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Sustainable Agriculture: Images & Video

A guide to resources and information about sustainable agricultural practices.

Images

Search these resources for images pertaining to farming, agriculture, food.

Streaming Video

Films on Demand: The Parkland Library has purchased streaming rights for these titles. 

PBS Video beta: PBS has made many of their shows available, including FRONTLine, Great Performances, Wide Angle, the American Experience, and more!

Snagfilms: "SnagFilms is committed to finding the world's most compelling documentaries, whether from established heavyweights or first-time filmmakers, and making them available to the wide audience these titles deserve."

Video Materials in Physical Formats

The Library owns video resources in both DVD and VHS.

Some of these materials must be used in the Library. Others may be charged out and taken home. Borrowing periods vary.

For details, see Parkland Library Borrowing Privileges. In general:

  • "Audiovisual Room" or "Reserves Collection" items must be viewed in the library.
  • "Media Viewing Area" or "Main Stacks" items may be taken out.

What is Organic?

Veins of Life : What is organic? from Dave Harper on Vimeo.

Veins of Life is the MFA Graphic Design Thesis project of Dave Harper. The project is about evaluating the path that food takes from creation to consumption, and choosing the better path. What is Organic? is an information motion video referencing various information/facts on the subject of the organic food industry in the U.S. The compiled bibliography can be accessed from this url: veinsoflife.info/bibliography.php. All graphic design elements, animations and audio content was authored by Dave Harper.

Videos at Parkland

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