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The Buenos Aires Farmers Market is the largest market in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It take place one or two weekends a month and is known for organic and healthy produce from all over the country. Going to the Buenos Aires Farmers Market is an experience to be savored. See, taste and enjoy diving deep into Argentine culture. ______________ Subscribe and follow our quest to explore the local flavors http://www.authenticfoodquest.com/subscribe/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AuthenticFoodQuest/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/authenticfoodquest Twitter: https://twitter.com/afoodquest
This short documentary is about how small organic farmers are using bitcoins to reach their customers directly - with no fees and middlemen. UPDATE: Hay subtítulos en español Donate: 1CrVMGUSFgAFL2wWx5t64svA93UtSjqMpo
Guest- & Seminar House of the Argentina Polo Academy. Situated right in the mekka of polo between Open-Door & Pilar, 45mins from Buenos Aires city centre. Full polo & horse riding facilities, guest rooms, swimming pool, massage, paddocks & boxes, organic garden. Free WiFi & Sat TV. To stay at the ranch send a message to +54 911 6684.6501 or an email via www.argentina-polo-academy.com
This is the complete short-documentary about an almost self sufficient living association of farmers from Subachoque, a small town in the state of Cundinamarca, 2 hours from Bogotá, Colombia, who also offer eco-tourism. This video reveals a glimpse of the life, ideas and products and activities on offer for domestic and international visitors, who really want to experience an authentic colombian rural life-style. Website: http://marcoslocaladventures.com/ Visit my page to get free travel consultation, obtain recommendations on travelling in South America and its lovely people. Contact: comment box or on Skype: Marcosmiep
Avinash Kishore, research fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute in New Dehli, shares recommendations about the current needs of agriculture in Asia at the cusp of the digital age. The interview was part of an international conference by Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation in Buenos Aires on digitalisation and agriculture. http://www.fes-connect.org/
This film showcases some of the various farms, environments, production facilities, surroundings, and daily life of the farmers we are working with in Colombia. We wanted to give you a glimpse of what a vast and beautiful coffee origin Colombia is, and all the labor and people that are involved in the production process - from planting and growing trees, to picking and processing, to getting the dried parchment delivered to the nearest bodega (which can be very far away). In this film we are visiting these farmers: Sandra Milena Mora, Finca El Porvenir, Palestina, Huila. Alfredo Baos, Finca Peñitas, Palestina, Huila. Gustavo Sorio, Finca La Ramada, Tarqui, Huila. Patricia Falla, Finca La Miredya, Tarqui, Huila. Fernando Trujillo, Finca Los Altares, Tarqui, Huila. Fabio Escobar, Finca La ...
The first video in English of Jairo Restrepo, a world expert in Biofertilisers and soil regeneration, filmed at Ragmans Lane Farm. Jairo talks about the wonders of cow manure, soil microbes, trace elements, and their link with increased soil, plant and human health. He describes industrial agriculture as a 'dishonest agriculture' robbing us of our health and proposes an alternative productive approach harnessing the power of biological mineral ferments which will allow all of us to grow cheap organic food through enhanced photosynthesis - by Harvesting the Sun.
(14 Sep 2016) Farmers gave away their produce in central Buenos Aires on Wednesday to protest their economic plight. Hundreds of people pushed and shoved as the farmers representing the Land Workers Union distributed crates of lettuce, spinach and other vegetables in the Plaza de Mayo square just in front of the Casa Rosada, the presidential palace. The farmers were protesting the low profits made by agricultural producers, considering the high prices on these products in stores in the Argentine capital. They are calling on the government to implement a policy of low interest loans that might enable them to buy land that they are currently renting at "above market" prices. A decision by the government of President Mauricio Macri to open the market to imports is also putting the squeeze...
About shugarcane farming in sakrand with organic expert fazal hussain solangi the idea is very good about pitch planting so lets see the results next year inshaALLAH
Ji Yunliang worked as a missile researcher at a large state-owned enterprise. Now, he is running a small organic farm. In a country hit by food safety scandals, the interest in organic produce is growing fast. Duration: 02:02
Local farmers are excellent selection of fresh, mostly local and organic vegetables, fruits, baked goods (including vegan pies, squares and cookies), grains, fair trade coffee and chocolate, and much more. Ying Yin's Organic Gourmet Tofu have a booth giving samples and selling goods. In the warmer months Earth & City have a booth selling raw, vegan delights.
A small Egyptian organisation is aiming to educate local farmers about the benefits and methods of organic, sustainable farming. The Nawaya group hopes to increase quality local produce as well as highlight the advantages of healthy, country living. On the outskirts of Cairo, overlooked by the majestic Abu Sir pyramid, lie vast green farmlands, home to the Nawaya nongovernmental organisation. The word "Nawaya" in Arabic has many meanings, including "intentions" and "the first sprout of a seed". The NGO was founded by activists trying to bridge the gap between the city and farmlands, by educating both city residents and farmers about the benefits of cleaner food production. Sara El Sayed, one of the co-founders says, "The idea was to create a model of permaculture, in an agricultural...
http://www.RenegadeHealth.com - Today's show is about persistence... We were told that we wouldn't be able to find organic food in Argentina by many people--even by people who live here. In fact there's a strike right now between the government and the farmers that is making it even more difficult. I wouldn't take no for an answer. ;-)
Annette and Steve Goodhart have spent 3 months with us. They have worked as volunteers in different projects. They have taught english, played with children in orphanages and discovered many reasons for working in an organic garden project. Of course, they have many stories to tell...
Welcome to INTERRUPCION, a community that grows nourishing food, empowers the farmers who produce it, and protects the earth for a sustainable future. Taste Me, Do Good, for your nutrition, for the people, and for our planet. Join the movement! This video shows the interrupcion process and the case of interrupcion associated banana farm group in Ecuador. Besides bananas, interrupcion associated farmers grow fresh organic and fair trade blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, cherries, grapes, apples, pears, plums, peaches, mangos, pineapples, avocados and asparagus. Please spread the word and request them at your local store. Your purchase is power.
Read more about Ania's experience as in Buenos Aires as a part of the Volunteer Argentina program at our blog: http://blog.interexchange.org/working-abroad/2013/06/13/embrace-all-touristy-things-your-first-week/