Because Lawlatte. History of coffee from the very beginning. What it is and how it shaped society and the high human and environmental cost.
Did you know that the UK was a coffee nation before it was a tea nation? That fun fact and a lot of other interesting tidbits are found in the video.
Informative video on the history of YouTube. If you watch YouTube, you should watch this video (from Digital Trends, as posted on (you guessed it) YouTube).
Farmers lead the way in reduction of environmental impact while – at the same time – increasing productivity.
Yes, this is a promotional message from the American Farm Bureau – but it has good and relevant facts and is a quick, 2-minute lesson on how ag really works.
You should add Millienial Farmer to your social media feed. Zach Johnson is a Minnesota Farmer that brings the world with him to work. He talks plainly about the challenges and realities of farming.
This episode finds him traveling to Florida where crops are very different from Minnesota (or Indiana). See the harvest of sugarcane and head lettuce in this video.
NOTE – this is a 20+ minute video. For more information, be sure to read the show notes.
Logistics fascinates me. Cruise ships, normally, do not because of the sheer number of passengers and staff on board. The number of passengers alone on this Cruise Ship is twice the population of my hometown. How do you feed 6,600 people each day (up to 8 meals per day)? Watch and learn.
Something beautiful for today.
Stained glass time lapse, Washington National Cathedral from Colin Winterbottom on Vimeo.