TIMELAPSE VIDEOS

All agroforestry projects are long-term, dynamic endeavors. It is impossible to capture the amazing changes over time simply by getting a camera out once every few weeks. That's why we have worked with case study farms across the Midwest to install rugged, outdoor timelapse cameras that take photos every hour of every day. Over time, these photos can be compiled into videos that are priceless research and education tools. Below you can see some example videos from collaborating farms (1 image per day, 10 days per second).

Prairie Pollinator Habitat & Edible Windbreak

Fall 2015 - Spring 2017

Asparagus, Prairie Nursery & Willow

Fall 2015 - Spring 2017

Chestnut-Hay Alley Cropping

Fall 2015 - Spring 2017

Willow, Elderberry & Prairie Pollinator Habitat

Fall 2015 - Spring 2017

Chestnut-Sheep Silvopasture

Fall 2015 - Spring 2017

Chestnut-Currant Polyculture

Fall 2015 - Spring 2017

Nut-Fruit Polyculture w/Hay Alley Crop

Spring 2014 - Spring 2017

Nut-Fruit Polyculture w/Hay Alley Crop

Spring 2015 - Spring 2016

Support for our timelapse video documentation comes from:

Hegner Family

Foundation

TIMELAPSE VIDEOS from COLLABORATORS

Multifunctional Woody Polyculture

Pilot Project: Tower Cam

Agroforestry For Food at University of Illinois

Spring 2013 - Fall 2016

Multifunctional Woody Polyculture

Pilot Project: Ground Cam

Agroforestry For Food at University of Illinois

Spring 2013 - Fall 2016

Apple - Hazelnut Polyculture

Agroforestry For Food at University of Illinois

Summer 2014 - Summer 2015

Chinese Chestnut - Currant Polyculture

Agroforestry For Food at University of Illinois

Summer 2014 - Fall 2015

Hybrid Hazelnut

Agroforestry For Food at University of Illinois

Summer 2014 - Fall 2015

Hybrid Chestnut - Currant Polyculture

Agroforestry For Food at University of Illinois

Summer 2014 - Fall 2015

Raspberry

Agroforestry For Food at University of Illinois

Summer 2014 - Fall 2015

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