Filming calving season during Fool’s Spring
Up next: Farming while I edit at O.U.R. Ecovillage
A tease of things to come
YouTube updates are back
Editing a documentary: Way less glamourous than farming!
Up next: On the road again (for a few days)
I’m a Human Book — Read me!
I’m done filming! (for now)
So … I’ve decided I want to get a cow
Up next: Editing the film on Salt Spring Island
Shit that Goes Down on the Dairy Farm
Robert Overmars: the most welcoming dairy farmer in Nova Scotia
Getting paid once a year: Welcome to raising cattle
Driving across Canada — with kittens!
Filming ‘Til the Cows Come Home
Prairie harvest is a race against winter
What does it take to get a prairie farm started?
How feudal are our farmers?
Combine harvesters and baby’s first farm machine
Heading east into the unknown
Klippers’ second job is running Vancouver’s best new restaurant
Food Security is not a subset of Poverty
Eating peaches, tomatoes, and dirt
Eight weeks at Amara Farm
Scaling up: First week at Klippers Organic Acres
Footage preview: Timelapses
What I’ve learned from working on the farm
First week on the farm
The COVID-19 effect: How are farmers affected?
Capitalism for farming is broken
The Hands that Feed Us starts filming in 9 days
I’ll be vlogging from behind the scenes
Farmer profile: Arzeena Hamir (Amara Farm)
How The Hands that Feed Us has changed in the last year and a half
Announcing The Lands that Feed Us: A 20 minute documentary about farmland prices
Preview: The Lands that Feed Us pitch video
Lying with statistics: The difference between telling the truth and selling it