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Lynne Strong on Natural Resource Management & Farm Productivity
 
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Our Natural Systems Officers at MidCoast Council caught up with entrepreneurial Australian dairy farmer Lynne Strong to chat about how Natural Resource Management techniques can be used by farmers in to increase farm productivity whilst adhering to environmental best practices.
Views: 131 MidCoast Council
Are Farm Products Natural Resources?
 
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Food from agriculture is not a natural resource, but is created by farmers.
Views: 88 Steve Goreham
Life Is Good : Sustainable Living (National Geographic Documentary)
 
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Life Is Good : Sustainable Living (National Geographic Documentary) Sustainable living is a lifestyle that attempts to reduce an individual's or society's use of the Earth's natural resources and personal resources. Practitioners of sustainable living often attempt to reduce their carbon footprint by altering methods of transportation, energy consumption, and diet. Proponents of sustainable living aim to conduct their lives in ways that are consistent with sustainability, in natural balance and respectful of humanity's symbiotic relationship with the Earth's natural ecology and cycles. The practice and general philosophy of ecological living is highly interrelated with the overall principles of sustainable development. Lester R. Brown, a prominent environmentalist and founder of the Worldwatch Institute and Earth Policy Institute, describes sustainable living in the twenty-first century as "shifting to a renewable energy–based, reuse/recycle economy with a diversified transport system." In addition to this philosophy, practical eco-village builders like Living Villages maintain that the shift to renewable technologies will only be successful if the resultant built environment is attractive to a local culture and can be maintained and adapted as necessary over the generations. Read more : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sustainable_living May you find this video informative and be thrilled to subscribe for more. Thanks for watching!
Views: 633499 Health is Wealth
2J Farms-This Farm CARES
 
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Chuck and Peggy Johnston own and operate 2J Farms in Sarasota County, Fla. where they raise cattle in a way that protects and preserves our natural resources. Find out more about Florida's farmers and how they CARE for our natural resources at thisfarmcares.org.
Views: 2015 FlaFarmBureau
Farm pond for fish farming without plastic sheet natural water source
 
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Farm pond for fish farming with 140ft x 80 ft with no plastic sheet inserted. Natural water resource. 25 ft dept.
Views: 413 DHANRAJ AGRO FARMS
DAUNTLESS GUIDE  | How To Farm Resources Effectively - double the amount
 
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Views: 14690 DADEFUYE MEDIA
Making an INCOME from our ONE ACRE FARM (& living DEBT-FREE!)
 
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NRCS Chief Tours Georgia Farms
 
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The State of Georgia played host to a special visitor recently, as the chief of the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), Matt Lohr, spent the day with USDA and NRCS employees. Lohr got to go on a farm tour where he saw everything from row crop operations to a dairy facility.
Views: 76 Farm Monitor
Farming in Manitoba
 
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Manitoba has some of the most fertile soil in the world but farmers still have to be attentive to their crops. They work long hours during their limited growing season with hopes of great harvest. Here's a segment from Prairie Public's Documentary series "Built On Agriculture". Production funding provided by the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund and by the members of Prairie Public. About the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund In 2008, Minnesota voters passed a landmark piece of legislation — the Minnesota Clean Water, Land, and Legacy Amendment — which provided funding to public television stations serving audiences in Minnesota. Its mission is to help preserve and document the treasures of culture, history, and heritage that make Minnesota special, and to increase access to the natural and cultural resources we all share.
Views: 109740 Prairie Public
Introduction to Agricultural & Natural Resource Economics & Farm Management (Lecture-3rd): …
 
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CEC 10: Applied Sciences (Physical & Basic Sciences)Managed By UGC /CEC,DELHI
Farm Nation - Pig Farmers & Environmental Sustainability
 
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U.S. pig farmers are committed to safeguarding natural resources. As farmers, their livelihoods are tied to the land, and they understand their responsibility to protect the environment. Respect for the Earth and its natural resources is part of our nation's agricultural heritage — and they are dedicated to preserving that legacy. Long-term efforts are helping farmers raise more pork using fewer natural resources than ever before. They are also using new technologies to make their farms more sustainable.
Views: 2986 PorkCheckoff
Cutting Edge Lectures: Smart Technologies for Agriculture and Natural Resource Management.
 
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Join us at Redpath Museum for a lecture by Dr. Viacheslav I. Adamchuk on Smart Technologies for Agriculture and Natural Resource Management.
Views: 148 TVMTelevision
Griffis Tree Farm using Smart Pots
 
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We travel to Norman, Oklahoma to see how Griffis Tree Farm uses Smart Pots to grow healthy trees for their customers. You can visit Griffis Tree Farm at: griffistreefarm.com or call 405-329-0019 8.5 miles east of Norman on Alameda Questions? To find out more information about show topics as well as recipes, articles, videos, fact sheets and other resources, including the directory of local Extension Offices, be sure to visit our website. http://oklahomagardening.okstate.edu/ You can also find us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/oklahomagardening/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/okgardening @okgardening Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oklahomagardening/ Oklahoma Gardening is a production of the Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at Oklahoma State University and is produced by the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture and Agricultural Communications Services. All products featured on this program are for demonstration purposes only. No commercial endorsement is intended.
Views: 245 OklahomaGardening
Beauties Of Our Farm | Natural Resources |  People And Places | ڈیرے دی رونق | Butterfly | Flowers
 
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Beauties Of Our Farm | Natural resources | People And Places | Tube Well | Butterfly | Flowers | Village Farm House | Hafiz Zahid Hanif ڈیرے کی رونقیں | ڈیرے دیاں رونقاں
Kansas Farm Bureau 2007 Natural Resources award winners
 
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Greg & Melinda Sinn of Riley County were recognized for their outstanding contributions to conservation and stewardship of the land when they were awarded the 2007 Kansas Farm Bureau Natural Resources Award. The Sinns were honored during Kansas Farm Bureau's 89th annual meeting in Manhattan, Nov. 9-10, 2007. In the late '80s, the Sinns were one of the first farmers in their area to implement no-till planting, on their operation north of Keats. They started no-till farming as a way to conserve time and transportation of farm equipment between two farms. They soon realized other benefits. Throughout the years Greg has seen the soil return to a healthier, more productive state. Today, their cropping operation is 100 percent no-till. The Sinns also manage a small cattle herd and a farrow-to-finish hog operation. Manure and liquid waste from the hog operation is spread on the crop and grazing land for fertilizer and enhanced organic matter. Greg's newest approach for winter cattle grazing is rotating wheat, turnips and sudan grass in grazing fields. The combination of sudan grass and turnip/wheat has lead to healthier cattle and provides more forage in pasture-scarce areas. The KFB Natural Resources Award recipient is selected from a group of ten Kansas Farm Bureau members, each of whom have received recognition for their commitment to environmental protection and natural resources conservation within their geographic KFB district.
Views: 2996 Kansas Farm Bureau
Kansas Farm Bureau 2005 Natural Resources award winner
 
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A Saline County farm family has been honored for its commitment to environmental and natural resources protection and conservation. Jerry and Karlene Knopf, sons Justin, Jeff, and daughter-in-law, Rachel, were selected as recipients of the Kansas Farm Bureau Natural Resources Award for 2005. This award was created in 2002, to recognize outstanding individuals who undertake and implement management practices that provide environmental protection and conserve and enhance natural resources. The award was presented to the Knopf family at the KFB annual meeting, Nov. 11, 2005, in Manhattan. Located near Gypsum, Kansas, Knopf Farms consists of alfalfa, wheat, grain sorghum, soybeans and corn. The Knopfs began experimenting with no-till farming eight years ago and today their entire operation is no-till. Since becoming 100 percent no-till, the Knopfs have experienced decreased water runoff and increased water infiltration on their croplands. They utilize their own field sprayer, crop rotation and the Conservation Reserve Program in addition to no-till as a management tools for their operation. The KFB Natural Resources Award recipient is selected from a group of ten Kansas Farm Bureau members, each of whom have received recognition for their commitment to environmental protection and natural resources conservation within their geographic KFB district.
Views: 9211 Kansas Farm Bureau
Michigan Department of Natural Resources vs SMALL Mangalista  HOG FARM part2
 
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Mark talks about the Michigan Department of Natural Resources makes it illegal for Mark to raise his Mangalista pigs under declatory ruling calling Mangalista heritage hogs an invasive species and the impact on small scale hog producers.
Views: 21879 bakersgreenacres
Promoting High-Quality Conservation on Organic Farms
 
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Ask an Ag Expert! Free advice from NCAT/ATTRA’s sustainable agriculture specialists. Call 800-346-9140 (English) or 800-411-3222 (Spanish); email [email protected] or visit the ATTRA website at www.attra.ncat.org. Organic farmers and ranchers conserve biodiversity and natural resources because their agricultural production systems depend upon healthy ecosystems. In this webinar, conservation professionals and landowners can learn how Natural Resources Conservation Service conservation practices and enhancements can provide high-value production and biodiversity benefits while at the same time aiding producers in obtaining or maintaining their USDA organic status. The webinar’s presenters are Jo Ann Baumgartner, director of the Wild Farm Alliance, and Harriet Behan, an organic specialist with Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service.
Views: 962 NCATATTRA
Maui Farm Promotes Biodiversity and Works to Protect our Natural Resources
 
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Maui Farm Promotes Biodiversity and Works to Protect our Natural Resources
Views: 162 KHON2 News
Inside the farm: a Florverde® certified farm and its natural resources
 
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In this chapter of Inside the farm we know how Colombian flower workers learn about how important natural resources are to massive flower production and how it helps to get better recycled rainwater quality to feed their crops. www.florverde.org
Michigan Department of Natural Resources vs. small hog farms part1
 
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Mark talks about the Michigan DNR's declatory ruling calling heritage hogs an invasive species and the impact on small scale hog producers.
Views: 11692 bakersgreenacres
Michigan Department of Natural Resources vs SMALL HOG FARM part3
 
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Mark talks about the Michigan Department of Natural Resources declatory ruling calling heritage hogs an invasive species and the impact on small scale hog producers.
Views: 11732 bakersgreenacres
Preserving Natural Resources at Frasier Farms Ranch
 
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Frasier Farms Ranch cares for Colorados natural resources
Views: 737 BeefPasturetoPlate
IMO #3 with Chris Trump. Natural Farming on our farm.
 
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LEARN ALL ABOUT IMO3 WITH CHRIS TRUMP// IMO IS THE MOST IMPORTANT INPUT IN NATURAL FARMING Download my FREE IMO Solution Supply & Resource Guide here: https://naturalfarming.co/imo/ To learn more about Natural Farming check out: https://naturalfarming.co/ Subscribe to Chris Trump's YouTube channel for more Natural Farming tips and tricks. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCus0ZO165qzh6KPlULSzs4w Say hi on Social Media: Instagram: http://instagram.com/soilsteward Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/naturalfarmingco Support Chris @ patreon.com/christrump About This Video: In this video, Chris Trump from NaturalFarming.co teaches you how to create IMO3. This video will show how IMO #3 ( indigenous microorganism 3rd step) is made in preparation for making liquid IMO. This will be the first of many videos showing how I scaled NF for a large farm. Chris Trump is an expert in Natural Farming. Chris teaches Natural Farming worldwide and creates resources to equip farmers and gardeners on how to increase crop and livestock performance through sustainability, all while decreasing costs. Be part of the Natural Farming movement to increase awareness of the global food crisis and how to combat it. https://naturalfarming.co/mission/ #Christrump #soilsmith #naturalfarming #KNF #IMO #IMO3
Views: 22195 Chris Trump
California Farm Demonstration Network is formed on May 5, 2017
 
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The University of California's Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, the UC Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, the California Association of Resource Conservation Districts, the California Department of Food and Agriculture, the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, and the California Farm Bureau Federation signed a memorandum of understanding creating the California Farm Demonstration Network. "Now the work really begins," said UC Cooperative Extension specialist Jeff Mitchell. Learn more here: http://ucanr.edu/cfdn
Views: 345 UCANR
Natural Farming | A Model of Integrate Agricultural Farm
 
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subscribe us https://goo.gl/qQgur9 Shivaprasad,A natural farming consultant,has adopted the Integrated Farming System approach to stabilise income streams through natural resource management and livelihood diversification.He is growing different crop verities such as Beans,Corn,Brinjal,Bottle Guard,Banana,Mary Gold,Paddy and many more leafy vegetables in a small portion of land in Muchhintal,Hyderabad,provides a steady and stable income rejuvenation.
Views: 105642 Natures Voice
Kansas Farm Bureau 2006 Natural Resources award winners
 
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Jay and Stacey Carswell of Osborne County were recognized for their outstanding contributions to conservation and stewardship of the land when they were awarded the 2006 Kansas Farm Bureau Natural Resources Award. The Carswells received their award during Kansas Farm Bureau's 88th annual meeting in Manhattan, Nov. 17-18, 2006. The Carswells operate a diversified livestock and cropping operation consisting of cattle, sheep, swine, wheat, milo, soybeans and alfalfa. Their cropping operation is 100 percent no-till. The Carswells say that since implementing a no-till system, they rely on soil sampling to determine fertility needs and have seen a reduced need for using other chemicals. The Carswells livestock operation includes a rotational grazing system, as well as cross fencing and water tanks to widen the distribution of livestock in their pastures. Jay and Stacey have also installed buffer and filter strips along creeks adjacent to their cattle feeding pens in order to protect water resources. The couple has worked closely with the Natural Resources Conservation Service and utilized several of its programs while implementing conservation on their farm and ranch. The KFB Natural Resources Award recipient is selected from a group of ten Kansas Farm Bureau members, each of whom have received recognition for their commitment to environmental protection and natural resources conservation within their geographic KFB district.
Views: 1887 Kansas Farm Bureau
Guettermans receive Kansas Farm Bureau's 2018 Natural Resources Award
 
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Ted and Lisa Guetterman, both of Miami and Johnson counties, received the Kansas Farm Bureau Natural Resources Award during the 100th annual meeting on Mon., Dec. 3.
Views: 49 Kansas Farm Bureau
Independence Valley Farm & Ranch | Nevada
 
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Link to Listing Page: https://www.outdoorpropertiesofnevada.com/property/independence-valley-farm-ranch Located in Northeast Nevada, the Independence Valley Farm & Ranch (IVF&R) is a spectacular property with endless natural resources. Currently operating as a farm and cattle ranch, it includes over 47,700 deeded acres with an adjacent BLM grazing allotment of more than 100,000 acres. This property has incredible potential for development of oil, gold, and geothermal opportunities, in addition to it’s farming and ranching operations. The expansive vistas of high mountain basins, covered in an abundance of wheat grass, and seemingly endless landscape best describe this property as immense. Produced by: Drone Cowboys Cinema | www.DroneCowboys.com
Views: 7244 CAOutdoorProperties
Healthy soils, healthy farms
 
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Indiana farmer Dan DeSutter discusses positive outcomes from his conservation practices. NRCS Agronomist Ray Archuleta advises farmers on three basic actions to improve soil health. Learn more: http://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/main/national/soils/health/
Views: 10683 TheUSDANRCS
How the NRCS Helped a Virginia Farm Improve Water Quality
 
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It’s a big job to manage land and water resources on a cattle operation, especially as these commodities become more limited and valuable. We'll show you how the Natural Resource Conservation Service helped a Virginia farmer develop a system to improve water quality in his community, while also increasing his beef production through better forages. Go to this website for more information: www.NRCS.USDA.gov
Farm Safety: Grain
 
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Steve Engleking, agriculture and natural resources educator, Purdue Extension — LaGrange County, addresses safety issues related to grain bin storage and transport, and gives us measures we can take to avoid grain entrapment and engulfment.
Views: 34 ParkviewHealth
Kansas Farm Bureau Natural Resources 2008 award
 
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John and Amy Bradley of Douglas County were recognized for their outstanding contributions to conservation and stewardship of the land when they were awarded the 2008 Kansas Farm Bureau Natural Resources Award. The Bradleys have a small registered Hereford herd just south of Lawrence. They have adopted several water quality protection practices. An in-ground, frost-free livestock waterer was installed below a pond dam to provide high quality water year-round; a hard surfaced bale feeding pad was installed for the winter feeding and calving area; and a solar powered, submersible water pump is used to provide a water source out of the creek and distribute to the cows across the pastures.
Views: 3762 Kansas Farm Bureau
Introduction to Agricultural & Natural Resource Economics & Farm Management (Lecture-2nd): …
 
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CEC 10: Applied Sciences (Physical & Basic Sciences)Managed By UGC /CEC,DELHI
Cities Skylines xbox one edition  How do i farm? and make and forest districts? answered
 
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Please watch: "Got into the Top 5 Global rankings! Micro Machines World Series ranked online play match xbox one" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HU4KIX4wtPE -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Cities Skylines How to use farming and forest industry districts in xbox one edition.
Views: 17301 Billy wizz
University of Minnesota Crookston Majors in Agriculture and Natural Resources
 
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A 30 second video showcasing the majors available through the Agriculture and Natural Resources Department at the University of Minnesota Crookston. Small class sizes, good placement stats, and personalized attention for students also characterize the Crookston campus. Earn your prestigious University of Minnesota degree on a small, friendly campus. This spot was produced for the U of M Crookston by SimmonsFlint. The officially licensed music is entitled "All the Little Things" by Ben Cocks. Visit the campus today! The U of M Crookston offers ten different majors (and several additional concentration or emphasis areas within those majors) through its Agriculture and Natural Resources Department: - Agricultural Business - Agricultural Education - Agricultural Systems Management - Agronomy - Animal Science (pre-vet option available) - Aviation - Equine Science - Golf and Turf Management - Horticulture - Natural Resources
Views: 28779 UofMCrookston
Introduction to Agricultural & Natural Resource Economics & Farm Management (Lecture-6th) …
 
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CEC 10: Applied Sciences (Physical & Basic Sciences)Managed By UGC /CEC,DELHI
Why Choose Agriculture -- Department of Natural Resources & Environmental Design
 
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Jason Shelton - Department of Natural Resources & Environmental Design
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The Kayhart Farm with Brian and Cindy Kayhart
 
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Brian and Cindy farm along the Otter Creek in New Haven, Vermont. They have worked closely with NRCS to install conservation practices that protect and improve soil and water health including a concrete barnyard, manure pit, and also transitioned to pasture and rotational grazing.
Scratching the Surface: Soil biology in agriculture, March 2017 - Joel Salatin
 
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Polyface farm Principles and strategies to create symbiosis and synergism, the presentation covers the nuts and bolts of pasture-based, beyond-organic regenerative farming.
2019 Recurring Request #2: Critical Agricultural and Natural Resources Research - $1.54M
 
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Scientists at Clemson’s six Research and Education Centers (RECs) are driven to keep South Carolina farmers competitive on a national and global scale through research critical to maintaining economically viable and competitive crop production. Maintaining this core expertise requires research support, including a cohort of crop research technicians, to serve as a continuous base for successful applications for research grants and contracts with the USDA, state commodity boards, Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Energy and many other key groups. The requested funds will be used to hire scientific personnel required to support research in areas essential to the continued competitiveness of South Carolina farmers. These areas include: agricultural systems modeling; agricultural technology transfer; saline agriculture; silvopasture; enhanced crops; and industrial hemp. Transcript: (piano music) Immediately from retiring from Duke Energy and deciding to get into the cattle business, literally the first people I called were the people at Clemson Extension Service. Many Clemson people are very knowledgeable in some specific areas which I could never take the time to study and learn that much. But if they understand my operation, they can help me apply the bottom line technology to what I'm doing to make me more effective and more profitable. We've been able to carry our operation from roughly 140 females to almost, well probably, 200 females. That's a lot of money for the same land. (Graphic appears on screen with b-roll of Extension employees working. It reads: Critical Agricultural and Natural Resources Research $1.54M. Clemson PSA is requesting funds to support scientists driven to keep South Carolina farmers competitive on a national and global scale through research critical to maintaining economically viable and competitive crop production. Invest in Clemson. Top Quality Education. Prepared Work Force. A Strong Economy. For a strong South Carolina.)
Introduction to Agricultural & Natural Resource Economics & Farm Management (Lecture-1st): …
 
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CEC 10: Applied Sciences (Physical & Basic Sciences)Managed By UGC /CEC,DELHI
Doniphan County family receives Kansas Farm Bureau Natural Resources Award
 
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Matt and Stephanie Symns of Doniphan County received Kansas Farm Bureau's Natural Resources Award for 2014. This award goes to the farm family who exemplifies good land stewardship.
Views: 47 Kansas Farm Bureau
2018 OSU Ag Sciences & Natural Resources Holiday Greeting
 
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Season’s Greetings from all of us at the College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources, the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service and the Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station.
Views: 1022 OkStateDASNR
Introduction to Agricultural & Natural Resource Economics & Farm Management (Lecture-7th) …
 
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CEC 10: Applied Sciences (Physical & Basic Sciences)Managed By UGC /CEC,DELHI
Holly & JP Heber Talk Healthy Soil on their South Dakota Farm
 
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Holly & JP Heber Talk Healthy Soil on their South Dakota Farm For help in managing your grassland or cropland resources, contact your local conservation district, the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service or the National Grazinglands Coalition. Many additional entities have technical or financial assistance available for implementing conservation improvements to working agricultural lands. This video presentation is sponsored by the National Grazing Lands Coalition, the South Dakota Grasslands Coalition and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service serving South Dakota. The content was developed in cooperation with the South Dakota Grasslands Coalition and an NRCS Conservation Innovation Grant “Utilizing Outreach & Grazing to Improve Conservation and Soil Health” with the National Grazing Lands Coalition. Special thank you to the South Dakota Voices for Soil Health/Earth Team network of the Natural Resources Conservation Service South Dakota. USDA is an Equal Opportunity Provider, Employer and Lender.
Environmental Stewardship - Greenview Farms
 
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The 2009 Environmental Stewardship Region II Award Winner - Greenview Farms Inc., of Screven, GA., is a 2009 Environmental Stewardship Award winner. Representing NCBA Region II, the Southeast, the family was recognized at the 2009 Cattle Industry Summer Conference for their dedication and commitment to preserving natural resources. To that effort, the Harris have implemented a number of practices aimed at protecting and improving the land upon which they make a living. These include: Practice crop rotation followed by plantings of nitrogen-building legumes such as lupine and runner peanuts since the 1940s. Participate in the Environmental Quality Incentives Program practice and include a manure storage facility, heavy use area protection, fencing wetlands, pasture and hay planting, wells for livestock water, conservation tillage, and thinning and prescribe burning pine stands to promote forest health and improve wildlife habitat. Implemented prescribed burning through the Southern Pine Beetle Initiative and funding for preparation of a Forest Stewardship Plan through the Forest Stewardship Program. Planted field borders and riparian zones with trees and grass to reduce soil erosion. Planted longleaf pine, part of a declining ecosystem that is often associated with many endangered plant and animal species.
Profiles in Soil Health: Cycle Farm, Spearfish, SD
 
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South Dakota Soil Story: Cycle Farm, Spearfish, SD | https://cyclefarm.net/ Cycle Farm is a small, diversified mixed vegetable farm located in the heart of Spearfish Valley, in the northern Black Hills of South Dakota. They grow over 40 different crop types and focus their farm management for healthy, resilient soil. This Soil Health Story, Cycle Farm (04:37), is one of six feature videos produced during 2017 through an agreement of the SD Soil Health Coalition with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. Soils Stories are Sharing the Success Stories of Agricultural Producers: ∙ South Dakota’s Conservation Districts ∙ South Dakota Soil Health Coalition ∙ United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service USDA is an Equal Opportunity Provider, Employer and Lender.
Chris Trump IMO 1&2 on our farm
 
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LEARN ALL ABOUT IMO1 &2 WITH A TOUR OF CHRIS TRUMP'S FARM// IMO IS THE MOST IMPORTANT INPUT IN NATURAL FARMING Download my FREE IMO Solution Supply & Resource Guide here: https://naturalfarming.co/imo/ To learn more about Natural Farming check out: https://naturalfarming.co/ Subscribe to Chris Trump's YouTube channel for more Natural Farming tips and tricks. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCus0ZO165qzh6KPlULSzs4w Say hi on Social Media: Instagram: http://instagram.com/soilsteward Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/naturalfarmingco Support Chris @ patreon.com/christrump About This Video: In this video, Chris Trump from NaturalFarming.co explains how his farm uses IMO1 & IMO2. This is not a 'how to' video. This video is just a ride along with me while Shane and I collect the indigenous inoculum for our orchard nutrition program. We use Korean Natural farming methods to accomplish this. The place we collect microbes from is an area that has been mostly undisturbed for an unknown period of time and has been tested and found to have extremely diverse microbial populations. Chris Trump is an expert in Natural Farming. Chris teaches Natural Farming worldwide and creates resources to equip farmers and gardeners on how to increase crop and livestock performance through sustainability, all while decreasing costs. Be part of the Natural Farming movement to increase awareness of the global food crisis and how to combat it. https://naturalfarming.co/mission/ #Christrump #soilsmith #naturalfarming #KNF #IMO #IMO1
Views: 16353 Chris Trump