Help us make more Small Farm Videos!

Nearly a million people have watched the videos on our YouTube channel demonstrating how successful small farmers grow food. Now you can help the excellent videographer behind these clips, Peter Carroll Productions, produce more videos by contributing to his Indiegogo campaign  “Small Farm Videos: Learn How Successful Small Farms Produce Good Food.” He has uncut footage of all aspects of tree fruit farming, farming with draft animals, building and growing in an unheated hoophouse, and more. With the funds from this campaign, he will produce 15-20 more high-quality video clips and make them freely available at our YouTube channel.We’ve received thousands of comments from people who found our existing videos helpful in a very practical way: new farmers have developed the confidence to start their farms or tackle a specific farm task while experienced farmers have gotten new ideas to improve their operations. A typical comment we receive is: “I want to thank you for all the generous and detailed information you have shared with the public. It has helped us two city-gone-country people.”
Perfect for alternative Christmas gifts, check out the cool perks available to contributors, including hard copy “sneak previews”, Associate Producer credits on all the videos, free beginning farmer online courses, and more! Gift yourself or the new farmer in your life with extraordinary new farm videos this year!
The campaign ends in Dec. 27, 2013, so please support it by contributing money or spreading the word through your social networks now!

Violet Stone

Violet's work focuses on creating retreats, workshops and programs for the agricultural community centered on themes of connection, wellness, purpose, integrity and courage. She sees this work as contributing to a more inclusive ‘culture’ of agriculture where all voices are warmly welcomed, honored and celebrated, including the voices of our ‘inner teachers’, sometimes referred to as 'spirit' or 'soul'. Violet serves as the NY SARE Coordinator and can help farmers and educators navigate NESARE grant opportunities.
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  1. Avatar of Dan Dan on November 11, 2013 at 3:04 pm

    Totally worth it. I will help spread the word.

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