Best localfood podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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In the Local Food Fine Print, we interview food buyers to learn how farmers can access their market and improve relations with buyers. The focus is on intermediate markets like co-ops, restaurants, food hubs, grocery stores, etc. Plus, we discuss details like insurance, food safety, volume req's, delivery schedules, and more.
 
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Local Foods
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This podcast will address issues related to the production, distribution and consumption of local foods.
 
The Pee Dee Food Show is the companion podcast to PeeDeeFoodie.com, an award-winning regional food blog focused on the Pee Dee Region of South Carolina. The Pee Dee Region covers northeastern South Carolina from Myrtle Beach to Columbia, and from North Carolina to the Low Country.We offer weekly episodes, including roundtable discussions at local restaurants, interviews with chefs, entrepreneurs and home cooks, and much more. Occasionally we'll throw in special episodes about upcoming events ...
 
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Local Food Roundup
Weekly
 
The Local Food Roundup is the podcast to go to for news, views and interviews about food on the Palouse.
 
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Local Food Report
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The Local Food Report, with Elspeth Hay, is constantly exploring the Cape, Islands, the south Coast and all our farmer’s markets to find out what’s good, what’s growing and what to do with it.
 
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JACK'S FARM RADIO
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Get to know the personalities behind your food with Dan Heckler.Dan operates JACK'S FARM, a 20 acre Certified Organic vegetable farm in south east Pa.
 
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JACK'S FARM RADIO
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Get to know the personalities behind your food with Dan Heckler.Dan operates JACK'S FARM, a 20 acre Certified Organic vegetable farm in south east Pa.
 
The Minneapolis Farmers Market presents a weekly 15-minute podcast focused on fresh and local foods. Host Susan Berkson talks with growers, food experts and chefs to deliver content for healthy living, food safety and unique meal ideas - sure to transform you into a savvy farmers market shopper. Fresh and Local will teach you how to shop the market, store the food you buy there and prepare delicious dishes. This show is perfect for moms, food bloggers, foodies, gardeners, or aspiring chefs.
 
Join Red Tomato in celebrating 20 years of supporting mid-sized farmers in the Northeast as we explore what it takes to bring local produce to market! For more behind the scenes stories visit: www.righteousproduce.com
 
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 ...
 
Sustainability Podcast where leaders share practical ideas, to help you make a better impact.
 
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Michiana Banana
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A collaborative podcast about real, local food between Edible Michiana and the Purple Porch Co-op.
 
Weird Strange Oklahoma/Talking about Bigfoot, Local Food places and Weird Strange Stories. Join us!
 
These eye-opening videos show how meeting the challenges of a growing global population and degraded ecosystems facing climate change requires fundamental shifts in our systems. A worldwide movement is transforming our food systems to become resilient through ecological agriculture, healthy food, local food economies, and making fair food accessible to all. Since 1990, Bioneers has acted as a fertile hub of social and scientific innovators with practical and visionary solutions for the world ...
 
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Mile High Locavorist
Monthly
 
An interview-driven podcast connecting you with the people and energy of Denver's local food movement. Hear from pioneering chefs, restaurateurs, farmers, gardeners as well as non-profit, government and business leaders, all working to build the Mile High City’s local food ecosystem. Mile High Locavorist champions everything produced and processed in the Denver region from fruits and vegetables to meat and dairy, as well beer, wine and spirits, baked goods and other products with an emphasis ...
 
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HOMEGROWN
Monthly
 
A podcast about local food in Manitoba and its impact on our culture.
 
Three B Zine Podcast Presents Beer Night in San Diego! San Diego’s Longest Running Beer Podcast covering the San Diego Beer Community! Tune in each week as we showcase the best in San Diego Craft Beer, Local Music and Local Food with a touch of comedy. Each week we feature the great people behind the scenes that make San Diego the best city for craft beer, bands and bites! Join us! The official podcast of ThreeBZine.com!
 
Shag carpeting, talking dogs, grizzly bears and Emilio Pucci commercials. Jim Nolan has encountered them all and survived. These stories, most of which first aired on WBFO Public Radio in Buffalo, relate how his love for his hometown and family was able to overcome the obstacles they set in his way, for example, his father's scrambled eggs and offer to reveal "the secret of math." Warm-hearted and hilarious, Smokey the Talking Dog and other tales from the land of loganberry captures a city a ...
 
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Red Dragon Herbs
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A small herbal tea business talks herbs, tea, local food, health, sustainability and small business.
 
A Bainbridge Island podcast radio show discussing local foods, farming, gardening, recipes, cooking and dining in Bainbridge Island, Washington, USA.
 
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Growing Local
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Growing Local is a weekly audio series about local food and farms in the Southern Appalachians. Airs on WNCW 88.7 each Monday at 8:45 a.m. Produced by ASAP, the Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project.
 
A delicious way to taste local! Explore the local food movement in Halifax Nova Scotia with visits to the hottest eateries for tastings with various Halifax guests from all walks of life.
 
These powerful videos show ingenious approaches for a “Fair Food” system for people in an ecologically restorative system. Food justice means access to healthy, fresh and sustainably grown food as a human right, including strong local food systems and economic democracy. It recognizes healthy, affordable food as a solution to the public health crisis. These food justice visionaries are regenerating the land for future generations, building resilience and care. Since 1990, Bioneers has acted ...
 
Helping local food suppliers to grow and manage their customer base. Working with farmers, distributors, foodhubs and more!
 
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Hot Grease
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Mondays at 3:30PM EST Hot Grease is a food culture radio show where the American South and your local food intersects. As host, Nicole A. Taylor reminds people what's great about food: reclaiming culinary traditions & celebrations, cooking at home and eating as a political act. Her show highlights the rising leaders in the good food world, from chefs to bloggers to urban gardeners. For more information visit www.foodculturist.com Georgia native Nicole A. Taylor has been an artisan candy make ...
 
Explore local music and local food with your hosts, Brenda and Jordie. You'll hear interviews and reviews on eats and tunes from your neighbourhood, and a weekly pairing for your date calendar. Put in your earbuds and fire up your taste buds.
 
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Flavor NC | UNC-TV
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A local food series that introduces viewers to North Carolina farmers, ranchers, fishermen and food producers and shares tasty recipes using their products. The series is hosted by Lisa Prince.
 
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There’s a little bit of magic in a fresh-picked blueberry—sweet and still warm from the sun. Hear why farmers from Perry’s Berries in Morganton, North Carolina invite the community to pick berries on their farm. Learn how to visit them and other u-pick farms at www.appalachiangrown.org
 
Chris Interviews Wayne Williams of the Key Family Fruit Farm. Wayne talks about growing tree fruit on a family farm in the Walla Walla Valley and marketing it at regional farmers markets.
 
Ann Bowes interviews Alison Tompkins, a local beekeeper about keeping bees. Alison shares her insights on beginning beekeeping.
 
Bringing permaculture education to city dwellers. In This Podcast: After realizing teaching was not her passion, Amy Stross was looking for something to excite her and fill her need for a purpose. She found both of these when she started growing food and writing about her journey. Embracing permaculture into her gardening and her life, she real ...…
 
Everyones favorite evening is back! Its Beer Night in San Diego! This week we are two hosts down, but we are fortunate to be joined by good friend of the show and great local beer mind Mr. Noah Scoville - Tour Lead for Stone Brewing Co! Tune in as we enjoy many new beers on the show including a brand new R&D beer that has never been tasted outs ...…
 
Bringing gardening experts together in one event. In This Podcast: Sharing is caring, growing, empowering, and a natural part of the food growing community and Stacey Murphy brings several amazing members of the food growing community together in one online summit about Gardening! She explains what the Garden Hack Summit is and why you need to ...…
 
Have you ever been to summer camp with a pig named Doughnut? Farm camps are becoming popular across the country, especially in Western North Carolina. Hear a gaggle of kids pick berries, taste edible flowers, and learn how to feed the pigs at Franny’s Farm Camp in Leicester.
 
Finding bounties of flavor hidden in plain sight. In This Podcast: It was more mostly just to keep herself busy that Sar Bir went to culinary school, and afterward she still found herself trying lots of new things. So it is not a surprise to hear that she stumbled upon fruit trees in the wild and learned she had an interest in foraging. She sha ...…
 
Beer Night in San Diego is back! Everyones favorite night has returned. This week we have yet again lifted the IPA Hiatus for another fun episode. With the hiatus ban lifted and to celebrate the Holiday week we dive head first in to the brand new Southern Hemisphere Hop Pack from Sierra Nevada. The pack comes with 4 new canned offerings, all ma ...…
 
Enjoying a good meal cooked with great food. In This Podcast: When you are passionate about getting a good meal from locally grown farms into your home, you have some technology experience, and you are community minded, it is likely that you’d create your own app to make this happen for others. After you are done, why not make short films about ...…
 
More than 1,000 people visited local farms on ASAP’s Farm Tour in June, and the sounds of farms at work were heard throughout Western North Carolina. Listen to behind-the-scenes tours of Smoking J’s Fiery Foods, L.O.T.U.S. Urban Farm, and Venezia Dream Farm Alpacas. Then go to Mills River Creamery to hear the reaction from the crowd when a calf ...…
 
Finding healing through farming and growing healthy food. In This Podcast: Coming home from deployment is hard enough without adding a significant disease to the mix, yet this is what propelled Stepheni Norton and her husband to make substantial changes in what they ate. From there, they started growing their own healthier food on a portion of ...…
 
Another moon has set on our wonderful city which can only mean one thing…Its Beer Night in San Diego! Were back again and this week we are joined by great friend of the show Chris AKA Average Beer Dude. Our theme this week - New Beers of San Diego. Tune in as we finally lift the IPA Hiatus and dive in to some of the latest beers to be released ...…
 
Katie and Jesse from Black Currant Bakehouse join the podcast to discuss doing business in vacation-friendly Union Pier and the challenges of operating a small bakery.
 
Bonus Episode 18: Seed Saving Class May 2018. A chat with a seed expert about Why is Our Gut Messed Up. In This Bonus Podcast: Belly hurt? Have gut problems? Bill McDorman and Greg Peterson unpack one of the reasons you could be ailing and share the market explosion of heritage grains that are changing the way we eat and bake. And of course you ...…
 
It's time for the annual 4H Chicken Pageant at the Farmers Market, and Tastes of Bainbridge producer Bob Ross is on hand for the festivities. The 4H Chicken Pageant is a delightful event in which 4H members and their respective fowl dress up in costumes and parade for the audience. Host Bob Ross talks with 4H leader Jennifer Amaden and her son ...…
 
Doctors, researchers, and healthcare professionals are working to change the culture of healthcare by focusing on preventing diseases as well as treating them. Leaders in the field will gather in Asheville August 26-29 for a new conference called Healthy Eating in Practice. Learn more and register for the conference at www.healthyeatinginpracti ...…
 
Meet Carolyn Goodwin, food buyer for the Market at Bay Hay, and learn about the challenges and excitement of keeping a small market stocked with exclusively local food products. In this podcast, Carolyn joins host Bob Ross to tell us about the Market's evolving identity. From a tiny non-profit selling local produce at the ferry unloading area a ...…
 
Experimenting with bacteria and beverages. In This Podcast: Having first come across this drink at a cousin’s house and thinking there was something wrong with the odd beverage, it was not until much later - and with an appreciation for fermented foods - that Alex Lewin gave kombucha a real chance. Now he has a real understanding of the process ...…
 
Beer Night in San Diego has returned! This week we are joined by two great friends of the show - Chris and Matt - Co-Creators of Growler Hour and award winning home brew team. Together we dive into Saison Night in San Diego. Tune in as we break down the history and style information on Saisons as well as sample some great local saisons. Plus, t ...…
 
Joe Pulicicchio, Director of Produce & Floral for T&C Markets returns to Tastes of Bainbridge to share his insights on the best produce for summer. Talking about everything from berries to avocados to red potatoes, Joe provides a keen insight about some of the challenges of making sure produce arrives at the optimum peak of color, taste and fre ...…
 
Digging up the story of a slow-food pioneer. In This Podcast: It must have been one well written obituary, because it stuck with Adam Federman and then after he found her book on his parents' shelves he wanted to know more about an almost forgotten culinary star. Ten years later and a treasure trove of writings uncovered, he released his biogra ...…
 
Carolyn Bradley is a fifth generation farmer with a passion for agriculture. Visit her 130-acre farm on ASAP’s Farm Tour and learn how Carolyn and her husband Mike raise grassfed beef. Tickets: asapconnections.org/events/asaps-farm-tour
 
Building local food systems through community markets. In This Podcast: She was not planning to be a Farmers Market Manager, but that where Sara Matlin ended up and she is passionate about her community. She tells about the Phoenix Public Market and how it has grown to over 100 vendors. We also cover how growers can become vendors with their ow ...…
 
Beer Night in San Diego is back with a brand new Extra Innings edition! Joining us for this special extra episode is the one and only Mr. Ian Cheesman. Tune in as we cover some things we didn’t get to cover during our Wheel of Beer episode. We dive in to two special cans released here in San Diego including a new lager from Pariah Brewing as we ...…
 
Beer Night in San Diego is back! This week we are joined by a special guest Co-Host, Mr. Ian Cheesman! On this weeks edition of BNISD, we do things a little bit different than ever before. In an attempt to clear our the Podcast Headquarters Beer Fridge we introduce for the very first time - The Wheel of Beer! The wheel is locked and loaded with ...…
 
Foy from Foy Update Blog joins the podcast to talk about growing food at home as well as some enlightening info about our namesake - the Paw Paw!
 
Composting with nature's own army. In This Podcast: It was a common tilapia being released into the wild that had a profound effect on Keiran Olivares Whitaker. He realization on how ecosystems were being devastated by man’s actions prompted him to try and make a difference. He’s also highly aware of the cost of food miles so he’s been working ...…
 
Trekking around the world to learn about organic farms. In This Podcast: Starting a new adventure with a minimalist lifestyle and travel to foreign countries is not something readily understood by most people. Yet when faced with life changes and an opportunity to start anew, that is exactly what Jake Mace is going to do. Having sold most of th ...…
 
“This is probably going to be the hardest year for us, but we’re going to keep it going for the kids and for the community,” says Alyssa Moreno of SMM Farms in Hayesville. Hear how farmers are recovering from the floods that raged through Western North Carolina this spring, and learn how to support them on ASAP’s Farm Tour.…
 
Everyones favorite night has returned - Its Beer Night in San Diego! This week we are back on our weekly style shows and our pre chosen style for this episode is - Stout Night! Tune in as we hear some of the history of American stouts and proper food pairings while we sample some great local and non local stouts. We also dive into some local ne ...…
 
Transforming food with healthy microbes. In This Podcast: Wanting to know more about healthy eating after his father got sick, Alex Lewin did lots of reading, studying, and research. He narrowed his focus to real foods and transforming food with healthy microbes. Eventually he was quite skilled at fermentation and has enjoyed helping others get ...…
 
Want to feed a bison and see a herd of horned cattle up close? Visit Dr. King’s Farms on ASAP’s Farm Tour on June 23 and 24, 2018. In this week’s episode, Dr. Frank King talks about the exotic animals that roam his farmland beneath the Blue Ridge Mountains.
 
Making the most of discarded plots for farming and community gardens. In This Podcast: He did not finish college, but that has not stopped Jourdain Beltran from pursuing knowledge and growing healthy food. He found a great business partner and together they are improving access to healthy food in local food deserts. They are also tackling the p ...…
 
Everyones favorite night is back - Beer Night in San Diego! This week we throw it back old school with a “free form” style show, meaning we lift the IPA Hiatus and each of us brought something new to share with the other hosts. We sample some great new local beers as well as some fantastic beers from our friends to the north in Santa Barbara. P ...…
 
Ann Bowes interviews Neil Marzoff, owner of Rants and Raves about his brewery and it's beginnings.
 
Ann Bowes interviews Graham Lily, owner and manager of Hunga Dunga Brewery in Moscow, Idaho. Graham shares his experiences in starting up and running his brewery.
 
Steve and Michele Lowe join the podcast to discuss taking ownership of Brew Werks, what local products are used in their menu, and plans for the upcoming year.
 
Katie from Edible Michiana and Myles from Purple Porch Co-op join forces to discuss local food in the Michiana Area. In this first episode, we talk about our connections to local food and where the hope to take the show.
 
Becoming the next generation of urban farmers. In This Podcast: Raised by two farmers, Sowan Thai wanted to do anything else with his life. Yet pursuing a degree in science led him back to his roots and now he's proud to call himself a farmer. A post-college stint in a medical marijuana science lab, steered him into growing food with a new frie ...…
 
In this podcast Taste of Bainbridge host Bob Ross talks with Christoph Schuler, the creator and owner of D’Bäck German Bakery, about his tasty organically baked pretzels. You'll want to listen closely as Christoph reveals the secret southern German technique that produces the warm brown crust and the soft bread-like interior of his beautifully ...…
 
Come along on a farm to school road trip as high schoolers from Burke County, North Carolina lead a local strawberry taste test with kids from Hillcrest Elementary School.
 
Ann Bowes interviews Toni Salerno-Baird, owner and manager of Palouse Juice. Ann learns how Toni came to start Palouse Juice and what makes it work.
 
Ann Bowes talks with Glenn Holloway, former Director of the Board at the Moscow Food Coop. Glen describes his background and how he came to be interested in local food. He discusses the current limitations as they relate to the Food Safety Modernization Act.
 
Ann Bowes interviews Amanda Argonne, manager of the Pullman Farmer's Market about the 2018 season. She talks with vendors from the Moscow Farmer's Market on the opening day or the market.
 
Empowering a community's strength and resilience through gardening. In This Podcast: If you just can’t help yourself and tend to get involved in your community, then you might be just like James Ross. He has a natural drive to help others and that often involves community gardens. James shares the story of the first garden he helped build which ...…
 
Beer Night in San Diego is back! Everyones favorite night! This week we dive into the style bag and the pre-chosen focus for this weeks episode - American Pale Ales. Joining us for Pale Ale night in San Diego is the one and only Mr. @HJPreller - baseball social media legend, baseball writer and part of the Gwynntelligence Podcast. Together, we ...…
 
In Episode 6, I continue the conversation with Colleen, Kitchen Manager at the Blue Heron in Winona, MN. The Blue Heron incorporates a lot of locally sourced produce and meat on their menu, we discuss communication, farmer check-ins, size specifications, pricing, deliveries, and sourcing. You can listen to the podcast here, on iTunes, or Stitch ...…
 
Bonus Episode 17: Seed Saving Class April, 2018. A chat with an expert on Seeds. In This Bonus Podcast: There is always a bounty of information available in conversations with Bill McDorman. This is the April 2018 episode of a Seed Saving Class - Bill calls in from Cornville, AZ to talk about wild seeds, native seeds, noxious weeds, and so much ...…
 
During the dot com boom of the 1990s, Julie Mansfield and Carl Evans were software engineers who dreamed of starting a farm. At first they juggled their corporate careers and their agricultural aspirations, but soon realized that farming couldn’t be a weekend job. Hear how they founded Mountain Harvest Organics and what’s next in their farming ...…
 
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