Whirld Wide Wednesday – A Farm For the Future


This wonderful documentary examines how a well established farm that has survived several generations must go back in time to restore and enhance some of the more traditional methods of farming in order to survive the demands of the future.

What I found most striking was the comparison in past pictures of the field’s vast biology to recent times as a result of years of plowing up the soil.

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