The Carolina Organic Project video series throws open the barn doors and farm gates and invites you to see for yourself how CFSA helps Carolina farmers grow the healthy, sustainably, and ethically produced food that everyone deserves. We’re on a mission to put local, organic food on your table from a farmer who shares your values. We think that food you can trust starts at the source – with the farmer.
The Carolina Ground video is part of a video series looking at the challenges of growing and using organic products, as well as the reasons why these farms and businesses elect to use organic products.
Despite the challenges of qualifying as a USDA organic meat producer because of the lack of certified meat processors, rancher Leland Gibson continues to raise his animals and manage his pasture using organic standards.
The Elma C. Lomax Incubator Farm is a certified organic incubator farm located in Concord, NC. It is a training-ground where beginning farmers can gain access to land and equipment to start their own farm business. Our goal is to put Lomax Farm on a sound footing for future farmers and the current farmers using this land to gain valuable skills and grow their customer base for the future.
The commitment to organic. Find out why New Ground Farm decided to transition to USDA organic and the efforts of Vollmer Farms to stay certified organic.
Lenoir Rhyne University wanted a short video that encapsulated college life at LRU for prospective students. Admissions is a competitive and post-secondary schools look for ways to offer quick insights to campus life.
This 4-minute video was originally used for a series of Alumni events across the United States to remind them of their unique academic and community experience at Guilford College. This video won a CASE Award for Guilford College.
Guilford College welcomed their ninth president in 2014. Guilford requested a video about the incoming president for the inauguration ceremonies.
At the time, Guilford College opened a new farm on its campus and needed to not only announce its presence to the greater community but also to the college’s own community.
After a success fundraising campaign, Guilford wanted to thank their donors for their efforts with a fun video that would also educate them about the campaign’s success.
Guilford College offers a comprehensive continuing education program for adults in a traditional college setting. This 30s commercial encourages older working adults to consider the school for their continuing education.
Annual Giving Thank You video for all the donors.
Promotional video for the launch of Guilford's Annual Giving campaign.
A day in the life of “David” offers an intimate portrayal of David Loftis, a flourishing client of The Workshop of Davidson. The film also shows how The Workshop of Davidson and its staff are dedicated to the training of vocational and residential skills for the developmentally and physically disabled citizens of Davidson County.
Music: "The Boat Maker", by Joel Vanz
A simple and fun how-to fundraise instructional video for those who were participating in the Peaks Over Poverty campaign.
The city of Thomasville is notable for its furniture history, and is often known as the "Chair City". Thomasville is reinventing itself by diversifying its economy, supporting new businesses in advanced manufacturing, various service-based companies and building partnerships.
On a community level, Thomasville has initiated a strategic plan, entitled Envision 2020, to improve the city in varied ways, notably the Children at Play initiative. These projects and others have garnered recognition for Thomasville. Thomasville is a 2013 finalist for the All-America City Award.