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630.68 W
311 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Growing a farm -- Strategic planning -- Farm infrastructure, labor, and energy -- Markets and marketing -- Business management for the farm -- Managing the whole farm ecosystem -- Entrepreneurship, family business dynamics, and managing risk.
"Whole Farm Management is a comprehensive guide developed by the Small Farms Program at Oregon State University to help aspiring and beginner farmers make smart, strategic business decisions to ensure lasting success"-- Provided by publisher.
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Stephenson, Garry Owen, editor.
Andrews, Nick, author.
Chaney, David, author.
Fery, Melissa, author.
Garrett, Amy, author.
Gwin, Lauren, author.
Matthewson, Melissa, author.
Murray, Tanya, author.
Noordijk, Heidi, author.
Noxel, Sherri, author.
Powell, Maud, author.
9781635860740 (paperback)
1635860741 (paperback)
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630 L
343 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm.
text rdacontent.
unmediated rdamedia.
volume rdacarrier.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
A call to farm; a farm history of women -- Learning about farming; internships, classes, resources, neighbors, and associations -- Finding a farm; buying, leasing, and inheriting -- The healthy farmer; keeping your mind, body, and spirit safe, healthy, and happy -- Getting to know your farm from house to field -- Tools and techniques -- Growing on the farm -- Farm animals -- The farm as a business -- Farm education and farm schooling.
Presents advice for women on how to manage a farm, discussing internships, buying or leasing a farm, tools, animals, planting techniques, sources of funding, and best business practices.
9781581572414 (pbk.)
1581572417 (pbk.)
1 streaming video file (60 min.) : sd., col.
Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on July 31, 2014.
Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
Part of the series The Green Interview.
Meet Alexandra Morton (0:42) -- Non-human Communication (2:25) -- Morton's Coastal Habitat (4:13) -- Wild Salmon are the Power Cord of the Coastline (3:22) -- Failure to Recognize Earth's Big Machines (4:10) -- Fish are Commodities (3:02) -- Salmon Expert (2:53) -- Ecology of Government (2:10) -- CBC Interview (4:33) -- Fisheries and Oceans, Canada (3:51) -- Blinded to Interdependence? (3:58) -- Bureaucratic Complacency? (5:10) -- Unleashing Engineers and Biologists (2:16) -- Forming New Bonds (3:23) -- Aquaculture is Not the Problem? (4:30) -- Frasier River Sockeye (2:26) -- Putting Fish into Perspective (1:58) -- Restoring Fish Populations (4:10) -- Green Interview (0:13) -- Credits: Why Salmon Are Sacred: Alexandra Morton (0:13)
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This episode of The Green Interview features Alexandra Morton, a citizen scientist who has worked as an outspoken advocate for conserving and protecting marine species on Canada's west coast. In 2009, Morton launched and won a legal challenge in the British Columbia Supreme Court that forced the provincial government to hand over fish-farm management to the federal government. In 2011, she took the stand at an inquiry to investigate the 2009 collapse of the Fraser River sockeye runs. Morton links the collapse and the overall degradation of the wild stocks to diseases being spread by the salmon farms located along, and in very close proximity to, the migration route of the wild stocks.
9 & up.
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Films for the Humanities (Firm)
Films Media Group.
Paper Tiger Television Collective (Firm)
Alexandra Morton
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