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Interviews about Organic and Earth Friendly Gardening
 
The joe gardener Show is a podcast all about learning to be a better, smarter gardener and hosted by national gardening 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.
 
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 ...
 
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Weekly update from two subsistence organic farmers in the deep South
 
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, ...
 
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, ...
 
Join Jami Boys of the website An Oregon Cottage and her husband Brian (always a co-conspirator in DIY projects and videos) as they discuss cooking simple, real foods, growing food and flowers, and tackling easy home improvement and decor projects - the kind everyone can do. You'll hear the things that went well, as well as things that didn't go according to plan (that you just have to laugh about). Never ones to get hung up on perfection or abilities, they believe everyone can make a house a ...
 
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Does “Trump’s Trade War” provide a strawman on which to blame food price inflation and the collapse of international trade? A lack of feed in Ireland is causing a #FodderCrisis. “Cold & wet” are everywhere: crop losses abound. Start growing food today. Support my work on Patreon: http://patreon.com/IceAgeFarmer [PATREON supporters get 10% off A ...…
 
Show Notes – Natalie Hormann Personal resilience – the ability to cope with stressors, to cope with events that are potentially unpleasant. Community resilience – coloured and varied, tight knit, able to meet its own needs from within. Being resourceful and being able to put yourself in a resourceful state. Important to be able to manage our st ...…
 
On this episode I walk you through the steps to growing one of the fastest growing foods - Microgreens 🔬🍀 it only takes 2 weeks to grow them & they're packed full of nutrition! 👊
 
A Message for the Future Elly Fong-Jones February 25, 2018 I came up to the pulpit today to talk to you about climate change, because it is the most pressing and critical issue facing us today, but also to talk about what we can do about it, because this is a UU congregation and we believe in the power of action. First, though, I’m going to tal ...…
 
Founder and Managing Partners at FreshSource Capital, Lisa Sebesta has launched a creative financial vehicle to grow the local food movement into a sustainable regional food system initiative. Listen to how Lisa and partner Dan Pullman have found, evaluated and supported nearly a dozen of the quickest growing food and agricultural companies in ...…
 
A California man wanted to plant wheat in a field where previous owners had always grown wheat. So he began plowing, but government agents swooped in, declared his field a wetland, and took him to court. They claimed the furrows in his field were small mountains that resulted in discharging water, without a federal permit. Instead of looking th ...…
 
Meet Paula Paula is the Executive Director of Dress for Success, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to empowering women to achieve their economic independence through various levels of support. The main being to provide women with attire to help them thrive in work and life. More than 12,000 volunteers are the driving force behind Dress fo ...…
 
Show Notes for The Conservative Christian Movement Podcast Episode 002 A Journey to the New World Today on The Conservative Christian Movement Podcast, I dig deeper into Saul Alinsky’s first rule for radicals, talk about why the pilgrims set off from England to the new world. We’ll look at some recent news and hit the most ridiculous message fr ...…
 
Our difference maker this week is Beth Anne Dunagan, Executive Director of EAT South. EAT South is an urban teaching farm that engages the community by gathering around, learning about and growing food. The agency empowers people to change the way food travels from the ground to our plates. E.A.T. South is a non-profit organization based in Mon ...…
 
Hello GoodTrashers! Your favorite film analysis podcast is back to finish our Netflix November (December?) marathon with the critically lauded Okja. Okja — Giant Pig in the City The GoodTrash GenreCast wraps up out Netflix November marathon with the much loved Okja. A story of a girl and her giant mutant pig-hybrid. From director Bong Joon-Ho ( ...…
 
Talked with Brian Kirsch from Gray Mockingbird Community Garden in Lake Worth. They are growing the community by growing food. They offer lots of events and programs including: Breakfast at the Garden, Community Yard Sale, Group planting/tours of the garden, Pottery and planting class, food distribution to local food banks, volunteer opportunit ...…
 
Large and growing food movements in the United States seek policy changes to promote healthier and more environmentally sound food choices. Marion Nestle reflects on recent progress. Series: "UC Berkeley Graduate Lectures" [Show ID: 32980]
 
Large and growing food movements in the United States seek policy changes to promote healthier and more environmentally sound food choices. Marion Nestle reflects on recent progress. Series: "UC Berkeley Graduate Lectures" [Show ID: 32980]
 
Meet Rachel Rachel Wenman is a native to Las Vegas and is a serial entrepreneur. She grew up as an athlete, won a Nevada State Championship at the age of 16, and attributes her success as an executive and business owner to the team sports she participated in while growing up. Today, Rachel is the Co-Founder of Urban Seed, an organization that i ...…
 
Local chef Cody Scogin shares some of his secrets to a successful supper club in another Cue entertainment podcast with Journal Star writer Thomas Bruch. Renowned for his skill at baking bread, Cody creates the menus for a supper club at the popular Zion Coffee Bar in Peoria's Warehouse District. He also shares his thoughts on the vibrant, grow ...…
 
Thi Squire is the garden manager for Homestead Hospital, located 30 miles south of Miami on Florida's east coast. Wait, what? Garden manager? At a hospital? Yup. Thi (pronounced "Tee"), a longtime urban gardener and sales rep in the burgeoning farm-to-table industry in South Florida, talked her way into a position growing food for the hospital ...…
 
When people think of "urban farming" they usually think of growing food, not growing flowers. But as Sarah Pappas, the founder of Fresh Cut Flower Farm, explains, there is a market for locally grown floral items. In this episode of YB2C Live, Sarah explains how her previous experience in many parts of the country led her to come to Detroit to s ...…
 
Listeners in Melbourne may know of the popular St Kilda nursery, the Little Veggie Patch, where they grow almost anything anywhere using old bulk fruit boxes – anyway the owners Matt and Dillon have have written Grow Food Anywhere a guide to small space gardening, which is also being published in Europe and USA by Hardie Grant. and Graeme spoke ...…
 
When the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts brought ukulele lessons to a Santa Rosa school, the reaction was unanimous. With the school year beginning, programs that focus on non-traditional approaches to education are also getting underway. One such innovation brings free weekly music lessons to a local elementary school. As Steve Mencher repo ...…
 
Celebrating the harvest and delicious varieties of homegrown food, the National Heirloom Exposition came to Santa Rosa last week with speakers, booths, music and optimism . The National Heirloom Exposition returned to Santa Rosa last week. You may have seen photos of the enormous piles of squashes that have become the event’s calling card – but ...…
 
We eat every day. But what we put in our bodies makes all the difference in the world to our health. Starting off early in life by learning to choose a nutritional diet is the foundation of a vibrant population. And yet, diabetes is at an epidemic level among Texan children, largely due to uninformed nutritional choices by caregivers. Having ac ...…
 
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SHOW NOTESINTRODUCING JONATHAN RUSSO!Have you ever wondered how you become a consultant? How about how long does it take to become one?Our guest today just graduated high school and is getting ready to start college. Over the last four years he explored an interest he had in hydroponics. He started out doing a research SAE, finding out how it w ...…
 
(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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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