Month: April 2019

Ep 29: Infinity Hundred Farms – David McConnell

Listen as David McConnell teaches us about Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) and discusses how he juggles being a full-time farmer, artist, record producer, furniture designer and father.

Bio: 
David McConnell is the principal and head grower for Infinity Hundred Farms. He manages the farm’s multiple sites which total over 30 acres, and make Infinity Hundred Farms one of the largest urban farms in the United States. The land and the hydroponic greenhouse located at the non-profit hub Raleigh City Farm in downtown Raleigh, NC is also under David’s purview as Infinity Hundred Farms’ newest site. Infinity Hundred Farms serves the downtown Raleigh restaurants with nutrient dense, high quality produce grown sustainably and free from GMOs and pesticides. The farm’s CSA program runs 4 times annually, corresponding to each growing season, and proudly serves close to 200 members.

David  incorporates farm practices based on permaculture and biodynamics. With seven years of farming now under his belt, he is currently writing a book all the while juggling being a father, artist, record producer, furniture designer and last but not least, a full-time farmer.

 

Social Media:
Website: www.infinityhundred.com
Facebook:  www.facebook.com/infinityhundred
Instagram:  www.instagram.com/infinityhundredfarms/

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Ep 28: Peter Byck – Documentary Filmmaker

Listen as Peter Byck discusses documentary filmmaking, climate change, and his research on how regenerative grazing can improve the environment.

ABOUT PETER:
Peter Byck is a professor of practice at Arizona State University, in both the School of Sustainability and the Cronkite School of Journalism. He is the director, producer and writer of carbon nation. He is currently helping to lead a large research project focused on Adaptive Multi-Paddock (AMP) grazing; collaborating with 20 scientists and 10 ranchers, focused on soil health & soil carbon storage, microbial/bug/bird biodiversity, water cycling and much more. Byck has currently completed a series of 11 short films focused on regenerative grazing: www.soilcarboncowboys.com and is working on a long-form documentary on the AMP grazing research project.

FILMMAKING EXPERIENCE:
Byck has over 25 years experience as a director and editor. His 1st documentary, “Garbage,” won the South by Southwest Film Festival, screened in scores of festivals and played at the Museum of Modern Art and Lincoln Center. Byck’s 2nd documentary, carbon nation, has screened all over the world; it won the IVCA Clarion Award, the GreenMe Global Festival, and was runner-up for the EMA Award. Byck has directed shows for MTV starring Will Smith, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Drew Barrymore, Gwyneth Paltrow & David Duchovny. In addition, he has edited documentaries for Peter Jackson’s “Lord of the Rings” and “King Kong,” as well as documentaries and promotional shorts for Warner Bros., Universal Pictures, 20th Century Fox, MTV, Vh1, BBC, Disney and MGM, including “The West Wing,” “The Matrix,” “Scrubs,” “er” & many more.

Websites:
www.soilcarboncowboys.com
http://www.carbonnationmovie.com/

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