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  1. 2018-07-12 This video tells the story of Grain Amaranth - its growth and use. In addition, here is alinktoa video, filmed in Uganda in 2010----with testimonials by people living with AIDS. Their testimonials have also been validated by at least one controlled health study in Kenya.  
  2. 2017-03-13 Scientists warn that global fish stocks are on the verge of collapse due to the effects of climate change and overfishing, fueling concerns of increased malnutrition. This not only translates into less fish for human consumption but, ironically, impacts aquaculture as commercial fish feed...  
  3. Session:Africa has the capacity to feed its children affordably and cost effectively if its vast resources are well harnessed and developed bringing and end to the continents constant food shortages and the shameful food handouts from other continents which do not enjoy the same kind of resources...  
  4. Peggy Bradley This is Class 3 in the Micro-gardens Class. It discusses making larger garden containers out of shipping pallets and sheets of black plastic.  
  5. Peggy Bradley A class on using small containers in a micro-garden. This shows using recycled materials to help construct a garden at home  
  6. Peggy Bradley This class shows the organoponics movement in Cuba where 60% of their food is grown this way. Shows how to set up one in your own yard.  
  7. Knowing the correct procedure for saving seed is a valuable skill for small-scale vegetable farmers. Saving seed allows farmers to: save money on inputs maintain local landraces and varieties build a local source of seed in areas lacking access to seed distributors exchange seed with fellow...  
  8. Peggy Bradley This is the fourth class in the Micro-gardens Class. It discusses hydroponic substrates that can replace soil.  
  9. Peggy Bradley Class 5 of the Micro-Gardens Class on using mineral hydroponic nutrient.  
  10. Peggy Bradley This class shows different things that can be used instead of soil to grow plants. It is part of a micro-gardens Class to grow your own food on 100 by 50 foot lot.