Sydney Woodward

Sydney Woodward

Syd Woodward is the Founder/Owner and Director of Over Grow The System. He has over 10 years experience running Online Media and is an accomplished Videographer, Photographer, Digital Media Editor and Social Media Manager. Sydney is committed to deepening our relationship with nature and environmental activism through education. Currently he is expanding his skill set in teaching and facilitation.

Growing ginger is a rewarding experience as it’s such a versatile plant for use in the kitchen…and shockingly easy to do! We’re growing ginger in containers from store-bought ginger and talking about planting ginger to increase both the size and …

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By Jon Steinman I live in one of the over 300 communities across the U.S.A and Canada that is home …

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Many different flowers are growing beautifully and strongly in this world. Taking their roots in the earth, sprouting, blooming, pollination …

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Build your own DIY solar dehydrator! 1 piece of plywood, 10 food grade screens plus a bunch of salvaged materials …

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Screen Printed Over Grow The System patch by artist Bubzee . Printed on re claimed fabrics.

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This post was originaly comes from https://kmldesign.wordpress.com. Make sure to check out their site for more amazing homes. Along narrow …

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Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a concept that gained traction in the US in the 1990s, and has grown exponentially …

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Field to Fashion is a film that captures the grassroots efforts of the small, but growing, fibre community in Ontario …

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Over Grow The System & Guayaki present a Come To Life Production : Resilient[Seed] “We just  don’t just want to sustain, we …

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*DATE CHANGE- May 22rd – Victoria May  23rd – Vancouver” Our Dream BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE!  To promote a culture of resilient localized food systems in …

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New approaches to kindergarten offer us a glimpse of what childhood used to be, and still could be—the modern re-creation of the children’s garden. If we looked to these examples, we might be able to rescue childhood.

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