Best organic agriculture podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Bringing the world philosophy from the farm. The Intellectual Agrarian Podcast features interviews with various farmers and agrarians, offering their perspectives on life and the world.
 
In Pacific Northwest, we garden year round. Join us as we talk about the best practices for gardening organically. Don't worry about getting wet. It's a dry rain.
 
An honest look at what it takes to manage farms, businesses, and life all at the same time without having any of them fall apart in the process. Host Diego Footer takes a hard look at real reality of eco-entrepreurism highlighting the success and failures of people out there making a go of it repairing the planet, solving problems, producing products, and making a living doing it. Each episode gives you practical insights and advice that you put into action today.
 
Learning From and Working With Nature- Podcasts about the natural world and solutions that benefit both people and planet. Interviews, news, and commentary about ecology, regenerative farming, permaculture, organic gardening, sustainability, green living, and ethnobotany. Visit us at www.sustainableworldradio.com
 
Earth Eats is a weekly program of real food and green living hosted by Chef Daniel Orr and produced by WFIU Public Media in Bloomington, Indiana.
 
Natural beekeeping is more about the bees than the honey. Phil Chandler, author of The Barefoot Beekeeper, talks about his low-tech, low-cost approach to beekeeping and interviews people whose work and research impacts the world of bees.
 
The organic and sustainable farming movement has its roots in sharing information about production techniques, marketing, and the rewards and challenges of the farming life. Join veteran farmer, consultant, and farm educator Chris Blanchard for down-to-earth conversations with experienced farmers - and the occasional non-farmer - about everything from soil fertility and record-keeping to getting your crops to market without making yourself crazy. Whether his guests are discussing employment ...
 
Get the "Real Dirt" on Organic Gardening from one of America's favorite gardeners. We podcast 4-5 of the most recent episodes. To view and/or listen to shows from our archive, please visit our website at kendruse.com
 
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Chicken Whisperer
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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 ...
 
The podcast dedicated to helping you create efficient, responsible and sustainable food systems
 
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Studio Rustica
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Farmer and writer Justin Russell hosts conversations with Australian food growers, land whisperers and enthusiasts of the good life. Get inspired to live in harmony with the soil and the seasons!
 
The voice of the Covenantal Agrarian Resistance.Join host Scott M Terry as he and his guests talk about farming, homesteading, survival, preparedness, agrarianism, organic agriculture, gardening, reformed theology and more.
 
Connecting people with organic farmers across the country, from Amish country to farmers on the West coast. Join us as we travel back to the agricultural roots and have conversations whose livelihood is organic agriculture.
 
Deconstructing Dinner: Reconstructing Our Food System is the next incarnation of the popular internationally syndicated radio show Deconstructing Dinner (2006-2010). A collection of new podcasts which accompany the Deconstructing Dinner television series now join the 193 episode archive of the former radio program.Deconstructing Dinner examines the latest food and food system issues. The program assists listeners in making more educated choices when purchasing food either for the kitchen or ...
 
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KOPN Food Sleuth
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Investigative Nutrition with Melinda Hemmelgarn, RD
 
We inspire healthy living...with soul.
 
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Real Food Empire
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Exploring the delicious journey of how to eat for the health of your body, your soul the land and community. Cooking, gardening, Farming, Health and more!
 
Embracing the Environment, Science and the US Law
 
Is it best that our food is Local and Organic or Big and Conventional? Our view is “Both, and..” We don’t come to the table with a bias, except that good farming like good food comes in all shapes and sizes. Farm to Table Talk explores issues and the growing interest in the story of how and where the food on our tables is produced, processed and marketed. The host, Rodger Wasson is a food and agriculture veteran. Although he was the first of his family to leave the grain and livestock farm a ...
 
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NOFA/Mass podcast
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All about organic farming, sustainability and food systems for everyone who cares about food, where it comes from and how it’s grown. Brought to you by the Massachusetts chapter of the Northeast Organic Farming Association.
 
Shine Springs Farm--Sustainable Farming, Healthy Ecosystems, Healthy People.
 
“The most valuable of all capital is that invested in human beings.” An uncannily prophetic quote from an 1890 book, Principles of Economics by Alfred Marshall presents an idea that has been accepted by major corporations and governments all over the world today. People's understanding of market behavior and how industries operate has its roots in the work done by European economists more than a century ago. Little has changed in terms of principles, though the effects of globalization and t ...
 
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IRRI Radio
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IRRI, or the International Rice Research Institute, is a nonprofit independent research and training organization. IRRI is a member of the CGIAR Consortium.IRRI develops new rice varieties and rice crop management techniques that help rice farmers improve the yield and quality of their rice in an environmentally sustainable way. We work with our public and private sector partners in national agricultural research and extension systems in major rice-growing countries to do research, training, ...
 
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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 ...
 
The In Her Boots Podcast champions and celebrates the collaborative spirit of women farmers cultivating the sustainable and organic agriculture movement. Brought to you by the award-winning Rural Women’s Project, a venture of the Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES). Join host Lisa Kivirist of Inn Serendipity Farm and B&B and the author of Soil Sisters: A Toolkit for Women Farmers for ideas and inspiration to fuel female farmer dreams. The audio engineer is Liam Kivirist ...
 
PNC Bank is a highly diversified and growing financial services organization spanning the retail, business and corporate markets. PNC Bank's agriculture podcasts help keep you current on industry developments, and provide informative banking commentary for farms and agribusinesses.
 
America’s Home Grown Veggies with Daryl Pulis is the year round veggie show that helps you extend the vegetable growing season to 12 months a year. Join Daryl Pulis every Saturday at 10A EST on America’s Web Radio as she interviews experts in growing vegetables outside, inside and in containers. Daryl Pulis is past president of the Georgia Master Gardener Association and was named Master Gardener of the Year in 1994. She became Advanced Training Coordinator for the University of Georgia Coop ...
 
Formed in 1935, Arkansas Farm Bureau represents more than 190,000 member families around our state. We are a grassroots organization that advocates for and promotes agriculture throughout Arkansas, the region and the country.
 
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 ...
 
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Food For Thought
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“HUNGER IS NOT BETTER THAN WE ARE, IT IS NOT BIGGER THAN WE ARE, AND IT IS NOT BEYOND US TO SOLVE.”Featuring innovative leaders from government, industry and nonprofit organizations, Food For Thought is a platform for sharing ideas and, more importantly, solutions to end food insecurity. Dr. Knight is a tireless advocate, believing that Michigan, the nation’s second most diverse agricultural state, can prove that hunger is not better, not stronger, and not smarter than us.
 
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The answers to human diet dilemmas might come from pigs, which are an excellent substitute for humans when studying nutrition. Pigs and humans have similar gastrointestinal systems, body composition, and nutritional requirements. Dr. Eric Berg is a professor of animal sciences at North Dakota State University, and is using pigs to study America ...…
 
Michael: Hello everyone. This is Michael Gross of OptionSellers.com here with head trader James Cordier here for your April Option Sellers Video Podcast. Well, James, we didn’t see any abatement in the volatility in the stock market this month. In fact, Fed chairman Jerome Powell last week coming out, maybe spooking investors, talking about ass ...…
 
Bill Coletti is a crisis communications, reputation management, and professional development expert and the CEO of Kith. Kith is a reputation management and crisis communications firm dedicated to helping businesses identify and understand the expectations of their stakeholders to enable them to make sound decisions on the actions they should t ...…
 
Our first episode features Dan Kuebler and Emily Wright. Dan Kuebler has been market gardening since 1990, providing a variety of organically grown vegetables and value-added products such as "Farmer Dan's Sauerkraut" for the mid-Missouri area. He is a fixture of the local agriculture scene, having served many years as a board member for both t ...…
 
In this second episode of the Modern Carnivore podcast I sit down with Robyn Migliorini who is a vegan turned hunter. Robyn and her husband Nick were strict vegetarians, and then vegans, until their bodies started giving feedback indicating that they weren’t getting all the nutrients they needed in their diet. However, considering the idea of b ...…
 
Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes | Android | Stitcher | RSS feed Show Notes & Resources Mentioned: Plant Pest Diagnostics Clinic Commercial Plant Disease Identification Submission Form (pdf) Cepholosporium Stripe Contact Information: Contact Rachel Bomberger via email at rachel.bomberger@wsu.edu or by phone at 509-335-3292 or 509-335-0619. W ...…
 
Audio Only: Join the CCL Agriculture Action Team for a webinar featuring Jimmy Daukas, Senior Program Officer, and Samantha Levy, New York Policy Manager at American Farmland Trust, a national conservation organization dedicated to saving the land that sustains us. Jimmy and Samantha present opportunities for reducing greenhouse gas emissions a ...…
 
Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes | Android | Stitcher | RSS feed Show Notes & Resources Mentioned: Northwest Sustainable Agroecosystems Research Unit Solvita Test Haney Test Contact Information: Contact Dave Huggins via email at dhuggins@wsu.edu Listen to Part 1. What is a podcast? For those of you who are newer to the medium, a podcast is l ...…
 
Propagate Ventures, scaling up agroforestry to every farmWelcome Investing in Regenerative Agriculture, investing as if the planet mattered.Where I interview key players in the field of regenerative agriculture, people who are scaling up the sector by bringing in new money or scaling up the practises on the ground.I had a long and very interest ...…
 
Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes | Android | Stitcher | RSS feed Show Notes & Resources Mentioned: Northwest Sustainable Agroecosystems Research Unit Contact Information: Contact Dave Huggins via email at dhuggins@wsu.edu What is a podcast? For those of you who are newer to the medium, a podcast is like a pre-recorded radio show. In the same ...…
 
Let’s look together at Job, chapter 21 for this Job 21 commentary. Last time in chapter 20 we had a strange speech from Zophar. He seemed to be preoccupied with food as he described what he believed happens to all wicked men. And what Zophar described matches the system of theology that he and his two buddies – and even Job up to this point – h ...…
 
Andrea Woolverton Tune into the this interview with Andrea Woolverton, owner of Twin Engine Coffee , a Nicaraguan coffee company, and an agricultural economist. We talk to Andrea about getting a PhD in Agribusiness and Economics, moving to Rome, Italy working for the United National Food and Agriculture Organization and starting a coffee roaste ...…
 
The girls talk about the recent push of a local farm market to refer to farmers outside of their organization as 'soul-less.' Pondering why anyone in agriculture would want to create an us against them mentality and what it might mean for the consumer on the outside looking in.
 
Is sulfur really the organic pesticide from hell? In this episode of POPagriculture, Steve questions if the benefits of sulfur in agriculture outweigh some of the downsides and sheds a light on why natural isn’t always nice.
 
Bill Perkins owns the Agricultural Hall in Jamaica Plain. http://aghall.com Bill is a bee keeper, urban agriculture enthusiast, and all all around inspiring and genuine person who loves bringing people together and growing a community around food and urban agriculture. Check out the Agricultural Hall's website for upcoming workshops and things ...…
 
Episode 05 – Think Big Go Far – Startup FoCo Podcast Podcasting from Fort Collins Colorado, this is the StartupFoCo podcast episode 5. I am your host Vanessa Pagan, gearing up for the 2018 Techstars Startup Week Fort Collins. In this pre-event episode, we have 8guests who remind us to think bigger and go further. Let’s get into startup week spe ...…
 
Josh is joined by Jim Harkness, former IATP President, and current advisor on China. We're talking about what the Chinese agricultural system looks like, what China's growing demand for meat and other foods means on a global scale, and how sustainable farmers in China are organizing to promote better practices in the system. You can find China ...…
 
Riley has one of the coolest jobs for the national FFA organization. As the director of government and nonprofit relations, Riley works daily in our national’s capitol to strength our connections with countless agencies. Advocacy is a major part of this episode and Riley has one of the best messages about how and why we should advocate for ever ...…
 
https://startupfoco.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Ep03-Founders-Food.mp3 Podcast Episode 03 – Founders & Food Episode Notes Podcasting from Fort Collins Colorado, this is the Startup FoCo Podcast episode 3. I am your host Vanessa Pagan, gearing up for the 2018 Techstars Startup Week Fort Collins. In this pre-event episode, we have 8 guests who ...…
 
On our second episode of Sourcing Matters podcast we welcome a founding father of American Organics, Fred Kirschenmann. A true legend known for promoting regenerative agriculture and food system reform through commitment to soil health, Fred Kirschenmann is a Distinguished Fellow for the Leopold Center at Iowa State, and is President of the boa ...…
 
Gracie Furnish is the National Eastern Region Vice-President for the National FFA Organization. Today we talk about our recent visit to her home state of Kentucky. In this episode, we talked about emerging industries in agriculture, why we chose to serve, and why the future is looking bright for everyone. This one is a blast!…
 
Known as a Strategic Doer, Social Entrepreneur and Change Agent, Joyce Hunter is the Former Deputy CIO, US Department of Agriculture. Joyce served as Trusted Advisor to federal, industry and non-profit CXO Community, maintaining strategic relationships among key policy makers and government leaders, including congressional and administration st ...…
 
The 43rd episode of the Ohio Ag Net Podcast, brought to you by AgriGold, brings the crew of Joel Penhorwood, Dale Minyo, Ty Higgins, and Matt Reese together to talk a busy time for meeting season in the state.Matt sat down with Bill Harp, Jed Bookman, and Ron Digby for a conversation at OABA. Dale also heard from CoBank's Terry Barr at OABA.Ty ...…
 
Thank you for listening to the second episode of #TeachAgTalks, the podcast bringing you the news of Pennsylvania Agricultural Education! Be sure to check out teachagpsu.blogspot.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more publications from @TeachAgPSU! Want to see what else is going on in PA Agricultural Education? If you would like to ...…
 
"This is where we get to the idea of cumulative effects - how do we ensure that the watershed remains capable of supporting salmon and steelhead and other species that we need and frankly have an obligation to." Scott Greacen, Conservation Director for Friends of the Eel River , hosts with guest Larry Glass, President of the Northcoast Environm ...…
 
Eating meat has been part of the human identity for 2.5 million years, but according to science, what exactly is meat? Read More: What Gives Meat Its Color? https://www.exploratorium.edu/cooking/meat/INT-what-meat-color.html “Red, or dark meat is made up of muscles with fibers that are called slow-twitch. These muscles are used for extended per ...…
 
Dr. Mark Hyman is a practicing family physician, a ten-time #1 New York Times bestselling author, and an internationally recognized leader, speaker, educator, & advocate in his field. He is the director of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine. Mark is also the founder and medical director of the UltraWellness Center. In this epis ...…
 
In this podcast we look at five IELTS Task 2 questions about environment, and then talk about possible answers, including how to formulate the paragraphs and plan the essay. Below are the questions, for the answers you will have to listen to the podcast available here: |Direct Download Here | Stitcher | iTunes | Managing global environmental is ...…
 
In our Exodus preaching series we come to Exodus 23:14-19. What seems like a simple holiday schedule turns out to be an ingenious example of God’s strategic planning. Through three agricultural celebrations, the Lord reveals principles of successful community life and stretches our thinking. It’s a message equally important for those who are li ...…
 
Ask most folks in the food and beverage business how the industry has evolved over the past decade and you’ll likely hear the terms “natural, organic, and better-for-you” to name a few. But long before companies embraced the health and wellness fervor that permeates every aspect of the industry today, D'Artagnan Foods co-founder and CEO Ariane ...…
 
Piper Merritt is the Central Region Vice-President for the National FFA Organization. From Owasso, Oklahoma she raised and show swine through her local FFA chapter. Piper studies Agricultural Economics at Oklahoma State University. Today, we talk about our recent trip to Japan.
 
In an unlikely place at an unlikely time, a group of black and white former sharecroppers, socialist organizers, and Christian reformers began an agricultural experiment in pursuit of economic subsistence and human dignity. Historian Robert Hunt Ferguson, in Remaking …
 
In an unlikely place at an unlikely time, a group of black and white former sharecroppers, socialist organizers, and Christian reformers began an agricultural experiment in pursuit of economic subsistence and human dignity. Historian Robert Hunt Ferguson, in Remaking …
 
In an unlikely place at an unlikely time, a group of black and white former sharecroppers, socialist organizers, and Christian reformers began an agricultural experiment in pursuit of economic subsistence and human dignity. Historian Robert Hunt Ferguson, in Remaking …
 
In an unlikely place at an unlikely time, a group of black and white former sharecroppers, socialist organizers, and Christian reformers began an agricultural experiment in pursuit of economic subsistence and human dignity. Historian Robert Hunt Ferguson, in Remaking …
 
Bryce Cluff is the Western Region Vice President of the National FFA Organization. From Queen Creek Arizona, Bryce is the first National Officer from his home chapter. Bryce studies Agricultural Education at Arizona State University. On this Episode we talk about National Office, leadership training, and an update on the year.…
 
Amani Olugbala/ Amani O+Poet & Emcee is a storyteller who weaves music, film, speech and poem into art that addresses social injustice, honors the ancestors and inspires transformation. Amani strives to uplift and promote love & service as necessary acts of rebellion against isolation and disconnection that threatens our collective peac ...…
 
We have an awesome lineup of guests and experts that we'll be interviewing including kicking off the season with Mark Sheppard, one of the foremost pioneers of restoration agriculture and agroforestry. We've also got Ted Brinegar of Foxhole homes, Christy Hemenway of goldstar bees, Peter McCoy of Radical Mycology, Rachael Forster of Tamar Grow ...…
 
A look at the environmentalm, agricultural and social transformation legacy of the Austrian visionary Rudolf Steiner Professor Daniel McKanan is the Ralph Waldo Emerson Unitarian Universalist Senior Lecturer at Harvard Divinity School, where he specializes in the American history of religious and spiritual movements for social transformation, w ...…
 
In Research Report (Report) issued by BSR entitled The Future of Stakeholder Engagement , authored by Sara Enright and Alison Taylor, with additional guidance and insights provided by Guy Morgan, Roger McElrath, Dunstan Allison-Hope, and Emilie Prattico; the authors laid out steps for companies to use to increase stakeholder engagement. The aut ...…
 
Which jobs will disappear in the coming years, and which will thrive? Listen and subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play | PlayerFM | iHeart Radio Please subscribe, rate, and review the Career Hacking Podcast. In today’s episode, I would like to break down what it really means to have a future-focused job, and why we emphasize them at Wehn ...…
 
Rose Hartschuh co-hosts a four-part series with me to talk about women in agriculture - the organizations, the conferences, the groups, the opportunities, the barriers, the past, and the future. This episode is part 1 and features interviews with Rachael Vonderhaar and Kayla Waldorff. Get all the show notes at marleneeick.com/womeninag…
 
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