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Arranged by chapter, DVD sections feature the five agroforestry practices and successful examples from across the Midwest. Includes the production of shiitake mushrooms, pine straw, woodland wildflowers, medicinal plants and high value wood blanks, along with tips for marketing forest farming products. Produced by and available for purchase from University Of Missouri Center For Agroforestry (DVD, 75 minutes).
Videos About Ramps and Mushroom Production
The USDA National Agroforestry Center working with Virginia Tech University has developed two series of YouTube videos about production of Ramps and Shiitake Mushrooms. These videos are now available through the eXtension Forest Farming website and on YouTube.
All videos are available on a loan basis. You may duplicate videos for non-profit distribution as needed. Contact Rich Straight at (402) 437-5178 (x 4024).
Agroforestry: Agriculture And Forestry Working Together
In March 1997, the USDA National Agroforestry Center coordinated a live national satellite broadcast filmed at the USDA studios in Washington, D.C. This video condenses that broadcast into overviews of each agroforestry practice, presented in 8- to 12-minute modules. (VHS, 59 minutes)
Green Side Up
This short, practical video is designed to train tree planting professionals. Broken into three 15- to 20-minute modules, this video covers transportation and on-site care, hand planting seedling trees, and machine tree planting. (VHS, 50 minutes)
Pudding River Recovery, "Poplar Profiles: The Woodburn Experience"
Residents of Woodburn, Oregon share their experience as the first municipality in the Nation to use hybrid poplar trees to help manage their community's wastewater. Produced by CH2MHill and New Media Magic. (VHS, 15 minutes)
This North Dakota State University Extension Service video features a variety of renovation techniques that can be used to prolong the effectiveness of existing windbreaks. Techniques described include sod release, coppicing, thinning, pruning, row removal, supplemental planting, and root pruning. (VHS, 18 minutes)
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