• Organic Farming in Guatemala

    I met a farmer named, celso in Panajachel, Guatemala. He let me live on the farm and learn organic farming the Guatemalan way.

    published: 08 Sep 2014
  • Guatemala - Organic Coffee Farmers - Manos Campensinas Cooperative

    Visit a family farm in Guatemala. This footage is from Manos Campensinas Cooperative, one of Pachamama Coffee's member owners.

    published: 10 Apr 2010
  • Final Video Tour, Building Organic Free Range Chicken Farm in Guatemala for Poor Family

    Day 10, the final day of construction of this Organic, Free Range Chicken Farm built in Guatemala, for a poor family of four. Michael Pinson provides a full detailed tour of the 1700 square foot project built. A charity project to provide sustainable food and income for a single family suffering from extreme poverty. This is Organic Free Range Chicken Farm for this poor family in Guatemala. They had no electricity and no running water in their home when we started this project. We built 80 egg laying nests for hens that will produce an average of 3,200 eggs per month, with an additional 42 breeding bests that will produce 320 new chicks per month once in full peek production. The farm was stocked with two adult roosters and 40 adult hens. 25 hens where put into breeding production ...

    published: 09 Nov 2015
  • Tacorazon Founder Talks Organic Food Revolution in Guatemala

    Jesse Schauben is the founder of Tacorazon, a fast food restaurant that buys produce from Tierra Verde. Because of Tierra Verde, Jesse is able to purchase organic food at an accessible price. This allows Tacorazon to provide fresh organic food to clients without breaking their budget. This cycle supports sustainable, healthy food that can ultimately change the communities and economy surrounding Quetzaltenango.

    published: 21 Jan 2016
  • Organic Farming Revolutionizing Guatemala Communities

    Organic Farming Revolutionizing Guatemala Communities

    published: 22 Sep 2014
  • Introduction to Permaculture at Atitlan Organics

    www.atitlanorganics.com/introduction-to-permaculture Spend six days and six nights studying permaculture in Tzununa, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala, Central America. Atitlan Organics offers weeklong permaculture intensives almost every month. This permaculture course is not the design certification course, but a shorter, more intensive permaculture course that provides a solid foundation and climate independent knowledge and principles. We are very proud of the weeklong intensives and want to spread the word. Get Your Permaculture Playing Cards here: https://permies.com/wiki/57503f33/digital-market/digital-market/Permaculture-Playing-Cards

    published: 01 Nov 2015
  • Organic Permaculture Farm at Lake Atitlan Guatemala

    CLICK ‘SHOW MORE’ 7 Kids, 10 Years, 30 Countries **FREE REPORT**: How We've Funded 10 Years of Family Travel http://worldschoolfamily.org/funding-... Learn more about us: http://worldschoolfamily.org/about-us Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/worldschool... Follow on Facebook: http://facebook.com/worldschoolfamily

    published: 25 Feb 2014
  • Touring A New Coffee Farm In Guatemala

    Finca Armenia. A 120-year-old family coffee farm. Meet Teddy; 4th generation coffee farmer in San Marcos, Guatemala. Many German families came to the area in the 1800's in search of a better life. These family farms produce some of the world's best coffees. --- For nearly 40 years San Francisco Bay Coffee has been committed to producing the finest coffee anywhere and "doing good where ever we do business". Now with more than 4 brands of coffee and tea, our family of products are available in stores across the country including Costco, HEB, Ralye’s and Safeway as well as the major online retailer, Amazon.com. Our approach to farming, milling, roasting, packaging and selling coffee is different than any other company. By going straight to source, we are able to focus on farming innovatio...

    published: 22 Sep 2017
  • Day 9 Construction of the Free Range Organic Chicken Farm in Guatemala for a Poor Family

    Day 9 of the construction project...we say it is day 8 in the video...blooper..it is day 9. FarmingForProsperity.org funded, designed and built this project. We hired six workers from the village to build this project. Michael Pinson provides details of this 1700 square foot, Free Range Organic Chicken farm for a family of 4 in Guatemala. This charity project provides sustainable food and income for a single family suffering from extreme poverty. This is Organic Free Range Chicken Farm for this poor family in Guatemala. They had no electricity and no running water in their home when we started this project. We built 80 egg laying nests for hens that will produce an average of 3,200 eggs per month, with an additional 42 breeding bests that will produce 320 new chicks per month once in f...

    published: 06 Nov 2015
  • Making all natural organic salad dressing in Guatemala!

    If you dont like that salad dressing where they put that corn sugar crap in your salad dressing just make your own!

    published: 07 Oct 2016
  • caoba organic farms in Antigua Guatemala.

    30TH SEPTEMBER 2017 | ANTIGUA, GUATEMALA I visited the organic Caoba Farms in Antigua. It felt so good being around the veggies in this place. Hope you'll enjoy watching and don't forget to be awesome today! At this moment I'm traveling solo through mainly Guatemala. In the next weeks I'm visiting San Marcos, San Pedro and Panajachel. In a few weeks I'll go to Mexico, so stay tuned for more backpacking videos! ♡If you'd love to see more, don't forget to click and subscribe and push the bell button to get notified when there is a new video! ❊FOLLOW ME❊ ▷Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/fullytoday/ ▷Twitter | https://twitter.com/fullytoday ❊OTHER PLAYLISTS❊ ▷Corfu, Greece | https://goo.gl/QMExGM ▷Vegan Challenge | https://goo.gl/sEVyV4 Much love, Elleke

    published: 05 Nov 2017
  • Organic Coffee and Honey Co-Operative in Guatemala Video

    Please SUBSCRIBE to update more interesting videos: YOUTUBE ► : https://goo.gl/8dxeKD G+ ► : https://goo.gl/7WZGoe FACEBOOK ► : https://goo.gl/XuhPP8 TWITTER ► : https://goo.gl/GkmeAm ========================================== Bees produces honey out of the nectar they take from various types of flower. The honey is a sweet food with amazing healing properties. It is sweeter and healthier than sugar and therefore is used to prepare a countless delicious dishes. Honey gathering was an activity practiced on a large scale in ancient times. It is said that 10000 years ago, people were using honey to prepare their food. In ancient Egypt honey was used to prepare various dishes but also to embalm the dead bodies. For the ancient Romans, honey had such a great ...

    published: 12 Jan 2018
  • Semuc champey guatemala - The most exciting Natural/Organic Pools in the world

    Semuc champey guatemala - Travel Video. The most exciting Natural/Organic Pool in the world. After a hike through the Guatemalan jungle, I found paradise. The natural limestone bridge & turquoise blue pools of Semuc Champey had revealed themselves. From the town of Lanquin, the national park of Semuc Champey is a bumpy and winding 30 minute pickup-truck ride into the jungle. Standing in the back of the truck, you get a great view of the scenery around you. Then the Cahabòn River comes into view for the first time. The color is incredible. A strong bright turquoise blue that sharply stands out from the surrounding green jungle.

    published: 30 Aug 2016
  • Momostenango, organic wool dyes , Guatemala Part 1

    Don Luis Ajtun decribes the process of making organic dyes for coloring wool at his home/studio in Momostenango. English translation is included.

    published: 20 Nov 2009
  • Final Touches for the Organic Free Range Chicken Farm in Guatemala

    Reviews how to house new one day old chicks at the farm. FarmingForProsperity.org funded, designed and built this project. We hired six workers from the village to build this project. Michael Pinson provides details of this 1700 square foot, Free Range Organic Chicken farm for a family of 4 in Guatemala. This charity project provides sustainable food and income for a single family suffering from extreme poverty. This is Organic Free Range Chicken Farm for this poor family in Guatemala. They had no electricity and no running water in their home when we started this project. We built 80 egg laying nests for hens that will produce an average of 3,200 eggs per month, with an additional 42 breeding bests that will produce 320 new chicks per month once in full peek production. The farm wa...

    published: 07 Nov 2015
  • Caoba Farmer's Market-Antigua, Guatemala

    Caoba Farms is an organic farm in the heart of Antigua. It's 3 acres of both local an exotic fruits and vegetable. They sell amazing organic and whole food products in their onsite store and hold the largest organic seed bank in Central America. They also have a volunteer program I've signed up to and host a monthly farmer's market and fair.

    published: 08 Dec 2015
  • Frontier Co-op Organic Cardamom Sourcing in Guatemala

    Come with sourcing expert Kai Stark to Guatemala, and meet the small farming cooperative of indigenous Maya families who grow our organic cardamom.

    published: 18 Oct 2010
  • Adopt-a-Village in Guatemala: Food Security and Sustainable Agriculture

    VISIT adoptavillage.com FOR MORE INFO AND OPPORTUNITIES TO SUPPORT Adopt-a-Village in Guatemala is a small, grassroots non-profit that works with remote villages in the rugged northwestern highlands region. This is an area of extreme poverty with few public services or other forms of assistance. AAV partners with leaders of these Mayan villages to build a more promising and sustainable future for their children by providing education and other critical support. The Mayan Center, first and only agro-forestry training school in the department of Huehuetengo, offers training in sustainable organic vegetable growing, bringing food, nutrition, and hope to Mayan families.

    published: 12 Sep 2011
  • Tour educacional organic nails republica de GUatemala

    Video de Selenne canel.organic

    published: 10 Nov 2017
  • The process of Organic Coffee in Guatemala

    We went to La Voz coffee plantation in San Juan la Laguna in Lake Atitlan in Guatemala to check out the process of organic farming. Music: Lovely Afternoon Breeze

    published: 30 Dec 2017
  • Lorenzo from Valhalla Organic Macadamia Nut Finca in Guatemala

    Lorenzo from Valhalla Organic Macadamia Nut farm in Guatemala reminisces about his ex-neighbor who, disregarding Lornzo's advice, purchased macadamia trees from Hawaii that didn't work out at the 5200 ft elevation and lost his shirt.

    published: 16 Apr 2013
  • Guatemala Handspun Cotton & Backstrap Weaving - Yoga Retreat

    See http://www.yogaressa.wordpress.com/yoga-retreats for our latest yoga retreat in Guatemala. In the highlands of Guatemala, the Casa Flor Ixcaco is a women's weaving cooperative dedicated to preserving the art of cotton spinning and weaving. They make 100% natural products from organic cotton and natural dyes, using methods passed down from their ancestors over many generations. On our yoga retreats, we always choose eco-resorts and excursions who support the local communities, making a positive difference. At this co-op in San Juan La Laguna, on Lake Atitlán, Guatemala, watch how a handful of fluffy natural cotton becomes an exquisite handwoven shawl, through these ancient cotton spinning, dyeing and weaving techniques. Many of the artisans we met in the villages of Lake Atitlán are s...

    published: 01 Mar 2017
  • Not Enough Room For An Organic Garden? Think Again. See How Families In Guatemala Are Doing It.

    -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Health Workers in Haiti: A Day in the Life" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZR2l338Kd7o -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-

    published: 12 Nov 2014
  • Pollo criollo en salsa - Organic Chicken Soup -(Peace Corps Guatemala)

    Peace Corps Guatemala Volunteer Elisa visits Doña Rosa as she prepares a typical dish from San Bartolome Jocotenango, Quiche, Guatemala. - Vountaria de Cuerpo de Paz, Elisa, visita Doña Rosa que nos enseña comó hacer una comida tipica de su pueblo. Video in Spanish with English subtitles

    published: 23 Aug 2015
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Organic Farming in Guatemala

Organic Farming in Guatemala

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  • Updated: 08 Sep 2014
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I met a farmer named, celso in Panajachel, Guatemala. He let me live on the farm and learn organic farming the Guatemalan way.
https://wn.com/Organic_Farming_In_Guatemala
Guatemala - Organic Coffee Farmers - Manos Campensinas Cooperative

Guatemala - Organic Coffee Farmers - Manos Campensinas Cooperative

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Visit a family farm in Guatemala. This footage is from Manos Campensinas Cooperative, one of Pachamama Coffee's member owners.
https://wn.com/Guatemala_Organic_Coffee_Farmers_Manos_Campensinas_Cooperative
Final Video Tour, Building Organic Free Range Chicken Farm in Guatemala for Poor Family

Final Video Tour, Building Organic Free Range Chicken Farm in Guatemala for Poor Family

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  • Updated: 09 Nov 2015
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Day 10, the final day of construction of this Organic, Free Range Chicken Farm built in Guatemala, for a poor family of four. Michael Pinson provides a full detailed tour of the 1700 square foot project built. A charity project to provide sustainable food and income for a single family suffering from extreme poverty. This is Organic Free Range Chicken Farm for this poor family in Guatemala. They had no electricity and no running water in their home when we started this project. We built 80 egg laying nests for hens that will produce an average of 3,200 eggs per month, with an additional 42 breeding bests that will produce 320 new chicks per month once in full peek production. The farm was stocked with two adult roosters and 40 adult hens. 25 hens where put into breeding production on day one which will produce 160 to 200 new chicks per month, and 15 hens where put into egg production that will produce 312 fresh eggs per month on day one. As the farm breeding expands, so will the food and income produced. Full production is 150-170 egg laying hens and 40-42 breeding hens. Two egg laying hens rotate in one nest. As we need one nest per breeding hen because we need the hen to sit on her 8 to 11 eggs each month for 21 days to hatch them. In this farming model of starting with 25 hens for breeding, there will be about 160 new birds per month. Half of those birds are put into egg production until there are 150 to 170 laying hens in production. About 5-10 additional birds are kept and added to breeding until there are 40-42 hens in breeding production. The balance of new birds each month is food or sold for income. Once there are 28 breeding hens, the farm must install a third rooster. Under this farming model, the farm will be in peak production in six to seven months, producing an average of 3,200 fresh eggs, plus an additional 320 new birds per month. Products Sold for Income: Free Range Eggs Free Range Live Adult Chickens Free Range Live Chicks (Current Market Price is $1.10 retail / $0.65 wholesale price for a 1 day old chick) Meat Production Chicken Manure Mixed with Wood Shavings This farming model also provides sustainable food for the family. The chicken manure is sold, or even used for the family organic garden. We empower families to turn hunger and poverty into hope and prosperity. We link communities and help bring sustainable agriculture and commerce to areas of poverty. Our animals provide partners with both food and reliable income, as agricultural products, such as eggs, milk, cheese, and meat, that can be traded or sold at market. We help provide support to existing trade schools and organizations in villages, while we also purchase products from small family businesses for re-sale in the United States. The profits from these sales helps subsidize our organization to provide additional support to those same villages. Our business and trade educational programs and models help provide additional sustainable income to families which can be used to reduce malnutrition, while providing education and better healthcare to children. Founded by businessman Michael Pinson. "Farming for Prosperity" is a project of the Pinson Foundation, Inc., State of Florida DOC #N06000004774, a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization registered with the IRS EIN #20-4798342 . The Pinson Foundation, Inc. is registered as doing business as “Farming for Prosperity”, State of Florida registration # G15000096852
https://wn.com/Final_Video_Tour,_Building_Organic_Free_Range_Chicken_Farm_In_Guatemala_For_Poor_Family
Tacorazon Founder Talks Organic Food Revolution in Guatemala

Tacorazon Founder Talks Organic Food Revolution in Guatemala

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  • Updated: 21 Jan 2016
  • views: 171
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Jesse Schauben is the founder of Tacorazon, a fast food restaurant that buys produce from Tierra Verde. Because of Tierra Verde, Jesse is able to purchase organic food at an accessible price. This allows Tacorazon to provide fresh organic food to clients without breaking their budget. This cycle supports sustainable, healthy food that can ultimately change the communities and economy surrounding Quetzaltenango.
https://wn.com/Tacorazon_Founder_Talks_Organic_Food_Revolution_In_Guatemala
Organic Farming Revolutionizing Guatemala Communities

Organic Farming Revolutionizing Guatemala Communities

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  • Updated: 22 Sep 2014
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Organic Farming Revolutionizing Guatemala Communities
https://wn.com/Organic_Farming_Revolutionizing_Guatemala_Communities
Introduction to Permaculture at Atitlan Organics

Introduction to Permaculture at Atitlan Organics

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  • Updated: 01 Nov 2015
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www.atitlanorganics.com/introduction-to-permaculture Spend six days and six nights studying permaculture in Tzununa, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala, Central America. Atitlan Organics offers weeklong permaculture intensives almost every month. This permaculture course is not the design certification course, but a shorter, more intensive permaculture course that provides a solid foundation and climate independent knowledge and principles. We are very proud of the weeklong intensives and want to spread the word. Get Your Permaculture Playing Cards here: https://permies.com/wiki/57503f33/digital-market/digital-market/Permaculture-Playing-Cards
https://wn.com/Introduction_To_Permaculture_At_Atitlan_Organics
Organic Permaculture Farm at Lake Atitlan Guatemala

Organic Permaculture Farm at Lake Atitlan Guatemala

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  • Updated: 25 Feb 2014
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Touring A New Coffee Farm In Guatemala

Touring A New Coffee Farm In Guatemala

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  • Updated: 22 Sep 2017
  • views: 385
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Finca Armenia. A 120-year-old family coffee farm. Meet Teddy; 4th generation coffee farmer in San Marcos, Guatemala. Many German families came to the area in the 1800's in search of a better life. These family farms produce some of the world's best coffees. --- For nearly 40 years San Francisco Bay Coffee has been committed to producing the finest coffee anywhere and "doing good where ever we do business". Now with more than 4 brands of coffee and tea, our family of products are available in stores across the country including Costco, HEB, Ralye’s and Safeway as well as the major online retailer, Amazon.com. Our approach to farming, milling, roasting, packaging and selling coffee is different than any other company. By going straight to source, we are able to focus on farming innovations that preserve natural habitats, yielding a better tasting product. We focus on packaging improvements to reduce the environmental impact even further and we constantly focus on quality control. All of this combined, improves the lives of everyone we do business with. With organic coffee farms, environmentally friendly single serve OneCups, and the conversion of our entire roasting and packaging facility to solar power, San Francisco Bay Coffee is leading the coffee industry in “going green”. Our mission has been to build a company that reflects our values and resonates with customers and employees alike, in a way that makes them feel like family. --- Subscribe To Our Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/SFBCoffee --- SOCIAL Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/SanFranciscoBayGourmetCoffee Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/sfbcoffee/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/SFBcoffee Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/SFBCoffee/ --- BLOGS www.SanFranciscoBayCoffee.com www.RogersFamilyco.com --- ECOMMERCE www.Gourmet-Coffee.com --- JOIN OUR NEWSLETTER Subscribe to our newsletter for exclusive deals & get 15% off your first order with us https://www.gourmet-coffee.com/subscribe
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Day 9 Construction of the Free Range Organic Chicken Farm in Guatemala for a Poor Family

Day 9 Construction of the Free Range Organic Chicken Farm in Guatemala for a Poor Family

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  • Updated: 06 Nov 2015
  • views: 2791
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Day 9 of the construction project...we say it is day 8 in the video...blooper..it is day 9. FarmingForProsperity.org funded, designed and built this project. We hired six workers from the village to build this project. Michael Pinson provides details of this 1700 square foot, Free Range Organic Chicken farm for a family of 4 in Guatemala. This charity project provides sustainable food and income for a single family suffering from extreme poverty. This is Organic Free Range Chicken Farm for this poor family in Guatemala. They had no electricity and no running water in their home when we started this project. We built 80 egg laying nests for hens that will produce an average of 3,200 eggs per month, with an additional 42 breeding bests that will produce 320 new chicks per month once in full peek production. The farm was stocked with two adult roosters and 40 adult hens. 25 hens where put into breeding production on day one which will produce 160 to 200 new chicks per month, and 15 hens where put into egg production that will produce 312 fresh eggs per month on day one. As the farm breeding expands, so will the food and income produced. Full production is 150-170 egg laying hens and 40-42 breeding hens. Two egg laying hens rotate in one nest. As we need one nest per breeding hen because we need the hen to sit on her 8 to 11 eggs each month for 21 days to hatch them. In this farming model of starting with 25 hens for breeding, there will be about 160 new birds per month. Half of those birds are put into egg production until there are 150 to 170 laying hens in production. About 5-10 additional birds are kept and added to breeding until there are 40-42 hens in breeding production. The balance of new birds each month is food or sold for income. Once there are 28 breeding hens, the farm must install a third rooster. Under this farming model, the farm will be in peak production in six to seven months, producing an average of 3,200 fresh eggs, plus an additional 320 new birds per month. Products Sold for Income: Free Range Eggs Free Range Live Adult Chickens Free Range Live Chicks (Current Market Price is $1.10 retail / $0.65 wholesale price for a 1 day old chick) Meat Production Chicken Manure Mixed with Wood Shavings This farming model also provides sustainable food for the family. The chicken manure is sold, or even used for the family organic garden. We empower families to turn hunger and poverty into hope and prosperity. We link communities and help bring sustainable agriculture and commerce to areas of poverty. Our animals provide partners with both food and reliable income, as agricultural products, such as eggs, milk, cheese, and meat, that can be traded or sold at market. We help provide support to existing trade schools and organizations in villages, while we also purchase products from small family businesses for re-sale in the United States. The profits from these sales helps subsidize our organization to provide additional support to those same villages. Our business and trade educational programs and models help provide additional sustainable income to families which can be used to reduce malnutrition, while providing education and better healthcare to children. Founded by businessman Michael Pinson. "Farming for Prosperity" is a project of the Pinson Foundation, Inc., State of Florida DOC #N06000004774, a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization registered with the IRS EIN #20-4798342 . The Pinson Foundation, Inc. is registered as doing business as “Farming for Prosperity”, State of Florida registration # G15000096852
https://wn.com/Day_9_Construction_Of_The_Free_Range_Organic_Chicken_Farm_In_Guatemala_For_A_Poor_Family
Making all natural organic salad dressing in Guatemala!

Making all natural organic salad dressing in Guatemala!

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  • Updated: 07 Oct 2016
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If you dont like that salad dressing where they put that corn sugar crap in your salad dressing just make your own!
https://wn.com/Making_All_Natural_Organic_Salad_Dressing_In_Guatemala
caoba organic farms in Antigua Guatemala.

caoba organic farms in Antigua Guatemala.

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  • Updated: 05 Nov 2017
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30TH SEPTEMBER 2017 | ANTIGUA, GUATEMALA I visited the organic Caoba Farms in Antigua. It felt so good being around the veggies in this place. Hope you'll enjoy watching and don't forget to be awesome today! At this moment I'm traveling solo through mainly Guatemala. In the next weeks I'm visiting San Marcos, San Pedro and Panajachel. In a few weeks I'll go to Mexico, so stay tuned for more backpacking videos! ♡If you'd love to see more, don't forget to click and subscribe and push the bell button to get notified when there is a new video! ❊FOLLOW ME❊ ▷Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/fullytoday/ ▷Twitter | https://twitter.com/fullytoday ❊OTHER PLAYLISTS❊ ▷Corfu, Greece | https://goo.gl/QMExGM ▷Vegan Challenge | https://goo.gl/sEVyV4 Much love, Elleke
https://wn.com/Caoba_Organic_Farms_In_Antigua_Guatemala.
Organic Coffee and Honey Co-Operative in Guatemala Video

Organic Coffee and Honey Co-Operative in Guatemala Video

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  • Updated: 12 Jan 2018
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Please SUBSCRIBE to update more interesting videos: YOUTUBE ► : https://goo.gl/8dxeKD G+ ► : https://goo.gl/7WZGoe FACEBOOK ► : https://goo.gl/XuhPP8 TWITTER ► : https://goo.gl/GkmeAm ========================================== Bees produces honey out of the nectar they take from various types of flower. The honey is a sweet food with amazing healing properties. It is sweeter and healthier than sugar and therefore is used to prepare a countless delicious dishes. Honey gathering was an activity practiced on a large scale in ancient times. It is said that 10000 years ago, people were using honey to prepare their food. In ancient Egypt honey was used to prepare various dishes but also to embalm the dead bodies. For the ancient Romans, honey had such a great value, that often it was used instead of gold for paying the taxes. The ancient Greeks used honey to cure inflammations and cuts. They also considered that honey was the Goods' food and therefore they used it in religious rituals. The Maya population, living in South America also used honey to prepare their food. Even during the Middle Ages, when the majority of diseases were considered a sing of divine punishment and therefore not treated properly, honey was used to relieve the pain caused by various aches and pains. Unfortunately, honey ceased to be used as a medicine after the Word War II, due to the invention and large scale usage of antibiotics. Honey-jars In the Holy Bible, in both the Old and the New Testament, there are numerous references to honey. For the Hindu people honey is one of the five elixirs of immortality, while for the Jewish people it symbolizes the beginning of the New Year. During the traditional New Year lunch, pieces of apple are soaked into honey to bring happiness during the year to come. For Buddhists, honey is very important, especially during the Madhu Purnima festival, which is celebrated in India and Bangladesh. The Koran followers claim that Mohamed recommended the consumption of honey for therapeutic reasons. Honey is made of: water, carbohydrates, fructose, glucose, sucrose, proteins, amino acids, vitamins and various minerals. The honey has many therapeutical benefits. The honey has antiseptic and anti-bacterial properties which have recently been explained through scientific methods. The reduced activity of water in honey determines the osmosis and thus the honey actions like an antibiotic being a very good treatment for bowels problems. The nutritious values of honey are extremely important. Honey contains carbohydrates and polyphenols. These antioxidants prevent and treat colon problems. They also strengthen the immune system and reduce the level of cholesterol. It is important to know that honey is a miraculous food that never expires. It is said that the archeologists have found honey jars in tombs having more than 2000 years of age. When they opened the jars and tasted the honey within, this was still sweet and flavored. =========================================== Please SUBSCRIBE to update more interesting videos: YOUTUBE ► : https://goo.gl/8dxeKD G+ ► : https://goo.gl/7WZGoe FACEBOOK ► : https://goo.gl/XuhPP8 TWITTER ► : https://goo.gl/GkmeAm ========================================== #honey #bee #royaljelly #honeybee #beehoney #beepollen #beeswax #beepropolis #purehoney #rawhoney #honeymask #eatinghoney #abeehoney
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Semuc champey guatemala - The most exciting Natural/Organic Pools in the world

Semuc champey guatemala - The most exciting Natural/Organic Pools in the world

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  • Updated: 30 Aug 2016
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Semuc champey guatemala - Travel Video. The most exciting Natural/Organic Pool in the world. After a hike through the Guatemalan jungle, I found paradise. The natural limestone bridge & turquoise blue pools of Semuc Champey had revealed themselves. From the town of Lanquin, the national park of Semuc Champey is a bumpy and winding 30 minute pickup-truck ride into the jungle. Standing in the back of the truck, you get a great view of the scenery around you. Then the Cahabòn River comes into view for the first time. The color is incredible. A strong bright turquoise blue that sharply stands out from the surrounding green jungle.
https://wn.com/Semuc_Champey_Guatemala_The_Most_Exciting_Natural_Organic_Pools_In_The_World
Momostenango, organic wool dyes , Guatemala Part 1

Momostenango, organic wool dyes , Guatemala Part 1

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  • Updated: 20 Nov 2009
  • views: 423
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Don Luis Ajtun decribes the process of making organic dyes for coloring wool at his home/studio in Momostenango. English translation is included.
https://wn.com/Momostenango,_Organic_Wool_Dyes_,_Guatemala_Part_1
Final Touches for the Organic Free Range Chicken Farm in Guatemala

Final Touches for the Organic Free Range Chicken Farm in Guatemala

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  • Updated: 07 Nov 2015
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Reviews how to house new one day old chicks at the farm. FarmingForProsperity.org funded, designed and built this project. We hired six workers from the village to build this project. Michael Pinson provides details of this 1700 square foot, Free Range Organic Chicken farm for a family of 4 in Guatemala. This charity project provides sustainable food and income for a single family suffering from extreme poverty. This is Organic Free Range Chicken Farm for this poor family in Guatemala. They had no electricity and no running water in their home when we started this project. We built 80 egg laying nests for hens that will produce an average of 3,200 eggs per month, with an additional 42 breeding bests that will produce 320 new chicks per month once in full peek production. The farm was stocked with two adult roosters and 40 adult hens. 25 hens where put into breeding production on day one which will produce 160 to 200 new chicks per month, and 15 hens where put into egg production that will produce 312 fresh eggs per month on day one. As the farm breeding expands, so will the food and income produced. Full production is 150-170 egg laying hens and 40-42 breeding hens. Two egg laying hens rotate in one nest. As we need one nest per breeding hen because we need the hen to sit on her 8 to 11 eggs each month for 21 days to hatch them. In this farming model of starting with 25 hens for breeding, there will be about 160 new birds per month. Half of those birds are put into egg production until there are 150 to 170 laying hens in production. About 5-10 additional birds are kept and added to breeding until there are 40-42 hens in breeding production. The balance of new birds each month is food or sold for income. Once there are 28 breeding hens, the farm must install a third rooster. Under this farming model, the farm will be in peak production in six to seven months, producing an average of 3,200 fresh eggs, plus an additional 320 new birds per month. Products Sold for Income: Free Range Eggs Free Range Live Adult Chickens Free Range Live Chicks (Current Market Price is $1.10 retail / $0.65 wholesale price for a 1 day old chick) Meat Production Chicken Manure Mixed with Wood Shavings This farming model also provides sustainable food for the family. The chicken manure is sold, or even used for the family organic garden. We empower families to turn hunger and poverty into hope and prosperity. We link communities and help bring sustainable agriculture and commerce to areas of poverty. Our animals provide partners with both food and reliable income, as agricultural products, such as eggs, milk, cheese, and meat, that can be traded or sold at market. We help provide support to existing trade schools and organizations in villages, while we also purchase products from small family businesses for re-sale in the United States. The profits from these sales helps subsidize our organization to provide additional support to those same villages. Our business and trade educational programs and models help provide additional sustainable income to families which can be used to reduce malnutrition, while providing education and better healthcare to children. Founded by businessman Michael Pinson. "Farming for Prosperity" is a project of the Pinson Foundation, Inc., State of Florida DOC #N06000004774, a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization registered with the IRS EIN #20-4798342 . The Pinson Foundation, Inc. is registered as doing business as “Farming for Prosperity”, State of Florida registration # G15000096852
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Caoba Farmer's Market-Antigua, Guatemala

Caoba Farmer's Market-Antigua, Guatemala

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Caoba Farms is an organic farm in the heart of Antigua. It's 3 acres of both local an exotic fruits and vegetable. They sell amazing organic and whole food products in their onsite store and hold the largest organic seed bank in Central America. They also have a volunteer program I've signed up to and host a monthly farmer's market and fair.
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Frontier Co-op Organic Cardamom Sourcing in Guatemala

Frontier Co-op Organic Cardamom Sourcing in Guatemala

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Come with sourcing expert Kai Stark to Guatemala, and meet the small farming cooperative of indigenous Maya families who grow our organic cardamom.
https://wn.com/Frontier_Co_Op_Organic_Cardamom_Sourcing_In_Guatemala
Adopt-a-Village in Guatemala: Food Security and Sustainable Agriculture

Adopt-a-Village in Guatemala: Food Security and Sustainable Agriculture

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VISIT adoptavillage.com FOR MORE INFO AND OPPORTUNITIES TO SUPPORT Adopt-a-Village in Guatemala is a small, grassroots non-profit that works with remote villages in the rugged northwestern highlands region. This is an area of extreme poverty with few public services or other forms of assistance. AAV partners with leaders of these Mayan villages to build a more promising and sustainable future for their children by providing education and other critical support. The Mayan Center, first and only agro-forestry training school in the department of Huehuetengo, offers training in sustainable organic vegetable growing, bringing food, nutrition, and hope to Mayan families.
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Tour educacional organic nails republica de GUatemala

Tour educacional organic nails republica de GUatemala

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Video de Selenne canel.organic
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The process of Organic Coffee in Guatemala

The process of Organic Coffee in Guatemala

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We went to La Voz coffee plantation in San Juan la Laguna in Lake Atitlan in Guatemala to check out the process of organic farming. Music: Lovely Afternoon Breeze
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Lorenzo from Valhalla Organic Macadamia Nut Finca in Guatemala

Lorenzo from Valhalla Organic Macadamia Nut Finca in Guatemala

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Lorenzo from Valhalla Organic Macadamia Nut farm in Guatemala reminisces about his ex-neighbor who, disregarding Lornzo's advice, purchased macadamia trees from Hawaii that didn't work out at the 5200 ft elevation and lost his shirt.
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Guatemala Handspun Cotton & Backstrap Weaving - Yoga Retreat

Guatemala Handspun Cotton & Backstrap Weaving - Yoga Retreat

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See http://www.yogaressa.wordpress.com/yoga-retreats for our latest yoga retreat in Guatemala. In the highlands of Guatemala, the Casa Flor Ixcaco is a women's weaving cooperative dedicated to preserving the art of cotton spinning and weaving. They make 100% natural products from organic cotton and natural dyes, using methods passed down from their ancestors over many generations. On our yoga retreats, we always choose eco-resorts and excursions who support the local communities, making a positive difference. At this co-op in San Juan La Laguna, on Lake Atitlán, Guatemala, watch how a handful of fluffy natural cotton becomes an exquisite handwoven shawl, through these ancient cotton spinning, dyeing and weaving techniques. Many of the artisans we met in the villages of Lake Atitlán are single mothers, proud of their handcraft and grateful for the opportunity to create a better future for their children. You can support them by buying products through Fair Trade co-ops such as Casa Flor Ixcaco, who foster education and scholarships.
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Not Enough Room For An Organic Garden? Think Again. See How Families In Guatemala Are Doing It.

Not Enough Room For An Organic Garden? Think Again. See How Families In Guatemala Are Doing It.

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Pollo criollo en salsa - Organic Chicken Soup -(Peace Corps Guatemala)

Pollo criollo en salsa - Organic Chicken Soup -(Peace Corps Guatemala)

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Peace Corps Guatemala Volunteer Elisa visits Doña Rosa as she prepares a typical dish from San Bartolome Jocotenango, Quiche, Guatemala. - Vountaria de Cuerpo de Paz, Elisa, visita Doña Rosa que nos enseña comó hacer una comida tipica de su pueblo. Video in Spanish with English subtitles
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