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two rivers tells the tale of indigenous tribes defending america's most important rivers from industry

1,500 miles apart, two rivers flow. One alongside rolling hills and blue skies of the North Dakota high plains, the other tumbles past volcanoes, down narrow gorges, and through rugged mountain terrain. Beyond the distance and difference that separates these rivers is a similar story that begins over 500 hundred years ago, with their shared […]

Posted: November 12 2017
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the small farmers journal sends their thanks

Supporting agrarian knowledge one over-sized journal at a time.

Posted: April 19 2017
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get the small farmers journal back on its feet... or, er, presses

Time-honored, totally beloved, the Small Farmers Journal needs and deserves our help.

Posted: March 24 2017
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beautiful new hopeful documentary on solutions to the current eco-crisis

[vimeo 171389901 w=640 h=360] Ryan Wirick, a documentary filmmaker is looking for help supporting and funding his new feature-length documentary, The Need To GROW, a "solution-packed journey into the lives of those working to fix our broken food system in the US. It focuses on SOLUTIONS (activism, permaculture, farmer's markets and many many more), to localize […]

Posted: November 18 2016
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[youtube] Modified is a gorgeous and deeply personal feature-length documentary that delves into the labyrinth of asking why, if they are labelled in 64 other world counties, are genetically modified organisms (GMOs)-- not labeled on food products in Canada and the United States. Film maker Aube Giroux (the mastermind behind Kitchen Vignettes) has entirely self-produced the film […]

Posted: July 12 2016
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hudson estuary bioregional bundle

Over the past 8 months, a group of artists and designers have produced a Bioregional Bundle - an unbound collection of art, writing and ideas contained in a large envelope - titled Reinhabit the Hudson Estuary about living-in-place.(check out the introduction below). We are initiating a Kick Starter campaign seeking $6,650 to print 1,000 copies […]

Posted: April 27 2016
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excelsior farm needs a new greenhouse, give em' a boost!

We currently have two small greenhouses in which we grow more than 15 different crops within the course of the year. We have used them efficiently to grow a lot of good food, but we need more greenhouse space to get farm income up to a sustainable level. The greenhouse we would like to purchase […]

Posted: October 23 2014
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organic, made in the usa workwear

We like this idea. Let's show them some support! Totem Industries on Kickstarter Totem Industries is a small company out of Boulder, CO, with the goal of getting good people into cool and durable clothes at a reasonable cost.  We have been manufacturing clothing domestically since our inception in 2004. We started as a backcountry […]

Posted: September 12 2012
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urban farmers in the northlands

Our friends at Stone's Throw Urban Farm need your support on Kickstarter! Stone's Throw Urban farm is a new vegetable operation formed through the collaboration of three urban farms in the Twin Cities. We transform vacant lots into micro-farms, and run a diversified rotation on about 18 lots around the city. We're taking on new […]

Posted: February 26 2012
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balloon mapping kits on kickstarter

Check out the project HERE. Balloon mapping is sending a camera up on a balloon, snapping photos, and stitching them into a map. Over the past 18 months, we’ve build a global community of mappers who use balloons and kites to take aerial photos, and our browser application MapKnitter to stitch them together.  We've put our experience into a […]

Posted: January 30 2012
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so so close!

Our friends at Farmstead Meatsmith are so close to their Kickstarter goal. You can help them reach the finish line by going to their kickstarter page and donating! [vimeo=]

Posted: August 3 2011