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    • Backyard Chickens 

      Otis, Diana (2016)
      Describes the sustainable aspects of raising backyard chickens, an extension of urban agriculture.
    • Bees in Sustainable Agriculture 

      Matteo, Olivia (2018-11-12)
    • Bell Book and Candle Restaurant 

      Margolis, Samuel (2017-11)
    • Beneath the wool 

      Markowski, Cheyenne; Kreizel, Pinchas; Lemgruber Viol, Giovanna (2019-11)
      Our film looks at sustainable sheep farming. We interview Judy ‘Basha’ Genova who raises sheep using sustainable methods and Dr. Michael Thonneywho directs the Cornell Sheep Program and researches sheep in solar farms.
    • Biochar solutions for reducinf pollution in the Netherlands 

      van Hofwegen, Guido; van den Broek, Joep A.; Becx, Gertjan A.; Hoffland, Ellis; Oenema, Oene (2006-10-04)
    • Biocontrol nematodes: a future in sustainable pest control 

      Konka, Maggie (2020)
      This film is based around an interview with Elson Shields, in which he describes how he came up with the idea of using nematodes to help control agricultural pests in New York state. In this film he details what these ...
    • Black Carbon from Rice Residues as Soil Amendment and for Carbon Sequestration 

      Haefele, SM; Konboon, Y; Knoblauch, C; Koyama, S; Gummert, M; Ladha, JK (2006-09-14)
      On highly weathered soils in tropical and subtropical climates, maintenance of soil organic matter is essential to sustain system productivity and avoid rapid soil degradation. But climatic conditions as well as soil ...
    • Brown Cows Make Chocolate Milk 

      Henderson, William (2018-11-14)
    • Cabbage Transplant Production Using Organic Media at Cornell University, 2008 

      Rangarajan, Anu; Leonard, Betsy; Jack, Allison (Cornell University Departments of Horticulture and Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology, 2008)
      INTRODUCTION: The goal of this project is to create an improved potting medium for organic vegetable transplant production. Healthy vigorous transplants will be less susceptible to insects, diseases and transplant shock ...
    • Cabbage Transplant Production Using Organic Media, 2008 

      Rangarajan, Anu; Leonard, Betsy; Jack, Allison (Cornell University Departments of Horticulture and Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology, 2008)
      INTRODUCTION: Successful transplant production begins with good growing media. Healthy vigorous transplants will be less susceptible to insects, diseases and transplant shock leading to better crop performance. Formulating ...
    • Camlam Farms: A Documentary 

      Lamb, Anna (2015)
      A documentary discussing a family avocado and lemon farm and sustainable practices used as well as the 3 pillars of Sustainable Agriculture
    • Carbon and metal characterization and incubation studies conducted on soil samples collected in June 2016 from Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest 

      Possinger, Angela R; Bailey, Scott W; Inagaki, Thiago M; Kögel-Knabner, Ingrid; Dynes, James J; Arthur, Zachary A (2020-02-27)
      This dataset includes field observations, bulk soil analyses, and spatially resolved elemental mapping used to evaluate the effect of transient water table dynamics on soil organic matter (SOM) amount and SOM association ...
    • Carbon finance opportunities for Ethiopia’s PSNP 

      Tefera, Mulugeta; Strickland, Alastair; Lind, Jeremy; Woolf, Dominic; Jirka, Stefan; Solomon, Dawit (2015)
      This policy brief is one of a series produced by the Climate Smart Initiative (CSI), a two-year action research project (2013–15) designed to improve how Ethiopia’s national rural safety net deals with climate change ...
    • Carbon Footprint of a University Compost Facility: Case Study of Cornell Farm Services 

      Schwarz, Mary; Bonhotal, Jean (May 22, 2018, 2018)
      Cornell University Farm Services collects recyclable organics from various locations around the University including the dining halls and other food service establishments, the veterinary hospital, satellite dairy cattle, ...
    • Case for Caution Revisited: Health and Environmental Impacts of Application of Sewage Sludges to Agricultural Land 

      Harrison, Ellen Z; McBride, Murray (Cornell Waste Management Institute, 2009)
      Over the past 15 years since the 40CFRPart503 rules were promulgated, there have been many new scientific findings regarding the environmental and health implications of the application of sewage biosolids to agricultural ...
    • Cauliflower Transplant Production Using Organic Media, 2008 

      Rangarajan, Anu; Leonard, Betsy; Jack, Allison (Cornell University Departments of Horticulture and Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology, 2008)
      INTRODUCTION: Successful transplant production begins with selecting good growing media. Healthy vigorous transplants will be less susceptible to insects, diseases and transplant shock, leading to improved overall crop ...
    • Cayuga Lake Watershed 

      Romanick, Alan; Pracey, Carl (2017-11)
    • Centering voices 

      Moore, Sophia (2020)
      A documentary short film centering the voice and experiences of a minority farmer in America.
    • Characteristics of a Sampling of New York State Composts 

      Schwarz, Mary; Bonhotal, Jean (Cornell Waste Management Institute, 2017)
      Composting and marketing of composted products is an option for managing organic residuals. Composting is an environmentally sound and energy efficient way of managing manure, yard waste, food scraps, paper residuals, and ...
    • Characterizing and Determining Beneficial Use of Paper Production Residuals that Otherwise Become Waste 

      Cornell Waste Management Institute (Cornell Waste Management Institute, 2014)
      Background: Paper mill residuals differ depending on the process and associated chemicals needed to create the paper for the intended use. Finch Paper, LLC operates a paper mill in Glens Falls, New York. Finch starts ...