Video Library

The Change Food Video Library consists of the best short-length videos covering both problems and solutions to food and farming today. Find out more about the video library, or learn how to host your own screening. Want us to consider your video for the library? Email us at

Search the whole library, or check out our newest additions below.

  • Farming Forward

    Center for Environmental Filmmaking

    For decades, agricultural run-off from farms has been a source of criticism by environmental groups concerned about the health of the Chesapeake Bay. However, with the guidance of scientists, environmentalists, and the general public, farmers are beginning to make broad changes … Read More

  • Farmers in a Dangerous Time – Angela Moran


    The backdrop of Angela Moran's childhood ranged through rust-belt towns; from Niagara Falls, ON to Detroit, MI, and more. Boarded up downtown cores and dilapidated buildings were completely normal sights... until Angela planted a tree as a teenager. Read More

  • Food Unity: The Power of Choosing Local – Carol Lynn Jackson


    When communities deeply connect with their local food sources/local growers the concept of “buying local” becomes more than a theory – it becomes a sustainable practice. Read More

  • What is “Glocal” – Jennifer Pate


    Being a Glocal (Global Local) not in the business sense of the word, but in terms of us as human beings, is about embracing our place as locals at home on planet Earth. Using her most recent expedition, a … Read More

  • Funding Female Farmers for a Less Hungry World – Danielle Nierenberg

    Food Tank

    Funding Female Farmers for a Less Hungry World. A new video from Danielle Nierenberg, Food Tank, and the Global Forum on Agricultural Research (GFAR). Read More

  • Farming for the Future

    Prince Charitable Trusts

    Some farmers are trying innovative farm management techniques and practices to nourish their land and sustain their farms for future generations. Cliff Miller of Mount Vernon Farm in the Piedmont region of Virginia is one such farmer. Read More

  • 50 Years of Farming: For Love & Vegetables

    Prince Charitable Trusts

    Organic farmers in Tysons Corner, Va. reflect on a half-century of sustainable and community-focused agriculture.  … Read More

  • The Culture of Collards

    Prince Charitable Trusts

    Collard greens are more than a simple side dish. Brought to the American South with the slave trade, they represent a critical aspect of African-American cultural history. A new generation of passionate farmers, culinary historians, and … Read More

  • In Defense of Food Series – Michael Pollan

    PBS – In Defense of Food

    Join New York Times best-selling author Michael Pollan on a fascinating journey to find out what we should eat to be healthy. Pollan cuts through today’s barrage of conflicting dietary messages and makes it simple to enjoy food and stay healthy. This is a playlist of 20 educational clips. Click the icon in the top left corner of the video to see the full list of topics. Read More

  • The Human Cost of Conflict Palm Oil

    Rainforest Action Network

    What’s really in that snack food? Too frequently, the answer is palm oil produced with modern day slavery, child labor, and worker and human rights abuses. Sacrificing the lives, health, and safety of the people who work on palm oil plantations is far too high a price to pay for the cheap palm oil used in snack foods made by companies like PepsiCo. Read More

  • The Soil Story – Pashon Murray

    Kiss the Ground

    In collaboration with Kiss the Ground, Pashon Murray of Detroit Dirt narrates this story of soil and how it could save our planet and reverse climate change. Building healthy soil has the miraculous ability to sequester carbon from the atmosphere. It’s a story that has to be shared with the world. And it’s not just carbon storage; the ways that soil stands to positively impact lives of billions worldwide are tangible and immediate.  Clean water.  Healthy food.  Drought resistance.  Restored habitats. The opportunity is real. Read More

  • Why Bees Are Disappearing – Marla Spivak


    Honeybees have thrived for 50 million years, each colony 40 to 50,000 individuals coordinated in amazing harmony. So why, seven years ago, did colonies start dying en masse? Marla Spivak reveals four reasons which are interacting with tragic consequences. This is not simply a problem because bees pollinate a third of the world’s crops. Could this incredible species be holding up a mirror for us? … Read More