The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Story The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Story. M&J Seafood offer the largest range of MSC certified products in UK foodservice.
EGM: 46 Years of Stewardship Ka Erdie, 46 Years of Stewardship Rest in Peace Ka Erdy, God has blessed us with your leadership.. Till we meet again po...
Environmental Stewardship - Eckenfels Farm - 2009 Region III Award Winner The 2009 Environmental Stewardship Region III Award Winner - Eckenfels family farm of Sainte Genevieve, MO representing Region III of the National Cattlemens Beef Association, the family was recognized at the 2009 Cattle Industry Summer Conference for their whole-farm commitment to protecting the areas natural resources. Located 60 miles south of St. Louis, the family farm has been in operation since 1951. Owned by Bob Eckenfels and family, the farm consists of 330 acres of owned land and 100 acres of leased land. Corn, wheat, soybeans, hay, straw, firewood and 100 head of Angus cross cattle make Eckenfels Farm a diversified operation. Eckenfels Farm also markets corn-fed and grass-fed finished beef directly to the consumer. Examples of their efforts include: Installed ponds, fencing and watering systems through the state cost share program with the Sainte Genevieve County Soil and Water Conservation District. Implemented an intensive grazing system to promote nutrient management and improve crop residue. Planted warm season grasses in his grazing system. Installed Giant Cane on his stream buffer to create wildlife habitat and control erosion. Promoted quail habitat on his farm. Became the first farmer in his region of the state to install a dry hydrant in one of his ponds. After doing so, 48 fellow landowners followed his lead. Coordinated a pasture tour for the Heartland Forage Council Was instrumental in developing Sainte Genevieve County Conservation Field Day; hosted ...
Stewardship 101 A project I did for my church. It was a lot of fun to make.
Environmental Stewardship - Young's Cattle Co. - 2009 Region I Winner The 2009 Region I Environmental Stewardship Award Winner - Young's Cattle Co. of Belmont, Ohio, representing NCBA Region I, the Northeast, the family was recognized for their whole-farm commitment to protecting the areas natural resources. Today, they maintain 400 cow-calf pairs and turn 5000 head of stocker cattle annually on their 3283 acres of reclaimed strip mined soil. The Youngs have implemented a number of practices aimed at protecting and improving the land upon which they make a living. These include: Installed 20000 fence posts and 628000 feet of high tensile fence to divide the fields into 57 paddocks that are rotated weekly. Developed 16 heavy use pads for feeding during potential erosion periods to eliminate soil loss. Developed 14 springs using re-cycled tire tanks. 15000 feet of pressurized water lines have been installed to provide clean water in each paddock Fenced cattle out of 16 ponds and streams on the property while installing 4 stream crossings to minimize erosion Fenced cattle from heavily wooded areas to protect forests and wildlife areas. Worked with Synagro Central LLC to develop nutrient management permits that are submitted to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for bio-solids application approval. Provided habitat for Canadian geese, ducks, white-tail deer, and wild turkeys through such practices as delayed clipping and rotational grazing.
St Catherines Stewardship - 2009 Video on / about St Catherine's Episcopal Church 2009 Stewardship Campaign
MSU H&FS Environmental Stewardship Forum Michigan State University Division of Housing & Food Services Environmental Stewardship Forum on April 11th, 2008. For more information about environmental stewardship on the campus of Michigan State University visit www.bespartangreen.msu.edu
Environmental Stewardship - Pape Ranches - 2009 Region V Award Winner The 2009 Environmental Stewardship Region V Award Winner - Pape Ranches of Daniel, Wyo., representing the National Cattlemens Beef Association Region V, the Northwests, the Pape family was recognized at the 2009 Cattle Industry Summer Conference for their commitment to preserving natural resources. Pape Ranches is family-owned and operated by Norman and Barbara Pape, with the assistance from their sons Fred and David, and their families. Established in 1917 by Normans father, Lester Pape, the ranch began as a 160-acre, 800 sheep operation. Today, the family owns 10475 acres of private rangeland and irrigated grassland and has grazing allotments on federal and state allotments. Norm and his family stock 1000 mother cows, and at times, have about 2700 total head when all livestock are on the ranch. To that effort, the Papes have implemented a number of practices aimed at protecting and improving the land upon which they make a living. These include: Lease additional private ground to raise more hay and rest some pastures for wildlife and conservation. Strive for as much wildlife on their private land as they can afford to sustain, including moose, elk, pronghorn, deer, waterfowl, sage grouse and others. Provide wildlife viewing and hunting opportunities for those less fortunate, including elderly and handicapped visitors. Apply tebuthiron for brush management with the assistance of Wyoming Game and Fish to address grazing and sage grouse migration and habitat needs. Pro ...
STEWARDSHIP OF THE GLORY, Prophetess Marcia Morrison 1 by First Day Church Atlanta
Stewardship of Mary Landrieu on Offshore Drilling (Nov 19, 2009) Testimony on environmental stewardship policies related to offshore energy production. From the US Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
What is the MSC? An overview of the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). The blue MSC eco-label is found on seafood from fisheries that have been independently certified as sustainable.
Sustainable Fishing & Environmental Stewardship from Washington to Alaska This is the story of small family business Loki Fish Co., based out of Seattle Washington and their practice of 'Sustainably harvesting and direct-marketing wild fish with integrity from sea to table'. This segment, which originally aired on The Seattle Channel's City Stream program talks about what it means to fish sustainably, sell locally and in tune with nature and the environment. The piece includes interviews with fishermen and environmental activist Pete Knutson and his son Jonah, including the actual techniques they use and the fight to preserve fishermen's terminal in Seattle as an active fishing port in defense of encroaching condo and retail development. The piece was written and reported by Penny Legate. Visit Loki's website at This video was produced by http Become a fan on Facebook at
The Joy of Stewardship (CC) The Joy of Stewardship is a Diocese of Rochester initiative which teaches that Stewardship is not merely an obligation but rather a way of life, meant to be lived in gratitude for all that God has given to us. (Closed Captioned)
What does it mean to be a good steward? Short interviews with some of the leadership of the Episcopal Church about stewardship.
Jesus, Judas, and Stewardship A stewardship teaching from Monica Dennington. This clip is from Tic Toc Ministries 2008 WebAThon.
Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) The FSC House, to be unveiled at the USGBC GreenBuild Conference and Expo, November 6-8, 2007 in Chicago, IL, is a 20x20ft house constructed entirely of FSC-certified materials. Watch these awesome carpenters put this house together.
Gildan Activewear - Genuine Stewardship Gildan Activewear - Genuine Stewardship - Interview with Mr. Garry Bell, Vice President Global Marketing Live at ISS 2010
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Undaunted Stewardship 200 years after Lewis and Clark traveled through Montana, ranchers and environmentalists are working together to look after Montana's environment and heritage, for now and for the future.
Environmental Stewardship The Army Corps of Engineers has been entrusted with about 12 million acres of land and water. The Corps cares for thousands of miles of land/water corridors where many plant and animal species are located, some of them endangered.
Environmental Stewardship - Leavitt Lake Ranches - 2009 Region VI Winner The 2009 Environmental Stewardship Region VI Award WInner - Leavitt Lake Ranches of Vina and Susanville, Calif., is a 2009 Environmental Stewardship Award winner. Representing the National Cattlemens Beef Association Region VI, family was recognized at the 2009 Cattle Industry Summer Conference for their innovative approaches to land management and conservation. Owned and operated by Darrell Wood, his wife Callie, son Ramsey and daughter Dallice, Leavitt Lake Ranches has family ranching ties dating back to the 1860s. Today, between the winter range annual grasslands of the Vina Plains and the summer range on high elevation meadows of Lassen County, they own approximately 3670 acres of private land, manage 25000 acres of Bureau of Land Management permits and lease another 11000 acres, for a total of 39670 acres. Together, they run 600 mother cows, 400 yearlings and farm 600 acres of alfalfa and 900 acres of irrigated pasture. The cattle herd is made up of spring and fall calving herds of registered and commercial Angus cattle. The Wood family has implemented a number of practices aimed at protecting and improving the land upon which they make a living. These include: Worked in cooperation with TNC on a restoration plan for the Vina Plains, vernal pools project. The vernal pools are home to several threatened, endangered or at risk plant and animal species. Provide habitat for an abundance of wildlife including waterfowl, mule deer, pronghorn antelope, aquatic species ...
Environmental Stewardship - Daybreak Ranch - Region VII Winner The 2009 Environmental Stewardship Region VII Award Winner - Daybreak Ranch of Highmore, South Dakota, representing Region VII of the National Cattlemens Beef Association, the Faulstich and Roth families were recognized today at The Cattle Industry Summer Conference for their commitment to protecting the environment through sensible conservation practices. Daybreak Ranch is a commercial cow-calf operation that manages approximately 350 pairs utilizing 5027 acres. The managers of the ranch are Jim and Carol Faulstich and their daughter and son-in-law Jacquie and Adam Roth. Together they also no-till farm corn, sunflowers, oats, wheat, run a commercial hunting enterprise and custom graze yearling heifers. To that effort, the family has implemented a number of practices aimed at protecting and improving the land upon which they make a living. These include: Established over 60 acres of food plots for wildlife that are left standing over the winter to provide cover. Operate under proper Beef Quality Assurance certification. Dormant-season grazing of native grasses, cover crops and crop aftermath to reduce supplemental feeding, saving both time and money. Rotation of the calving pastures to reduce herd health problems by eliminating disease cycles. Development of multiple water sources to improve grazing distribution. Establishment of native warm-season grasses on marginal farm land to complement existing grass forage resources. Erosion prevention through rock crossings on ...
Facilities Renewal & Stewardship Plan 2010 Update Review of Facilities Renewal & Stewardship Plan progress of renovated classrooms, labs and buildings. As well as the status of current and future renovation projects.
Well Stewardship - NGWA This video was created by the National Ground Water Association (NGWA) for the website at This video covers the basics for well care and ground water protection.
STEWARDSHIP OF THE GLORY, Prophetess Marcia Morrison 2 by First Day Church Atlanta
Environmental Stewardship - Stoney Point - 2009 Region IV Winner The 2009 Environmental Stewardship Region IV Award Winner - Stoney Point AgriCorp of Melissa, Texas, representing the National Cattlemens Beef Association Region IV, the South Central region, the multi-segmented operation was recognized at the 2009 Cattle Industry Summer Conference for its commitment to stewardship, conservation and for protection of natural resources. Stoney Point AgriCorp Inc. is a family-owned corporation with diversified companies involved in cattle feeding, dairy heifer growing, byproduct utilization, innovative feed processing, environmental waste management, turf grass farming and composting. To that effort, Mark and Stoney Point have implemented a number of practices aimed at protecting and improving the land upon which they make a living. These include: Formed Alternative Feeds in 1999 to actively research and develop sources of alternative feeds that can be utilized in feeder cattle rations and in calf ranches to replace more traditional commodities. Alternative Feeds is responsible for the utilization of waste from the food industry, that would have gone into landfills, and converting it into feed for the various cattle operations. Developed run-off lagoons around the feedyard that provide habitat for a number of waterfowl species. Partnered with a turf-grass company to use nutrient-rich water from its retention ponds to irrigate 35 acres of turf-grass. A portion of the nutrient-rich manure is also used to improve top soil. Use manure in a ...
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Rancher Stewardship: Protecting Montana's Prairie In South Phillips County, near the hub of Malta, Montana, ranchers have called the prairie home for over 100 years. Here, ranchers have created a ranch and wildlife haven by working and living in harmony with nature. In this video, ranchers discuss the importance of raising their families here, developing innovative ranch management practices, working in cooperation with each other and building a lasting community to protect these prairielands. Biologists and conservationists from the US Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service also discuss the importance of ranchers in sustaining this diverse ecosystem and the wildlife species it supports. This video is brought to you by the Montana Stockgrowers Association's Research, Education and Endowment Foundation.
Environmental Stewardship MSU's new Surplus Store and Recycling Center is a $13 million facility that will accommodate three times the amount of materials as the current recycling facility.
STEWARDSHIP.m4v A video featuring stewardship practices of St. Andrew's Port Angeles and St. Paul's Bellingham, two Episcopal Churches in the Diocese of Olympia, the Episcopal Church in Western Washington.
Effective Stewardship Curriculum - Lesson One - Talents Christian stewardship isn't restricted to tithing and philanthropy. It extends to our daily vocation, to the good work our God-given talents and opportunities have called us to. Ironically, this fact is most often missed concerning the very type of workers featured in the parable of vocational stewardship, the parable of the talents. There three servants are called to use their master's money to go into business and turn a profit. They're called to be entrepreneurs. This first lesson in the series affirms a variety of callings, but it pauses on the vocation of business since it is so often misunderstood. The call of the entrepreneur is a true, creative calling that should be encouraged and nurtured by the church, not disdained. It is not based on greed, nor is the wealth gained in one place necessarily wealth lost somewhere else. As creative beings made in the image of a creative God, humans are capable of creating new wealth, new value. Thus, we should avoid contrasting our professional work with our faith and philanthropy. Instead, we should integrate all aspects of our lives under a broad, biblical understanding of stewardship. Watch additional trailers and order the complete Effective Stewardship Curriculum at
1st Presbyterian Stewardship Week 1 This is the first installment in First Presbyterian DeLand's Stewardship series. It's very funny.
What is the Stewardship Theory of Corporate Governance? David Brown discusses the Stewardship Theory of Corporate Governance. For more information on governance, please visit us at
John Ortberg on Stewardship (2007 PGF Conference) John Ortberg, Pastor of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church in California, takes on the topic of stewardship at the 2007 Presbyterian Global Fellowship Conference in Houston, TX.
PHS: All about Youth Environmental Stewardship
Environmental Stewardship - Greenview Farms The 2009 Environmental Stewardship Region II Award Winner - Greenview Farms Inc., of Screven, GA., is a 2009 Environmental Stewardship Award winner. Representing NCBA Region II, the Southeast, the family was recognized at the 2009 Cattle Industry Summer Conference for their dedication and commitment to preserving natural resources. To that effort, the Harris have implemented a number of practices aimed at protecting and improving the land upon which they make a living. These include: Practice crop rotation followed by plantings of nitrogen-building legumes such as lupine and runner peanuts since the 1940s. Participate in the Environmental Quality Incentives Program practice and include a manure storage facility, heavy use area protection, fencing wetlands, pasture and hay planting, wells for livestock water, conservation tillage, and thinning and prescribe burning pine stands to promote forest health and improve wildlife habitat. Implemented prescribed burning through the Southern Pine Beetle Initiative and funding for preparation of a Forest Stewardship Plan through the Forest Stewardship Program. Planted field borders and riparian zones with trees and grass to reduce soil erosion. Planted longleaf pine, part of a declining ecosystem that is often associated with many endangered plant and animal species.
Greg Walden: Measure good stewardship by how you leave land for the future
Environmental Stewardship - Guge Family Farm - '08 Award Winner The 2008 Environmental Stewardship Award Winner for Region III - Guge Family Farm in Estherville, Iowa creates water basins to minimize runoff and decrease erosion on its land.
California Ranching: Raising Beef with Sustainable Stewardship In the middle of California's Bay Area, a ranching family provides a haven for wildlife and endangered species. The family's management practices have not only improved rangeland health, but is a prime example of the conservation ethic that has been instilled over generations in the ranchers who manage the lands today -- and the love of the land that is being passed on to their children.
Stewardship Video This is my first real production video for our church. There's a real tear jerking moment when Ray Boltz starts to sing about when we meet God. We had a parishioner to pass away in a tornado about a year ago.