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A short film produced by Oxford Brookes Students about our lovely Oxfordshire Food Co-op CREDITS PRODUCER - KEI TACHIKAWA-HODGSON DIRECTOR - KEI TACHIKAWA-HODGSON SCRIPT - KEI TACHIKAWA-HODGSON REPORTER - KEI TACHIKAWA-HODGSON SOUND - DINA ALY SALAH CAMERA - DAVID BULLOCK EDITOR - KEI TACHIKAWA-HODGSON
Doing it using all reclaimed wood
Cultivate is Oxfords local food cooperative sourcing locally grown, ethically and organically produced, delicious fresh produce. Find us at our weekly VegVan and Market stops across the city of Oxford or order through our Click and Collect and Home Delivery service. Video Credit Liberal Media Films : https://www.facebook.com/LiberalMediaFilms/
Whether you choose rich chocolate or a kick of juicy passion fruit, when our members buy it, they help fund local causes like Meanwood Valley Urban Farm: http://www.co-operativefood.co.uk/christmas/ Our Christmas showstopper is the perfect centrepiece dessert for Christmas and allows your guests to choose between two distinctive dessert flavours - a rich chocolate torte created with sustainably grown cocoa or tangy passionfruit torte. With previous experience working with Gordon Ramsay and Marco Pierre White, our torte is created by an expert dessert development chef and is hand crafted into beautiful light layers to produce an indulgent, but not too heavy, dessert. Our recipe uses free range eggs, West Country churned cream and is finished with a sprinkling of edible gold glitter dust....
A fine example of a rather rare Canadian built Co-op E3 pulling the drag sled in featherweight class. The Co-op brand of tractors was born out of a desire by farmers to reduce cost through collective ownership of machinery production. After World War II, an arrangement with Cockshutt led to the new "E" series of Co-op tractors which were simply re-branded Cockshutt models. Poor sales led to the Co-op facilities being sold to Cockshutt in 1952, and the Co-op brand was discontinued. The "E" range was built in Canada at Co-op's own factory in Brantford, Ontario. The E3 is identical to the Cockshutt 30. Pioneer Acres Museum, Irricana, Alberta.
Wer: ╚► Kamera 1: Zugführer - Oxford - GTranstec ╚►Kamera 2: Truppführer - Utah - monclefu ╚►Kamera 3: Truppführer - Fjord - Rubber Ducky ╚►Kamera 4: Logistiker - Bristol - Speutzi ╚►Kamera 5: Funker - Oxford - Haubitze ╚►Kamera 6: Logistiker - Bristol - Eisenschwein ............................................................................................. Briefing: ╚► https://www.tacticalteam.de/content/coop-zeus-kabashir-forest-0 ............................................................................................. Auftrag: ╚► Wir schreiben das Jahr 2005. Die International Security Assistance Force, kurz ISAF, hat begonnen den Westen Afghanistans zu besetzen, um weitere Taliban Angriffe aus dieser Region zu unterbinden. Nachdem der schon bestehende Militärstützpunkt Samira...
Let's coop Sniper Elite V2 Auflösung: 1080p Sprache: Deutsch Plattform: PC ############################ - Entwickler: Rebellion Oxford - Publisher: Rebellion Developments - Erstveröffentlichung: 30. April 2012 - Genre: Taktik-Shooter ############################ - Sniper Elite V2 erwerben: http://www.g2play.net/category/113/sniper-elite-v2-steam-key/?___store=g2play_net_english&acc=b9m7d ############################ Coop-Partner: GP https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC52T3m8TD_cKMnuA8HYwlzA
In 1935, Aldo Leopold bought a worn out farm along the Wisconsin River. Taking up (second) residence in a former chicken coop, they wanted to live close to the land. “Wilderness is the one kind of playground which mankind cannot build to order,” he wrote in his now-classic A Sand County Almanac. https://www.aldoleopold.org/about/aldo-leopold/sand-county-almanac/ The former homestead was also the site of his grand experiment in attempting to bring life back to Dust Bowl era terrain. Over the course of more than a decade the family of seven planted nearly 50,000 trees and today their property is a lush landscape of conifers, hardwoods and prairie. His “backyard” experiment was a part of his bigger idea that we need to develop a land ethic, that is to treat nature with the same respect we w...
“After 8 months in a lab, I got a feel of what it is like to be a grad student” Tina Nham, a Biochemistry student, reflects on how 16 months of work experience is important for your career. For more information: __________________________________________________________________________________ Visit our Website: http://www.science.mcmaster.ca/scce/ Follow us on Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/McMasterSCCE Twitter: https://twitter.com/MacSCCE LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/grp/home?gid=4355117 Filmed & Edited by: Chris Basalo Interviewed by: Vlad Motorykin Property of Science Career & Cooperative Education at McMaster University
Choosing the Right Chicken Coop for Your Needs When choosing a style of chicken coop, you have to keep several things in mind: space needed for each chicken, access for gathering eggs and cleaning, as well as what predators you have to deal with in your area. Here are some details about each of those considerations that will help you plan better, which will allow for a safe place for your chickens to live and will make your own experience much more enjoyable.
The West End Co-op is a local Toronto grocery store, cannery and farmers market. They believe in providing healthy, organic and local food options for the community. This interview features Sonya Gammal and Cory Ouellette who discuss the seriousness of sustainable and local eating. Looking at the current grocery store system and consumer expectations, we explore the meaningful connection a Co-Op like this brings to the greater community.
When a community group in Guadalajara, Mexico wanted to build housing for workshops on their land overlooking the Huentitán Canyon, they called on Sandy Minier and Javier Reyes, architects specializing in natural construction and traditional Mesoamerican techniques. Teaming up with architect Pedro Bravo, the group designed a mixed modern and traditional structure that was so simple to assemble that 100 untrained volunteers erected it in 4 days. After a concrete base had been laid, the volunteers crafted walls of bahareque (mud and reed frames) and tierra compactada (rammed earth) and wove lattices from carrizo (a reed from the bamboo family) to protect the exterior from wind, rain and sun. In the completed community center built for the Mexican Institute for Community Development (IMDEC)...