Our Favorite Videos
- Transition Towns videos - 12 selected videos about the Transition movement
- One Minute Shift - Videos to inspire and inform. Produced by a friend and colleague, Jose Vergelin. http://oneminuteshift.com
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- What is permaculture? - A very cool video filmed at the Lama Foundation featuring some of my good friends (Bonita dancing at the end!). Lama Foundation, located in the Mountains of New Mexico is host to Grow Here Now and Build Here Now. Annual workshops which bring together teachers as well as students of sustainability.
- Permaculture Principles at Work - An introduction to permaculture design principles featuring an abundant food forest designed by Erik Ohlsen of Permaculture Artisans. Video by Starhawk
- Permaculture for the Inner Landscape - Peak Moment TV #39: Facilitator and musician Melanie Rios believes life can be much richer after peak oil -- with lighter living that gives back time and joy. She facilitates communication skills to help groups "work together to stay together". In performances like her "Three Little Pigs Meet the Peak Oil Wolf," she erases the the boundary between audience and performer.
- Permaculture in Action - Greening the Desert - The magic of permaculture in action! I watched this one with amazement and awe! Featuring Sebastien's permaculture teacher, Geoff Lawton.
- Farming with Nature - Permaculture with Sepp Holzer A great example of permaculture design applied in cold climates.
- The Meatrix movies - Take the red pill and watch the critically-acclaimed, award-winning first episode of The Meatrix Trilogy. Want to know more about problems with factory farming while finding healthier food for you and your family? Learn, discuss, get involved - and join the online community - Inside The Meatrix.
- The Story of Stuff will take you on a provocative tour of our consumer-driven culture — from resource extraction to iPod incineration — exposing the real costs of our use-it and lose-it approach to stuff. The movie is just the beginning of the story. Watch it, learn more and get involved here: www.StoryofStuff.com