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2019 Student Films
(2019-11)An educational parody of “A Country Boy Can Survive” by Hank Williams Jr. focusing on the benefit that cover crops can provide, along with covering other topics learned in PLSCS 1900. Topics such as IPM, cover crops, soil ...
(2019-11)This documentary film gives a brief overview of the H-2A Visa and how it is connected with the social dimension of sustainable agriculture. Interviews with local farmers and policymakers highlights the strengths of the ...
(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.
(2019-11)The cannabis plant has always been one of the most discussed crops ever since it was outlawed in America. It’s medicinal, social, and economic value are unmatched when comparing it to other crops. The medical marijuana and ...
(2019-11)Two friends explore where their milk comes from by visiting an organic dairy farmer, Chandler Benson. They learn about his farm, Bensvue Farms, which is part of the Organic Valley Co-op.