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Organic Gardener Podcast
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Interviews about Organic and Earth Friendly Gardening
 
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The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
 
Welcome to The Urban Farm Podcast, your partner in the Grow Your Own Food revolution! This 3-day per week 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 ...
 
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Longleaf Breeze
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Weekly update from two subsistence organic farmers in the deep South
 
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The Preparedness Podcast
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The Preparedness Podcast focuses on preparing for disasters, emergencies and survival strategies for becoming more self-reliant. Every podcast is filled with useful information and personal experience on how you can improve your preps so you can get your family ready to survive what ever crisis might come your way.Common topics are food storage, the economy, natural and technological disasters, bug out bags and evacuation, communications, emergency supplies, water filtering and purification, ...
 
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The Preparedness Podcast
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The Preparedness Podcast focuses on preparing for disasters, emergencies and survival strategies for becoming more self-reliant. Every podcast is filled with useful information and personal experience on how you can improve your preps so you can get your family ready to survive what ever crisis might come your way.Common topics are food storage, the economy, natural and technological disasters, bug out bags and evacuation, communications, emergency supplies, water filtering and purification, ...
 
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Garden Brew
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Every month Christina sits down with fellow gardeners to share the secrets of healthy living, self sustainability, and growing food from the comfort of your own yard. The show welcomes all gardening listeners from the most inept of novices to the old timers with jade thumbs to prove it.
 
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The Preparedness Podcast
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The Preparedness Podcast focuses on preparing for disasters, emergencies and survival strategies for becoming more self-reliant. Every podcast is filled with useful information and personal experience on how you can improve your preps so you can get your family ready to survive what ever crisis might come your way.Common topics are food storage, the economy, natural and technological disasters, bug out bags and evacuation, communications, emergency supplies, water filtering and purification, ...
 
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CarrotCast
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Jason and Mark of PickACarrot.com discuss farming, home gardening, and agrotech through the lens of their experience working with some of the best minds in computer science, agriculture and fine dining. From growing produce for one of the world's premier restaurants, Blue Hill at Stone Barns, down to helping a young family grow food with their young children, we cover the full spectrum of food and agriculture in today's fast growing food movement and the important roll of computer science an ...
 
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(NaturalHealth365) What exactly are genetically modified foods, or GMOs, doing to our health? Will this ‘new’ way of growing food – developed by the biotech industry – actually live up to the promise of feeding the world and reducing our dependency of toxic farming chemicals? Or, does this modern technology pose a serious threat to our digestiv ...…
 
This week On the Road, Dane Neal celebrates Chicago being named the “Restaurant City of the Year” by talking to Bon Appétit Deputy Editor, Andrew Knowlton. He also meets some of the staff and students from Chicago’s amazing Agriculture School, who tell him about their passion for teaching, learning and growing food science. Later, Dane hears fr ...…
 
This week On the Road, Dane Neal celebrates Chicago being named the “Restaurant City of the Year” by talking to Bon Appétit Deputy Editor, Andrew Knowlton. He also meets some of the staff and students from Chicago’s amazing Agriculture School, who tell him about their passion for teaching, learning and growing food science. Later, Dane hears fr ...…
 
Why grow food? Why eat what we eat? Today’s show we are discussing programs that engage young people in conversations about where their food comes from and how to grow their own food. We will hear voices from the Lettuce Grow Food summer camp. We will also be joined by Dr. Roona Ray family doctor and public health specialist discussing her expe ...…
 
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Central Colorado Springs Advice Givers | Business Owners | Entrepreneurs | Interviewing Our Brightest Minds | Lauren Collier
 
Kristen Bailey is a Colorado native who now works as the Outreach Specialist and Volunteer Coordinator for the Homes for All Veterans Program of Rocky Mountain Human Services. She attended the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, and earned a bachelor’s degree in Sociology in 2011. After graduating, she became interested in working with the ...…
 
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The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
 
260: Amanda Jordan-Starks on Vacant Land into Urban Gardens Nourishing a community and its youth through transformative garden programs on vacant properties. In This Podcast: Vacant lands can become whatever you see in them, and for Amanda Jordan Starks she sees potential. Potential for her community, and especially the youth that can grow and ...…
 
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Movers and Shakers with April Wachtel
 
What's up Movers and Shakers, it's your host April Wachtel. My guest today is Nick Devane, the super-savvy CEO of Foodworks, a fast-growing food incubator that's based in Brooklyn, and expanding nationally. Today on the show we discuss Foodworks' trajectory, from Grazer to Homemade to Foodworks, the principles of raising venture capital, and Fo ...…
 
Listen to a ‘Little Bit of Country’ at Capaha Park on Wednesday, June 28 at 7:30 p.m. with the Cape Municipal Band. This week is your last chance to see the "25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" at the Rust Flexible Theatre at the River Campus June 27 and 28! The Cape Farmer’s Market continues on Thursdays from noon - 5 p.m. in the parking l ...…
 
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Finding Sacramento Podcast
 
Nathan sits down with Ramon Perez and Nicole Perez of Puur Chocolat for the 37th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about why valuing the slow pace and technique of the French kitchen still should be valued in the culinary world, what drives cooks at Michelin Star restaurants to work insane hours and live up to out of the worl ...…
 
In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening Show In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Laura Johnston about teaching your kids how to grow their own food with a home vegetable garden and why growing their own food at home is important. Laura Johnston writer of the popular column, multitasking mom's & dad's on Cleveland ...…
 
In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening Show In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Laura Johnston about teaching your kids how to grow their own food with a home vegetable garden and why growing their own food at home is important. Laura Johnston writer of the popular column, multitasking mom's & dad's on Cleveland ...…
 
What can we do to help those in food deserts? How can we address food insecurity and inequality? Pam Hess, the Executive director of Arcadia Center for Sustainable Food and Agriculture, discusses what we can do as individuals and organizations to make whole, real foods available in cities and rural areas where choices are limited. She discusses ...…
 
In this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with the Urban Farmer's Curtis Stone to teach us how we can turn our backyard vegetable garden into a high yield, high producing and profitable business. Curtis will teach you the 5 techniques that you need to know in order to make money ...…
 
In this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with the Urban Farmer's Curtis Stone to teach us how we can turn our backyard vegetable garden into a high yield, high producing and profitable business. Curtis will teach you the 5 techniques that you need to know in order to make money ...…
 
Michael Ableman, the cofounder and director of Sole Food Street Farms, is one of the early visionaries of the urban agriculture movement. He has created high-profile urban farms in Watts, California; Goleta, California; and Vancouver, British Columbia. Ableman has also worked on and advised dozens of similar projects throughout North America an ...…
 
On this episode of Superfood Secrets, Iris explains seasonal foods. Seasonal food is fresh, vibrant, and it connects us with nature. Nowadays, every type of food seems to be available in the supermarkets all year round. Plants and fruits like apples and cucumbers are seasonal but look shiny on supermarket shelves every single day of the year. C ...…
 
Today Iris Huebler is addressing the question she is asked most often: what actually is a superfood? To answer this question it is important to talk about the growing of food. Most superfood definitions ignore this fact, which leads to a lot of confusion on this topic. Therefore in today’s episode there is a very special guest, a gardener with ...…
 
Contact Us www.realfoodchain.wordpress.com/contact-us/ Hello and welcome to episode two of the Real Food Chain podcast! I’m Jon and we’ll hear from my co-host Rich later in the show. This month’s focus is urban farming here in sunny Australia. Rich will be talking with Margaret Paton about her experiences growing food in her Blayney backyard us ...…
 
Analyzing North Korea ahead of another United Nations meeting. Vietnam wants a larger trade role. New graduates start seeking new jobs. Asian art in Italy. Growing food on the water and adapting to survive.
 
This episode features Kriss Marion, a staple in the Wisconsin agriculture community and her bed and breakfast farm enterprise. A love for the outdoors, a love for growing food, and a need for cultivating a healthy body—the catalysts for our featured farmer’s exemplary career in agriculture.
 
We’re excited to have Jeanne Nolan on the podcast today to talk with us about growing cucumbers. Jeanne is based in Chicago and has been growing food organically for over twenty-five years. In this episode we'll discuss when and how to plant cucumbers, trellising techniques, succession planting cuc's and Jeanne's favorite varieties. We need you ...…
 
In this podcast, Dr. Hillary shares her story about how she came to love sprouting as a way to improve nutrition! Sprouting isn't just for hippies, it can be for everyone, as long as you have the basic elements of growing food- seeds, water, sun, soil, and air. (and of course attention!) Even it you don't have sun all year round like in the Pac ...…
 
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In Touch Valley Talk
 
In this week’s episode, we discuss growing our own food. Tom Matott, who has a love for growing food, is the Urban Food Systems Coordinator for Fresno Metro Ministry. Is it hard, is it not? You will soon find out. I love this time of year. This season gives me the opportunity to grow my own delicious vegetables. Saving money, tasting succulent ...…
 
I sat down outside on a deck in the sunshine with Jesse on the 20th of April for this conversation. Jesse (SLEEPWRECK) is a musician of many talents. He plays multiple instruments fluently, but is currently mainly focused on his electronic productions. He has performed at many festivals including Shambala, Burning Man, Crucible and others. He a ...…
 
Living in an LA apartment, Jill Volat felt as far away from her dream as possible. She wanted to own an idyllic farm growing her own food and creating community with neighbors. Then she decided she didn't have to save up money or wait another decade. She could create her dream in the present moment in the middle of Miracle Mile in Los Angeles. ...…
 
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Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women
 
If you’ve ever been interested in growing food, or in advancing it on a campus or in your community, listen to Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson’s interview with a master: George Mason University Greenhouse Manager Donielle “Doni” Nolan. Take notes! Whether you want to build one, teach in one, or volunteer in one – decide if it’s righ ...…
 
In Building Local Power this week, we’re delving into the potential community-based composting holds to empower historically marginalized communities in cities across the United States. Host Christopher Mitchell and ILSR’s Project Manager for the Composting for Community initiative, Linda Bilsens, sit down with composters Sophia Hosain and Guy ...…
 
We celebrate our first anniversary by having guest producer Cristina Kim takes us to Oakland, Ca to talk with Wanda Stewart on the joys and challenges of teaching gardening and community farming at Hoover Elementary. Wanda welcomes us into her classroom and opens up about her goal to dismantle the negative connotations many of her students and ...…
 
Today’s guest is from the Bronx in New York. His journey to agriculture started accidentally while he was dealing with student conflict in his class. From zero agricultural background, Stephen Ritz created a system – a whole school program that changed how the students, the parents, and the community view agriculture. This program, called Green ...…
 
Today’s guest is from the Bronx in New York. His journey to agriculture started accidentally while he was dealing with student conflict in his class. From zero agricultural background, Stephen Ritz created a system – a whole school program that changed how the students, the parents, and the community view agriculture. This program, called Green ...…
 
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My Garage Academy with Doc Higginmeister
 
Breaking 10,000 year old habits is hard! Today, on My Garage Academy, we discuss a new way of viewing our food growing systems. Honestly, it is not new at all. Permaculture is a term for a system of growing food using permanent food ecosystems that are managed by humans for the benefit of the land, food for the farmer, and long-term improvement ...…
 
Our guest for this two-part series is Aileen Suzara. Aileen is an eco-educator, writer, and natural chef who’s dabbled in everything from Pre-Med, to Environmental Work, to Food and founded Sariwa Kitchen (Sariwa = “fresh” in Tagalog), which gathers community and celebrates vibrant Filipino cuisine through pop-ups, catering, and workshops. Aile ...…
 
Feeding future generations simply won’t work without addressing the food we get from our oceans. Oceans serve as our main source of animal protein, with over 2.6 billion people depending on it every day. How we’ll be able to continue sourcing from our oceans however is the million-dollar question. Overfishing has plundered our oceans, pushing f ...…
 
LINKS The Benefits of Drinking Organic Coffee http://wp.me/p5Cqpo-eRv ANZAC DAY How I Went From Tormented Veteran, to Peaceful Homesteader. http://wp.me/p5Cqpo-eQD Why mulch? http://wp.me/p5Cqpo-ePw Organic OU http://wp.me/p5Cqpo-eMu **** This is the World Organic News for the week ending 17th of April 2017. Jon Moore reporting! I’d like to sta ...…
 
Growing food with kids of all ages can be fun and rewarding. On today’s episode, Nicole Burke from the Rooted Garden joins us to share her mission of getting everyone growing their own edible garden. As a mom to 4 kids, Nicole is an expert on the best ways to engage kids in this process, from planning to planting to harvesting and maintenance. ...…
 
Chris is the host of the brand new Dream Nexus podcast. His past InnerVerse appearances have been enlightening and popular with listeners. As usual, we discuss the deprogramming process and the methods we are currently exploring for consciousness expansion, particularly the resurrection of one's inner child and connection to Source.Full episode ...…
 
Our guest at 8:30 was Brie Arthur, author of "The Foodscape Revolution." It's all about growing food in your landscape, around your house or condo, without chemicals.
 
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Infinite Earth Radio – weekly conversations with leaders building smarter, more sustainable, and equitable communities
 
Topic: Making Sure All People Have Access to Affordable Food In This Episode: 02:16 Mike gives the topic that will be addressed in today’s episode. 02:38 Julia Freedgood is introduced. 02:47 Julia tells about the American Farmland Trust. 03:08 Julia shares why farmland and food equity are important. 04:19 Julia explains what food equity is. 05: ...…
 
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