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Horticultural Marketing - Goranson Farm, Dresden, ME - University of Vermont Extension 2005 - - University of Vermont Center for Sustainable Agriculture. http://uvm.edu/~susagctr/ Uploaded with permission. Noncommercial use only. * Multiple Markets Jan Goranson and Rob Johanson, Goranson Farm, Dresden ME. Farmers and their Diversified Horticultural Marketing Strategies. A 49-minute educational video featuring 8 farms in 4 northeastern states. Produced by: Vern Grubinger University of Vermont Extension with funding from: Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) Program, USDA.
If you wish to acquire broadcast quality material of this reel or want to know more about our Public Domain collection, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Dresden - Bombing of Dresden Part 1 of 2 Gravestone: “Dresden dead 13th February 1945. Memorial”. Rostrum stills bomb damaged buildings, hundreds of dead. 09:01:27 Pre-war Dresden, park w/ fountains, bridges over Elbe River, steamer. Picturesque shots rooftops, street scenes. Architecture, huge spherical shaped office building. Good street scenes, trams, pedestrians, police directing traffic, bicycle, boy locking bike up in public shelter. 09:03:09 Churches, religious buildings including very old building on hilltop. Soldiers look over city. 09:03:45 Village pond w/ horse cart past. Men outside pub The Mason’s Arms. Mont...
If you wish to acquire broadcast quality material of this reel or want to know more about our Public Domain collection, contact us at email@example.com 1934 - Shipwreck 01:18:41 Pan across liner laying aground on its side; men walking on side of hull; Captain standing on side of deck. View of hull underwater from onboard ship. Chairs floating. 01:19:08 Rowboat circling hull. 01;19:11 Pan of survivors standing on dock. 01:19:18 2-stack liner Stuttgart; passengers boarding. Town street filled w/ people. More shots of dock & people waving & boarding. Stuttgart slowly leaving. Norway; Shipwreck; 1934; Cruise Liner; Disaster Aftermath;
More info about travel to Dresden: https://www.ricksteves.com/europe/germany/dresden Dresden's Historic Green Vault (in the Royal Palace) contains a glittering Baroque treasure collection that's a must-see. The adjacent Royal Armory fills a long room with centuries-old armor. At http://www.ricksteves.com, you'll find money-saving travel tips, small-group tours, guidebooks, TV shows, radio programs, podcasts, and more on this destination.
If you would like to help fund our quest, you can do so at www.paranormalquest.weebly.com ! Follow Us on Facebook: facebook.com/OurParanormalQuest The Paranormal Quest Team travels to Dresden, Ohio to investigate one of the state's most famous haunted locations. Prospect Place is a mansion with a history of tragedy and death, as family tragedy plagued the Adam's family. But there is also a history of hope, because the house was used as a major stop on the Underground Railroad. Prospect Place proves to the PQ Team that there is a reason it is known as one of the most haunted places in Ohio.
Das Gedenken an den 13. Februar 1945, an dem die größten Luftangriffe auf Dresden begannen, erinnert an die zum Großteil innerhalb einer einzigen Nacht geschehene Zerstörung weiter Teile Dresdens durch Luftkriegsbomben. Diese bedeuteten für über 25.000 Menschen den Tod und für weitere hunderttausende Obdachlosigkeit, Not und Elend.
Welcome to part 2 of our tour of Dresden, Ohio! In this segment join me, Anita Boyer, as I visit more of the amazing places that Dresden has to offer! See our first class winery, more shops, a great coffee house and an amazing Bed & Breakfast! In this part you will see the Raven's Glenn Winery & Italian Restaurant, Rita's, Rooster's on Main & The Hen House, Social Supper, and Whispering Hills Farm Bed & Breakfast! Enjoy! Produced, directed, and edited by Anita Boyer, shot by Nate Boyer.
Meet the growers of the tomatoes you love. We believe tomatoes should only be enjoyed at their very best. That's why we harvest our tomatoes at the peak of freshness. And all of our diced, whole, stewed, and crushed tomatoes go from farm to can in just a matter of hours. Sure, it's not the easiest way to harvest. But it makes for the best-tasting tomatoes.
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