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In addition to our efforts to help farmers increase yields with less water, we also understand how important it is to support the communities where they live and work. That means taking an interest in the environment that surrounds farms and the environment that surrounds our facilities and sites. Mississippi River Watershed Partnership is a part of our commitment to the environment. This initiative was established to reduce nutrient run-off and sediment movement into the largest river system in the U.S. Monsanto contributed financial support to the agricultural and conservation groups Delta Wildlife, The National Audubon Society and The Nature Conservancy and worked with farmers and urban areas to help reduce run-off into the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico. Both th...
In our fourth segment of Mississippi's Culinary Town, Starkville foodies Jay Reed and Mark the Chef, visit with local culinary entrepreneur and artisan baker, Troy DeRego in his Downtown bakery. Troy is redefining the concept of "local ingredients" with his signature Starkville-made Fermented Craft Beer Grain Crackers. You'll learn the story behind his creation as the guys get a taste of flavors like Pale Ale Rye and Dark Roast Stout. SUBSCRIBE and pull up a chair as we take a tour of the vibrant culinary culture of Starkville, Mississippi in our new series, MISSISSIPPI'S CULINARY TOWN! You'll meet local chefs and food crafters, visit some of our favorite restaurants and culinary events, and listen in on the conversations where foodies become friends. In Starkville, you'll see that the be...
west elm works with a Mississippi upholstery workshop to handcraft furniture using traditional techniques -- from woodworking to tailoring -- right here in the USA! See how this truly creative partnership begins with a design, passes it through the hands of skilled artisans, and ends with a finished product to be proud of. Through 2015, west elm has made a commitment to paying $35 million directly to artisans and hand-crafters around the world. We're directly impacting the lives of 4,500 artisan workers and 18,000 family members. Browse all of our Mississippi-made furniture: http://bit.ly/1bnQfCt Subscribe to our Youtube channel! http://www.youtube.com/user/westelm
Credit: Cory Parkos and Scott Smith Reutiman This is a film entry for the 2015 Mississippi Minute Film Festival (http://www.mississippiminute.org). The Festival is a project of the Minneapolis Riverfront Partnership (http://www.minneapolisriverfront.org). Warm thanks to Cory and Scott for their entry!
In our second segment of Mississippi's Culinary Town, Starkville foodies Jay Reed and Mark the Chef, visit Central Station Grill, one of the long-standing pillars of Starkville's restaurant scene. Watch as they sample some old favorites, new items with a Southern zing, and see if Mark can stump Jay on desserts! SUBSCRIBE and pull up a chair as we take a tour of the vibrant culinary culture of Starkville, Mississippi in our new series, MISSISSIPPI'S CULINARY TOWN! You'll meet local chefs and food crafters, visit some of our favorite restaurants and culinary events, and listen in on the conversations where foodies become friends. In Starkville, you'll see that the best of the New South still happens around the table! http://www.savorstarkville.org ------------------------------------ Ori...
Credit: Mike Markes, David Booke, and Anna Tessling This is a film entry for the 2015 Mississippi Minute Film Festival (http://www.mississippiminute.org). The Festival is a project of the Minneapolis Riverfront Partnership (http://www.minneapolisriverfront.org). Warm thanks to Mike, David, and Anna for their entry!
[Bespoke: Custom made to fit a particular person.] A young, bespoke company specializing in custom-raw-denim is helping to revive the garment industry in northeast Mississippi. Blue Delta is passionate, persistent, geek out on raw denim, and have tapped into several major U.S. markets through a partnership with Tom James, the largest custom clothier in the country. In 2014 they opened their first retail storefront on the square in Oxford, Mississippi, and were recently picked up by London based Roberto Revilla. Blue Delta Jean Co. is a great example of a scalable creative business, promising growth and job creation for Mississippi. A Film by Blue Magnolia Films and Corner To Corner Productions, in association with Mississippi Development Authority (MDA) - Office of Creative Economy & Cult...
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The Golden Triangle Early College High School (GTECHS) is Mississippi’s first early college high school. Opening in fall 2015, GTECHS is a partnership among the Mississippi Department of Education, Mississippi State University, and East Mississippi Community College, which houses the school on its Mayhew campus. GTECHS serves five school districts in northeast Mississippi. As an early college high school, GTECHS offers students the opportunity to earn college credit throughout their four years of high school. This means GTECHS graduates can earn an associate’s degree while in high school.