As large-scale farming jeopardizes health and biodiversity, eco-minded growers are returning to their horticultural roots through local agriculture.
Directed byFrédéric Planchenault
S01:E01 - Portugal
Venture to the southeastern tip of Europe to Portugal and experience Lisbon, famous for its castles, narrow streets, verdant farms, and unbeatable fish and pastries.
S01:E02 - Belgium
Set upon the multicolored waters of the North Sea, Flanders, Belgium contains a hinterland of authentic wooded countryside, and is home to a people with a proud heritage.
S01:E03 - Mont Saint Michel
Mont Saint-Michel Bay in France is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located between Brittany and Lower Normandy and is a marvel of the Western world.
S01:E04 - Italy
Discover the Piedmont region of Northern Italy, set upon the southern slopes of The Alps. Home to the lush Po Valley, this land contains some of the most fertile earth in Italy.
S01:E05 - Canada
Canada is home to crystal lakes, healthy forests, and wide-open spaces. Originally famous for its single-crop farming and the industrialization, local agriculture has taken root.
S01:E06 - Spain
Located in the southwestern part of the country, and far from the main tourist trail, Extremadura is a true hidden gem of Spanish culture and is home to luxurious vegetation.
S01:E07 - Iceland
Halfway between Europe and the United States is Iceland, an island that has experienced intense volcanic and geothermic activity and contains sustainable agricultural initiatives.
S01:E08 - South Africa
Where two oceans meet, and surrounded by the Table Mountain range, Cape Town enjoys a Mediterranean climate, fertile soil, and lush vineyards that exist beside overpopulated towns.
S01:E09 - Greece
Welcome to Greece's Peloponnese region where people work hard to preserve time-honored craftsmanship, while also bringing in some surprising new influences into the country.
S01:E10 - Switzerland
Switzerland is famous for many things, but if you look closer, however, you will find that its pristine lakes, mountains, and valleys are nothing short of extraordinary.
S01:E11 - Scotland
Scotland's moorlands and lochs hold age-old legends. Its atmosphere is peculiar and yet very beautiful. It is also home to people who are choosing more sustainable food production.
S01:E12 - Sicily
Sicily is an island steeped in history, culture, and agricultural production. Since antiquity, Sicily's inhabitants have mastered the exceptional resources of their land.
S01:E13 - Hong Kong
Hong Kong is among the world's most interesting cities. Many aspects of Hong Kong's culture come to mind before the topic of agriculture, but here sustainable production is strong.
S01:E14 - Singapore
Singapore is a largely developed, densely populated city that imports 90% of its food from 30 different countries. However, a segment of the population has chosen sustainability.
S01:E15 - Pays Basque
At the foot of the Pyrenees Mountains in France, the Basque country is home to a diverse agricultural heritage where traditional farming methods are practiced and preserved.
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