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Here are the latest updates to the OP.

Martin Crawford́s Forest Garden - “A walk through Martin Crawford́s beautiful forest garden, a model for resilient, local food growing.” (The trailer for A Forest Garden Year dvd may be found on the OP. I’m not sure if this clip is from the dvd.)

FOOD CURATED: A Farm Grows in Brooklyn...on a Rooftop! - “Meet Ben Flanner and Annie Novak, the farmers who founded the project, and see for yourselves the optimistic future for urban farming. NYC's skyline has never looked this cool.”

FOOD CURATED: The Brooklyn Grange: NYC's Newest & Biggest Rooftop Farm - Ben Flanner's 40,000 square foot rooftop farm.

FOOD CURATED: NYC's Cool New Backyard Farms: Growing More Than Just Produce - “Urban NYC farmers have set their eyes on a new prize: transforming privately owned backyards into lush, fruitful farmlands.

By signing up to share your yard with a urban farmer, you can eat fresh from your own personal farm during the harvest months, and even sell produce to your neighbors - growing a community built around fresh local food. The best part is, you don't even have to lift a finger, BK Farmyards does all the farming for you.”

Permaculture Soils DVD Trailer - Geoff Lawton's Permaculture Soils DVD

Geoff Lawton on Aquaculture - “Planting a brand new dam at Geoff Lawton's demonstration site, The Permaculture Research Institute Australia (PRI)”

Toxins in Compost Geoff Lawton Permaculture

Small Scale and Urban Food Production - Geoff Lawton

Permaculture Examined by SBS - “Australia's Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) recently visited the Permaculture Research Institute in Australia to check out the work of Geoff Lawton at Zaytuna Farm.”

Swales in Landscape - “Rob Avis, of Canada-based Verge Permaculture, explains how swales at the Permaculture Research Institute of Australia work to re-hydrate the landscape and re-charge aquifers.”

Urban Permaculture in Clacton-on-Sea - A short tour of Chris Southall’s property with greywater system, solar heating, chickens, and bees in Essex, Great Britain.

Innovation Bears Fruit for Family Farm - “Peak Moment 162: Tour the century-old organic Chaffin Family Orchards where even the animals are "farm hands." Visit chickens in their egg-mobile, scratching for bugs and pooping fertilizer in the heirloom stone-fruit orchards. Goats chomp off low branches from the olive trees, so no fuel or human labor is needed. This certified predator-friendly enterprise includes 200 acres of olive trees plus various fruit and nut trees; sheep, goats, broiler and egg-laying chickens. They distribute only locally through fruit and meat CSAs (community-supported agriculture), growers markets and a farmstand, providing fresh foods that burst with flavor and nuance.”

Four Acres and Independence - A Self-Sufficient Farmstead - Peak Moment 168: “Mark Cooper’s self-sufficient small farm . Take a tour, accompanied by curious sheep and geese, of Mark Cooper's self-sufficient small farm. Over several years, he transformed a rundown house and hillsides of berry brambles into pasture and gardens where he produces and preserves most of his family's food. Visit the Goose Grotto in a constructed pond, a heritage fruit tree orchard, logs producing shiitake mushrooms, and a cheap-and-easy container kitchen garden. Mark gives us a closeup view of the solar dehydrator he constructed from salvaged materials - and his tips on food drying. He has husbanded up to fifty animals at a time, including two Tibetan yaks!”

Happy Earth features on Triple J Hack Half Hour TV Show - Happy Earth adventures in urban sustainability. Wollongong, Australia

Urban Agriculture in Atlanta - “A video survey of urban agriculture and community gardening in Atlanta. This story was featured on "This is Atlanta with Alicia Steele," a Telly Award-winning and Emmy-nominated magazine show on PBA, Atlanta's PBS Station.”