ANOTHER FILM CREW

Visits the urban homestead.  This one, however, happens to be from SBS TV- Seoul South Korea. They are doing a documentary about the climate change and sustainable solutions.

They said the special will air sometime in the fall and we’ll definitely give our South Korean readers a heads up on the exact air date.

Here are some of the behind the scenes photos.

Farmer D show off the many beneficial insects that thrive in the garden.

Eco gizmos and gadgets.

Justin explains how the outdoor solar shower works.

The crew enjoys a homemade, homegrown dinner.

Stay tuned for more pictures posts – animal antics, flowers, bees & butterflies and weekly meal wrap up!

Comments(2)

  1. Joe says:

    I’ve never been to South Korea, but I’ve been to Tokyo many times and I live in Shanghai. I imagine it’s similar.

    Living here, and reading your blog, I often wonder how I could do what you’re doing. I want to get involved when I return to the states, but what I see over here really saps my enthusiasim. Few people here know, or cares, about the problems with the environment. If you mention that the Chinese dolphin went extinct last year, the attitude seems to be “It’s sad, but we don’t eat it, so it’s not too bad.”

    I hope that this documentary helps raise people’s concern here in Asia!

  2. Joe says:

    I’ve never been to South Korea, but I’ve been to Tokyo many times and I live in Shanghai. I imagine it’s similar.

    Living here, and reading your blog, I often wonder how I could do what you’re doing. I want to get involved when I return to the states, but what I see over here really saps my enthusiasim. Few people here know, or cares, about the problems with the environment. If you mention that the Chinese dolphin went extinct last year, the attitude seems to be “It’s sad, but we don’t eat it, so it’s not too bad.”

    I hope that this documentary helps raise people’s concern here in Asia!

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