• Self sufficient living farmers of Subachoque, Bogotá, Colombia: pt 3/7 - organic products

    This is a documentary about an almost self sufficient living association of farmers from Subachoque, a small town in the state of Cundinamarca, 2 hours from Bogotá, Colombia, who also offer eco-tourism. Part 3/7 reveals what products they sell at the market. Complete Documentary: https://youtu.be/Jal1kVr4Etc Thanks to Daniel, the interviewpartner, Andres, the president of the association and Alejandro. Website: http://marcoslocaladventures.com/ Visit my page to get free travel consultation, obtain recommendations on travelling in South America and its lovely people. Contact: comment box or on Skype: Marcosmiep

    published: 27 Apr 2016
  • Colombia: self-sufficient farmers - eco tourism, organic products - complete documentary

    This is the complete short-documentary about an almost self sufficient living association of farmers from Subachoque, a small town in the state of Cundinamarca, 2 hours from Bogotá, Colombia, who also offer eco-tourism. This video reveals a glimpse of the life, ideas and products and activities on offer for domestic and international visitors, who really want to experience an authentic colombian rural life-style. Website: http://marcoslocaladventures.com/ Visit my page to get free travel consultation, obtain recommendations on travelling in South America and its lovely people. Contact: comment box or on Skype: Marcosmiep

    published: 06 Jul 2016
  • Meet organic Nature & More growers Jose Ignacio and Alvaro from Banasan!

    Meet Jose Ignacio Diaz Granados and Alvaro Vives Lacouture, who grow organic bananas under the Nature & More transparency system in Colombia! Check their sustainability efforts with code 777 on www.natureandmore.com.

    published: 25 Apr 2013
  • Self sufficient living farmers of Subachoque, Bogotá, Colombia: pt 2/7 - rustique breakfast

    This is a documentary about an almost self sufficient living association of farmers from Subachoque, a small town in the state on cundinamarca, 2 hours from Bogotá, Colombia, who also offer eco-turism. Part 2/7 reveals a very tipical rustique breakfast. Complete Documentary: https://youtu.be/Jal1kVr4Etc Thanks to Don Juan, the house owner, one of the oldest members of the association, who hosted me. Website: http://marcoslocaladventures.com/ Visit my page to get free travel consultation, obtain recommendations on travelling in South America and its lovely people. Contact: comment box or on Skype: Marcosmiep

    published: 13 Apr 2016
  • On Board with the Vice President: A Flower Farm in Bogota, Colombia

    Vice President Joe Biden tours the Serrezuela flower farm in Bogota, Colombia. The flower farm provides good jobs to the community, and has a predominately female labor force. Also, 60% of their product to the United States. This stop was on May 27th 2013 during the Vice President's trip to South America.

    published: 28 May 2013
  • Colombian Coffee From Farm to Table - Let's Roam Colombia with Avianca

    Courtney goes deep into the Colombian mountains to harvest her own Colombian coffee at Hacienda Combia in Armenia. She learns about the various stages of coffee production and picks her own beans before heading to Salento to one of the most respected coffee roasters in the region, Jesus Martin.

    published: 23 Oct 2013
  • A pineapple farm in Colombia serves as a model for harmony

    Americas Now correspondent Toby Muse went to a farm in Eastern Colombia where former enemies in Colombia’s Armed Conflict have been living off the land in peace. Long before the Colombian peace talks began, hundreds of former Colombian fighters from different rebel groups decided to join forces around a farming project and rebuild their lives. Toby Muse meets with these men who voluntarily put away their weapons to grow pineapples at La Fortuna farm in Yopal, Colombia. They talk to Toby about the challenges of forgiveness and reintegration. Many of the former fighters have had limited or zero options in finding work as employers resist hiring those with a guerrilla past. The pineapple farm serves as a good example of how harmony can be achieved in a post-conflict environment. According...

    published: 01 Jul 2016
  • Shape Sustainability Bogota

    Organic market at Impact Hub Bogotá

    published: 10 Nov 2015
  • Bogota Turns Square Into Massive Food Market on Farmers Day

    Bogota's famed Bolivar Square is transformed into a massive food market to celebrate Farmers Day, a nationwide celebration designed to encourage healthier, affordable and sustainable food supplies. Full Story: Some 1,500 Colombian food producers set up food stalls on Bogota's Bolivar Square on Friday (June 07) to celebrate Farmers Day, a nationwide movement designed to promote healthy, affordable and sustainable food. Farmers Day aims to bring the population closer to the food system offering "real food" that is produced with care for the environment, animals and the women and men who grow, harvest and serve it. [Gabriel Camelo, Farmer]: "Today we are celebrating Farmers Day and also bringing products from the field to the farming market in Bolivar Square." Since the inaugural year in...

    published: 10 Jun 2013
  • Coffee Production at a Farm in Colombia

    This is Hacienda el Placer, one of our farms where we produce some of the best specialty coffees we have to offer. Learn more ⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩ Follow us on social media to keep in touch and read the latest news and information about our specialty coffee company. Do it here: ⏩ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/quanta_coffee/ ⏩ Facebook: https://fb.me/quantacoffee ⏩ Twitter: https://twitter.com/quantacoffee ⏩ Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/102555401686570039788/ ⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩ If you would like to find out more about Quanta coffee or would like to speak with us regarding potential opportunities, buying wholesale, purchasing green beans, etc. feel free to email us anytime at info@quantacoffee.com

    published: 15 Aug 2017
  • Self sufficient living farmers of Subachoque, Bogotá, Colombia: pt 7/7 - idyl

    This is a documentary about an almost self sufficient living association of farmers from Subachoque, a small town in the state of Cundinamarca, 2 hours from Bogotá, Colombia, who also offer eco-tourism. Part 7/7 reveals how Daniel lives with his girlfriend and her kids. Complete Documentary: https://youtu.be/Jal1kVr4Etc Website: http://marcoslocaladventures.com/ Visit my page to get free travel consultation, obtain recommendations on travelling in South America and its lovely people. Contact: comment box or on Skype: Marcosmiep

    published: 22 Jun 2016
  • Bogota Coffee Company

    Some clips from our trip to Colombia.

    published: 06 Nov 2013
  • Self sufficient living farmers of Subachoque, Bogotá, Colombia: pt 1/7 - foundation - foundation

    This is a documentary about an almost self sufficient living association of farmers from Subachoque, a small town in the state on Cundinamarca, 2 hours from Bogotá, Colombia, who also offer eco-tourism. Part 1/7 reveals their story, how everyting began. Complete Documentary: https://youtu.be/Jal1kVr4Etc Thanks to Andres, the interviewpartner, and president of the association, to Daniel and Alejandro. Website: http://marcoslocaladventures.com/ Visit my page to get free travel consultation, obtain recommendations on travelling in South America and its lovely people. Contact: comment box or on Skype: Marcosmiep

    published: 30 Mar 2016
  • Self sufficient living farmers of Subachoque, Bogotá, Colombia: pt 5/7 - ecotourism

    This is a documentary about an almost self sufficient living association of farmers from Subachoque, a small town in the state of Cundinamarca, 2 hours from Bogotá, Colombia, who also offer eco-tourism. Part 5/7 reveals the landscape they are living in as well as the option to be as close as posible to the farmers. Complete Documentary: https://youtu.be/Jal1kVr4Etc Website: http://marcoslocaladventures.com/ Visit my page to get free travel consultation, obtain recommendations on travelling in South America and its lovely people. Contact: comment box or on Skype: Marcosmiep

    published: 25 May 2016
  • Self sufficient living farmers of Subachoque, Bogotá, Colombia: pt 4/7 - tough life

    This is a documentary about an almost self sufficient living association of farmers from Subachoque, a small town in the state of Cundinamarca, 2 hours from Bogotá, Colombia, who also offer eco-tourism. Part 4/7 reveals the youth of one of the oldest members, looking back into times when poverty and agricultural life-style was omnipresent in Colombia. Complete Documentary: https://youtu.be/Jal1kVr4Etc Thanks to Don Juan, the interviewpartner. Website: http://marcoslocaladventures.com/ Visit my page to get free travel consultation, obtain recommendations on travelling in South America and its lovely people. Contact: comment box or on Skype: Marcosmiep

    published: 11 May 2016
  • Web Serial - Urban Agriculture in Latin America

    A report on how people in Latin American cities are coming up with new ways to feed their communities. In Colombia, small-scale producers, many of them victims of the country's armed confluct, are meeting local food needs. In Chile, urban agriculture is growing in popularity, leading to new forms of community organization. Urban output is also growing in Quito, generating employment opportunities for the poor. Rachael Boothroyd reports. teleSur http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/web/telesur/#!en/video/web-serial-274883

    published: 18 Aug 2014
  • Where Coffee Comes From- Colombian Coffee Farm

    Trekking, riding, flying, hitchhiking, sailing, and otherwise traveling Earth. In a quest to positively impact and better understand people and the planet! Please Subscribe, Like, and Share our channel. Videos of our travels and travel advice every week! Comments and advice/suggestions always welcome too! _______________________Description__________________________________ Coffee Farm in Colombia, Making Our Own Coffee: While staying at hostel Carpe Diem outside of Santa Marta, Colombia we took a tour of their organic coffee farm. We learned about different kinds of coffee. As well as how it is grown and processed to become the finished product most of us enjoy. First it is allowed to ferment in it's own sugars. Then it is dried in the sun for 5 days, and de-shelled, much like peanuts....

    published: 25 Nov 2016
  • BOGOTÁ DC

    Panorámica

    published: 24 Apr 2016
  • En qué consiste la Agricultura Urbana - TvAgro por Juan Gonzalo Angel

    Twitter @juangangel La agricultura urbana o tambien conocida como peri urbana es la práctica de un tipo de agricultura con cultivos de (i.e.(significa esto es) horticultura, forestación), ganados, y pesca dentro o en los alrededores del área urbana. La tierra usada puede ser privada, pública o residencial, balcones, paredes o techos de edificios, calles públicas o márgenes y antiguos sotos deforestados de los ríos. La agricultura urbana se realiza para actividades de producción de alimentos. Contribuye a la soberanía alimentaria y a alimentos seguros de dos maneras: incrementando la cantidad de alimentos disponibles para los habitantes de ciudades, y en segundo lugar provee verduras y frutas frescas para los consumidores urbanos. Debido a que promueve el ahorro de energía la producción ...

    published: 11 Jul 2015
  • Coffee farm tour in Colombia

    Travel and enjoy a coffee tour experience less than 2 hours from Bogota where you can learn all about Colombian Coffee while you have fun by yourself or with your family and friends. @cafe_Cosecha_Real production focus films Farm La Primavera

    published: 07 Jun 2017
  • VegFest Colombia - Colombia's First Vegan Event 2017

    VegFest Colombia- Colombia's First Vegan Event 2017 Team HappyCow checked out vegan restaurants and attended Colombia's first all-vegan event called Veg Fest Colombia in Bogota, Colombia on January 7-- 22 at Jardin 82. This is our video containing vegan highlights and interviews at Veg Fest Colombia. Join HappyCow's Ken Spector as he interviews Nadja Troeger, the founder and organizer of the event, and other local Colombia regarding tips on traveling in Bogota vegan-style. For more information see: https://www.facebook.com/ColombiaVegFest/ Veg Restaurants and Health Food Stores featured in video: Aba Opción Vegetariana https://www.happycow.net/reviews/aba-opcion-vegetariana-bogota-75317 The Pot https://www.happycow.net/reviews/the-pot-veggie-bogota-70508 Deli Soya https://www.ha...

    published: 16 Feb 2017
  • Cuba's organic and sustainable agriculture is setting a worldwide example - Greenpeace

    "Cuba is setting a worldwide example for an alternative way to cultivate land and crops in a sustainable way: ecological agriculture" Greenpeace video in Cuba with Mexican Mayan farmers visited farms in various regions of the island. The Greenpeace delegation visited at least five farms using ecological farming techniques that could be replicated in Mexico, and other parts of the world. Video originally from: https://youtu.be/El-ZYAwi15E http://www.cuba-solidarity.org.uk

    published: 09 Feb 2017
  • Wholesale Organic Green Coffee from Colombia

    http://buyorganiccoffee.org/1210/wholesale-organic-green-coffee-from-colombia/ Wholesale Organic Green Coffee from Colombia By www.BuyOrganicCoffee.org Coffee production in Colombia is returning to pre-2008 levels. We noted this fact in our article Wanted: Coffee Pickers in Colombia. Colombia’s production is forecast up 1.0 million bags to 12.0 million on higher yields. Continued growth is expecting following 7 years of below -average output due to the spread of coffee rust and coffee cherry borer insect. The rust initially affected as much as 40 percent of the planted area, but has since declined to less than 10 percent following an aggressive tree renovation program. Colombia is expected to rely on imported beans from Ecuador and Peru for just one-third of consumption, down from ne...

    published: 19 Nov 2014
  • Colombia From Above: Potato Farming - Conservation International (CI)

    http://www.conservation.org As climate change raises temperatures in Colombia, potato farmers are planting their crop at higher altitudes — and encroaching on páramo ecosystems. Learn more about the filming of this clip: http://blog.conservation.org/2012/03/a-birds-eye-view-of-colombias-fragile-beauty-part-1-of-3/

    published: 15 Mar 2012
  • Koffietapp

    Following from Day of Engagement at the Concordia Americas Summit in Bogota, Concordia is highlighting one of the organizations in Bogota making positive social impact. Koffietapp, a Colombian start-up, allows direct commercial transactions between the coffee grower and the final consumer. This model generates greater incomes for coffee families and preserves the environment.

    published: 25 Apr 2017
  • Buy Organic Coffee

    http//:www.BuyOrganicCoffee.org Buy Organic Coffee For the best combination of coffee flavor, healthy antioxidants, and purity buy organic coffee. When you buy organic coffee you help the environment and family coffee growers in remote parts of the world. Healthy organic coffee has fewer, or none, of the hundred and fifty or so contaminants found in regular coffee. What it still has are the natural chemicals that help prevent Type II diabetes and reduce the incidence of prostate cancer, colon cancer, and endometrial cancer. All of that from a good cup of organic coffee. When you buy organic coffee make sure to look for evidence of organic coffee certification on the package. U S D A organic coffee is certified by the Department of Agriculture or one of their affiliates. For example,...

    published: 28 Jul 2012
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Self sufficient living farmers of Subachoque, Bogotá, Colombia: pt 3/7 - organic products

Self sufficient living farmers of Subachoque, Bogotá, Colombia: pt 3/7 - organic products

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  • Duration: 2:37
  • Updated: 27 Apr 2016
  • views: 90
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This is a documentary about an almost self sufficient living association of farmers from Subachoque, a small town in the state of Cundinamarca, 2 hours from Bogotá, Colombia, who also offer eco-tourism. Part 3/7 reveals what products they sell at the market. Complete Documentary: https://youtu.be/Jal1kVr4Etc Thanks to Daniel, the interviewpartner, Andres, the president of the association and Alejandro. Website: http://marcoslocaladventures.com/ Visit my page to get free travel consultation, obtain recommendations on travelling in South America and its lovely people. Contact: comment box or on Skype: Marcosmiep
https://wn.com/Self_Sufficient_Living_Farmers_Of_Subachoque,_Bogotá,_Colombia_Pt_3_7_Organic_Products
Colombia: self-sufficient farmers - eco tourism, organic products - complete documentary

Colombia: self-sufficient farmers - eco tourism, organic products - complete documentary

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  • Updated: 06 Jul 2016
  • views: 549
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This is the complete short-documentary about an almost self sufficient living association of farmers from Subachoque, a small town in the state of Cundinamarca, 2 hours from Bogotá, Colombia, who also offer eco-tourism. This video reveals a glimpse of the life, ideas and products and activities on offer for domestic and international visitors, who really want to experience an authentic colombian rural life-style. Website: http://marcoslocaladventures.com/ Visit my page to get free travel consultation, obtain recommendations on travelling in South America and its lovely people. Contact: comment box or on Skype: Marcosmiep
https://wn.com/Colombia_Self_Sufficient_Farmers_Eco_Tourism,_Organic_Products_Complete_Documentary
Meet organic Nature & More growers Jose Ignacio and Alvaro from Banasan!

Meet organic Nature & More growers Jose Ignacio and Alvaro from Banasan!

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  • Duration: 1:19
  • Updated: 25 Apr 2013
  • views: 570
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Meet Jose Ignacio Diaz Granados and Alvaro Vives Lacouture, who grow organic bananas under the Nature & More transparency system in Colombia! Check their sustainability efforts with code 777 on www.natureandmore.com.
https://wn.com/Meet_Organic_Nature_More_Growers_Jose_Ignacio_And_Alvaro_From_Banasan
Self sufficient living farmers of Subachoque, Bogotá, Colombia: pt 2/7 - rustique breakfast

Self sufficient living farmers of Subachoque, Bogotá, Colombia: pt 2/7 - rustique breakfast

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  • Duration: 3:34
  • Updated: 13 Apr 2016
  • views: 129
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This is a documentary about an almost self sufficient living association of farmers from Subachoque, a small town in the state on cundinamarca, 2 hours from Bogotá, Colombia, who also offer eco-turism. Part 2/7 reveals a very tipical rustique breakfast. Complete Documentary: https://youtu.be/Jal1kVr4Etc Thanks to Don Juan, the house owner, one of the oldest members of the association, who hosted me. Website: http://marcoslocaladventures.com/ Visit my page to get free travel consultation, obtain recommendations on travelling in South America and its lovely people. Contact: comment box or on Skype: Marcosmiep
https://wn.com/Self_Sufficient_Living_Farmers_Of_Subachoque,_Bogotá,_Colombia_Pt_2_7_Rustique_Breakfast
On Board with the Vice President: A Flower Farm in Bogota, Colombia

On Board with the Vice President: A Flower Farm in Bogota, Colombia

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  • Duration: 2:02
  • Updated: 28 May 2013
  • views: 5837
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Vice President Joe Biden tours the Serrezuela flower farm in Bogota, Colombia. The flower farm provides good jobs to the community, and has a predominately female labor force. Also, 60% of their product to the United States. This stop was on May 27th 2013 during the Vice President's trip to South America.
https://wn.com/On_Board_With_The_Vice_President_A_Flower_Farm_In_Bogota,_Colombia
Colombian Coffee From Farm to Table - Let's Roam Colombia with Avianca

Colombian Coffee From Farm to Table - Let's Roam Colombia with Avianca

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  • Duration: 2:38
  • Updated: 23 Oct 2013
  • views: 24110
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Courtney goes deep into the Colombian mountains to harvest her own Colombian coffee at Hacienda Combia in Armenia. She learns about the various stages of coffee production and picks her own beans before heading to Salento to one of the most respected coffee roasters in the region, Jesus Martin.
https://wn.com/Colombian_Coffee_From_Farm_To_Table_Let's_Roam_Colombia_With_Avianca
A pineapple farm in Colombia serves as a model for harmony

A pineapple farm in Colombia serves as a model for harmony

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  • Duration: 11:10
  • Updated: 01 Jul 2016
  • views: 405
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Americas Now correspondent Toby Muse went to a farm in Eastern Colombia where former enemies in Colombia’s Armed Conflict have been living off the land in peace. Long before the Colombian peace talks began, hundreds of former Colombian fighters from different rebel groups decided to join forces around a farming project and rebuild their lives. Toby Muse meets with these men who voluntarily put away their weapons to grow pineapples at La Fortuna farm in Yopal, Colombia. They talk to Toby about the challenges of forgiveness and reintegration. Many of the former fighters have had limited or zero options in finding work as employers resist hiring those with a guerrilla past. The pineapple farm serves as a good example of how harmony can be achieved in a post-conflict environment. According to the country's agency for reintegration more than 26-thousand Colombians have gone through the process of demobilization and assimilation into society. Watch Toby Muse’s report below.
https://wn.com/A_Pineapple_Farm_In_Colombia_Serves_As_A_Model_For_Harmony
Shape Sustainability Bogota

Shape Sustainability Bogota

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  • Duration: 1:28
  • Updated: 10 Nov 2015
  • views: 58
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Bogota Turns Square Into Massive Food Market on Farmers Day

Bogota Turns Square Into Massive Food Market on Farmers Day

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  • Duration: 2:15
  • Updated: 10 Jun 2013
  • views: 405
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Bogota's famed Bolivar Square is transformed into a massive food market to celebrate Farmers Day, a nationwide celebration designed to encourage healthier, affordable and sustainable food supplies. Full Story: Some 1,500 Colombian food producers set up food stalls on Bogota's Bolivar Square on Friday (June 07) to celebrate Farmers Day, a nationwide movement designed to promote healthy, affordable and sustainable food. Farmers Day aims to bring the population closer to the food system offering "real food" that is produced with care for the environment, animals and the women and men who grow, harvest and serve it. [Gabriel Camelo, Farmer]: "Today we are celebrating Farmers Day and also bringing products from the field to the farming market in Bolivar Square." Since the inaugural year in 2004, 14 markets have been set-up in Bolivar Square together with 623 in 14 parks around the city. In turn, these efforts have resulted in the sale of about five million tonnes of food with a value of $20 billion pesos (about $10 million dollars). The market is part of a programme called "Human Bogota" using a $2 billion peso (about $1 million dollars) fund to consolidate commercialisation routes for farming products. One objective is to organise regular food markets at Bolivar Square to attract new customers and raise awareness about native food and seeds. [Gabriel Camelo, Farmer]: "The products we have are harvested by us farmers, with our seeds, seeds from Colombia, native seeds and many products arrive from other countries using genetically modified seeds, seeds created in a laboratory and these seeds are harming us." Gabriel Camelo, said peace talks being held between the guerrilla group FARC and the Colombian government in Havana to end the country's five-decade conflict, would ensure farmers continue to harvest their own products. [Gabriel Camelo, Farmer]: "Peace is not for the president or for the government with the guerrilla, it's for us farmers in order to keep producing and bring these products here because if we don't produce in the fields this will bring a food deficit in the capital cities. Not only here in Bogota but also in the rest of the country. So we see the peace talks taking place between the FARC and the government in Havana, Cuba in a positive light." In May, Colombia and the Marxist-led FARC rebels reached agreement on the critical issue of agrarian reform, in a major step forward for the peace process. For more news and videos visit ☛ http://ntd.tv Follow us on Twitter ☛ http://twitter.com/NTDTelevision Add us on Facebook ☛ http://on.fb.me/s5KV2C
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Coffee Production at a Farm in Colombia

Coffee Production at a Farm in Colombia

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  • Updated: 15 Aug 2017
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This is Hacienda el Placer, one of our farms where we produce some of the best specialty coffees we have to offer. Learn more ⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩ Follow us on social media to keep in touch and read the latest news and information about our specialty coffee company. Do it here: ⏩ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/quanta_coffee/ ⏩ Facebook: https://fb.me/quantacoffee ⏩ Twitter: https://twitter.com/quantacoffee ⏩ Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/102555401686570039788/ ⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩ If you would like to find out more about Quanta coffee or would like to speak with us regarding potential opportunities, buying wholesale, purchasing green beans, etc. feel free to email us anytime at info@quantacoffee.com
https://wn.com/Coffee_Production_At_A_Farm_In_Colombia
Self sufficient living farmers of Subachoque, Bogotá, Colombia: pt 7/7 - idyl

Self sufficient living farmers of Subachoque, Bogotá, Colombia: pt 7/7 - idyl

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  • Duration: 3:23
  • Updated: 22 Jun 2016
  • views: 64
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This is a documentary about an almost self sufficient living association of farmers from Subachoque, a small town in the state of Cundinamarca, 2 hours from Bogotá, Colombia, who also offer eco-tourism. Part 7/7 reveals how Daniel lives with his girlfriend and her kids. Complete Documentary: https://youtu.be/Jal1kVr4Etc Website: http://marcoslocaladventures.com/ Visit my page to get free travel consultation, obtain recommendations on travelling in South America and its lovely people. Contact: comment box or on Skype: Marcosmiep
https://wn.com/Self_Sufficient_Living_Farmers_Of_Subachoque,_Bogotá,_Colombia_Pt_7_7_Idyl
Bogota Coffee Company

Bogota Coffee Company

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  • Duration: 2:11
  • Updated: 06 Nov 2013
  • views: 192
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Some clips from our trip to Colombia.
https://wn.com/Bogota_Coffee_Company
Self sufficient living farmers of Subachoque, Bogotá, Colombia: pt 1/7 - foundation - foundation

Self sufficient living farmers of Subachoque, Bogotá, Colombia: pt 1/7 - foundation - foundation

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  • Duration: 2:28
  • Updated: 30 Mar 2016
  • views: 157
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This is a documentary about an almost self sufficient living association of farmers from Subachoque, a small town in the state on Cundinamarca, 2 hours from Bogotá, Colombia, who also offer eco-tourism. Part 1/7 reveals their story, how everyting began. Complete Documentary: https://youtu.be/Jal1kVr4Etc Thanks to Andres, the interviewpartner, and president of the association, to Daniel and Alejandro. Website: http://marcoslocaladventures.com/ Visit my page to get free travel consultation, obtain recommendations on travelling in South America and its lovely people. Contact: comment box or on Skype: Marcosmiep
https://wn.com/Self_Sufficient_Living_Farmers_Of_Subachoque,_Bogotá,_Colombia_Pt_1_7_Foundation_Foundation
Self sufficient living farmers of Subachoque, Bogotá, Colombia: pt 5/7 - ecotourism

Self sufficient living farmers of Subachoque, Bogotá, Colombia: pt 5/7 - ecotourism

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  • Duration: 1:12
  • Updated: 25 May 2016
  • views: 59
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This is a documentary about an almost self sufficient living association of farmers from Subachoque, a small town in the state of Cundinamarca, 2 hours from Bogotá, Colombia, who also offer eco-tourism. Part 5/7 reveals the landscape they are living in as well as the option to be as close as posible to the farmers. Complete Documentary: https://youtu.be/Jal1kVr4Etc Website: http://marcoslocaladventures.com/ Visit my page to get free travel consultation, obtain recommendations on travelling in South America and its lovely people. Contact: comment box or on Skype: Marcosmiep
https://wn.com/Self_Sufficient_Living_Farmers_Of_Subachoque,_Bogotá,_Colombia_Pt_5_7_Ecotourism
Self sufficient living farmers of Subachoque, Bogotá, Colombia: pt 4/7 - tough life

Self sufficient living farmers of Subachoque, Bogotá, Colombia: pt 4/7 - tough life

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  • Duration: 3:47
  • Updated: 11 May 2016
  • views: 103
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This is a documentary about an almost self sufficient living association of farmers from Subachoque, a small town in the state of Cundinamarca, 2 hours from Bogotá, Colombia, who also offer eco-tourism. Part 4/7 reveals the youth of one of the oldest members, looking back into times when poverty and agricultural life-style was omnipresent in Colombia. Complete Documentary: https://youtu.be/Jal1kVr4Etc Thanks to Don Juan, the interviewpartner. Website: http://marcoslocaladventures.com/ Visit my page to get free travel consultation, obtain recommendations on travelling in South America and its lovely people. Contact: comment box or on Skype: Marcosmiep
https://wn.com/Self_Sufficient_Living_Farmers_Of_Subachoque,_Bogotá,_Colombia_Pt_4_7_Tough_Life
Web Serial - Urban Agriculture in Latin America

Web Serial - Urban Agriculture in Latin America

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  • Duration: 8:32
  • Updated: 18 Aug 2014
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A report on how people in Latin American cities are coming up with new ways to feed their communities. In Colombia, small-scale producers, many of them victims of the country's armed confluct, are meeting local food needs. In Chile, urban agriculture is growing in popularity, leading to new forms of community organization. Urban output is also growing in Quito, generating employment opportunities for the poor. Rachael Boothroyd reports. teleSur http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/web/telesur/#!en/video/web-serial-274883
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Where Coffee Comes From- Colombian Coffee Farm

Where Coffee Comes From- Colombian Coffee Farm

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Trekking, riding, flying, hitchhiking, sailing, and otherwise traveling Earth. In a quest to positively impact and better understand people and the planet! Please Subscribe, Like, and Share our channel. Videos of our travels and travel advice every week! Comments and advice/suggestions always welcome too! _______________________Description__________________________________ Coffee Farm in Colombia, Making Our Own Coffee: While staying at hostel Carpe Diem outside of Santa Marta, Colombia we took a tour of their organic coffee farm. We learned about different kinds of coffee. As well as how it is grown and processed to become the finished product most of us enjoy. First it is allowed to ferment in it's own sugars. Then it is dried in the sun for 5 days, and de-shelled, much like peanuts. After that it is roasted in a pot over a fire for an hour and a half or so, all while being stirred. The fire roasting method is traditional and is still used on many farms since it is very cheap and requires little to no equipment. They had pre dried and roasted coffee for us, so we could finish up the roasting process ourselves. We then got to grind and had fresh brewed coffee, from the beans that were still hot from roasting! The freshest coffee can get! While the tour seemed a little pricy at first at 20.000 COP each, it did include lots of fresh fruit that we got to eat, and the coffee that was very good. Be warned though that while the tour guide was very nice and knowledgeable the tour is in Spanish. _________________________Other Good Stuff___________________________ For 35 off airbnb: https://www.airbnb.com/c/andrewg450?s... Visit and subscribe to our website at: travelingphilosophers.com Like our Facebook: www.facebook.com/travelngphilosopher Follow us on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/travelingph... Instagram @ travelphilisophers The website and Facebook links do not work due to changes in Youtube policy, but they are correct so you can just copy and paste them :)
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BOGOTÁ DC

BOGOTÁ DC

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Panorámica
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En qué consiste la Agricultura Urbana - TvAgro por Juan Gonzalo Angel

En qué consiste la Agricultura Urbana - TvAgro por Juan Gonzalo Angel

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Twitter @juangangel La agricultura urbana o tambien conocida como peri urbana es la práctica de un tipo de agricultura con cultivos de (i.e.(significa esto es) horticultura, forestación), ganados, y pesca dentro o en los alrededores del área urbana. La tierra usada puede ser privada, pública o residencial, balcones, paredes o techos de edificios, calles públicas o márgenes y antiguos sotos deforestados de los ríos. La agricultura urbana se realiza para actividades de producción de alimentos. Contribuye a la soberanía alimentaria y a alimentos seguros de dos maneras: incrementando la cantidad de alimentos disponibles para los habitantes de ciudades, y en segundo lugar provee verduras y frutas frescas para los consumidores urbanos. Debido a que promueve el ahorro de energía la producción local de alimentos, la agricultura urbana y periurbana son actividades de sostenibilidad. También plantea otro tipo de problemas y conflictos sociales, derivados por ejemplo de la utilización de terrenos privados abandonados para la ubicación de "huertos familiares" clandestinos. También estas actuaciones incontroladas pueden plantear problemas derivados de la falta de calidad de las aguas utilizadas para el riego, a menudo aguas residuales. Requiere además de un tipo de gestión que va más allá de los agronómico o incluso lo social, pues pasa a ser un aspecto de la ordenación urbanística La producción localizada de alimentos en áreas urbanas y peri-urbanas crea economías locales fuertes al crear puestos de trabajo. Algunos investigadores indican que estos centros de producción deberían reducir la tasa de desocupación en pueblos y grandes ciudades. Algunas escuelas como Waldorf ya incorporaron el tema a su plan de estudios. Los proyectos de agricultura urbana están comenzando a abrir un nuevo mercado laboral en áreas que han sido afectadas negativamente por subcontratación de trabajos. A pesar que el aroma y el gusto de los productos locales son subjetivos, muchos participantes de la agricultura urbana reportan que prefieren el sabor de esos productos locales, o alimento orgánico, que los de la producción industrial. También, la agricultura urbana apoya una producción más sustentable de alimentos que intenta hacer decaer el uso de pesticidas peligrosos. Los agricultores urbanos y locales también eliminan la necesidad de conservantes, ya que sus productos no tienen que viajar largas distancias. Vea Mas información en es.wikipedia.org Juan Gonzalo Angel www.tvagro.tv
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Coffee farm tour in Colombia

Coffee farm tour in Colombia

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Travel and enjoy a coffee tour experience less than 2 hours from Bogota where you can learn all about Colombian Coffee while you have fun by yourself or with your family and friends. @cafe_Cosecha_Real production focus films Farm La Primavera
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VegFest Colombia - Colombia's First Vegan Event 2017

VegFest Colombia - Colombia's First Vegan Event 2017

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VegFest Colombia- Colombia's First Vegan Event 2017 Team HappyCow checked out vegan restaurants and attended Colombia's first all-vegan event called Veg Fest Colombia in Bogota, Colombia on January 7-- 22 at Jardin 82. This is our video containing vegan highlights and interviews at Veg Fest Colombia. Join HappyCow's Ken Spector as he interviews Nadja Troeger, the founder and organizer of the event, and other local Colombia regarding tips on traveling in Bogota vegan-style. For more information see: https://www.facebook.com/ColombiaVegFest/ Veg Restaurants and Health Food Stores featured in video: Aba Opción Vegetariana https://www.happycow.net/reviews/aba-opcion-vegetariana-bogota-75317 The Pot https://www.happycow.net/reviews/the-pot-veggie-bogota-70508 Deli Soya https://www.happycow.net/reviews/deli-soya-bogota-6228 Mestizo https://www.happycow.net/reviews/mestizo-bogota-83068 Sinergiarte https://www.happycow.net/reviews/sinergiarte-bogota-79645 La Cocinita Verde https://www.happycow.net/reviews/la-cocinita-verde-bogota-48341 Boulevard Sésamo https://www.happycow.net/reviews/boulevard-sesamo-bogota-10091 Tiendita Vegan https://www.happycow.net/reviews/tiendita-vegan-bogota-64354 Caballete y Berenjena https://www.happycow.net/reviews/caballete-and-berenjena-bogota-42226 Like us on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/happycow Follow us on Twitter! http://www.twitter.com/happycow https://instagram.com/happycowguide https://www.pinterest.com/happycowguide/
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Cuba's organic and sustainable agriculture is setting a worldwide example - Greenpeace

Cuba's organic and sustainable agriculture is setting a worldwide example - Greenpeace

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"Cuba is setting a worldwide example for an alternative way to cultivate land and crops in a sustainable way: ecological agriculture" Greenpeace video in Cuba with Mexican Mayan farmers visited farms in various regions of the island. The Greenpeace delegation visited at least five farms using ecological farming techniques that could be replicated in Mexico, and other parts of the world. Video originally from: https://youtu.be/El-ZYAwi15E http://www.cuba-solidarity.org.uk
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Wholesale Organic Green Coffee from Colombia

Wholesale Organic Green Coffee from Colombia

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http://buyorganiccoffee.org/1210/wholesale-organic-green-coffee-from-colombia/ Wholesale Organic Green Coffee from Colombia By www.BuyOrganicCoffee.org Coffee production in Colombia is returning to pre-2008 levels. We noted this fact in our article Wanted: Coffee Pickers in Colombia. Colombia’s production is forecast up 1.0 million bags to 12.0 million on higher yields. Continued growth is expecting following 7 years of below -average output due to the spread of coffee rust and coffee cherry borer insect. The rust initially affected as much as 40 percent of the planted area, but has since declined to less than 10 percent following an aggressive tree renovation program. Colombia is expected to rely on imported beans from Ecuador and Peru for just one-third of consumption, down from nearly 85 percent a few years ago. Bean exports are forecast to gain 300,000 bags to 10.5 million on increased shipments to the United States and Europe. With the increase in overall coffee production in Colombia one can expect an increase in organic production as well. Wholesale organic green coffee from Colombia is some of the best Arabica coffee in the world. Wholesale Organic Coffee Colombian coffee is the best Arabica coffee in the world. There are several outstanding Colombian organic coffee brands. Here is a short list of folks in the Cafetero who can provide organic wholesale coffee in quantity. Volcan Linea Roja Sostenible Origen Oma Frailes Juan Valdez Café Madrid Fincas Aliadas Tolima Eco Bio Colombia Asprounion Mountain View Coffee Café Pitayo Why Colombia? Colombia is a major coffee producer ranking behind the larger country of Brazil in coffee volume produced. But Colombia is the best producer of high quality Arabica coffee in volume for shipping organic wholesale coffee. To get organic wholesale coffee from Colombia you need to deal with a professional exporter because of issues unique to Colombia, namely a sixty year long civil war. Colombia’s civil war began in the 1950’s and is still going. What began as a fight for the rights of small farmers has largely turned into paramilitary groups of drug lords and mini drug lords and kidnappers hiding out in the jungle with little chance of reintegrating into society. The government has gotten the rebellion out of the cities but the surviving drug lords in the jungle still try to ship their product out of the country by various means. So, if you are going to fly out of Manizales, Pereira, Medellin, Cali, or Bogotá expect to have your bags searched for drugs as a large drug-sniffing police dog sits by. The officer will pin prick any bags of coffee that you are carrying and test with a mechanical “sniffer” if not the large pooch at his side. If you decide that you would like to forego this experience and mail your coffee back home forget it. You cannot mail packaged coffee out of Colombia! If you are interested in Colombian organic coffee brands you need to carry the coffee out yourself or deal with someone who exports Colombian organic coffee brands. http://youtu.be/PqU_hDgL3go
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Colombia From Above: Potato Farming - Conservation International (CI)

Colombia From Above: Potato Farming - Conservation International (CI)

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http://www.conservation.org As climate change raises temperatures in Colombia, potato farmers are planting their crop at higher altitudes — and encroaching on páramo ecosystems. Learn more about the filming of this clip: http://blog.conservation.org/2012/03/a-birds-eye-view-of-colombias-fragile-beauty-part-1-of-3/
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Koffietapp

Koffietapp

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Following from Day of Engagement at the Concordia Americas Summit in Bogota, Concordia is highlighting one of the organizations in Bogota making positive social impact. Koffietapp, a Colombian start-up, allows direct commercial transactions between the coffee grower and the final consumer. This model generates greater incomes for coffee families and preserves the environment.
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Buy Organic Coffee

Buy Organic Coffee

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http//:www.BuyOrganicCoffee.org Buy Organic Coffee For the best combination of coffee flavor, healthy antioxidants, and purity buy organic coffee. When you buy organic coffee you help the environment and family coffee growers in remote parts of the world. Healthy organic coffee has fewer, or none, of the hundred and fifty or so contaminants found in regular coffee. What it still has are the natural chemicals that help prevent Type II diabetes and reduce the incidence of prostate cancer, colon cancer, and endometrial cancer. All of that from a good cup of organic coffee. When you buy organic coffee make sure to look for evidence of organic coffee certification on the package. U S D A organic coffee is certified by the Department of Agriculture or one of their affiliates. For example, an agency in Lima, Peru certifies much of the organic coffee and other organic food production throughout Latin America. Bio Latina organic coffee certification means that someone from their agency has personally visited the coffee farm or plantation where your coffee originated. They have also certified processing, storage, and shipping. This is no mean feat as much of the organic coffee in Latin America is grown on mountain slopes as steep as 70 degrees. Certifying organic coffee from a small grower or cooperative may mean flying to Bogota, Colombia, driving all day through mountainous terrain and then going by burro or on foot through a cloud forest to the coffee farm. It also means not only speaking Spanish but also any of a number of regional indigenous dialects. When you see a U S D A seal or seal of a certifying agency such as Bio Latina on the package when you buy organic coffee you can rest assured that you are getting organic coffee. Organic coffee is grown using sustainable agricultural practices. Growing Shade grown organic coffee helps preserve natural habitat for birds and small animals. The use of natural composting and spacing of plants helps avoid the use of toxic herbicides, insecticides, and fungicides that can too often be found in regular coffee. For a coffee grower to maintain his certification he must demonstrate on a regular basis that his growing practices, processing, storage, and shipping all conform to organic standards. He may not comingle regular coffee with organic coffee, for example. Some the best coffee in the world, such as Panama mountain grown organic coffee, is grown by families that have used the same patient and careful growing techniques for generations. Many of these growers did not have to change their way of growing coffee in order to obtain and maintain certification. They simply needed to demonstrate how they have grown and processed coffee for generations. If you would like to buy organic coffee from Panama, or anywhere in Latin America, check with us at BuyOrganicCoffee.org. We can ship selected fine organic coffee directly to your home. If you are interested in wholesale coffee from Latin America contact us at BuyOrganicCoffee.org. We speak Spanish as well as English and at BuyOrganicCoffee.org we speak organic coffee as well. http://youtu.be/i8f_Zxjz3nY
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