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RE: [pfaf] Re: sustainable global meat production (was 'Plant based diets / 'definition of 'farm' ')

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  • Steph in Montana
    ... this is my first post to this list. I am very interested in the discussions and they have lead me to next world TV... Go through this sight and see what
    Message 1 of 5 , May 3, 2011
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      > Hi Steve,
      > Of course it is possible to keep livestock sustainably but only on a
      > small scale>

      this is my first post to this list. I am very interested in the
      discussions and they have lead me to next world TV... Go through this
      sight and see what small scale sustainable really is! The window gardens
      are fabulous and mine feeds my family of 6 salads every night all winter.
      The LED light upgrade makes it almost free to operate.
      Here is the blirb they send biweekly or more often with the video clip at
      the bottom.
      Best to you all and cheers, Steph in Montana

      Begin forward message"">>>>>>>

      New York is a city notoriously short on space, but rooftop
      farming is on the rise.

      While the practice is currently an environmental rather than
      a financial trend, meet "Bright Farm Systems" a company that
      specializes in providing rooftop farms to schools, non- profits
      and corporations. They are banking on that the cost savings
      will soon be a real incentive.

      This video is one of several in Nextworld TV's new category:
      Urban Initiatives. It spotlights all the inspiring solutions
      coming straight from the belly of the beast: the big cities,
      where food is now growing on rooftops as well as in backyards
      and windows, where bike lanes are expanding, co- ops are
      forming and guerilla gardeners are on the loose!

      Video (2:41)

      http://www.nextworldtv.com/page/1578.html

      This video was produced by VOA

      Bibi Farber
      Nextworldtv
    • Gail Lloyd
      This is really cool.  I did an internship in Germany for a month about 10 years ago and green roofs are all the rage over there.  They re big in Chicago,
      Message 2 of 5 , May 3, 2011
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        This is really cool.  I did an internship in Germany for a month about 10 years ago and green roofs are all the rage over there.  They're big in Chicago, too.
        I think we all need to get back to raising our own fruits, veggies, and small-scale animals (chickens, etc) ... not only would it be healthier, but who knows when transportation,e tc, will break down and we'll have to rely on our own devices.
        Thanks for the website.
        Gail,
        Horticulturist


        From: Steph in Montana <steph@...>
        To: pfaf@yahoogroups.com
        Cc: wilf1946@...
        Sent: Tue, May 3, 2011 8:23:54 AM
        Subject: RE: [pfaf] Re: sustainable global meat production (was 'Plant based diets / 'definition of 'farm' ')

         


        >
        > Hi Steve,
        > Of course it is possible to keep livestock sustainably but only on a
        > small scale>

        this is my first post to this list. I am very interested in the
        discussions and they have lead me to next world TV... Go through this
        sight and see what small scale sustainable really is! The window gardens
        are fabulous and mine feeds my family of 6 salads every night all winter.
        The LED light upgrade makes it almost free to operate.
        Here is the blirb they send biweekly or more often with the video clip at
        the bottom.
        Best to you all and cheers, Steph in Montana

        Begin forward message"">>>>>>>

        New York is a city notoriously short on space, but rooftop
        farming is on the rise.

        While the practice is currently an environmental rather than
        a financial trend, meet "Bright Farm Systems" a company that
        specializes in providing rooftop farms to schools, non- profits
        and corporations. They are banking on that the cost savings
        will soon be a real incentive.

        This video is one of several in Nextworld TV's new category:
        Urban Initiatives. It spotlights all the inspiring solutions
        coming straight from the belly of the beast: the big cities,
        where food is now growing on rooftops as well as in backyards
        and windows, where bike lanes are expanding, co- ops are
        forming and guerilla gardeners are on the loose!

        Video (2:41)

        http://www.nextworldtv.com/page/1578.html

        This video was produced by VOA

        Bibi Farber
        Nextworldtv

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