Earth a better service. And we are becoming empowered in our own lives." Natural builder Chris Foraker gives a tour of work-in-progress at Aprovecho Center, Oregon. The structure's clay, straw, sand, and wood come primarily from their own land. Much of the work was done by amateurs using techniques that donapos;t take industrial levels of technology. Aprovecho builders pioneered using small diameter flat-sided poles to replace dimensional lumber - a technique accepted into the local building code. Chris dreams of reintroducing "regional vernacular architectures." This building beautifully expresses that dream. Episode 239. [] See all episodes of Peak Moment TV Visit Peak Moment TV's series page

  • The Amish: People of Preservation
    by Hernán Moraga on December 16, 2012 at 11:25 AM
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    The Amish keep surprising their technology-programmed neighbors by keeping alive ways and beliefs that many modern Americans wish they could recapture. Mennonite historian John Ruth takes us sympathetically into the Amish mindset in this 1975 documentary. An updated version of this film is available on DVD through

    (A viewer commented: "If or when the economy collapses, the Amish will just continue to live their normal lives. These people know how to live.")

  • Human Powered Machines - Can Pedals Powe...
    by Hernán Moraga on October 13, 2012 at 9:22 PM
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    Human Powered Machines - Can Pedals Power the World? from Peak Moment TV. Like this? Watch the latest episode of Peak Moment TV on Blip! Peak Moment 221: Jump on that bike and power up the blender for your morning smoothie! Matthew Corson-Finnerty shows several machines he has developed while at Aprovecho Center in Oregon. Watch us pedal power an electricity generator, a grain mill, a blender, and a straw-chopper. Matthew notes thereapos;s "considerable difference between the power that one person can generate, and [whatapos;s] generated by a fossil fuel engine or a coal-fired plant to provide electricity." After watching these machines, what do you think? [,] See all episodes of Peak Moment TV Visit Peak Moment TV's series page

  • The Gerson Miracle
    by Hernán Moraga on June 24, 2012 at 11:59 PM
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    The Gerson Miracle examines many of the elements of the Gerson Therapy, explaining why we are so ill and how we have in our grasp the power to recover our health without expensive, toxic or mutilating treatments, using the restorative forces of our own immune systems. Even the most advanced cases of cancer can be successfully reversed using this method. While the results seem miraculous, the real "miracle" lies within our own body and its healing processes.

    Documental de la terapia Gerson, que incluye datos importantes sobre la dieta, las toxinas y la forma de vivir más sanos. Involucra varios manifiestos de sobrevivientes al cáncer. Muy recomendable para quienes estén interesados en buscar la verdad sobre el sistema de salud mundial.

  • Rocket Stoves -- Hot, efficient, healthy...
    by Hernán Moraga on June 20, 2012 at 9:57 AM
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    Peak Moment 214: Mike Hatfield says the magic of a rocket stove is getting the heat into what you're trying to heat. His tour of a rocket stove reflects designs perfected for decades at Aprovecho Research Center in rural Oregon. They also test and suggest improvements to stoves from developing countries, aiming to reduce smoke to help children's respiratory health. Fred Colgan shows specialized stove parts and assembly jigs he ships to developing countries, where local people construct rocket stoves from mostly local materials. Appropriate technology at its best!

  • Growing Fish on Algae
    by Hernán Moraga on March 2, 2012 at 8:48 PM
    401 Views - 0 Comments Geoff Lawton explaining how this particular swimming pool is growing fish on algae. From the Urban Permaculture DVD, over 90 minutes of sustainable solutions you can try at home.

  • Growing Vegetables in Rain Gutters from ...
    by Hernán Moraga on March 2, 2012 at 10:13 AM
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    Your friends Gardener Greg and Floraformer Fred show you progress on growing in rain gutters. Progress from seed to harvest is shown with tomatoes, lettuce, radishes, peas and more. Growing peas and tomatoes in rain gutters is serious alternative gardening.

  • How easy is a Polytunnel to construct?
    by Hernán Moraga on March 2, 2012 at 9:56 AM
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    First Tunnels have a 7 man CSCS trained dedicated polytunnel construction team who have a wealth of polytunnel construction knowledge and are more than happy to share tips and advice with any of our customers.If you would like to discover more about Polytunnel constructions or Polytunnels then why not contact us at or join our Facebook group at

  • 1 MILLION pounds of Food on 3 acres. 1 p...
    by Hernán Moraga on March 2, 2012 at 9:43 AM
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    *** Wake Up World Viewer Special - Easy Step by Step instructions on how you can do this in your own home *** UPDATE 26th July 2011 -The response we received from this short story is amazing, but created many questions. We have since looked into this further and we are happy to share with you all detailed information on this amazing organisation. Part 2 includes new HD videos, detailed information on training centres, outreach & community centres, useful links, volunteering, farm tours & contact details. Read and watch the new article here - Original Story I came across this video of a man who has figured out a system to grow 1 million pounds of food on 3 acres each and every year. How are they doing this? * By producing 10,000 fish * Using 300 to 500 yards of worm compost * By utilizing vertical space * Having 3 acres of land in green houses * Using 1 simple aquaponic pump * Food is grown all year by using heat from the compost piles A packed greenhouse produces a crop value of $5 Square Foot! ($200,000/acre). That is if the whole acre was under greenhouse. Continue Reading The Article here - Facebook - Twitter - Web - - Alternative News & Information

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