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Late August Organic Garden update – Gardening at Jewel Creek Organic Farm

walking around late August showing how far we have come since starting the gardens in the spring. I address those naysayers who said we could never produce o…

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DINNER AT THE DAIRY – Goat Lady Dairy – Reserve now for 2014

A short video of scenes from our on-farm dining event, DINNER AT THE DAIRY. Reserve your seats now for our spring 2014 season at www.goatladydairy.com.

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Second Year Raised Bed Garden in South Florida Update

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits south florida to visit his friends raised bed garden to see what he planted in his 2nd year of gardening i…

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Community College Teaches Organic Farming along with Competitive Sports

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to the College of Marin to learn more about their 5.8 acre Certified Organic Farm where they…

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Fill and drain hydroponics

My first-ever hydroponics setup.

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Joel Salatin: If it is worth doing, it is woth doing wrong!

Q&A with Joel Salatin @ Polyface Farm day on July 09, 2011.

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Backyard Aquaponics Feb.25 2013 Fort Worth Texas

This is my 4th video of the month of Feb. Last week has been very windy especially at night with upper 30s. This coming week is going to freeze at night. We …

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How To Make A Wine Bottle Light

I turned a discarded cherry base and a pardon tequila bottle…scratch that, old wine bottle, into a bottle light. It warms up the room and is a great use fo…

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How to Can Blackberry Syrup ~ Canning

Here’s how I canned blackberry syrup. It’s real good and can be used on ice cream, pancakes, waffles, etc. My steam juicer is made by Cook N Home and I chose…

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Garden Update #3 – May 30th, 2010 – Raised bed and container vegetable gardening

Husky Cherry Red Tomato – Snow Peas – Italian Basil – Turnips – Radish – Lettuce – Pole Beans purple and kentucky blue – Malabar Spinach and Egyptian – compo…

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