• Organic farming thriving in Brazil

    1. Pan of supermarket shelf with organic food 2. Supermarket staff putting organic lettuce on display 3. Man looking at bottle of organic olive oil 4. Pan of organic products on display 5. Organic coffee 6. Organic wine from Argentina 7. Pull out from organic beet to wide of organic vegetables on display 8. Set up shot of Maria Jose Felipe 9. SOUNDBITE: (Portuguese) Maria Jose Felipe, Housewife: "(Organic products) don't have pesticides, and are much healthier, aren't they? I personally think these products also have more flavour. I like it very much." 10. Pull out from banner to wide of hotel where Biofach is taking place 11. Pan of conference 12. Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture official giving speech 13. Audience 14. Fair inside the event 15. People talking ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Mountain Farming - Experiences in a Mountain Region of Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil

    The mountainous region in Rio de Janeiro state is the main agricultural pole of the state in the production of vegetables, flowers and poultry. The region is responsible for over 90% of the leaf sold in the unit of Ceasa-RJ in Rio. In 2011, the landslide tragedy killed more than 900 people in the region and many farms were destroyed. The fertile soil disappeared under tons of mud, and in certain cases, the most superficial layer was removed leaving many farmers without the option to plant again. Embrapa, through the Center for Research and Farmers Training in Nova Friburgo, has been working with research, courses, training and dissemination of sustainable practices appropriate for that reality. This video was produced in 2015 by Embrapa Agrobiology and shows some of these practices.

    published: 07 Apr 2016
  • Traditional farming is getting a new lease of life

    LEADIN: Small, family-run farms are still the majority in Brazil, but the way of life is dying as the next generation of farmers seeks alternative sources of work. Now several groups are working with farmers to breed new life into the traditional way of farming. STORYLINE: These bananas are on sale in the market in Rio de Janeiro. Most of the fruit and vegetables consumed in the city pass through CEASA (Centrais de Abastecimento de Campinas SA) - a suppliers market established in 1974. This is where intermediaries buy agricultural products from farmers to supply supermarkets and neighbourhood markets. The suppliers themselves, although registered as farmers are often truck owning intermediaries who buy from families that work in fields hundreds of kilometres away. Family agric...

    published: 03 Aug 2015
  • ഇഞ്ചി കൃഷി - Ginger farming techniques - protray ginger - low budget ginger production

    Uravidam Programme tips Rajan KV Sooraj Puthiyedam Ginger farming techniques part 1 - malayalam - protray ginger - low budget house farming inger, an indigenous plant, is an important spice crop of the world. It is valued in medicine as a carminative and stimulant of the gastro-intestinal tract. Dry ginger is used for the manufacture of oil, oleoresin, essence, soft drink, non-alcoholic beverages and vitaminesed effervescent soft drinks. India is the largest producer and exporter to more than 50 countries accounting for more than 70% of world production. The botanical name of ginger is Zingiber officinale L. which belongs to the family Zingiberaceae. Ginger is a herbaceous perennial with underground rhizomes having serial leafy shoots of 0.5 to 0.75m height; leaves sheathy, alternately...

    published: 22 Jun 2017
  • Farmstay in Brazil - Ismael from London, planting Vetiver and telling us how is the farm

    In our farm, three hours driving from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a project of organic tomatoes in a greenhouse and also Vetiver plants. Vetiver is an amazing plant from India that can be applied in many different things such as slope stabilization against mudslide, water purification, essence oil and parfums production, handcraft, etc . Both projects, Organic Tomatoes and Vetiver are social and scientific here. That means, we try to improve them, get knowledge and help other people. Whenever we get positive results we try to spread them to the communities around that practice traditional agriculture and suffer a lot with this. To help on those projects we accept friendly people from all over the world that can come and stay in the farm for free. We provide simple and basic food and ...

    published: 04 Mar 2011
  • Sources of Life. Seeds and family farming in Brazil

    Family farmers in the Paraná region of Brazil are conserving local and traditional seeds and promoting diversification of varieties. They are supported by organisations such as AS-PTA. Access and use of these seeds creates autonomy, food sovereignty and sustainable livelihoods. The government's PAA program is playing a major role in the promotion and distribution of local seeds. In the words of one seed saver: "for family farmers, seeds are the source of life".

    published: 15 Jul 2014
  • How Rice is Farmed in BRAZIL!

    Joinville is located in the second most southern state of Brazil, Santa Catarina. This is how they grow rice in the region. It's a bit different than back home in that the ground, due to rain, is always wet. I meet a local rice farmer who introduces how the ground is prepared, what equipment is used and how the rice is harvested. Thank you for watching and please subscribe!

    published: 16 Jan 2017
  • Farmstay in Brazil - a general view of the farm

    In our farm, three hours driving from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a project of organic tomatoes in a greenhouse and also Vetiver plants. Vetiver is an amazing plant from India that can be applied in many different things such as slope stabilization against mudslide, water purification, essence oil and parfums production, handcraft, etc . Both projects, Organic Tomatoes and Vetiver are social and scientific here. That means, we try to improve them, get knowledge and help other people. Whenever we get positive results we try to spread them to the communities around that practice traditional agriculture and suffer a lot with this. To help on those projects we accept friendly people from all over the world that can come and stay in the farm for free. We provide simple and basic food and ...

    published: 30 May 2011
  • The Farming Movement Changing The Face Of Brazil

    Landless in Brazil: The Brazilian landless movement, has relocated a quarter of a million people to unproductive farmland. The Truth About Mugabe's Violent Land Grabs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xp2nGvezb5g How Vertical Farms Bring Fresh Food To Booming Cities https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2nFQOkzEjxQ The Rio School That's Changing Favela Kid's Lives https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=186E3ukKI4Q Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/?lid=9459 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews The Brazilian landless movement, has reloca...

    published: 12 Aug 2015
  • Fresh Fruit Producer Sergio from Brazil

    Fairtrade offers the opportunity to both fresh fruit plantations and small farmers to get a price which aims to cover their average costs of sustainable production. Additionally, producers can invest the Fairtrade Premium to improve their businesses and social and environmental conditions. For example, many producers have chosen to use Fairtrade Premium funds to convert their production to organic. Millions of people around the world -- many of them small-scale farmers in developing countries --depend on the production, processing and sale of fresh produce for their livelihoods, income and food security. Expanding production of fresh fruit offers opportunities to create employment, to raise households' incomes and generate foreign exchange earnings through exports.

    published: 10 Mar 2014
  • Farmstay in Brazil - hard manual work here

    In our farm, three hours driving from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a project of organic tomatoes in a greenhouse and also Vetiver plants. Vetiver (http://www.vetiver.com.br) is an amazing plant from India that can be applied in many different things such as slope stabilization against mudslide, water purification, essence oil and parfums production, handcraft, etc . Both projects, Organic Tomatoes and Vetiver are social and scientific here. That means, we try to improve them, get knowledge and help other people. Whenever we get positive results we try to spread them to the communities around that practice traditional agriculture and suffer a lot with this. To help on those projects we accept friendly people from all over the world that can come and stay in the farm for free. We provid...

    published: 04 Aug 2011
  • Small Farm In The Mountains | Cameron Highlands, Malaysia

    Kam Chuan has been running his own farm in the Cameron Highlands of Malaysia for more than a year. He shows us some of his different fruit and vegetables - tapioca (also known as yucca or manioc), a staple food, one that is very common in Southeast Asia - and love fruit (or tree tomato), a rarity found only at their arboreal source and not at any market. Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/storiesfromsea/ Blogspot | https://storiesfromsea.blogspot.com Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/storiesfromsea/ Twitter | https://twitter.com/StoriesfromSEA Any inquiries? Please email us at storiesfromsea@gmail.com.

    published: 15 Apr 2016
  • Farmstay in Brazil - Sean-Ryan and Juliette at the farm

    In our farm, three hours driving from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a project of organic tomatoes in a greenhouse and also Vetiver plants. Vetiver is an amazing plant from India that can be applied in many different things such as slope stabilization against mudslide, water purification, essence oil and parfums production, handcraft, etc . Both projects, Organic Tomatoes and Vetiver are social and scientific here. That means, we try to improve them, get knowledge and help other people. Whenever we get positive results we try to spread them to the communities around that practice traditional agriculture and suffer a lot with this. To help on those projects we accept friendly people from all over the world that can come and stay in the farm for free. We provide simple and basic food and ...

    published: 17 Jul 2011
  • Farmstay in Brazil - Fig Tree

    In our farm, three hours driving from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a project of organic tomatoes in a greenhouse and also Vetiver plants. Vetiver is an amazing plant from India that can be applied in many different things such as slope stabilization against mudslide, water purification, essence oil and parfums production, handcraft, etc . Both projects, Organic Tomatoes and Vetiver are social and scientific here. That means, we try to improve them, get knowledge and help other people. Whenever we get positive results we try to spread them to the communities around that practice traditional agriculture and suffer a lot with this. To help on those projects we accept friendly people from all over the world that can come and stay in the farm for free. We provide simple and basic food and ...

    published: 02 Mar 2011
  • Farmstay in Brazil - Yvan from Switzerland being helpful

    In our farm, three hours driving from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a project of organic tomatoes in a greenhouse and also Vetiver plants. Vetiver is an amazing plant from India that can be applied in many different things such as slope stabilization against mudslide, erosion and infrastructure protectio, water purification, essence oil and parfums production, handcraft, etc . Both projects, Organic Tomatoes and Vetiver are social-oriented and scientifical in our farm. That means, we try to improve the techniques, get knowledge and help other people. Whenever we get positive results we try to spread them to the communities around that practice traditional agriculture and suffer a lot with this. To help on those projects we accept friendly people from all over the world that can come an...

    published: 13 May 2011
  • Farming in the Alps

    published: 29 Jun 2015
  • Farmstay in Brazil - spiderwebs during sunrising at the farm

    In our farm, three hours driving from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a project of organic tomatoes in a greenhouse and also Vetiver plants. Vetiver is an amazing plant from India that can be applied in many different things such as slope stabilization against mudslide, water purification, essence oil and parfums production, handcraft, etc . Both projects, Organic Tomatoes and Vetiver are social and scientific here. That means, we try to improve them, get knowledge and help other people. Whenever we get positive results we try to spread them to the communities around that practice traditional agriculture and suffer a lot with this. To help on those projects we accept friendly people from all over the world that can come and stay in the farm for free. We provide simple and basic food and l...

    published: 30 May 2011
  • Farmstay in Brazil - Julieta´s Eggs - Part 2

    In our farm, three hours driving from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a project of organic tomatoes in a greenhouse and also Vetiver plants. Vetiver is an amazing plant from India that can be applied in many different things such as slope stabilization against mudslide, water purification, essence oil and parfums prodution, handcraft, etc . Both projects, Organic Tomatoes and Vetiver are social and scientific here. That means, we try to improve them, get knowledge and help other people. Whennever we get positive results we try to spread them to the communities around that practice traditional agriculture and suffer a lot with this. To help on those projects we accept friendly people from all over the world that can come and stay in the farm for free. We provide simple and basic food and l...

    published: 08 Oct 2007
  • Norma Teresinha Rampelotto Gatto, Brazil -- Farmer Profile

    Sound management practices and new technologies have allowed Gatto to create a successful farm, while also protecting the environment.

    published: 25 Feb 2011
  • Farmstay in Brazil - few animals we have here

    In our farm, three hours driving from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a project of organic tomatoes in a greenhouse and also Vetiver plants. Vetiver (http://www.vetiver.com.br) is an amazing plant from India that can be applied in many different things such as slope stabilization against mudslide, water purification, essence oil and parfums production, handcraft, etc . Both projects, Organic Tomatoes and Vetiver are social and scientific here. That means, we try to improve them, get knowledge and help other people. Whenever we get positive results we try to spread them to the communities around that practice traditional agriculture and suffer a lot with this. To help on those projects we accept friendly people from all over the world that can come and stay in the farm for free. We provid...

    published: 05 Aug 2011
  • Robert Jordan: Urban Agriculture against Poverty

    Robert Jordan is the Advocacy Manager of the International Federation of Organic Agricultural Movements (IFOAM). In this interview he visits a favela in Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, to interact with the pioneers of organic urban rooftop gardening in Brazil.

    published: 16 Jun 2012
  • Stephanie`s Small Farm Saquarema

    This is my Small Farm in Saquarema in Rio de Janeiro/Brazil The property is located in Sampaio Correa.Only 1 hour from Rio.Is a beautiful place with a surf beach and mountains where you can fly.

    published: 11 Sep 2007
  • Mountain Farming | Farmers in Vizianagaram District | A Story

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    published: 17 Apr 2017
  • Farmstay in Brazil - making compost

    In our farm, three hours driving from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a project of organic tomatoes in a greenhouse and also Vetiver plants. Vetiver is an amazing plant from India that can be applied in many different things such as slope stabilization against mudslide, water purification, essence oil and parfums production, handcraft, etc . Both projects, Organic Tomatoes and Vetiver are social and scientific here. That means, we try to improve them, get knowledge and help other people. Whenever we get positive results we try to spread them to the communities around that practice traditional agriculture and suffer a lot with this. To help on those projects we accept friendly people from all over the world that can come and stay in the farm for free. We provide simple and basic food and ...

    published: 30 May 2011
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Organic farming thriving in Brazil

Organic farming thriving in Brazil

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1. Pan of supermarket shelf with organic food 2. Supermarket staff putting organic lettuce on display 3. Man looking at bottle of organic olive oil 4. Pan of organic products on display 5. Organic coffee 6. Organic wine from Argentina 7. Pull out from organic beet to wide of organic vegetables on display 8. Set up shot of Maria Jose Felipe 9. SOUNDBITE: (Portuguese) Maria Jose Felipe, Housewife: "(Organic products) don't have pesticides, and are much healthier, aren't they? I personally think these products also have more flavour. I like it very much." 10. Pull out from banner to wide of hotel where Biofach is taking place 11. Pan of conference 12. Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture official giving speech 13. Audience 14. Fair inside the event 15. People talking 16. Set up shot of Rosina Guerra 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Rosina Guerra, Bio Fach organiser: "Brazil is a very big country. We still have a lot of good land, and it is really the first one in South America. The area in Argentina is bigger because they have all this pasture, but we have more plantations here of organic products." 18. Pull out from organic products on display to wide of fair STORYLINE: The Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro is playing host this week to the BioFach organic food fair, a Latin American version of the event that normally takes place every year in Nuremberg, Germany. Brazil is South America's leading consumer and producer of organic products, with sales growing at about 30 percent per year, according to the fair's organisers. Organic food first started appearing on supermarket shelves in Brazil in 1997. Since then, the sale, consumption and production of organic products has taken off - encompassing now not just vegetables and fruits, but also products like wine, coffee and soy. In Rio de Janeiro's largest supermarket, the amount of organic products on sale has doubled since 1997, increasing 40 percent faster than non-organic products in the past year. For Maria Jose Felipe, a housewife, organic products are not just a healthier option - she says they taste better. The BioFach fair is meant to discuss ways of expanding the production and consumption of organic products in Latin America. Other South American countries are getting into the organic market as well, for example, with organic bananas coming from Bolivia and organic wine from Argentina. Organic food production in Brazil grew by 30 percent last year, accounting for 30 million US dollars in exports and 200 million US dollars in domestic sales. Brazil is also the biggest supplier of organic products to the European market. BioFach organisers say the global consumption of organic products is also growing at about 30 percent per year. Total global sales are about 25 billion US dollars per year. BioFach continues until Friday. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e449238298e78b8e21dbc3ff99803f4a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Mountain Farming - Experiences in a Mountain Region of Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil

Mountain Farming - Experiences in a Mountain Region of Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil

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The mountainous region in Rio de Janeiro state is the main agricultural pole of the state in the production of vegetables, flowers and poultry. The region is responsible for over 90% of the leaf sold in the unit of Ceasa-RJ in Rio. In 2011, the landslide tragedy killed more than 900 people in the region and many farms were destroyed. The fertile soil disappeared under tons of mud, and in certain cases, the most superficial layer was removed leaving many farmers without the option to plant again. Embrapa, through the Center for Research and Farmers Training in Nova Friburgo, has been working with research, courses, training and dissemination of sustainable practices appropriate for that reality. This video was produced in 2015 by Embrapa Agrobiology and shows some of these practices.
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Traditional farming is getting a new lease of life

Traditional farming is getting a new lease of life

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LEADIN: Small, family-run farms are still the majority in Brazil, but the way of life is dying as the next generation of farmers seeks alternative sources of work. Now several groups are working with farmers to breed new life into the traditional way of farming. STORYLINE: These bananas are on sale in the market in Rio de Janeiro. Most of the fruit and vegetables consumed in the city pass through CEASA (Centrais de Abastecimento de Campinas SA) - a suppliers market established in 1974. This is where intermediaries buy agricultural products from farmers to supply supermarkets and neighbourhood markets. The suppliers themselves, although registered as farmers are often truck owning intermediaries who buy from families that work in fields hundreds of kilometres away. Family agriculture accounts for 84 percent of all farms in Brazil. Only sixteen percent are non-family owned according to the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics Leandro Mesquita is a family farmer. He runs three banana plantations in the forests of Vargem Grande in Rio de Janeiro. Once a week he uses a team of mules to carry the harvested bananas to a van back to his house in the Pedra Branca forest. Once there, members of his family help place the bananas in a deposit where they will ripen ready to sell at market. He sells some of the bananas directly to the public - which gets him a higher profit. At the farm Pedro and his extended family help with the planting of vegetables for their own consumption and for sale in the local markets. Tropical weeds grow fast and weeding is arduous work that needs a collective effort. His wife, nephews and in-laws take turns helping, but the next generation may swap weeding for the lucrative lure of city life. "Nowadays young people don't want to work in the fields, because they believe life in the city is easier and better, but I think differently, that there is a better and healthier life quality here," says fourteen year old Leandro Mesquita, Pedro's nephew. Pedro's sons are not here today, they are out doing odd jobs in the city, a growing trend among family farmers. "A mason's helper makes eighty or ninety 'reals' a day (USD $30-34). Up here we harvest bananas; take them to the market and pay the cost of the mules and such, so they can't get as much and that is why family agriculture is becoming extinct," says Pedro Mesquita. In Mag�, sixty kilometres (37 miles) North of Rio, a group of family farmers have established a new kind of street market. Every Saturday the farmers sell their products directly to the consumers. No intermediaries are present here. The fair started in 2012 under the coordination of the ASPTA Ngo (Assessoria e Servi�os a Projectos em Agricultura Alternativa), which promotes family and organic agriculture. "A fair like this where only farmers sell allows the farmer to have direct contact with the consumer who can appreciate the product of that farmer. The price paid is much more just," says Renata Souto, an agronomist for ASPTA who helps organise the fair. Souto comes here periodically to research farmer's needs and try to provide solutions that can help increase their income. Many here sell jams, crystallised fruit and other manufactured products such as the popular tapioca snacks. Still, here too, the younger generation is largely absent. "It's a big problem. Young people generally don't want to stay with the parents in family farming. I have three children. All three when they became eighteen or nineteen, one went to college, the others joined the army," says farmer Ney Moura. "Our products have no poison. They are more healthy. They get a better price, are more profitable," says organic farmer, Delurdes Santana. Suelen Carvalho lives in one such settlement. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/32f9d373a49330d90fff88799729af04 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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ഇഞ്ചി കൃഷി - Ginger farming techniques - protray ginger - low budget ginger production

ഇഞ്ചി കൃഷി - Ginger farming techniques - protray ginger - low budget ginger production

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Uravidam Programme tips Rajan KV Sooraj Puthiyedam Ginger farming techniques part 1 - malayalam - protray ginger - low budget house farming inger, an indigenous plant, is an important spice crop of the world. It is valued in medicine as a carminative and stimulant of the gastro-intestinal tract. Dry ginger is used for the manufacture of oil, oleoresin, essence, soft drink, non-alcoholic beverages and vitaminesed effervescent soft drinks. India is the largest producer and exporter to more than 50 countries accounting for more than 70% of world production. The botanical name of ginger is Zingiber officinale L. which belongs to the family Zingiberaceae. Ginger is a herbaceous perennial with underground rhizomes having serial leafy shoots of 0.5 to 0.75m height; leaves sheathy, alternately arranged, linear with 15 cm long and sessile flowers borne on a spike, condensed, oblong and cylindrical with numerous scar bracts; flowers numerous yellow in colour with dark purplish spots, bisexual, epigynous, stamens only one, ovary inferior, three carpelled; fruit an oblong capsule, seeds glabrous and fairly large. Climate and Soil Ginger grows best in warm and humid climate. It is mainly cultivated in the tropics from sea level to an altitude of 1500m, both under rainfed and irrigated conditions. For successful cultivation of the crop, a moderate rainfall at the sowing time till the rhizomes sprout, fairly heavy and well-distributed showers during the growing period, and dry weather with a temperature of 280 to 350C for about a month before harvesting are necessary. Prevalence of high humidity throughout the crop period is desirable. Ginger thrives best in well-drained soils like sandy or clay loam, red loam or lateritic loam. A friable loam, rich in humus are ideal. However, being an exhaustive crop, soil should be rich in fertility. Varieties Several cultivars of ginger are grown in the different ginger growing areas in India. They are generally named after the localities or places where they are grown. Some of the more prominent indigenous types are Maran (Assam), Kuruppampadi, Ernad and Wynad local (all from Kerala). A high yielding introduction Rio-de-Janeiro has become very popular among the growers. Its yield potential is 25 to 35 tonnes per ha. The fiber content is 5.19 % and dry ginger recovery is 16-18 %. Recently, High Altitude Research Station, Pottangi (Orissa) has released three improved varieties.
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Farmstay in Brazil - Ismael from London, planting Vetiver and telling us how is the farm

Farmstay in Brazil - Ismael from London, planting Vetiver and telling us how is the farm

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In our farm, three hours driving from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a project of organic tomatoes in a greenhouse and also Vetiver plants. Vetiver is an amazing plant from India that can be applied in many different things such as slope stabilization against mudslide, water purification, essence oil and parfums production, handcraft, etc . Both projects, Organic Tomatoes and Vetiver are social and scientific here. That means, we try to improve them, get knowledge and help other people. Whenever we get positive results we try to spread them to the communities around that practice traditional agriculture and suffer a lot with this. To help on those projects we accept friendly people from all over the world that can come and stay in the farm for free. We provide simple and basic food and lodge. People can also have their own vegetable garden. In exchange people help working. The nature here is amazing. We have a lot of land, forests, mineral water sources, a big lake, ducks, chickens, cows, gooses and many birds around. Local people living here are great. They are very wise and will teach you many things about life, portuguese language and Nature. Take a look in the videos and enjoy the people talking about their experience here and landscape. In this movie watch Ismael from London, telling about his experience here. Get inspired and come to visit us!! Contact: luciolambert@hotmail.com You are welcome!!
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Sources of Life. Seeds and family farming in Brazil

Sources of Life. Seeds and family farming in Brazil

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Family farmers in the Paraná region of Brazil are conserving local and traditional seeds and promoting diversification of varieties. They are supported by organisations such as AS-PTA. Access and use of these seeds creates autonomy, food sovereignty and sustainable livelihoods. The government's PAA program is playing a major role in the promotion and distribution of local seeds. In the words of one seed saver: "for family farmers, seeds are the source of life".
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How Rice is Farmed in BRAZIL!

How Rice is Farmed in BRAZIL!

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Joinville is located in the second most southern state of Brazil, Santa Catarina. This is how they grow rice in the region. It's a bit different than back home in that the ground, due to rain, is always wet. I meet a local rice farmer who introduces how the ground is prepared, what equipment is used and how the rice is harvested. Thank you for watching and please subscribe!
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Farmstay in Brazil - a general view of the farm

Farmstay in Brazil - a general view of the farm

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In our farm, three hours driving from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a project of organic tomatoes in a greenhouse and also Vetiver plants. Vetiver is an amazing plant from India that can be applied in many different things such as slope stabilization against mudslide, water purification, essence oil and parfums production, handcraft, etc . Both projects, Organic Tomatoes and Vetiver are social and scientific here. That means, we try to improve them, get knowledge and help other people. Whenever we get positive results we try to spread them to the communities around that practice traditional agriculture and suffer a lot with this. To help on those projects we accept friendly people from all over the world that can come and stay in the farm for free. We provide simple and basic food and lodge. People can also have their own vegetable garden. In exchange people help working. The nature here is amazing. We have a lot of land, forests, mineral water sources, a big lake, ducks, chickens, cows, gooses and many birds around. Local people living here are great. They are very wise and will teach you many things about life, portuguese language and Nature. Take a look in the videos and enjoy the people talking about their experience here, nature and landscape. Get inspired and come to visit us!! luciolambert@hotmail.com You are welcome!!
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The Farming Movement Changing The Face Of Brazil

The Farming Movement Changing The Face Of Brazil

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Landless in Brazil: The Brazilian landless movement, has relocated a quarter of a million people to unproductive farmland. The Truth About Mugabe's Violent Land Grabs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xp2nGvezb5g How Vertical Farms Bring Fresh Food To Booming Cities https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2nFQOkzEjxQ The Rio School That's Changing Favela Kid's Lives https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=186E3ukKI4Q Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/?lid=9459 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews The Brazilian landless movement, has relocated a quarter of a million people to unproductive farmland. Sergio today collects his eggs and manages a smallholding. He is one of many Brazilians moving back to the country. Sergio is part of a movement changing the face of Brazil. Faced with strong and sometimes brutal opposition from Brazil’s powerful landowners the future is looking unstable. Back to Back – Ref. 1004 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
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Fresh Fruit Producer Sergio from Brazil

Fresh Fruit Producer Sergio from Brazil

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Fairtrade offers the opportunity to both fresh fruit plantations and small farmers to get a price which aims to cover their average costs of sustainable production. Additionally, producers can invest the Fairtrade Premium to improve their businesses and social and environmental conditions. For example, many producers have chosen to use Fairtrade Premium funds to convert their production to organic. Millions of people around the world -- many of them small-scale farmers in developing countries --depend on the production, processing and sale of fresh produce for their livelihoods, income and food security. Expanding production of fresh fruit offers opportunities to create employment, to raise households' incomes and generate foreign exchange earnings through exports.
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Farmstay in Brazil - hard manual work here

Farmstay in Brazil - hard manual work here

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In our farm, three hours driving from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a project of organic tomatoes in a greenhouse and also Vetiver plants. Vetiver (http://www.vetiver.com.br) is an amazing plant from India that can be applied in many different things such as slope stabilization against mudslide, water purification, essence oil and parfums production, handcraft, etc . Both projects, Organic Tomatoes and Vetiver are social and scientific here. That means, we try to improve them, get knowledge and help other people. Whenever we get positive results we try to spread them to the communities around that practice traditional agriculture and suffer a lot with this. To help on those projects we accept friendly people from all over the world that can come and stay in the farm for free. We provide simple and basic food and lodge. People can also have their own vegetable garden. In exchange these young people help working in the farm projects. The nature here is amazing. We have a lot of land, forests, mineral water sources, a big lake, ducks, chickens, cows, gooses and many birds around. Local people living here are great. They are very wise and will teach you many things about life, portuguese language and Nature. Take a look in these videos and enjoy people talking about their experience here, nature and landscape. Get inspired and come to visit us!! Here, Juliette and Sean are sifting the compost before planting. Write to us!! luciolambert@hotmail.com You are welcome!!
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Small Farm In The Mountains  |  Cameron Highlands, Malaysia

Small Farm In The Mountains | Cameron Highlands, Malaysia

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Kam Chuan has been running his own farm in the Cameron Highlands of Malaysia for more than a year. He shows us some of his different fruit and vegetables - tapioca (also known as yucca or manioc), a staple food, one that is very common in Southeast Asia - and love fruit (or tree tomato), a rarity found only at their arboreal source and not at any market. Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/storiesfromsea/ Blogspot | https://storiesfromsea.blogspot.com Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/storiesfromsea/ Twitter | https://twitter.com/StoriesfromSEA Any inquiries? Please email us at storiesfromsea@gmail.com.
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Farmstay in Brazil - Sean-Ryan and Juliette at the farm

Farmstay in Brazil - Sean-Ryan and Juliette at the farm

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In our farm, three hours driving from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a project of organic tomatoes in a greenhouse and also Vetiver plants. Vetiver is an amazing plant from India that can be applied in many different things such as slope stabilization against mudslide, water purification, essence oil and parfums production, handcraft, etc . Both projects, Organic Tomatoes and Vetiver are social and scientific here. That means, we try to improve them, get knowledge and help other people. Whenever we get positive results we try to spread them to the communities around that practice traditional agriculture and suffer a lot with this. To help on those projects we accept friendly people from all over the world that can come and stay in the farm for free. We provide simple and basic food and lodge. People can also have their own vegetable garden. In exchange these young people help working in the farm projects. The nature here is amazing. We have a lot of land, forests, mineral water sources, a big lake, ducks, chickens, cows, gooses and many birds around. Local people living here are great. They are very wise and will teach you many things about life, portuguese language and Nature. Take a look in these videos and enjoy people talking about their experience here, nature and landscape. Get inspired and come to visit us!! Now we have Sean-Ryan from San Diego, California and Juliette from Paris, France doing things, walking around, learning and enjoying. luciolambert@hotmail.com You are welcome!!
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Farmstay in Brazil - Fig Tree

Farmstay in Brazil - Fig Tree

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  • Updated: 02 Mar 2011
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In our farm, three hours driving from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a project of organic tomatoes in a greenhouse and also Vetiver plants. Vetiver is an amazing plant from India that can be applied in many different things such as slope stabilization against mudslide, water purification, essence oil and parfums production, handcraft, etc . Both projects, Organic Tomatoes and Vetiver are social and scientific here. That means, we try to improve them, get knowledge and help other people. Whenever we get positive results we try to spread them to the communities around that practice traditional agriculture and suffer a lot with this. To help on those projects we accept friendly people from all over the world that can come and stay in the farm for free. We provide simple and basic food and lodge. People can also have their own vegetable garden. In exchange people help working. The nature here is amazing. We have a lot of land, forests, mineral water sources, a big lake, ducks, chickens, cows, gooses and many birds around. Local people living here are great. They are very wise and will teach you many things about life, portuguese language and Nature. Take a look in the videos and enjoy people talking about their experience here, Nature and landscape. Get inspired and come to visit us!! In this video a fig tree plenty of riped figs just beside the guest house. luciolambert@hotmail.com You are welcome!!
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Farmstay in Brazil - Yvan from Switzerland being helpful

Farmstay in Brazil - Yvan from Switzerland being helpful

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  • Updated: 13 May 2011
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In our farm, three hours driving from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a project of organic tomatoes in a greenhouse and also Vetiver plants. Vetiver is an amazing plant from India that can be applied in many different things such as slope stabilization against mudslide, erosion and infrastructure protectio, water purification, essence oil and parfums production, handcraft, etc . Both projects, Organic Tomatoes and Vetiver are social-oriented and scientifical in our farm. That means, we try to improve the techniques, get knowledge and help other people. Whenever we get positive results we try to spread them to the communities around that practice traditional agriculture and suffer a lot with this. To help on those projects we accept friendly people from all over the world that can come and stay in the farm for free. We provide simple and basic food and lodge. People can also have their own vegetable garden. In exchange people might help working. The nature here is amazing. We have a lot of land, forests, mineral water sources, a big lake, ducks, chickens, cows, gooses and many birds and monkeys around. Local people living here are great. They are very wise and will teach you many things about local life, portuguese language and Nature. You can also explore the surround region where you are going to find many waterfalls, old-farm constructions and archeological sites. Take a look in the videos and enjoy the people talking about their experience here. Get inspired and come to visit us!! In this movie, Yvan, from Genève, Switzerland, in his second day. luciolambert@hotmail.com You are welcome!!
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Farming in the Alps

Farming in the Alps

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  • Updated: 29 Jun 2015
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Farmstay in Brazil - spiderwebs during sunrising at the farm

Farmstay in Brazil - spiderwebs during sunrising at the farm

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  • Updated: 30 May 2011
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In our farm, three hours driving from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a project of organic tomatoes in a greenhouse and also Vetiver plants. Vetiver is an amazing plant from India that can be applied in many different things such as slope stabilization against mudslide, water purification, essence oil and parfums production, handcraft, etc . Both projects, Organic Tomatoes and Vetiver are social and scientific here. That means, we try to improve them, get knowledge and help other people. Whenever we get positive results we try to spread them to the communities around that practice traditional agriculture and suffer a lot with this. To help on those projects we accept friendly people from all over the world that can come and stay in the farm for free. We provide simple and basic food and lodge. People can also have their own vegetable garden. In exchange people help working. The nature here is amazing. We have a lot of land, forests, mineral water sources, a big lake, ducks, chickens, cows, gooses and many birds around. Local people living here are great. They are very wise and will teach you many things about life, portuguese language and Nature. Take a look in the videos and enjoy the people talking about their experience here, nature and landscape. Get inspired and come to visit us!! luciolambert@hotmail.com You are welcome!!
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Farmstay in Brazil - Julieta´s Eggs - Part 2

Farmstay in Brazil - Julieta´s Eggs - Part 2

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  • Updated: 08 Oct 2007
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In our farm, three hours driving from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a project of organic tomatoes in a greenhouse and also Vetiver plants. Vetiver is an amazing plant from India that can be applied in many different things such as slope stabilization against mudslide, water purification, essence oil and parfums prodution, handcraft, etc . Both projects, Organic Tomatoes and Vetiver are social and scientific here. That means, we try to improve them, get knowledge and help other people. Whennever we get positive results we try to spread them to the communities around that practice traditional agriculture and suffer a lot with this. To help on those projects we accept friendly people from all over the world that can come and stay in the farm for free. We provide simple and basic food and lodge. People can also have their own vegetable garden. In exchange people help working. The nature here is amazing. We have a lot of land, forests, mineral water sources, a big lake, ducks, chickens, cows, gooses and many birds around. Local people living here are great. They are very wise and will teach you many things about life, portuguese language and Nature. Take a look in the videos and enjoy local and guest people talking about their experience here and landscape. In this video, Julieta is 24 hours a day incubating. We should bring even the food.We put some corn to her inside the box you can see. Get inspired and come to visit us!! You are welcome!!
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Norma Teresinha Rampelotto Gatto, Brazil -- Farmer Profile

Norma Teresinha Rampelotto Gatto, Brazil -- Farmer Profile

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  • Updated: 25 Feb 2011
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Sound management practices and new technologies have allowed Gatto to create a successful farm, while also protecting the environment.
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Farmstay in Brazil - few animals we have here

Farmstay in Brazil - few animals we have here

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  • Updated: 05 Aug 2011
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In our farm, three hours driving from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a project of organic tomatoes in a greenhouse and also Vetiver plants. Vetiver (http://www.vetiver.com.br) is an amazing plant from India that can be applied in many different things such as slope stabilization against mudslide, water purification, essence oil and parfums production, handcraft, etc . Both projects, Organic Tomatoes and Vetiver are social and scientific here. That means, we try to improve them, get knowledge and help other people. Whenever we get positive results we try to spread them to the communities around that practice traditional agriculture and suffer a lot with this. To help on those projects we accept friendly people from all over the world that can come and stay in the farm for free. We provide simple and basic food and lodge. People can also have their own vegetable garden. In exchange these young people help working in the farm projects. The nature here is amazing. We have a lot of land, forests, mineral water sources, a big lake, ducks, chickens, cows, gooses and many birds around. Local people living here are great. They are very wise and will teach you many things about life, portuguese language and Nature. Take a look in these videos and enjoy people talking about their experience here, nature and landscape. Get inspired and come to visit us!! We show here few animals we have in the farm such as maritacas, the bull "Marrone", Marina and her puppies, kittens and more. Write to us: luciolambert@hotmail.com You are welcome!!
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Robert Jordan: Urban Agriculture against Poverty

Robert Jordan: Urban Agriculture against Poverty

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  • Updated: 16 Jun 2012
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Robert Jordan is the Advocacy Manager of the International Federation of Organic Agricultural Movements (IFOAM). In this interview he visits a favela in Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, to interact with the pioneers of organic urban rooftop gardening in Brazil.
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Stephanie`s Small Farm Saquarema

Stephanie`s Small Farm Saquarema

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This is my Small Farm in Saquarema in Rio de Janeiro/Brazil The property is located in Sampaio Correa.Only 1 hour from Rio.Is a beautiful place with a surf beach and mountains where you can fly.
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Mountain Farming | Farmers in Vizianagaram District | A Story

Mountain Farming | Farmers in Vizianagaram District | A Story

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Farmstay in Brazil - making compost

Farmstay in Brazil - making compost

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  • Updated: 30 May 2011
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In our farm, three hours driving from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a project of organic tomatoes in a greenhouse and also Vetiver plants. Vetiver is an amazing plant from India that can be applied in many different things such as slope stabilization against mudslide, water purification, essence oil and parfums production, handcraft, etc . Both projects, Organic Tomatoes and Vetiver are social and scientific here. That means, we try to improve them, get knowledge and help other people. Whenever we get positive results we try to spread them to the communities around that practice traditional agriculture and suffer a lot with this. To help on those projects we accept friendly people from all over the world that can come and stay in the farm for free. We provide simple and basic food and lodge. People can also have their own vegetable garden. In exchange people help working. The nature here is amazing. We have a lot of land, forests, mineral water sources, a big lake, ducks, chickens, cows, gooses and many birds around. Local people living here are great. They are very wise and will teach you many things about life, portuguese language and Nature. Take a look in the videos and enjoy the people talking about their experience here, nature and landscape. Get inspired and come to visit us!! In this new video i am doing compost. luciolambert@hotmail.com You are welcome!!)
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