carbonfarming Photos & Videos

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15 month total soil makeover. Once upon a time, this soil was rock hard, lifeless red clay you’d need a mattock to break apart. All I did was sheet compost with manure and chips 8” deep and nature did all the rest of the work. Right after I took this photo a few years ago, I added a few more inches of mulch on top (this part of the process never ends — just keep adding more mulch). At this point, you can dig by hand elbow deep in rich soil throughout most of the garden. It ain’t rocket surgery, if you have exposed soil in your garden, go mulch it! Cover cropping, plastics or fabrics, and/or fertilizers are never going to deliver these soil building results in such a short time frame #keepmulching #sheetmulch #notill #soilbuilding #regenerativeagriculture #permaculture #soilfoodweb #carbonfarming

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Super mercatino oggi alla @folagarossa con i nostri prodotti (olio,miele,catiorà,tisane,mele secche,uova,cera d'api,rosa canina)

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Siamo pronti per la conquista della nostra valle con altre arnie appena finite! Si prevede una nuova stagione mielosa!

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Fire. It brings life but may also cause harm, like many things in life when moderated poorly. One of the best quotes I’ve heard is “everything in moderation, including moderation”. I lit this fire where I used to work in Cape York, to protect my camp (just beyond the green) but to also protect the landscape from excessively hot wildfires in the late dry season. By burning these fields near the coast in June, the green pick would quickly regenerate and provide new food for grazers. Seed would be dropped during the fire, which birds would consume after. Before long this black mat of ash left behind would become a thick green field, whilst there is still groundwater and heavy dews. In the later part of the dry season if this caught fire it wouldn’t stop and nothing would regenerate until the wet season. The fire would rapidly spread across the landscape and being a hotter fire, would also consume many fallen trees which act as animal refuges. It’s a beautiful thing really...when you understand more about it. #StepOutsideMate #bushfire #fire #carbonfarming #capeyork #wilderness #pristine #thisisqueensland #seeaustralia #travelqld #discoveraustralia #adventure #bushlife #floodplain #camping

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#Repost @regencanada with @get_repost ・・・ He calls himself a Christian libertarian environmentalist capitalist lunatic farmer. You probably recognize him from his TedTalk "Cows, Carbon and Climate" or his books "You Can Farm" or "Folks! This Ain’t Normal". . We are thrilled to welcome the one and only Joel Salatin at the Living Soils Symposium! Join us March 28-31, 2019 in Montreal. Link in bio! 🌿 . . . Il se décrit comme un agriculteur chrétien, libertarien, environnementaliste, capitaliste et cinglé. Vous le reconnaîtrez sûrement de son Ted Talk « Cows, Carbon and Climate » or his books « You Can Farm » or « Folks! This Ain’t Normal ». . Nous sommes ravis d’accueillir le seul et l’unique Joel Salatin au Symposium Sols Vivants! Joignez-vous à nous du 28 au 31 mars 2019 à Montréal. Lien dans la bio! 🌿 . . . #regeneration #livingsoils #LSS #holisticlivestock #regenerativeagriculture #togetherwestand #cowsforclimate #carbonfarming #montreal

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We are thankful to @fibershed_ for awarding us a grant to develop and promote Climate Beneficial grazing practices in our region. We will be taking a closer look into what these best practices look like and sharing them through video, photography and a “how to” checklist. Our goal is to engage our community on how these practices allow carbon to be captured in the soil to help mitigate our changing climate. #climatebeneficial #carbonfarming #grazing #wool #regenerativeagriculture #fibershed #pnwgrown

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This is so good. Finally. Drought not broken but we will have another month of grass from this rain event. Bring on 2019. It has to be better than 2018.

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i see a shift in something i’ve lived with my whole life. when the chickens rush over to greet me, delighted, when they peck curiously about the pile of tools and watch me go about my repairs, i see it. when the kid goats bleat at the barn door, wondering why i fuss with the leaky old tap and not pet them as they ask, it’s there. when the ducks stand quietly at a shy distance, observing my wrench and gloves with serious faces, i can feel it. we go about our work in connection to others, whether we can see it or not. our attachment to farm animals is easily dismissed, just as old methods of working slowly, with hand tools, are considered quaint. lately, though, we’ve been watching a bigger picture emerge that suggests that within these simple domestic tasks, these affectionate relationships, our work is wholly more efficient, effective. looking at the whole picture, economies of scale have only appeared to work, demanding great subsidising by the earth itself, producing enormous waste at great cost. when we turn to systems that thrived for centuries, closed loop, holistic systems where people work in connection to land, animals, plants, community, it isn’t sentimental but highly functional. the small-scale family farm, the cottage industry, the kitchen garden, the backyard flock, the home dairy, the workshop in the back, these are good old models. the connection i feel to the creatures, the gratification i feel at having repaired the leaky barn tap isn’t the exception, it is the rule. it is the way forward. to avert industrial narratives and reinvent a model of living that considers the whole. yes, the flock of free range chickens produce less eggs than in the factory, yet they lay in vibrant health, foraging plenty while reducing pests throughout the orchard, fertilising and working the land, living long contented lives, raising babies, giving nutrient dense eggs and rich compost. yes, it is slow to grow your food, slow to learn to mend your own things, slow to work by hand, but the speed was fueled by costly decisions. i see great potential in a small, slow life, are you seeing this too?

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Winter means conference time and networking! Last week I was fortunate to attend the @acresusa Eco Ag conference, representing my day job @cwrufarm. It was 4 days of intense soil biology, compost and regenerative ag knowledge being shared from leaders all over the country. . . Quite honestly, the whole experience was eye opening to this small farm lady. It was humbling and challenging at times, being in the minority, as a woman in attendance. I was incredibly encouraged though that I could follow along with the content, thanks to all I’ve learned in the last three seasons farming. It’s amazing how much you can grow in a short time. It can be painful, uncomfortable and exhausting but our potential is limitless 🌱 . . #brainpower #knowledgeispower #growth #womenwhofarm #womenempowerment #continuingeducation #brainfood #regenerativeagriculture #feedthesoil #carbonfarming #soilbiology #compost #biodiversity #rhizosphere #myceliummagic #circadianrhythms #plantconnection #livingsoils #ecologicalfarming

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Calling all land managers! The technology for sequestering carbon is known and has been around for many millions of years. It is called plants. Perennial plants including grasses pull huge amount of CO2 from the atmosphere and through the miracle of photosynthesis make carbon rich sugars to send into the soil thereby pulling the excess carbon from the atmosphere. In this way creating healthy and carbon rich soils is the answer to reversing global climate change. Annual agriculture just does not build soil as annuals just cannot build carbon rich soil with shallow roots and practices that include tilling. Let’s bring back no till perennial ecosystems.⠀photo from @patagoniaprovisions .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #compost #composttea #carbonfarming #soil #healthysoil #carbonsequestration #wormfarm #gardening #permaculture #beyondorganic #organic #doyourpart #globalwarming #sandiego #valleycenter #sustainable #sustainableliving #regenerativeagriculture #mycelium #mycorrhizae

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LIPOSOMAL DELIVERY TECHNOLOGY!!! WOW!! Had the pleasure last week of getting a tour of a facility that has developed a patented process that is the #1 delivery method for chemical compounds! Delivers directly into the cell binding with the cell wall as it is a pharmaceutical grade "lipid"!!! This technology is widely available worldwide...the difference between this manufacturer and the rest is the way it is compounded along with the substrate in which the chemicals are carried...it is a gel like substance that comes in a squeezeable pouch....they even make one for Cannabis! AMAZING! This team has been doing this for over 25 years! We are looking at the technology to apply to our products!! Most definitely there will be more to come! . . Go check out our website www.7GenProducers.Farm ... Get some #moringa in your life ... #bethechange #knowledgeispower #soilfoodweb #regenerativeagriculture #permaculture #beyondorganic #worms #geodesicdome #dowhatyoulove #farm365 #superfood #health #govegan #vegan #farming #farmtotable #nutrition #wellness #food #education #farmtofork #carbonfarming #dontstopwontstop

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He calls himself a Christian libertarian environmentalist capitalist lunatic farmer. You probably recognize him from his TedTalk "Cows, Carbon and Climate" or his books "You Can Farm" or "Folks! This Ain’t Normal". . We are thrilled to welcome the one and only Joel Salatin at the Living Soils Symposium! Join us March 28-31, 2019 in Montreal. Link in bio! 🌿 . . . Il se décrit comme un agriculteur chrétien, libertarien, environnementaliste, capitaliste et cinglé. Vous le reconnaîtrez sûrement de son Ted Talk « Cows, Carbon and Climate » or his books « You Can Farm » or « Folks! This Ain’t Normal ». . Nous sommes ravis d’accueillir le seul et l’unique Joel Salatin au Symposium Sols Vivants! Joignez-vous à nous du 28 au 31 mars 2019 à Montréal. Lien dans la bio! 🌿 . . . #regeneration #livingsoils #LSS #holisticlivestock #regenerativeagriculture #togetherwestand #cowsforclimate #carbonfarming #montreal

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A great answer to a commonly asked question 👇 #cellgrazing #regenerativeagriculture #ranching4profit ・・・ Repost from @stemplecreek How does sustainable grazing benefit the environment? “Historic grazing in West Marin — first by native grazers and more recently by livestock — has been shown to help maintain grassland habitat and conserve native plant and animal species. When we talk about sustainability, we mean more than organic or pasture-raised. Sustainable agriculture conserves natural resources, is profitable over the long term and benefits the local community.” ~Jamison Watts, Director, Marin Agricultural Land Trust. #sustainablegrazing #sustainableagriculture #environmentalconservation #conservation #carbonfarming #grassfedbeef

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I've always been intrigued by the idea that grazing animals can survive and thrive on winter forage alone. I've heard from a few people that the winter grass beneath the snow is more nutritious than hay. But of course that begs the question, what grass are we talking about? And what hay? And how deep is the snow? Ulf Kintzel has written some really interesting and nuanced articles for Cornell's Small Farm Program site, which I highly recommend, particularly, "Considerations for Winter Grazing Your Sheep". I'm somewhat dizzied by the number of variables involved in winter forage approaches, from the texture and depth of the snow cover, to the length of the forage at the time of the snow, not to mention keeping water available on the field in frozen temperatures. As farmers, we surely want to give our animals access to consistent, accessible nutrition throughout every season, and hay is a dependable way to do that. At the same time, as we look at the sustainability and impact of our farm, making hay is, by any measure, a resource-intensive process. It's one that I'm nostalgic and emotional about because it's a beloved family tradition—but it also burns a heck of a lot of diesel fuel and requires a collection of high-maintenance heavy equipment. Electric tractors are coming, which is great, but I wonder how many small farmers will be able to afford them. I have to wonder, could we learn new ways to maintain a healthy flock without hay, or with a lot less of it, in the future? I don't know the answer yet, but we'll keep you posted.

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We just launched our 2nd episode of our new podcast Reverberate! In this episode, Adrienne and I talk about how the wool gets from the sheep in California to the mill, Green Mountain Spinnery in Vermont where our yarns Pioneer, Flock, Dawn, and now Ridge are made! We talk about some tough subjects like our carbon footprint. And Adrienne interviews, David, one of the founders of @greenmtnspinnery - which is currently 37 years old and going strong! In this photo, you can see the lifecycle of a skein of our yarn. Check us out on @reverberatepodcast ! #avfkwlookbook #reverberatepodcast

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Evening sheep chores with my three helpers. Ruth can carry the bales, but Leah & Asa roll them down the Pasture. This is leased land and in poor shape. We move the sheep to a new paddock daily with the ease of the Gallagher fence (perimeter fence is flexinet). The kids help spread out the hay on the poorest areas of the Pasture, so what the sheep don't eat will decompose there, adding fertility, topsoil, and new pasture seed. The hoof action of the sheep grouped together presses old plant matter into the soil. #soilforclimate #climatebeneficialfarming #climatebeneficialwool #familyfarming #carbonfarming #carbonsequestering #gallaghersmartfence #carbonsequestration #mainefarm

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Article: Plant Perennials to Nourish Your Garden Year-Round . “When the weather warms up and my dreaming about garden-fresh food turns into full-blown spring planting frenzy, I’m grateful for my perennials.” - @acadia.tucker . Shoutout to @anorganicconversation for sharing this article! We cannot thank them enough for the help they’ve given us. A wonderful organization doing amazing things. . . Link no longer in bio: https://organicconversation.com/plant-perennials/ . . #GrowingFood #Gardening #Farming #ClimateChange #GreenEarth #Regeneration #RegenerativeFarming #CarbonFarming #GardeningTips #GrowingPerennials #HealthyLiving #SavethePlanet

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Growing Perennial Foods by @acadia.tucker will be out early next year! Amazing tips on how to successfully grow food while saving the planet in your own backyard, along with some beautiful illustrations! 🌱🥒🍆🥦🍓🍅🥕🍈🌽✨ Visit stonepierpress.org for more information . . #GrowingFood #Gardening #Farming #ClimateChange #GreenEarth #Regeneration #RegenerativeFarming #CarbonFarming #GardeningTips #GrowingPerennials #PlantBased #HealthyLiving #SavethePlanet #veganrecipes #gardeningbooks #garden

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I spy 2 Eagles in the sky! Blake and I went for a drive on Sunday afternoon like we customarily do, making notes, checking pastures, and looking at all kinds of animals. We checked the back pasture and I was very excited to see both Eagles at their nest. It is amazing how big their nest is where every year they raise their young right behind our house on our dairy farm. I am very lucky and thankful! . . . . #alexandrefamilyfarm #pasturepromise #girlsongrass #organic #greengrass365 #kisstheground #iamamodernfarmer #carbonfarming #regenerative #milk #sustainablefarming #nutrientdense #undeniablydairy #cadairy #oldfashionmilk #beyondorganic #wisetraditions #westonaprice #alexandremilk #A2Milk #Plantparadox

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Happy #worldsoilday ! Healthy Soil = Healthy Food = Healthy People.

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"Demo Workshop: Tillage and Compost in the Vineyard" yesterday with @jacksonfamilywines at Saralee's Vineyard in Healdsburg. Thank you to the 46 vineyard owners, managers and partners for coming out to see the first phase of this exciting soil health demo project and sharing your experiences and insights with us all! 👍🏻🍇 Keep an eye out for additional workshops in this series coming to you in 2019. . . #soilhealth #healthysoilsproject #innovation #carbonfarming #vineyards #grapegrowers #russianriver #sonomacounty #SRCD #conservationatwork

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It is #worldsoilday Building healthy soils on a global scale is the best way to curb down carbon to prevent a catastrophic climate crisis 🌱 I am sharing my favorites go-to organizations that are working on our behalf for a healthier and safer world...please check them out and give them a like or follow to support their efforts 🌱 @kisstheground 🌾 @foodtank 🌾 @berrygoodfoodfdn 🌾 Photo @stefanotermanini

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As you may have heard, this past weekend, we released our first episode of our new podcast Reverberate. This first episode is part of a series which functions as an audio component of our Fall 2018 Lookbook. Our intention was to release it in the beginning of November. But you know - life! 😂 So, here we are! Sally Fox / @vreseis , the person who raises the wool and cotton in our yarn, Pioneer, Flock, and Dawn is our first guest. You can hear her talk about her farm and her ways of raising sheep and growing cotton. Her specialty is naturally-colored cottons! // We hope to release our next episode this Friday! 🤞 We hope you will join us over at @reverberatepodcast ✨✨✨Many of you have listened and we are so grateful. Thank you! 🙏 #reverberatepodcast #avfkwlookbook

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Today is #worldsoilday. You may have noticed that we are pretty sappy for #soil. Our farm builds soil through crop rotation, plant diversity, limiting tillage, and planting cover crops—like this field of #buckwheat. If you haven’t already, we hope that everyone takes a moment today to consider this life-giving being beneath our feet. There’s a whole world down there and it needs our help. And we need it. How do you promote soil health? #thesoilwillsaveus #soilhealth #soilfoodweb #carbonfarming #covercrop #farmerscoveriowa

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These may just look like twigs but they are very special `Jamison’ Mulberry trees that have edible leaves that taste much better than most other varieties. Can’t wait to taste them in the spring! 🍃 Thank you @josh_jamison_plants for the hook up

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THE H E M P TIPPING POINT! Finally the universities of California are getting involved! This was the fist of many events hopefully to come from #thevine . The event brought most of the thought leaders from the entire country together as well as farmers to talk about what #industrialhemp can do for CA and the issues the industry and farmers face when working towards putting this crop into production! 100 People were invited to collaborate on the forward progress....there is plenty of room for everyone in this industry....from particle board, plastic, medicine, fabric for clothing..making energy...this crop can do it all! . . Our goals/focus is to work on development of genetics along with the introduction of new farming practices for farmers that currently use conventional methods.....THE REAL GOAL IS to develop a no till PERMACULTURE system to grow hemp within.... regenerative agriculture is a style .. PERMACULTURE is a way of LIFE! ... . .  Go check out our website www.7GenProducers.Farm Get some #moringa in your life #bethechange #knowledgeispower #soilfoodweb #regenerativeagriculture #permaculture #beyondorganic #worms #geodesicdome #dowhatyoulove #farm365 #superfood #health #govegan #vegan #farming #farmtotable #nutrition #wellness #food #education #farmtofork #carbonfarming #dontstopwontstop @gabeyoutsey @hemproundtable @circularsystems @hemptraders @cal_foodag @vote_hemp @california_hemp_association @carebydesign @drinklumen @evergreenfarmproject

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The same western blue bird couple come back to this house year after year. We love watching their brood grow up. We have put up several more houses so their children can come back to our property and grow their own brood #carbonfarming

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if a primary task for the common folk in an era of ecological restoration is to cover the earth with useful, edible, cooling, soil-building, water-storing, carbon sequestering perennial plantlife, then the folks who lived on this bit of land before us did their civic duty. besides a veritable food forest of diversity that in the last sixty years has been layered over the 1895 apple orchard, the most recent owners had a thing for bamboo. now, while i might not have chosen to live with quite this much bamboo, even i will admit that it is an extraordinarily useful plant. grasses sequester carbon much more efficiently than trees do, handled properly, and the bamboo is one mighty grass. these timber bamboo will appear in a matter of a week, growing a section in a day. all bamboo shoots are edible, and many provide early food, much like the asparagus. in spring our youngest will potter about breaking off shoots, peeling and snapping them up for the ducks and hens. the goats will eat the leaves once their beloved grape leaves and prunings of apple and pear are finished for the autumn. we like bamboo shoots sautéed in butter and garlic. as biomass goes, bamboo produces at an enormous rate, giving us mulch in the summer when we really need dry leaves for the chicken run and the garden. we have stakes of all descriptions and there’s enough material produced by our groves for many islanders to get all they need at our farmstand. we’re learning to bend, split, lash, cure them. one day we might try our hands at bamboo basketry, biochar, carpentry. for now they are sinking carbon for a healthy atmosphere and happy microbiome, shading us in hot summers without need for watering, and giving our flocks safe respite from hawks. this grove is the hens’ chosen spot to await the dinner bell, before they fly up to roost in the henhouse nearby. do you grow or forage fibre plants? what do you make with them?

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Every time I see them, I fall further in love. Hope it’s mutual. So grateful for these two. . . ❤️ . #halfsiblings #wholefamily #ourcommonfuture . ✨🙏🍁 . On a lighter note, love how the @cbcradiocanada @cbcradio news ends their morning broadcast with...”and thus the extinction of much of the natural world is on the horizon”. Wow. Are we paying attention yet? Will these kids have a future?!! What’s your climate action plan? Please don’t say business as usual... . 😐😯😧😳 . . Mine, vote #green , #proportionalrepresentation , #humanrightsnotcorporateinterests and do everything else I possibly can to promote a low-carbon, regenerative future through #carbonfarming @regenerationinternational , @permacultureaction , @herbalistswithoutborders , #locallivingeconomies , #foodsovereignty and #cleanenergy. . . 🌎

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He did it again! California photographer @greggsegal photographed men, woman, and families lying down surrounded by a weeks worth of their own #garbage and #rubbish 😲 This exhibition opens our eyes to our #consumption habits 🤔 Tell me friend how minimize your trash and waste? ☀️ photo @greggsegal

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Fruits are loaded with fiber, water and have significant chewing resistance. Eating whole fruit, it is almost impossible to consume enough fructose to cause harm. Evidence suggests that fructose can cause harm when consumed in excess. However, there is not enough fructose in fruit to cause concern. #Repost @2haveaheart with @get_repost #sustainability #resistoften #fruits #vegetables #climatechange #renewableenergy #waterislife #water #f4f #mothernature #earth #space #oxygen #permaculture #natural #pesticidefree #holistic #soil #microbes #notoxins #noplastic #nongmo #carbonfarming

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Headed out with @tomtenfarm and @senewenglandfibershed all day yesterday and we were able to get to 3 more alpaca farms as part of our carbon farming alpaca cohort. Each farm was so different (visually) from the other in terms of soil and landscape that it will be exciting to see how we can help with keeping more carbon sequestered on each property and what their numbers are for our first soil test! Head to the @senewenglandfibershed bio link to learn more about our @fibershed_ funded project and what we’re up to. Thank you so much to the @woodsholeresearchcenter for the use of their tools 🙏 #fibershed #carbonfarming #climatebeneficialwool #climatebeneficial #climatechange #fiber

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We were able to get to 3 more alpaca farms yesterday as part of our carbon farming alpaca cohort. Each farm was so different (visually) from the other in terms of soil and landscape that it will be exciting to see how we can help with keeping more carbon sequestered on each property and what their numbers are for our first soil test! Head to our bio link to learn more about our @fibershed_ funded project and what we’re up to. Thank you so much to the @woodsholeresearchcenter for the use of their tools 🙏 #fibershed #carbonfarming #climatebeneficialwool #climatebeneficial #climatechange #fiber

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ReVerberate // Episode 1 // Adrienne and Kristine discuss why they’ve started a podcast and an interview with Sally Fox / @vreseis , legendary cotton breeder and shepherd, who provides the wool and cotton used in @avfkw farm yarns Pioneer, Flock, and Dawn. Learn why Sally chose the pathway of organic and biodynamic farming, how she came to raising cotton and wool, and her goals. #reverberatepodcast #averbforkeepingwarm

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Kudos to Guy Raz, champion of entrepreneurs everywhere and host of the podcast, How I Built This, whose wife recently revealed in a New York Times interview with journalist Nellie Bowles that Raz eats ‘carbon-neutral beef’! We were thrilled to be on his podcast recently telling the story of our family ranch business and our journey in carbon farming. Thanks for supporting what we do Guy! Podcast link in our profile (our segment starts at minute 52). #npr #howibuiltthis #guyraz #nyt #carbonneutral #carbonfarming #grassfedbeef #entrepreneur

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Our luxurious and healing goat milk soap make an excellent holiday gift. We have simple gift packages that include both our soaps and lotions. We can through in a skein of yarn for all of the knitters on your guest list. #climatebeneficialskincare #carbonfarming

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Farm Update: With 80 ml of rain yesterday things are looking up. Pasture growth will be good and I will put more photos up in a week. The top photos are from Tuesday afternoon of the creek and an empty dam. The bottom photos from Wednesday. It’s great to see some drinking water (for the cows) coming into summer. Another fall like this in 2 weeks would be unreal. So let’s hope.

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FARMWALK2018 - Basics of Biochar: On-Farm Kiln and Soil Amendment Options - December 8th Please join us at @finnriver with our innovative Farmer hosts on the Olympic Peninsula! Hear a summary of local and international research, as well as a series of on-farm and forestry production methods for converting woody debris into a resource that can increase crop resiliency in a changing climate. Kai Hoffman-Krull - Executive Director of Forage and @wsupuyorg - @wsufoodsystems Extension Faculty and Soil Scientist Extraordinaire will be presenting about their work too! Many thanks to the amazing collection of partners that came together to present this FARMWALK! Francesco Tortorici - Olympic Biochar, @jeffersonlandtrust , WSU Jefferson County Extension, Jefferson County Conservation District, and @tilthalliance #farmwalk2018 #biocharfarmwalk #biochar #wsufoodsystems #tilthalliance #regenerativeag #carbonfarming #climatefarming

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