My World Too

My World Too tackles global issues such as food production, clean energy and housing, among other topics. This series shares inspirational stories of environmental stewardship, organic practices, and Earth-friendly innovations that viewers can learn from and apply in their own lives.

Distributed by: American Public Television (APT)
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Whoof, Nile Valley Aquaponics, Greenfield Robotics

Episode #101 · In this episode of My World Too we learn about an organization called WHOOF USA that encourages getting in the dirt with hands-on mentoring at organic farms across the nation. Next we visit an aquaponic greenhouse in the heart of the inner city growing Tilapia fish and fresh produce while teaching the community how to grow healthy options combatting urban food insecurity. We travel to the heart of the bread basket to visit a high-tech start up that is promoting chemical-free large scale farming with the help of robots.

Missouri Organic Recycling, New Roots for Refugees, Community Rebuild

Episode #102 · The My World Too crew visits a company turning tons of commercial food waste back into healthy compost for gardening, keeping organic matter out of the landfill. Immigrant refugee families from Asia are mentored in the US to start family-run small farms to sell produce in the local farmer's markets. In Moab Utah we meet a team of people building sustainable homes out of straw.

Rebecca's Apothecary, K-State Research Farm, The Battery Tour

Episode #103 · Similar to a pharmacy from 200 years ago we explore an herbal apothecary in Boulder, Colorado. A state university is using the earth as their classroom for local growers eager to learn farm to market organic practices. AY Young a global leader on sustainability with the UN, powers his Battery Tour music and his global mission with solar energy.

House Built From Scraps, Urban Lumber, Colorado Lavender Farm

Episode #104 · Meet a midwest couple that built their dream home mostly from free materials on Craig's List and discarded timber. Visit a mill that specializes in urban lumber from trees damaged by storms or cut down for expansion in the city. Take in the beauty and aroma of a world-class lavender farm in western Colorado.

Upcycling: Making Old New Again, Preserving Heirloom Seeds

Episode #105 · Meet makers and creators that bring a new life to old materials from fashion design to microscopes. A family seed company in the Missouri Ozarks is collecting, saving and selling seed varieties from all across the globe.

The Bee Store, Regenerative Farming, A Free Fare City Transit System

Episode #106 · Imagine a story dedicated to the hobby and business of beekeeping and all things honey. We visit the regenerative farm of Hank Wills editor at large for Mother Earth News where he practices what he preaches. Learn how and why a major US city provides free fares for all city buses and street car system.

Passive Solar, Tree Waste Into Mulch, Glass Bottle Recycling

Episode #107 · Learn how it is all in the planning to create a home that is efficient as it is beautiful nestled on the front range of the Rockies. Visit a company that turns yard waste and tree debris into garden mulch for the retail market. Learn how a company keeps literally millions of glass bottles out of the landfill and makes new glass with less energy to make more bottles.

Sustainable Architecture For Our Future, A Tiny Homes Community

Episode #108 · Visit an architecture firm with an emphasis on sustainable design, building for a better future in a time of climate change and limited carbon resources. Next we visit an entire neighborhood of tiny homes dedicated to helping homeless US veterans.

Whoof, Nile Valley Aquaponics, Greenfield Robotics

Episode #101 · In this episode of My World Too we learn about an organization called WHOOF USA that encourages getting in the dirt with hands-on mentoring at organic farms across the nation. Next we visit an aquaponic greenhouse in the heart of the inner city growing Tilapia fish and fresh produce while teaching the community how to grow healthy options combatting urban food insecurity. We travel to the heart of the bread basket to visit a high-tech start up that is promoting chemical-free large scale farming with the help of robots.

Missouri Organic Recycling, New Roots for Refugees, Community Rebuild

Episode #102 · The My World Too crew visits a company turning tons of commercial food waste back into healthy compost for gardening, keeping organic matter out of the landfill. Immigrant refugee families from Asia are mentored in the US to start family-run small farms to sell produce in the local farmer's markets. In Moab Utah we meet a team of people building sustainable homes out of straw.

Rebecca's Apothecary, K-State Research Farm, The Battery Tour

Episode #103 · Similar to a pharmacy from 200 years ago we explore an herbal apothecary in Boulder, Colorado. A state university is using the earth as their classroom for local growers eager to learn farm to market organic practices. AY Young a global leader on sustainability with the UN, powers his Battery Tour music and his global mission with solar energy.

House Built From Scraps, Urban Lumber, Colorado Lavender Farm

Episode #104 · Meet a midwest couple that built their dream home mostly from free materials on Craig's List and discarded timber. Visit a mill that specializes in urban lumber from trees damaged by storms or cut down for expansion in the city. Take in the beauty and aroma of a world-class lavender farm in western Colorado.

Upcycling: Making Old New Again, Preserving Heirloom Seeds

Episode #105 · Meet makers and creators that bring a new life to old materials from fashion design to microscopes. A family seed company in the Missouri Ozarks is collecting, saving and selling seed varieties from all across the globe.

The Bee Store, Regenerative Farming, A Free Fare City Transit System

Episode #106 · Imagine a story dedicated to the hobby and business of beekeeping and all things honey. We visit the regenerative farm of Hank Wills editor at large for Mother Earth News where he practices what he preaches. Learn how and why a major US city provides free fares for all city buses and street car system.

Passive Solar, Tree Waste Into Mulch, Glass Bottle Recycling

Episode #107 · Learn how it is all in the planning to create a home that is efficient as it is beautiful nestled on the front range of the Rockies. Visit a company that turns yard waste and tree debris into garden mulch for the retail market. Learn how a company keeps literally millions of glass bottles out of the landfill and makes new glass with less energy to make more bottles.

Sustainable Architecture For Our Future, A Tiny Homes Community

Episode #108 · Visit an architecture firm with an emphasis on sustainable design, building for a better future in a time of climate change and limited carbon resources. Next we visit an entire neighborhood of tiny homes dedicated to helping homeless US veterans.