Published Episodes


Season 1 Episode 1: Raising Roots Farm
Hickory, NC.

Focus: Regenerative pasture management and sustainable local food supplier.
Film Status: Filming

Our family owned and operated farm is passionate about bringing the highest quality food we can create to our community. We do so without compromising the environment or the health and well-being of our animals. This certainly means higher cost and more work for us, but the final product and the satisfaction of our customers is worth it.

Season 1 Episode 2: Hart Beet Farm
Eolia, MO.

Focus: Agroforestry, Local Sustainable Food
Film Status: Filming Complete

Our farming philosophy is focused on the health of the soil and all of the living organisms within it. Healthy soil produces healthy food for a healthy community. Starting in 2018 we began our transition to a no-till system. Disturbance of the soil through tillage is one of the most harmful activities for the living microbes and other organisms in the soil. Our focus is to encourage and maintain a living system.

Season 1 Episode 3: Rising Meadow Farm
Liberty, NC.

Focus: From Shearing Day to Lambing Season, good Shepherding is good Husbandry.
Film Status: Post Production, Filming Complete

Begun in 1993 as an excuse to leave the stress of city living behind, our family decided to turn a hobby into a working sheep farm.  Trying to preserve the feeling and character of this beautiful farm has been a labor of love.

Season 1 Episode 4: Secret Garden of Survival
Appalachian Mountains

Focus: Appalachian Food Forest featuring “Nature Culture” the real permaculture.
Film Status: Final Filming Late Spring

Imagine a food garden that you only have to plant once in your life-time, that takes up very little space, that will provide food for you and your family for the next 30 years; that can grow five times more food per square foot than traditional or commercial gardening; and where you never have to weed, never have to use fertilizers and never have to use pesticide– ever.

Season 1 Episode 5: Memphis Ranch
Carr, CO.

Focus: Regenerative Species, Local Food Security
Film Status: Filming Complete

Gregg and Tami Notts are first generation ranchers on the Front Range of Colorado. After falling in love with a Native Species, the American Buffalo also known as the Bison, Gregg and Tami set out to achieve their dreams in helping to restore the population of this incredible animal.


Season 1 Episode 6: Such and Such Farm
Desoto, MO.

Focus: Pasture Raised Pork, Local Sustainable Food
Film Status: Filming Complete

We are an 88 acre homestead in Missouri that believes the way that food is grown and mass produced in America is well… bull$hit. And because of that, we try not to participate in it as much as possible and encourage others to do the same. We hope to make local foods easy to find, affordable to purchase and absolutely delicious.

Season 1 Episode 7: Smithview Farm
Pittsboro, NC.

Focus: Cover crop grazing and healthy animal husbandry.
Film Status: Early Filming

Over the past decade, we became very concerned about healthy eating. We decided in 2010 to specialize in the production of extremely high-quality 100% grassfed (grassfed/grass-finished) Angus beef.Smithview Farm has been in the family since the early 1950s. We were traditionally a tobacco-producing farm with a few cows.

Raising Brahman
Briles Farm Brahmans

Date of Release: September 29, 2019
Kenneth and Cyana Briles
Briles Farm
Trinity, NC

Bison Escape
Trinity Bison Ranch

Release Date: April 9, 2020
Trinity Bison Ranch – Harold and Harriet Clackett
Buffalo Creek Vacations – Clackett Family

Equine PEMF
Black Cat Ranch

Release Date: July 27, 2018
Black Cat Ranch
Etheylen Churchill