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Between The Rows
Weekly
 
Between The Rows is a weekly podcast featuring the Glacier FarmMedia editorial team bringing you the ‘story behind the stories’ in ag news and markets.Drawing from our more than 20 print and online brands, our reporting staff will discuss the top stories and latest developments in agriculture today.The 25-30 minute weekly program is built around a team of rotating journalist-hosts that include: Laura Rance, Glacier FarmMedia Editorial Director Gord Gilmour, Manitoba Co-operator Editor Ed Whi ...
 
Interviews and stories with real people about cruising and sailing
 
Covering Eugene - Lane County - Oregon and beyond. Music, politics, human interest and local issues relating to Eugene, Oregon.
 
A discussion of mad science by scientists.
 
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Gratitude Groove
Weekly+
 
This is Gratitude Groove where sharing daily gratitude, quirky ideas, happy moments and positive thoughts is a cool thing to do :-)
 
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Suds With Buds
Rare
 
Join the Suds With Buds host Wade as he chats with friends, relatives, and mere acquaintances about why they like beer. Always up for trying something new, come along with Wade as he learns more about beer and the growing craft beer industry. Proudly #yeg
 
I tackle hair issues. Tips, tricks, trends and all things in between! After 20 plus years in the entertainment industry and beauty industry ,both in front of the camera or behind the chair, I got the scoop on all things hair.
 
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Manitoba Co-operator editor Gord Gilmour discusses the concerns local landowners have as the provincial government considers off-loading drainage licensing to municipalities, Adam Reid of Buhler Industries talks about why the company decided to join forces with Kubota to help “fill a hole” in its product line, and Mike Jubinville of Glacier Mar ...…
 
Professional Disc Golfer and Eugene, Oregon resident Dustin Keegan joins the podcast as an interview guest. Keegan is the COO of Universal Play Disc Golf and is sponsored by Dynamic Discs. He competes both on a local and national level and is well respected in the disc golf community. Keegan is a 2004 graduate of South Eugene High School and al ...…
 
Allan Dawson of the Manitoba Co-operator reports on conversations at the Canadian Crops Convention about China’s decision to block Richardson International’s canola shipments (includes audio recordings of Chrystia Freeland, Canada’s minister of foreign affairs, and David Dzisiak past chair of the Canola Council of Canada), a quick take with Mar ...…
 
Zach Bessett joins the podcast to discuss the positive changes made in Springfield, Oregon with the Springfield school district and much more. Bessett was elected to the school board in May 2017. He has been a resident of Springfield for more than 30 years and is a 2000 Springfield High School graduate. Having a teaching degree from Northwest C ...…
 
Dr. Egan Brockhoff, veterinarian with Prairie Swine Health Services, sheds light on the African swine fever virus and its threat to the Canadian hog industry, Jennifer Blair with the Alberta Farmer Express reports on Alberta brewers using blockchain technology to tell – and sell – the story of beer, and Bruce Burnett with MarketsFarm offers an ...…
 
James Barber joins the podcast to discuss Health Care for ALL in Oregon, the questioning in the CNN Bernie Sanders town hall, the Michael Cohen hearing, and more. Barber continues his passionate work as a Eugene, Oregon political activist raising awareness for progressive policies that the community so desperately needs. He is currently the tre ...…
 
This is Gratitude Groove where sharing daily gratitude, quirky ideas, happy moments & positive thoughts is a cool thing to do :-)
 
Lorraine Stevenson, reporter with the Manitoba Co-operator, reports on why conservationists should consider supporting beef producers to help protect species-at-risk, Scott Garvey, machinery editor for Grainews, discusses how technology and copyright is influencing the right to repair debate for farm equipment, Farmtario editor John Greig repor ...…
 
Joining the podcast is Eugene, Oregon resident and hip hop artist, Simon Baum, better known by his stage name, RxN (pronounced re·ac·tion). Baum is a man equipped with an arsenal of artistic identities including recording artist, engineer, producer, and videographer. Creatively expressive, RxN’s lyricism paints vivid imagery on the canvas of th ...…
 
Scott Keller, a mixed grain farmer in New Norway, Alta., talks about his concern over the advancing spread of clubroot in canola crops and what producers can do to prevent the yield-robbing disease from extending its range, Allan Dawson with the Manitoba Co-operator reports on crop organization mergers and why Manitoba farmers are feeling “chec ...…
 
Sara Whopner Scofield joins the podcast as an interview guest. Sara and her family are no strangers to mental illness and suicide. Three generations of men in her family have taken their own life and Sara has found a way to fight a genetic predisposition to bipolar disorder and suicidal ideation through therapy and medication. Her work with adv ...…
 
Farm family coach and Grainews columnist Elaine Froese discusses the unique relationship challenges facing farm couples and the importance of maintaining your farm team’s “emotional bank account,” Martin Métivier, television producer for Attraction Images, talks about its reality show “L’Amour est dans le Pré” (Love is in the Field) that’s play ...…
 
Ricardo Gomez joins the podcast as an interview guest. Gomez is a 2013 graduate of South Eugene high school and Eugene, Oregon resident. He was born in Tepatitlan, Jalisco, Mexico and was brought to the United States as a 10 year old child. After living in the US for the majority of his life it has now become his only home. Gomez has worked as ...…
 
Vegans, flexitarians, global warming, oh my! Canadian Cattlemen editor Lisa Guenther reports on some of the issues impacting Canada’s beef producers and how the sector is responding, Timothy Caulfield, research director with the University of Alberta, discusses the celebrity influence of food trends and what the beef industry can do to address ...…
 
Mayo Finch joins the podcast as an interview guest. Finch is a long time friend of our host and lifelong Eugene, Oregon resident and personality. After dropping out of school in the 8th Grade his early education came from life experience, family influences, and constant travel. He studied political science at Lane Community College and also att ...…
 
Gary Johnson, president of SaskOrganics, describes the challenges for organic producers due to the European Union’s tough stance on glyphosate residues, organic specialist Laura Telford talks about the growing demand for organic proteins and some of the export challenges facing Canadian organic producers, David Lobb, University of Manitoba soil ...…
 
Dan Cole, the owner/operator of Suds ‘Em Yourself dog wash, joins the podcast as an interview guest. Suds ‘Em Yourself is located on 11th and Charnelton in downtown Eugene, Oregon and is a self service dog wash and professional pet grooming business. Suds ‘Em Yourself has a friendly staff and loyal customer base full of wonderful pooches from L ...…
 
Recorded live at Manitoba Ag Days in Brandon, reporter Lorraine Stevenson reports on what made it into the new ‘Canada’s Food Guide’ released earlier this week, Allan Dawson talks with John Guelly about how Manitoba producers can get ahead of clubroot in canola, Alexis Stockford reports on a provincial government announcement that could streaml ...…
 
DEF davyne (pronounced divine) is an Oregon based Hip Hop artist that is known for his verbal dexterity, intricate rhyme schemes, and emotional storytelling. He considers himself a writer first, but has been creating and performing music since the late 90’s. Raised in low-income neighborhoods in Southern California, music was a solace from his ...…
 
Allan Dawson of the Manitoba Co-operator reports on the latest developments in the seed royalty proposal, from St. Jean Farm Days, Scott Kehler of Weatherlogics offers his weather forecast for 2019, Tom Wolf of Agrimetrix reveals why it’s crucial that farmers understand ‘inversion’ before spraying dicamba, David Drozd of AgChieve offers a marke ...…
 
Frank Allis joins the podcast as an interview guest. Frank is the owner/operator of Sunset Hut Philly Cheese Steaks located on the corner of 13th and Kincaid in Eugene, Oregon. He was raised in Blackwood, New Jersey but relocated to Oregon to be closer to family. His brother has been the touring manager for the Wailers for many years and Frank ...…
 
Alexis Stockford with the Manitoba Co-operator reports on the growing interest in regenerative agriculture and the wide range of benefits it can offer producers, John Greig, editor of Farmtario, offers an update on how growers in Ontario have been affected by this past year’s corn harvest and the high DON levels that are creating a very limited ...…
 
Brenden Lynch, aka Cerebral Coretext, joins the podcast to discuss his career in the Eugene, Oregon hip hop community, his newfound love of photography, and the joy of fatherhood. Lynch is originally from San Jose, California but relocated to Oregon as a teenager where he bumped elbows with local artists and some of the hardest working emcees i ...…
 
Glacier FarmMedia editorial director Laura Rance, reporters Ed White and Robert Arnason of the Western Producer, Manitoba Co-operator editor Gord Gilmour, and Bruce Burnett, director of weather and markets information for Glacier FarmMedia, discuss some of the top news stories and developments that had an impact on agriculture in 2018. Hosted b ...…
 
This week’s show features an interview with Gren Winslow, who is retiring from Canadian Cattlemen Magazine after 33 years as editor. Guests Dave Wreford, former editor of Country Guide, John McKinnon, beef researcher with the University of Saskatchewan and Charlie Gracey, former executive vice president of the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association t ...…
 
Kaz Zaidi joins the podcast to discuss Brexit, Democratic Socialism, and universal healthcare across the globe. Zaidi was born and raised in London, England and since relocated to Oregon where his wife grew up. He is a graduate student at the University of Oregon studying Political Science. Ending track “Saying Merry Christmas Again”By SelfEste ...…
 
Sylvain Charlebois, University of Guelph professor and co-author of the recent Canada Food Price Report, talks about the future of Canada’s beef industry and the “right” to eat meat, Jennifer Blair with the Alberta Farmer Express reports on the state of Alberta’s cattle herd and how recent trade deals offer potential for growth, and Bruce Burne ...…
 
The band Spiller joins the podcast to discuss their upcoming west coast tour. Named after the University of Oregon dorm where they first met, Spiller’s four members came together from opposite sides of the world. Combining indie rock and jazz, their music doesn’t fall under one genre, so they invented their own: plant rock. Spiller’s sound, alo ...…
 
Recorded at the Agricultural Manufacturers of Canada annual meeting in Winnipeg, Gord Gilmour talks with AMC executive director Steve McCabe about the state of the precision agriculture sector, Owen Kinch of DOT Technology Corp. and Darcy Cook of JCA Electronics discuss how technology applications are changing the face of precision ag and which ...…
 
The Valley River Center mall Santa, Ken Major, joins the podcast. We discuss a dream where he had a calling to become Santa, his work previously as a Lane County Deputy Sheriff at the “Blue Bar Hotel”, and operating a mortuary in Springfield, OR. Major has been Santa since ‘95 and is recognized as the best Santa in Lane County. Hosted by Patric ...…
 
Barb Glen with the Western Producer reports on what we know about a recent case of bovine tuberculosis in a B.C. cow, Lisa Guenther of Canadian Cattlemen speaks with Shannon Benner of 4-H Canada about a new scholarship opportunity and separately with Sean Finn of CN Rail about this year’s grain transportation, John Greig of Farmtario examines a ...…
 
Today I talk with my friends Parth, Colin, and Amy about some of the strangest beers America has to offer and then, for better or worse, we drink them. https://archive.org/download/BBBSEp1VFINAL/BBBS%20Ep%201_vFINAL.m4a
 
Blair Conrad joins the podcast to discuss her personal story and homelessness in Lane County. Conrad has battled depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, PTSD, and addiction all of her adult life. Four years ago she found herself homeless with very little to be optimistic about. Today she is healthy, housed, employed and a happily married woman a ...…
 
Lisa Guenther, associate editor with Canadian Cattlemen, speaks to Vern Baron of the Lacombe Research Centre about a study looking at declining hay yields and Dr. Henry Janzen with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada about the importance of perennial forages, Ed White of the Western Producer talks with trade policy expert Bill Lapp about the escal ...…
 
The very first episode of Gratitude Groove!
 
Gord Gilmour, editor of the Manitoba Co-operator, shares why Manitoba pork producers are optimistic about their sector despite a variety of recent setbacks in the industry as a whole, Michael Sligh, organic farmer and founder of the National Organics Standards Board in the U.S., discusses some the challenges that lie ahead in the organic indust ...…
 
James Barber returns to the podcast to recap the midterm election results. Barber was a candidate for the East Lane County Commissioner position. He was defeated in the primary. He later endorsed the eventual winner, Heather Buch. Barber continues to be a strong presence in Lane County politics as a progressive and a proud member of Our Revolut ...…
 
Latest episode of Gratitude Groove
 
Ralph Pearce, field editor with Country Guide, reports on the major business players adopting blockchain and how the technology is poised to improve agricultural commodity trading, it’s been a tough harvest on the Prairies, so Digver Jayas, grain storage expert at the University of Manitoba, offers producers advice on aeration and what they nee ...…
 
Latest episode of Gratitude Groove
 
Latest episode of Gratitude Groove
 
Gary Stordy of the Canadian Pork Council and its reaction to Canada’s signing of the CPTPP trade agreement, John Greig, editor of Farmtario, and Allan Dawson, reporter with the Manitoba Co-operator, discuss impacts farmers in Ontario and on the Prairies are likely to see in the federal government’s carbon tax price plan, Musu Taylor-Lewis with ...…
 
Latest episode of Gratitude Groove
 
Latest episode of Gratitude Groove
 
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