With his chosen term “garden farming,” long-time permaculture writer, publisher, teacher and practitioner Peter Bane crystallizes this concept for those new to permaculture as well as its seasoned practitioners seeking to extend their chosen way of life into a livelihood. In focusing on the productive transformation of our suburban and peri-urban allotments, Bane shows how these “problematic” landscapes could become the “solutions” in an energy descent world of ongoing climate change, expensive and unreliable energy and economic contraction.
The Meatrix continues with The Meatrix II: Revolting! The second installment of the Meatrix (www.themeatrix.com) features three superhero farm animals including Leo, the young pig who wonders if he is "the one," Chickity, the feathered family farm defender, and Moopheus, the trench-coat clad cow with a passion for green pastures. The sequel delivers even more action, adventure, and humor than the first as the three plunge into the revolting reality of industrial dairy farming. The Meatrix II: Revolting was created and produced by Sustainable Table (www.sustainabletable.org) and Free Range Studios (www.freerangestudios.com)
The movie that started it all! The Meatrix spoofs The Matrix films and highlights the problems with factory farming.
Instead of Keanu Reeves, The Meatrix stars a young pig, Leo, who lives on a pleasant family farm... he thinks. Leo is approached by a trenchcoat-clad cow, Moopheus, and joins him on a journey to learn more about what goes on behind closed barn doors at factory farms.
The Meatrix was created and produced by Sustainable Table and Free Range Studios.
PARENTS CONSIDER THIS A WARNING BEFORE LETTING YOUR CHILD APPEAR ON TV IN SPANDEX AND BE TOUCHED BY A STRANGE MAN...
This creepy Children's TV Yoga teacher is Yogi Oki-Doki, who wears ugly clothes and lives on a farm with Rasta, a Jamaican 7 foot rooster (Cock or Gallus Gallus), and a talking cow called Alandal(??)(Is that right? It's maybe called Halandal. However Rasta calls it Sister MooCow. I don't know.)rnYogi Oki-Doki is a creepy dude who teaches yoga to children. He gives them instructions for different yoga positions while he, Rasta and Sister MooCow watches them and make moaning sounds... I get the impression Yogi Oki-Doki and Rasta likes vegetables as well...
Two rabbits get out of hand on the ol' farm and the chicken police have to step in. Constable Cluckers and Sheriff Flappywing are two fowls that know how to keep the peace. They may be chickens, but don't figuratively call them chicken.