“Still ‘Praying for Japan’ — ‘Uncanny Terrain’ explores impact of 3/11 on Fukushima family farmers, animals, soil, & nuclear evacuees”

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Ten Thousand Things From Kyoto:

“This film is a must for all who are continuing to ‘pray for Japan’ — for all who support the safety of Japanese people and animals, the recovery of Tohoku, and the survival of traditional Japanese rural culture.”

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Rio+20: Four Fukushima Farmers

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This video, capturing the diverse views of four Fukushima activist farmers, screens beginning June 16 in the Rio+20 United Nations Sustainable Development Conference, where one of our main subjects, Seiji Sugeno, director of the Fukushima Organic Farmers Network, is presenting.

Yoshizawa defies government order to kill his 300 irradiated cows: Video

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Yoshizawa’s ranch is 14km downwind from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. The government ordered him to kill his 300 cows. Most of his neighbors’ animals are gone, but some have been released and joined his herd. Yoshizawa refuses to kill his cows. He wants them to be studied for the effects of radiation.

Uncanny Terrain is a documentary about organic farmers facing Japan’s nuclear crisis, and an online community fostering dialogue on food safety, sustainable agriculture, alternative energy and disaster response. Please donate to keep the conversation going.

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Fukushima organic farmer runs for mayor

Fukushima Year 3: Renewal

Fukushima Animals

Rio+20: Four Fukushima Farmers

Would you stay?

Fukushima farmers fight for their land.

One year after the meltdown

Can microbes decontaminate irradiated soil?

Why we’re making Uncanny Terrain

Why stay on contaminated land?

Citizens protecting themselves

How to deal with the results

Numbers are weapons

The real value of the radiation

How to protect themselves

The official radiation limit

Counseling for parents

A tool to evaluate by themselves

Living with the Fallout

Ginray Bread Company

Natural, traditional ingredients

Coexisting with radiation

Bread for disaster victims

Promoting cooperation

Work sharing for people with disabilities

No radiation detected in Watanabe’s Fukushima City fruit

Sugeno fights for his Fukushima farm

Building a more sustainable future

Strengthening Fukushima pride

Safecast radiation monitoring

The goal of our documentary

Finding solutions to the nuclear crisis

Through the autumn harvest

The uncertainty of low-level contamination

Remembering Hiroshima bombing after Fukushima disaster

Ganbatte 365

Positive stories of post-disaster Japan

Carry on Fukushima

Evacuated farmer promises to fight

Yoshizawa refuses to kill his cows

Fukushima City Nuclear Protest

He can’t sell his rice, but he still has to grow it

Lone nuclear opponent won’t sell his rice

Farmers flee agricultural community

Hanawa farmers face uncertainty of low-level contamination


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