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Hey Zone 9 gardeners! Did you know that we can harvest year round? In the wild child garden, we harvest beautiful veggies 52 weeks a year. There is no need for cover crops, never a time when we can’t plant something, and there is always room to add beauty. Learn how to grow like a wild child in your garden too!
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This podcast is devoted to all things gardening. National gardening television host, Joe Lamp'l, guides you through each episode with practical tips and information to help you become a better, smarter gardener, no matter where you are on your journey. This series has a strong emphasis on organic gardening and growing food, but covers a diverse range of topics from one of the country's most informed and leading gardening personalities today.
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The Wild South

Garden & Gun magazine

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The Wild South comes to you from Garden & Gun magazine, featuring conversations with legends of the sporting world–from fishing and hunting guides to artists and wild game chefs–and dives deep into conservation issues as well as entertaining stories–of success and failure–from the field. Hosted by editor in chief David DiBenedetto and contributing editor T. Edward Nickens, The Wild South leaves no kudzu leaf unturned to bring you fresh perspectives and insights about the land we love.
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The No-Till Growers Podcast Network (formerly known as The No-Till Market Garden Podcast) is a nuts and bolts (and earthworms and microbes) look at how to run a productive, profitable no-till market garden for small and mid-sized farmers. It's also where you can hear everything else No-Till Growers produces.
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Helping you become more resilient through food. We are more disconnected from our food and drink than ever before! Generational cooking skills and food traditions are slowly withering away, and many of us have no idea where our food is coming from. We explore topics such as food resilience, nutrition, hunting, foraging, homesteading, regenerative farming, and more. Gather around our table and learn how to take control of your food supply chain and fuel yourself with nutrient-dense food.
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Join presenter, Charlie, in conversation with some incredible naturalists showing us all how we can welcome and encourage wildlife to visit and live in our gardens and community spaces. Are you part of a local community group? We would love to hear from you so get in touch so that we can showcase the work you are doing to connect people and nature!
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The Helpful Gardeners

Golden Acre Home and Garden

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Welcome to the Helpful Gardeners, a weekly podcast diving into the home and garden topics you want to learn more about. We hope to inform, inspire, and bring the fun as two friends who work together and go wild over gardening. Colin is a certified horticulturist with decades of experience working in landscaping, gardening and houseplants in various climactic zones. Brandi is a beginner with a passion to ask questions. Subscribe to catch new episodes every Sunday!
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The Seeking Wild Beauty Podcast explores the inner landscapes of our souls. For all of you empaths, writers, and creatives with roaring hearts looking to unearth your soul medicine/gifts – get cozy and have your journal nearby. Each episode will be deep conversations with other writers, artists, poets, and healers about the creative process, authentic expression, spiritual practice, embodied intuition, and more.
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Ellen Zachos and C.L. Fornari help you discover the amazing world of plants: in the garden, in the wild, and on your plate. They show you how to grow plants successfully, how to enjoy your natural surroundings, and how to make the most of your harvest, whether it's cultivated or foraged. (Spoiler alert: they don't always agree!) You'll find three different topics in each episode, plus email questions from listeners.
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Bees are intelligent, compassionate creatures responsible for 90% of the world’s food. They contribute to sustainable farming, biodiversity, environmental protection, and more. Listen in to learn about the wonderful world of native bees and how you can nurture the literal busy bees of Mother Nature.
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Cool People Who Did Cool Stuff

Cool Zone Media and iHeartPodcasts

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As long as there’s been oppression, there’ve been people fighting it. This weekly podcast dives into history to drag up the wildest rebels, the most beautiful revolts, and all the people who long to be—and fight to be—free. It explores complex stories of resistance that offer lessons and inspiration for us today, focusing on the ensemble casts that make up each act of history. That is to say, this podcast focuses on Cool People Who Did Cool Stuff.
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The CryptoNaturalist is a scripted fiction podcast all about real love for imaginary nature. It’s about cryptids and other weird and wild topics. Featuring poetry and field reports to make our world a richer, stranger place. New episodes 1st/15th.
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Are you ready to be converted to living a gardening life? Each week, join Carol Michel and Dee Nash, both passionate gardeners, authors, and long-time bloggers, as they chat over the garden fence about flowers, veggies, and all the best dirt on gardening. Carol and Dee have the audacity to call themselves gardenangelists, evangelists for gardening, and want everyone to dig in the dirt, sow a few seeds, and enjoy the simple pleasures and even a few pitfalls of a gardening life. If you are rea ...
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Prepare to forget everything you ever thought you knew about camping, fly fishing and outdoor adventure with the always super hilarious, Hank Patterson. Hank is a high school graduate, community college dropout, camping expert and world renowned fly fishing guide. Follow Hank into the wild at your own risk!
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Have you ever dreamt of starting a farm or homesteading? Do you love foraging for wild edibles? Is your perfect afternoon spent drifting downriver, fishing for that nights dinner? Or do love to spend a crisp fall morning hunting for wild game to share with your family? Or perhaps you spend all your free time digging in your garden, collecting herbs, vegetables, and fruits to enjoy. Homesteady is a show that focuses on living a more sustainable life. We talk about all the ways a modern Homest ...
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Prepping skills taught on a positive note. From growing your own food and stocking a prepper pantry, to providing your own water and electricity and making your own natural remedies, learn the prepping skills you need to sustain you and your family through any crisis.
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Growing from a friendship forged at the Cullowhee Native Plant Conference many moons ago, this rock star trio has brought podcasting to a whole new level. I'm not saying that's a high level, just a new level.
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A podcast about vegetable gardening, food preservation, home economics and DIY living. Hosted by Erik Knutzen and Kelly Coyne, authors of The Urban Homestead and Making It: Radical Home Ec for a Post Consumer World.
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Whoever you are, no matter how lonely, the world offers itself to your imagination, calls to you like the wild geese, harsh and exciting over and over announcing your place in the family of things. Cover art photo provided by rawpixel on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@rawpixel
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Welcome to Kalliope's Sanctum, a story podcast hosted by writer Sylvia V. Linsteadt. This podcast is dedicated to Kalliope, primordial and first Muse of epic poetry and ecstatic song in ancient Greece. This podcast is a place of sanctuary for her oldest stories. It is a return to the wild garden, to the spring, to the ground of being & the source of inspiration in the Earth. Here, we honor Kalliope as Muse of Earth. Here, you will find some of the stories beneath the stories of Old Europe: s ...
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The Evergreen Thumb

Erin Landon, WSU Extension Master Gardener Program

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Since 1973, WSU Extension Master Gardeners have been developing programs to address the evolving needs of our communities. Each episode, we'll delve into the fascinating world of gardening, exploring a wide range of topics tailored to our unique climate and diverse flora. Whether you're an experienced gardener with a green thumb or a beginner eager to cultivate your own green oasis, this podcast is here to inspire and educate. Join us as we invite expert horticulturists, seasoned Master Gard ...
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Growing Wild

Charlotte Petts

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Growing Wild has been espousing the virtues of nature since 2016, when it started as a radio show. Presenter and producer Charlotte Petts is a big nature lover and seeks people out to help understand different environmental issues, to tell of their work, adventures and, moreover, to share their mutual love of the outdoors. There are (to name but a few) wild swimmers, mountaineers, allotmenteers, soil scientists, swift watchers, writers, painters, therapists, garden designers and even hedge e ...
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EcoJustice Radio presents environmental and climate stories from a social justice frame, featuring voices not necessarily heard on mainstream media. Our purpose is to amplify community voices, broaden the reach of grassroots-based movements, and inspire action. We investigate solutions for social, environmental, and climate issues with an eye to advance human health, steward wild landscapes, and solve the climate crisis across the USA and the world. Featured weekly on KPFK Los Angeles and KP ...
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Seeds & Weeds Podcast

Bevin Cohen, Small House Farm

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Join us as we talk with gardeners, foragers, herbalists, chefs and community activists to explore the many ways that plants impact our cultures and cuisines, our history and our future. Along the way, we'll also learn quite a bit about growing our own! The Seeds and Weeds Podcast is hosted by Bevin Cohen and brought to you by Small House Farm. Support the show: www.patreon.com/smallhousefarm
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The Daily Gardener is a podcast about Garden History and Literature. The podcast celebrates the garden in an "on this day" format and every episode features a Garden Book. Episodes are released M-F.
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Suzy shares the joy of watching wild birds, from her garden visitors in southern England to birds seen internationally. Learn how to identify species, notice their behaviours, and recognize songs and calls. Join Suzy for recorded bird outings, interviews with experts and enthusiasts, and stories from birders around the world. Suzy says: “Birding is a great pastime. It can be done with others or alone. You don't need expensive equipment, your eyes or ears are enough. And best of all, the Casu ...
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Puny humans beware! Radio Free Transylvania is a high-octane, white-knuckle thrill ride through the wild and weird world of Planet Stupid hosted by everyone’s favourite trans-dimensional Transylvanian tyrant turned radio host, Baron Mark Von Frankenstine XIII. It doesn’t matter if you’re a wastoid, a lobotomite or just a garden variety jerkazoid, Radio Free Transylvania is guaranteed to provide your feeble mortal brain with the chilling thrills that kill!
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Mat Memories From Madison Square Garden

John Arezzi/Ritchie Garcia/Tim Puttre

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From August 30th, 1971 through the summer of 1977 Pro Wrestling Historian and Author John Arezzi attended EVERY show at the famed arena, Madison Square Garden, often called the Mecca of pro wrestling. From his beginnings as a 14 year old wrestling fan, shooting photos and 8mm film footage at the matches, He then became the President of the Fred Blassie Fan Club. John eventually evolved to one of the very few credentialed photographers allowed backstage and given ringside press access. On thi ...
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Greening Up My Act

Kat Cox & Tiffany Verbeck

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For skeptics of sustainable products, learn how to spot greenwashing in the wild. This sustainability podcast is hosted by two marketing writers — Kat and Tiff — who reveal the sneaky tactics brands use so you can avoid getting tricked by green hooey.
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Now in its third year, Bobs Garden is a glorious ten minute slow podcast recorded live on an English allotment in the Cotswolds. It's great for going to sleep with. New episodes every Tuesday and Thursday morning across the growing season, in all weathers. Tune in to the sounds of the weather and the wild birds. Catch up with the chickens, ducks and and hear about all the other projects happening in the garden. insta @bobsdotgarden | youtube.com/@bobsgarden
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Born in New York, raised in Toronto, Jill Culiner has lived in several cars, one closet, a Hungarian mud house, a Bavarian castle, a Turkish cave dwelling, in a haunted house on the English moors, in the Sahara desert, on a Greek island, in several French villages and has worked as a go-go girl, belly dancer, fortune teller, translator, newspaper deliverer, radio broadcaster, contemporary artist, photographer, actress and writer. She has written two mysteries, Sad Summer in Biarritz, and Dea ...
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In this episode of the Wild Child Kitchen Gardening podcast we are digging in to your garden why. Whether you have been gardening 50 years or 15 minutes, a garden why is so important, and so overlooked. We don't talk about this, but without a "garden why" you are just going to do what everyone else is doing, and that will satisfy you. So determine …
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Converting lawn to meadow is not as hard as it may seem, and my guest this week demonstrates as much in his book “Tiny + Wild: Build a Small-Scale Meadow Anywhere.” Graham Laird Gardner works to get the word out about the simplicity and benefits of creating a native meadow. Podcast Links for Show notes Download my free eBook 5 Steps to Your Best Ga…
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From prehistoric times to modern day supermarkets, nuts have been a reliable food source throughout history. And there are plenty of species you can gather in the wild to fill your pantry! Hickory nuts being one of them. In this episode, we chat with James Mann from Spicebush Woodcraft and dive deep into the world of hickory nut foraging. Episode O…
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About 80% of the population is allergic to the oily resin urushiol, the compound found in poison ivy that causes dermatitis — a burning, itching rash. Reactions to poison ivy range from mild to life-threatening, and I am among those who have ended up in the ER due to poison ivy exposure. As this three-leaved menace is in its peak season, I am revis…
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Dee and Carol discuss growing petunias from seed, growing sweet potatoes, Monty Don's new book and more. For complete information, check out our free Substack newsletter. Links! Flowers: Old-fashioned, heirloom climbing petunia this year from Select Seeds. Success! Silver Vein petunias Wave Carmine Velour petunias, AAS winner Veggies: Purple Sweet …
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In this episode of The Evergreen Thumb, we offer a comprehensive preview of the highly anticipated 2024 WSU Extension Master Gardener Advanced Education Conference. Join us as we delve into the conference's exciting lineup, featuring the keynote speaker, diverse workshops, and in-depth sessions designed to enhance your gardening expertise. This eve…
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Bridget Bishop, Maurice Sendak & Amazing Archaeological Advancements Playlist: J.G. Thirlwell - No Vacancy Pointed Sticks - The Witch Trio - Ja Ja Ja C & C Surf Factory - Cobra Basket The Reaction - Get The Rods Out Cult Heroes - I Don't Like It The Smears - Wild Thing Les Breastfeeders - Ne Perd Pas La Tete (Marie Atointette) Forbidden Dimension -…
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In our 50th (!!!) episode, Tiffany teaches Kat about the idea of "clean diesel" and how the U.S. government has been pushing it. Does it exist? Is it something you can use to live a more eco-friendly lifestyle? Or is it just a bunch of green hooey? Sources EPA on NOx: https://www.epa.gov/no2-pollution/basic-information-about-no2 US Department of En…
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We visit the renowned Rutt's Hut in Clifton, New Jersey, where we chat with Billy Chrisafinis about the restaurant's history and famous deep-fried hot dogs, known as rippers. Billy shares the story of how his immigrant father and uncles took over the 96-year-old establishment in 1974, maintaining its efficient operations and unique traditions. The …
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Dave and Eddie talk with wild turkey biologist Mike Chamberlain about threats to the birds’ populations and the ways regulators, conservationists, and sportsmen and sportswomen are working to keep their numbers healthy. They also discuss ethical quandaries they and others face as turkey hunters. The episode is an edited version of a conversation he…
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In this episode, we explore the controversial topic of carbon capture and storage (CCS) with insights from various experts and activists. We begin with excerpts from Taylor Brobrey’s keynote at the 2024 Bioneers Conference, where he shares his personal experiences growing up in North Dakota amidst the coal and oil industries. Next, we hear from cli…
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Contentment is both a skill and a gift we grant ourselves. The CryptoNaturalist is written and read by Jarod K. Anderson. Preorders for Jarod K. Anderson’s new memoir about loving nature and struggling with depression are now open. Visit JarodKAnderson.com for more information. To find bonus content and a variety of strange rewards, support our sho…
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Today, I have TWO guests, Emily Von-Trapp of Von Trapp Flowers in VT and Linda D’arco of Little Farmhouse Flowers in NY. Emily and Linda each operate their own cut flower businesses with a focus on wholesale and winter flower bulb forcing AND they collaborate to teach flower farmers how to bring beautiful flowers to bloom during the coldest and dar…
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Gardening is a personal journey. There's so many ways to approach it, including the organic approach. A decade ago, much like with gluten free and vegan options, there wasn't much on the market for organic options. In recent years, there has been a push toward offering more ecofriendly products to aid every part of the growing process. Let's dive i…
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Controlling deer is a challenge for many gardeners, whether they have ornamental gardens or are raising vegetables, not to mention rabbits, squirrels, groundhogs, raccoons, moles and voles. To explore the most effective ways to control nuisance wildlife, I spoke with wildlife damage management specialist Marne Titchenell, who shared her advice on w…
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Dee and Carol mixed things up a bit this week. All the details are in our free Substack newsletter. Here's some information about how to support us, contact us, or follow us on social medial Our Affiliates (Linking to them to make a purchase earns us a small commission): Botanical Interests Farmers Defense Etsy Territorial Seeds True Leaf Market Ed…
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Are you ready to build and use your own herbal apothecary? Herbalist, author and educator Mary Colvin joins us to talk about her new book, The Herbalist's Guide; how to build and use your own apothecary. We also dig into herbal energetics, working with local herbs and so much more! Mary is a registered herbalist of the American Herbalists Guild and…
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Julius Nepotianus, Suzi Quatro & Cockroach Husbandry Playlist: J.G. Thirlwell - No Vacancy The Len Bright Combo - Cut Off My Head Blacktop - I think It's Going To Rain Shadowy Men On Shadowy Planet - Egypt, Texas The Shiverettes - Broken Record The Subhumans - Firing Squad Suzi Quatro - 48 Crash The Hives - Rigor Mortis radio Personality Crisis - T…
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We're starting off season 5 with a controversial chat about electric vehicles and whether they're worth the switch. Subscribe to our new Patreon to get exclusive content and support the podcast! www.patreon.com/greeningupmyact Sources: NPR - EV Batteries Hurt the Environment, but Gas Cars are Still Worse - https://www.npr.org/2024/05/09/1250212212/…
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In this episode of "Greetings from the Garden State," host Mike Ham sits down with Bromme Cole, the CEO of the Sound Start Foundation. The Sound Start Foundation is dedicated to providing early intervention services for children born hard of hearing, ensuring they can integrate seamlessly into general education by age three and a half. Bromme Cole …
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We sat down with James Skeet, Executive Director of Covenant Pathways on his Spirit Farm in New Mexico. Along with our host Carry Kim and a group of fifteen people from Los Angeles, we visited Spirit Farm near Gallup, New Mexico in May of 2024. It was an amazing education in the Navajo-Diné World where we connected with the land, our hosts, and eac…
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Dave and Eddie talk with guide and environmental advocate Hilary Hutcheson, who grew up on the rivers of her home state of Montana, continues to guide there, and is a leading voice in raising awareness of how climate change is affecting North America’s fishing heritage. The mother of three grown children has fished all over the world (with a soft s…
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Research underscores the remarkable efficiency of wild bees over their honey-producing counterparts in pollinating fruit trees, a critical insight for agriculture and biodiversity. Today we’re exploring the verdant orchards of Ireland with Garry Connolly, a passionate advocate for native bees. Garry shares his journey from curiosity to action, mobi…
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Are you striving to live a more self-reliant lifestyle but struggling to find the time for all your projects and responsibilities? This episode of the Prepping Positively Podcast is here to help! Join us as we explore: - Why Time Management Matters:** Learn how managing your time effectively can boost your productivity and reduce stress, all while …
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Hooray! Kat and Tiff are so excited to announce they launched a Patreon. If you're looking to support an independent podcast and you get value from their show, they'd love the support. The cost of one cup of coffee a month gives you a bonus episode every month (even between seasons)! Head here to sign up: patreon.com/GreeningUpMyAct Patreon: patreo…
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Over the last 14 years, Ray Tyler of Rose Creek Farms has been passionate about developing growing systems to successfully grow and sell certified organic produce fifty-two weeks a year in western Tennessee. Along with his wife Ashley and six homeschooled children, he is committed to creating a family-focused farm that allows for a sustainable and …
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