Learn How to Cut Peaches in 2 Minutes

Chef Sita and Earl Herrick of Earl’s Organic Produce explain the difference between “cling” and “freestone” peaches and how to cut them. Originally posted 2019-01-15 12:50:37.

How Safe Is Our Drinking Water, Really?

Governmental agencies are in place to make absolutely sure that we are protected. That we are able to live lives that are healthy, and safe. The drinking water crisis in Flint, Michigan, brought forward a picture that one can adapt…

Don’t Let Your Fresh Produce Go Bad! Here Are Some Tricks

Quite often, good intentions of eating healthy and stocking the fridge with fresh produce can take a wrong turn during the week, as schedules pick up in pace and you don’t have time to make as many dishes as you…

Not Without Us – Official Trailer

Not Without Us follows seven grassroots activists from around the world to the 21st U.N. Climate Talks in Paris. The effects of climate change on their lives reveal what’s at stake if a strong agreement to limit carbon emissions is…

Easy Slow-Cooker Organic Red Wine Brisket

A tender, savory organic red wine brisket recipe made with Frey Vineyards biodynamic red wine and slow cooked to perfection. Be sure to use organic vegetables and grass-fed brisket! Organic Red Wine Brisket Serves 10-12 Ingredients 1 bottle (750 ml)…

Wildland – Official Trailer

Epic and intimate in the same breath, Wildland tells the story of a single wildland firefighting crew as they struggle with fear, loyalty, love, and defeat. What emerges is a story of a small group of working-class men, their exterior…

The Last Italian Cowboys – Official Trailer

Walter Bencini’s beautifully shot documentary, a love song to the Maremma region of Italy, profiles the butteri, or cowboys, who work on one of the last ranches that breeds cattle and horses in the wild. Shot over the changing seasons…

A New Preschool Uses Outdoor Classrooms to Make Education Affordable

Can education be fun, safe, and affordable – even for low-income families? A new preschool is using outdoor classrooms to provide quality education in reading, math, and science; made affordable for families and designed to give children a joyful, nature-rich…

Life Beneath the Surface: How Soil Connects Us

There is a universe beneath our feet – billions of micro-organisms in a teaspoon full of healthy, organic soil. Fungi, earthworms, bacteria, nematodes, and other organisms, arranging themselves in a constantly changing world of death and live, dormancy and decay…

How to Find Inner Balance and Cultivate Happiness in a Chaotic World

It is the blending of knowledge that makes us better, stronger, and hopefully wiser, as people, and as a species. In this episode, we are speaking with an expert about how to work with the mind and body in the…

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