Best composting podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Written, produced and edited by Seattle Tilth's Master Composter/Soil Builders. Learn how to compost in the great northwest.funded by Seattle Public Utilities, the King County Hazardous waste management program and the Saving Water Partnership and managed by Seattle Tilth.
 
Telling the stories of community composting across the United States.
 
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Chicken Whisperer
Monthly+
 
Backyard Poultry with the Chicken Whisperer®, brought to you by Kalmbach Feeds, is a nationally broadcast web radio show all about keeping backyard poultry, show poultry, and living a self-sufficient lifestyle. Each week, the Chicken Whisperer®, Editor In Chief of, Chicken Whisperer Magazine, Author of, The Chicken Whisperer's Guide To Keeping Chickens, and National Spokesperson for the USDA-APHIS Biosecurity for Birds Program, welcomes experts in their field from around the country to share ...
 
LivingHomegrown is all about living farm fresh without the farm. Through canning and preserving, artisan food crafting, edible gardening and small-space homesteading (including backyard chickens & goats) you can enjoy the flavors of the season and live a more sustainable lifestyle no matter how small of a space you call home. Hosted by TV canning expert and national PBS TV producer, Theresa Loe, this weekly podcast continues the flavorful conversation happening at LivingHomegrown.com and the ...
 
Dave and Trish talk about gardening and all things plants. Produced by the National Gardening Association.
 
Welcome to The Urban Farm Podcast, your partner in the Grow Your Own Food revolution! This audio only podcast features special guests like Jason Mraz, Lisa Steele, and Kari Spencer as we discuss the art and value of growing food in urban areas. We'll explore topics such as urban beekeeping and chicken farming, permaculture, successful composting, monetizing your farm, and much more! Each episode will bring you tips and tricks on how to overcome common challenges, opportunities to learn from ...
 
Dave and Trish talk about gardening and all things plants. Produced by the National Gardening Association.
 
The joe gardener Show is a podcast all about learning to be a better, smarter gardener and hosted by national gardening expert and PBS television host, Joe Lamp'l. Interviews include the leading authorities in their specialty with an emphasis on organic gardening, growing food, and creating a wildlife-friendly habitat.
 
wHolistic approach to health, life, food, thoughts and more. For the mind, body, spirit, planet, universe & beyond! Host: Lori is a compassionate leader and coach of holistic health and holistic living.
 
Speaking of Green, raises awareness on sustainability, environmental issues, companies and organizations that support a sustainable future and promote more a eco-friendly lifestyle.
 
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Outside/In
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Our connection to the outdoors runs deep in our DNA, but our relationship to the natural world can be complicated. From the unintended human costs of clean energy, to the murky ethics of high-risk rescue missions, to our seemingly eternal conflict with invasive species, we dive head first into those complexities with stories, in-depth reporting, and a touch of nerdiness. You don’t have to be a conservation biologist, a whitewater kayaker, or an obsessive composter to love Outside/In. It’s a ...
 
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Naturelady
Weekly+
 
Learn How to Save the World by the actions of only one single person - YOU!!! Please help us to change the world for the better one person at a time. This show is not about the host it is all about the message. Call in on USA 646 200 0150 but please keep all comments secular (non religious) as we want all to hear the message! Thank you so much! Peace, Joy Love and Blessings, Naturelady
 
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Progressive Farming
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Progressive Farming is about doing and thinking “beyond organic”. BioEnergetic Agriculture is a platform of thought and action towards the physical, mineral, biological, and energetic capacities of living systems. BE Ag integrates cutting-edge agronomic concepts such as base saturation mineral balance, compost tea, activated water, biodynamic methods, and more. Learn about these concepts and how to put them to work in your garden, farm or landscape in this weekly webinar from Evan Folds, Fou ...
 
Save money and create a healthy environment. We will cover organic gardening, edible landscaping, rainwater harvesting, saving water, recycling, compost, remove toxins inside your home, alternative energy, sustainable living and much more.Visit us at EarthFriendlyHomeowner.com for show notes, product reviews and more.
 
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Smiling Gardener
Weekly
 
This podcast is created by a Certified Organic Gardener, for you, an organic home gardener. I share organic gardening tips you can put to use right now in your garden. I focus on the following 3 topics: How to grow your own chemical-free, nutrient-dense, impossibly-delicious nuts, seeds, fruits and vegetables; How to control insects, diseases and weeds forever without any chemicals; How to make your soil and compost so healthy and alive that you almost want to eat it!
 
Maureen Howard hosts a half-hour sustainable living show. From making your own cleaning products to composting, recycling, keeping chooks and reducing your carbon footprint, Maureen and her guests will inspire you with practical, everyday solutions that make a difference. Email Maureen directly with ideas, comments and feedback at ecolivinginaction@gmail.com or visit her website http://ecolivinginactiondunedin.wordpress.com
 
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Farm On
Monthly
 
Hosted by Joe Phillips. New episodes monthly. Conversations with agriculturists, artists and activists on the front lines of the food movement. Subscribe on iTunes, or wherever you get your podcasts. To hear more episodes or to read my essays on everything from zucchini to Zen, visit dharmaonthefarm.comTheme music performed by Joe Phillips and engineered by Jude Shuma.Header image: “Proposal for a New American Agriculture”, composted cotton flag by Claire Pentecost
 
Join your host, Meredith Medland, 3outcomes.com founder and NLP coach, in deep and intimate conversations with guests who share their emotional experiences of ecological awakening as well as the "pain points" that keep them moving toward a more sustainable lifestyle. While most green shows are about tips and tricks, LivingGreenShow.com highlights the psychology of ecology, with in-depth interviews about the attitudes, values and beliefs that are the motivators for the actions and behaviors o ...
 
Prolific producers, DJs and remixers Part-Time Heroes bring you their regular foray into broadcasting The Hideout Sessions. The duo combine the best in Soul, Funk, D&B, Disco, Hip Hop and all manner of other progressive Electronica in their monthly 2 hour show. Airing preview cuts from labels such as First Word Records, Compost, Ninja Tune, Tru Thoughts, Eglo and Hospital to mention a few, you're guaranteed to fall in love with something fresh. It's all about scratching the surface and suppo ...
 
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The Associate Minister for the Environment says she's inclined towards a ban on plastic bags, but work on the issue is still underway.
 
The second Draft Toronto podcasts features live readings from Zak Jones, Erin Foley and Daniel Tremblay. Zak reads two poems, ‘Dinner Bell’ and ‘Tidal Wave Surmounting’; Erin reads two poems, ‘Marauders’ and ‘Compost’; Daniel Tremblay reads two poems, ‘Shade’ and ‘The flowers here are very smart. Recorded live at The Belljar Cafe in Toronto. Th ...…
 
Landscape designer and gardener Xanthe White on what to do in the garden as the weather gets colder and the ground gets wetter. It's all about composting and pruning at this time of year. She'll also have tips about getting winter greens in, and which brassicas are easier to grow than others.
 
Erik Jurriaans is a Chemical and Biological Engineering graduate. Michael Chong is a Kinesiology graduate. They’re childhood friends who reconnected to create Sustainabus, a fully sustainable live-in school bus project. They’re going to travel from South Western Ontario to Central America in the bus with a mission of inspiring sustainability an ...…
 
Let’s talk compost! This week, we’re getting in to why composting matters + how easy peasy it is to offset your environmental footprint. If you want to chat more, DM me on instagram (@lauraediez), my site (lauraediez.com) or email me (laura@lauraediez.com). We can also be Facebook friends! References Here is any easy walk-through of setting up ...…
 
As major supermarkets and other retailers look to phase out single use plastic bags - what is being offered in their place? And what should we do with them? Kathryn Ryan talks to Canterbury University's sustainability advisor, Matt Morris and Steve Rickerby of WeCompost in Auckland about the challenge of disposing of 'compostable' products.…
 
Colour and Pitch Sessions - May 2018Hosted by Will SumsuchSubscribe via Apple Podcasts: geni.us/ColourAndPitchTracklist:1. Mike City - 100 Miles feat. Carl Thomas (Sumsuch Remix) - BBE2. Pablo Fierro - Kalaa - Compost Black Label3. Midnight Workouts - Loverman (Vincenzo Remix) - Be Adult Music4. Shahrokh Dini - Kuwasaki (LoYoTo Remix) - Compost ...…
 
In our 7th episode, we discuss how we like to test our gardens and what we like to do if we don't like what we find. We go into the making and upkeep of proper compost. Notes: Gary Zimmer - http://www.midwesternbioag.com/leadership/gary-zimmer/Elaine Ingham - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elaine_InghamSoil Diversity Primer - http://www.enviroth ...…
 
Denise Thompson and Jessica Veldstra discuss stuff that Christian's say that that is particularly unhelpful and the reasons why we should stop saying them. They also review Pela, the new compostable phone case.
 
As young people at UUCPA come of age, they spend several months together in reflection on the questions adult UUs grapple with, meet with mentors from the congregation, and articulate their own beliefs in a credo project. This service is the culmination of their project where they lead the service and share their credos. Credos and Statements o ...…
 
This is episode 18 of the Get in My Garden Podcast. Today we meet Bradley Babb, permaculture expert, consultant to natural farmers and to New Mexican medicinal cannabis growers through his business called Earthtone Permaculture. He consults with businesses and individuals about water catchment, soil building and erosion management but is focuss ...…
 
There are currently over 1,200 businesses composting in the Metro area. Hear from an Oregon hotel and a restaurant owner about how diverting food waste from the landfill brings financial gains, changes company culture, and makes business sense. Guests: Alex Bertolucci, Green Business Advisor, Washington County Scott Youngblood, Embassy Suites b ...…
 
Co-host and WU student Maura Romano interviews colleague Michelle Hicks about implementing on- and off-campus composting.
 
In this episode I review a week in Yosemite, struggling with guilt & van envy, receiving good things in my life, and THEN I discuss using a composting toilet!
 
This week on Backmarker Podcast we prepare for the Spanish GP and discuss all the weeks F1 news. News: • Hard line Renault won't extend Red Bull engine decision deadline. http://www.f1i.com/news/302805-hard-line-renault-wont-extend-red-bull-engine-decision-deadline.html#.Wu6t48ig-QA.twitter• Renault extends Red Bull's engine decision deadline. ...…
 
Morgan Molidor (@simple.human.bean) is a functional nutritionist and practitioner of ayahuasca. When I first met Morgan at the coffee shop down the street, I was instantly curious of her calm and equanimous demeanor... there was something she knew that I didn’t. Our conversation confirmed that my curiosity was well placed. In this jam-packed di ...…
 
Dany Millikin’s subject on this Saturday morning dealt with dry weather plants. But he also answered questions with co-op member, Zach Buchanan of Buchanan’s Native Plants about moving a tree farther away from a home, should you compost pecan tree tassels or just leave them alone, and what type of soil should be used for growing vegetables. [di ...…
 
Are you really constantly repairing your boat when you cruise? That's a big question for those thinking about the life, especially as so many people make jokes about "cruising is just fixing your boat in exotic places." To answer that question, Carolyn Shearlock listed every single repair -- large and small -- that they did while on a 4-month c ...…
 
Paul Tasner loves talking about entrepreneurism, ageism, and sustainability and is now doing the most challenging and meaningful work of his life right - at the age of 72! But it took a big hiccup to allow that to occur. As with many things in life when something negative happens, like being fired from a decades long job, you can wallow in self ...…
 
Aired Tuesday, 1 May 2018, 5:00 PM ESTHow the “Liberator Trickster Redeemer” – Can Save Us From the Con ManA Conversation with Visionary Activist Caroline Casey“If you don’t like the current programming, turn off your TV and tell-a-vision instead .” — Swami BeyondanandaWiki Politiki listeners, you’re in for a real treat this week as we converse ...…
 
This is episode 17 with Nick Kiss, co-creator of Bokashi Living, a company based out of Vancouver, British Colombia. He spent 14 year involved in a large-scale municipal composting operation, and with his business partners, he is bringing back an ancient Japanese composting method that shortens the complete compost cycle down to just 4-6 weeks. ...…
 
Save Those Scraps! New York City is Expanding its Composting Program by Uptown Radio
 
Today’s guest is Paul Tasner, a former senior executive with enormous experience in all the links of the supply chain. At age 66 he founded his first company, Pulpworks, dedicated to alternative packaging. Pulpwork has the aims of reducing the abusive and evitable usage of plastic in the packaging industry. Facts ⦁ Born in 1945, he’s 72 years o ...…
 
Lifetime organic grower and co-owner of KIS organics Tad Hussey sits down to talk about the biggest misconceptions about organic growing, why he thinks it's important to consider growing organic, compost teas and more. Find out more at kisorganics.com and subscribe to Tad's podcast "Cannabis Cultivation and Science Podcast"…
 
There are more than 5 million species of fungi, and each one likes a particular food. Some like sawdust. Others like plastic. Some can even digest heavy metals. After the fungi eat their meal, what was once waste turns into a new, natural and compostable material that can just be left to decompose or be used in all sorts of practical ways, from ...…
 
City Councillors Alanna Mallon and Sumbul Siddiqui talk about Sumbuls broken ankle the proposed Arts Overlay District in Central Square citywide curbside composting street cleaning and vacant storefronts
 
Greener Village, home of the Fredericton food bank, is getting help with its composting. Three engineering students at UNB, Gaurav Malik, Aaron Sentner and Alexander MacGregor, built an efficient grinder to break down food waste. Alex Boyd, interim executive director at Greener Village, said the new grinder is more efficient, electric and allow ...…
 
Narrowboat Mudlark heads off to Furness Vale, we talk about nettles, and what to do with the compost in your loo.
 
Garden update On this episode I describe all the recent developments in the garden as of the second day of spring. Several plants within the newest bed have popped up and are showing good promise. The sweet potatoes won’t be denied. My mushroom compost seed sprouting experiments are a unanimous failure. And we have had some wacky weather over t ...…
 
Did you know some teabags contain plastic, so they will not decompose in your compost bin? Plastic is added to teabags to help them hold their shape. So beware of burying teabags in your garden unless you have researched your brand! If you want to be sure to avoid plastic, choose loose tea in a metal tea ball. But if you have a stash of teabags ...…
 
Bill Kennedy joined the show and talked with Carlisia about learning Go, teaching Go (which is something we'll do at some point or another), making good presentations, and other interesting projects and news. Sponsors Fastly – Our bandwidth partner. Fastly powers fast, secure, and scalable digital experiences. Move beyond your content delivery ...…
 
Bill Kennedy joined the show and talked with Carlisia about learning Go, teaching Go (which is something we'll do at some point or another), making good presentations, and other interesting projects and news. Sponsors Fastly – Our bandwidth partner. Fastly powers fast, secure, and scalable digital experiences. Move beyond your content delivery ...…
 
TLDR by GeekWire is your daily rundown of all things tech. Hosted by Starla Sampaco. Featured Stories: Starbucks pledges $10M to support development of recyclable, compostable coffee cups http://bit.ly/2HPxOuc Environmental group deploys ‘Cup Monster’ to pressure Starbucks to use more sustainable cups http://bit.ly/2hAfZDY Starbucks eliminates ...…
 
Brandon Shea -Street Supervisor/Recycling Coordinator- brush drop off site is open but no meat allowed in the compost heap. Dr. Alex del Carmen Terrorism Expert- bombing in Texas- was shocked that the suspect was caught so quickly, most last for months and years. talked also about the latest school shooting and how we need to pay attention to o ...…
 
Eathan Couch AKA 'Affluenza Teen' set to be released from jail in time for 21st birthday, Man dies after getting head stuck under 'electronic cinema seat' in theater, Escaped monkey spotted near South Florida strip club, Composting your pet is now a thing...
 
Like a grain of wheat falls into a compost pile, Jesus falls into the earth. The damp and still and timeless earth. The quiet earth, accept for the faint percussion of the blind critters who tiptoe over the beads of transforming matter.
 
"Like a grain of wheat falls into a compost pile, Jesus falls into the earth. The damp and still and timeless earth. The quiet earth, accept for the faint percussion of the blind critters who tiptoe over the beads of transforming matter."//John 12:20-33Now among those who went up to worship at the festival were some Greeks. They came to Philip, ...…
 
Erie Mayorial Candidate Jennifer Carroll joins Rachel to talk about her candidacy for the 2018-2020 Mayor position. Jennifer has served as a Trustee for the past 4 years and her passion for the town has inspired her to continue to serve. Originally from Ohio, she now lives in the Sun West North neighborhood and fell in love with it as soon as s ...…
 
These days our household waste goes in all different directions. And some of the most re-usable material – like the green waste that can be composted - turns into something valuable. For the past two and a half years, Sonoma County has been trucking roughly 80 tons of compostable materials to landfills in neighboring counties, at a cost of some ...…
 
The Dude & Scotty Real Are Hanging Out Today And Answering Your Growtalk Questions Like, Can You Make A Compost Tea Out Of Old Growth Forest Material, Whats The Best Way To Sex Plants, Plants With Weird Numbers Of Leaves On Todays Episode Of Growtalk
 
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