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On this shrunken globe

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by video-production 2 years ago
in Cool Quotes
On this shrunken globe, men can no longer live as strangers. - Adlai Stevenson
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He has a right to criticize

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by video-production 2 years ago
in Cool Quotes
He has a right to criticize, who has a heart to help. - Abraham Lincoln
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Nature does not hurry

Nature does not hurry

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by video-production 2 years ago
in Cool Quotes
Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished. - Lao Tzu
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Californian Provenance: Bookseller Ben Kinmont

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful, North Bay Bountiful - Mobile
Antiquarian bookseller Ben Kinmont specializes in 15th to 19th century books about food and wine. During a tour of his Sebastopol shop, Mr. Kinmont displays and discusses a few choice items in his inventory: a second edition of the first cookbook eve...
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Antiquarian Localvore: Bookseller Ben Kinmont

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful, North Bay Bountiful - Mobile
Antiquarian bookseller Ben Kinmont specializes in 15th to 19th century books about food and wine. During a tour of his Sebastopol shop, Mr. Kinmont explains the connection between a 17th century English cookbook, Alice Waters and the Bay Area’s local...
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Sebastopol Antiquarian: Bookseller Ben Kinmont

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful, North Bay Bountiful - Mobile
Antiquarian bookseller Ben Kinmont specializes in 15th to 19th century books about food and wine. Though few antiquarian book shops remain open to the public in the United States, Mr. Kinmont explains why he believes Sonoma County is the perfect loca...
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Lexicon of Sustainability - What Is Sustainability?

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Sustainability is an ideal. Its principles reinforce the fact that everything you do has consequences, even when they’re hidden from view. Its worldview imbues you, as either a consumer or producer, with a clear, undeniable sense of responsibility. I...
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Lexicon of Sustainability - Water

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Agriculture depends on water, but in many parts of the world water is a scarce resource. Effectively managing watersheds helps farmers preserve their farms while protecting the environment; while new technologies, like drip irrigation, help conserve...
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Lexicon of Sustainability - Traceability

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Studies show that nearly 1/3rd of all fish consumers buy isn’t what they think it is. Scotty Fraser of Norpac in Honolulu, Hawaii explains that one possible solution for seafood fraud is traceability, which tracks fish from the moment it leaves the w...
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Lexicon of Sustainability - Unconventional Agriculture

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Today, half the world’s food production—what we eat—depends on chemical fertilizers and herbicides. These are the foundation of Conventional Agriculture, but they pollute our soils, drinking water, waterways, and oceans. Unconventional farmers like S...
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Lexicon of Sustainability - True Cost Accounting

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
By considering all the external costs factored out of the cost of food, an economic principle called true cost accounting helps consumers understand the real cost of the food they buy.
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Lexicon of Sustainability - Grass Fed

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Most cattle are finished on industrial feedlots, where they are fed a mix of antibiotics, hormones, protein supplements, and corn. Farmers like Joel Salatin of Polyface Farms in Swoope, Virginia raise their cattle on grass, using rotational grazing a...
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Lexicon of Sustainability - Locavores

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
As consumers take increased responsibility for what they eat, many choose to become “locavores,” favoring foods grown or produced in their communities. By voting “local” with their pocketbooks when they go to the supermarket, these consumers keep mon...
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Lexicon of Sustainability - Seeds

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
In the last century nearly 75% of our agricultural crops have disappeared. Traditionally, farmers would save and share these seeds with each other, but now, most seed production is controlled by just a few companies. Vandana Shiva explains the import...
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Lexicon of Sustainability - Forage

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Our earliest descendants were hunter/gatherers who foraged for their food, were in tune with their surroundings, and ate with the seasons. After foraging was essentially replaced by agriculture, people became increasingly detached from where their fo...
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Lexicon of Sustainability - Local vs Organic

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
As consumers take increased responsibility for what they eat, many choose to become “locavores,” favoring foods grown or produced in their communities. By voting “local” with their pocketbooks when they go to the supermarket, these consumers keep mon...
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Lexicon of Sustainability - Land Trust

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
In some parts of the United States, a farm is worth more for its real estate than for what it grows, and as profitability becomes increasingly illusive, some farmers look to sell off their land. Bob Berner explains how land trusts provide guidance an...
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Lexicon of Sustainability - GMOs

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
GMOs are Genetically Modified Organisms. They are created when scientists take the DNA from one plant species and add it to the DNA of another. It is likely that GMOs are in what you eat and what you wear. Jessica Lundberg of Northern California’s Lu...
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Lexicon of Sustainability - Food Security

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
The politics and culture of food are often expressed in terms of food security and food sovereignty. These two terms are often used interchangeably, even though they mean different things. Erika Allen of Chicago’s Grower Power explains that food secu...
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Lexicon of Sustainability - 57 - The Average Age of a Farmer

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
The average age of the American farmer is 57. Where will we find the next generation of greenhorns (young American farmers) and how will they be trained for these green collar jobs? Food education isn’t limited to helping the people who grow our food...
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Lexicon of Sustainability - Terroir

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Judith Redmond of California’s Full Belly Farm explains that food is more than what you eat. Food carries with it an undeniable sense of place, and the French even have a word for it: it’s called terroir.
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Lexicon of Sustainability - Urban Farming

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
By the end of the 20th century, nearly 80 percent of Americans lived in urban areas. And they no longer knew who grew their food. Then something happened. Across America, an urban farming movement began. Whether it’s on city rooftops, beside freeway...
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Lexicon of Sustainability - Story of an Egg

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Can learning the meaning of a single term actually help change the food system? David Evans and Alexis Koefoed think so. These poultry farmers explain the real story behind such terms as “cage free,” “free range,” and “pasture raised” so that consume...
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Lexicon of Sustainability: Biochar

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Join Soil Reef Biochar and The Lexicon of Sustainability in this brief and entertaining journey to understanding the power of biochar and The Soil Food Web...and why humans our existence to six inches of topsoil and the fact that it rains
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Lexicon of Sustainability - Economics of Community

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
The principle known as economies of scale has allowed entire industries to consolidate and become more efficient, including our food system. Now there’s no difference between a supermarket in Kansas City or Boston or San Diego or Fort Lauderdale. And...
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Lexicon of Sustainability - Fair Trade Vs Direct Trade

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
When you buy food, you’re buying more than what is in the can. You’re buying values. The values of the person who grows your food. The values of the person who transports it. And the values of the person who sells it to you. Ben Myers of 1000 Face Co...
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Lexicon of Sustainability: Community Supported Agriculture (CSA's)

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
What if you could buy fresh fruit and vegetables each week, grown by a local farmer? Anne Cure of Cure Organic Farm in Boulder, Colorado explains how CSAs, which stands for Community Supported Agriculture, allow consumers to purchase subscriptions fr...
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Lexicon of Sustainability - Antibiotic Free

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Nearly 80 percent of the antibiotics in the U.S. aren’t used on people. They’re used on animals, animals we eat. And most of them aren’t even sick. Bill and Nicolette Niman share their insights on the growing movement to remove sub-therapeutic antibi...
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iREAD with My Family

iREAD with My Family

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by video-production 2 years ago
in iREAD Literacy Initiative
Reading to a child in your life is one of the most important things you can do to help them enter kindergarten ready to learn and succeed in school.
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iREAD Everything

iREAD Everything

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by video-production 2 years ago
in iREAD Literacy Initiative
Just fifteen minutes a day makes a huge difference in your child’s language development, and helps them be ready to learn in school.
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iREAD Everyday

iREAD Everyday

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by video-production 2 years ago
in iREAD Literacy Initiative
The first eight months of a baby’s life is a peak period for language development.
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iREAD Everywhere

iREAD Everywhere

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by video-production 2 years ago
in iREAD Literacy Initiative
NARRATE YOUR DAY: Talk with your child while you’re doing activities together.
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Windsor: Home Care (My Neighborhood)

Windsor: Home Care (My Neighborhood)

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by video-production 2 years ago
in Short Educational Videos
(Short Educational Video) Windsor is like many places in Sonoma County. Older residents who suffer from health issues often find themselves far from healthcare facilities and they are unable to drive. Public transportation is difficult to navigate an...
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Sonoma Valley Springs: Bilingual Education (My Neighborhood)

Sonoma Valley Springs: Bilingual Education (My Neighborhood)

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by video-production 2 years ago
in Short Educational Videos
(Short Educational Video) Sonoma Valley Springs has some unique issues. Children from Spanish-speaking families often fall behind in their educational journey early in their school experience. Parent, teachers and community activists are trying to ad...
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 Green Valley

Green Valley

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by video-production 2 years ago
in Sonoma County Appellations
The famous grapes of Burgundy pinot noir and chardonnay, for both still and sparkling wines are responsible for Green Valley's reputation as a world class wine region.
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Alexander Valley

Alexander Valley

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by video-production 2 years ago
in Sonoma County Appellations
Nearly every variety grows here with some success, but it is Chardonnay and cabernet sauvignon that have brought the former prune-growing region its current acclaim.
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Dry Creek Valley

Dry Creek Valley

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by video-production 2 years ago
in Sonoma County Appellations
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Russian River

Russian River

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by video-production 2 years ago
in Sonoma County Appellations
The Russian River Valley, with its cooling marine fog and fertile soil, produces some of America's finest wines, including pinot noir that ranks among the best in the world.
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 Knights Valley

Knights Valley

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by video-production 2 years ago
in Sonoma County Appellations
The unique character of this appellation can be discovered in its mountain vineyards, where ideal growing conditions have resulted in cabernet sauvignon of regal quality.
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Sonoma Valley

Sonoma Valley

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by video-production 2 years ago
in Sonoma County Appellations
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Sonoma Mountain

Sonoma Mountain

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by video-production 2 years ago
in Sonoma County Appellations
The mountain rises above Sonoma Valley's fog line, allowing for slow and even ripening that results in suave, complex cabernet sauvignon with soft tannins and full fruit flavors.
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Los Carneros

Los Carneros

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by video-production 2 years ago
in Sonoma County Appellations
Sparkling wines from Carneros enjoy considerable praise, but in recent years, imaginations have turned towards still pinot noir, grown here with spectacular results.
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Faces of My Community - Adrian Reyes

Faces of My Community - Adrian Reyes

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by video-production 2 years ago
in Faces of my Community
In this Cloverdale profile, we meet Adrian, a construction worker. He is dedicated to learning in order to help further his place in life. “I want to learn, I don’t get tired of learning.” He sees that hard work and education hold the keys to his fut...
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Faces of My Community - John Sawyer

Faces of My Community - John Sawyer

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by video-production 2 years ago
in Faces of my Community
This Roseland community profile explores the inspirations of Santa Rosa Mayor, John Sawyer. He believes in the power of volunteering. “It creates an environment where you’re learning all the time.” Through this foundation, people learn about each oth...
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Faces of My Community - John Gastineau

Faces of My Community - John Gastineau

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by video-production 2 years ago
in Faces of my Community
This Cloverdale Profile introduces us to John Gastineau. He is a teacher and coach at Cloverdale High School. He is proud of the students at his school and thinks they have a bright future. “Your voice can be important. If you can speak up and genera...
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Faces of My Community - Patty Bird

Faces of My Community - Patty Bird

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by video-production 2 years ago
in Faces of my Community
Patty Bird is a third generation Cloverdale resident. She is involved in a group that supports youth sports and outdoor spaces. A former student athlete herself, she says, "I think more things to do for the youth here in town would be nice. Where the...
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Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood Education

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by video-production 2 years ago
in Short Educational Videos
[Short Educational Video] Children who receive quality early childhood education are more likely to graduate from high school and attend college. They have higher earning potential over a lifetime and experience better health. These kids grow up to c...
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Economic Wellness - Building a Better Society

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by video-production 2 years ago
in Short Educational Videos
[Short Educational Video] More and more American wage earners cannot meet the demands of a rapidly increasing cost of living. While housing, food, fuel, education and healthcare costs accelerate upwards, wages, for many, remain stagnant, diminishing...
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Community Organizing - English

Community Organizing - English

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by video-production 2 years ago
in Short Educational Videos
(Short Educational Video) Four community leaders share their experiences about how to successfully organize within communities and why it matters. 1 minute.
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Keep the River Running

Keep the River Running

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Russian River Watershed Association Video Content Winner 2015 First Place. Natalie Gospe; Santa Rosa High School: KEEP THE RIVER RUNNING The RRWA sponsors a video contest for high school students in honor of Water Awareness Month. Cash awards are spl...
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Petit Bateau

Petit Bateau

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Russian River Watershed Association Video Content Winner 2015 Second Place. Hannah Stenerson, Alex Padilla and Denali Chen; Santa Rosa High School: PETIT BATEAU The RRWA sponsors a video contest for high school students in honor of Water Awareness Mo...
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Save Your Creeks and Your Plants

Save Your Creeks and Your Plants

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by video-production 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Russian River Watershed Association Video Content Winner 2015, Third Place. Forest Murnane and Cade Van Stone; El Molino High School: SAVE YOUR CREEKS AND YOUR PLANTS The RRWA sponsors a video contest for high school students in honor of Water Awaren...
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Graton Day Labor Center

Graton Day Labor Center

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by video-production 3 years ago
in Short Educational Videos
(Short Educational Video - Spanish Language) Centro Laboral de Graton is a worker-led day labor center that organizes domestic workers and day laborers in West Sonoma County, CA for the advancement of their rights and dignity as workers, as immigrant...
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Vamos Afuera - Get Outside & Explore

Vamos Afuera - Get Outside & Explore

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by video-production 3 years ago
in Short Educational Videos
(Short Educational Video - Spanish Language) Vamos Afuera is a program of the LandPaths organization that promotes taking care of the Earth. Outreach and Diversity Director, Omar Gallardo, tells an inspiring story of a group of women who reconnected...
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Vamos Afuera - Family Outdoor Activity

Vamos Afuera - Family Outdoor Activity

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by video-production 3 years ago
in Short Educational Videos
(Short Educational Video - Spanish Language) Omar Gallardo of the LandPaths organization is the Vamos Afuera Outreach and Diversity Director, a program that promotes taking care of the Earth. Vamos Afuera gives families the opportunity to connect to...
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Safe Routes to School

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by video-production 3 years ago
in Short Educational Videos
(Short Educational Video) The Family Bike Rodeo is a community event that teaches kids the basics of bicycle safety. City streets, even in quiet neighborhoods, can be dangerous for young people as they grow up and explore the boundaries of their know...
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Affordable Housing

Affordable Housing

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by video-production 3 years ago
in Short Educational Videos
(Short Educational Video) Affordable and secure housing options are critical issues in creating stability within our community. Barbara Nelson, Planning and Building Director for the City of Healdsburg, discusses the relationship between housing and...
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National Heirloom Exposition

National Heirloom Exposition

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by video-production 3 years ago
in North Bay Report
The National Heirloom Exposition is in the North Bay for three days this week. On the next North Bay Report we visit the expo to speak with producers and food enthusiasts about the future of our local food supply
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Concussions pt 1

Concussions pt 1

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by video-production 3 years ago
in North Bay Report
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Plastic Bags

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by video-production 3 years ago
in North Bay Report
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