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McMaster Life Sci 3D03 “Team Awesome” interviews Abra Snider of Fresh City Farms to learn more about local organic agriculture in the City of Toronto. Edited… Step back into the past on Muckross Traditional Farms and visit a very different Ireland — the Ireland of the 1930s and 1940s. Then, a trip to the well was … Video Rating: 4 / 5 Related PostsUS city adopts eco-friendly ‘vertical farming’Toronto Public Health: Toward a Healthy CityHow Vertical Farms Bring Fresh Food To Booming CitiesIndoor, Hi-Tech Farm Means Daily Fresh Produce for Big CityKentucky Agriculture: Our Farms, Our Food, Our FutureGreenhouse commercial Nature Fresh Farms Leamington

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9 Comments

  • Vincent Jelani 2 years ago

    See how #Organic #Agriculture is still obtainable in urban environments
    such as Toronto https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXKFvfG1c58?

  • Musa Zakariyyah 2 years ago

    i am an organic farmer and teacher in African,my dream is to experience
    organic agriculture with mechanization in the city,i will like to
    volunteer/work for more experience? or how can i connect you guys??

  • Brady Green 2 years ago

    I love this idea! Nice banana plant in the last frame, is it a cold hardy
    musa basjoo??

  • HARDTIMES4USA 2 years ago

    i listened to your video, what if i were to tell you, you were missing out
    on a major source of nitrous oxide? About to go public with this it’s
    going to be a whopper!! farmers are going to love me thank you?

  • lumpaulfrannypaddy 2 years ago

    Brilliant. How funny is the old guy walkin about playin the violin at 1min
    43 seconds?

  • Robi Szasz 2 years ago

    Is very very good :)?

  • Sean Dwyer 2 years ago

    The Ireland of my childhood, standing on a chair to pump the ’tilly’ hung
    up in the ceiling of my pals house just because I loved doing it when
    visiting! The soda-bread cooking in the pig-pot over an open fire, carrying
    water from the yard spring to make the most delicious tasting pots of tea,
    the hum of conversation late into the night, to the accompaniment of the
    hissing tilly lamp, and the quiet flames of their turf fire…all now just
    ghosts in a silent past of long ago……. ?

  • cekinxxx 2 years ago

    superb

  • witseen 2 years ago

    simply awesome, good enough to take me to the childhood days when i used to
    plow using the ox