Best smallholding podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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Studio Rustica
Monthly
 
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!
 
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Rural Radio
Weekly+
 
Podcast feed for Rural Radio at www.acountrylife.com
 
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Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
Monthly
 
CIFOR conducts global research on forest and climate change, adaptation, redd, indigenous groups, deforestation, gender, dry forests, food security, illegal logging, governance, biodiversity. The Center for International Forestry Research is a nonprofit, global facility dedicated to advancing human wellbeing, environmental conservation and equity. We conduct research that enables more informed and equitable decision making about the use and management of forests in less-developed countries.O ...
 
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Cottage Economy by COBBETT, William
 
How can you tell when your pig is fat enough? Why should you never buy mustard? What's wrong with eating potatoes? Which is better, beer or tea? And what type of straw makes the best bonnets? William Cobbett is the man to ask. Here is his book of practical advice to the rural labouring 'cottager' (first published as a part-work in 1821-22), the precursor in many ways to the handbooks on self-sufficiency that today entice so many city-dwellers. A champion of the rural working class at a time ...
 
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Phonicle
Rare
 
Phonicle is a podcast devoted to sharing true life stories, both big and small, told by our elders. I hope this podcast encourages others to ask elders in their lives to tell more stories, revealing remarkable life experiences.
 
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Sicily, one of Europe's poorest regions, is at the forefront of the migration crisis. More than half a million migrants have passed through Italian ports since 2014, and numbers are on the rise again. Meanwhile Sicily's unemployment is among Italy's highest at over 22%.Many migrants end up exploited in the agricultural sector. We hear from Pete ...…
 
The region of Bulega has around 3,000 people living in the surrounding area. The area is so lush and green with super high altitudes going up to nearly 2,200 metres above sea level, surrounded by small holders and unique protected forest area So why is this coffee called Mokanissa Bulega? Bulega Is the name of the washing station, and the large ...…
 
The region of Bulega has around 3,000 people living in the surrounding area. The area is so lush and green with super high altitudes going up to nearly 2,200 metres above sea level, surrounded by small holders and unique protected forest area So why is this coffee called Mokanissa Bulega? Bulega Is the name of the washing station, and the large ...…
 
John Denniston is Chairman of the Board of Shared-X. Shared-X is an agriculture impact company aiming to generate strong investor returns, while at the same time lift thousands of smallholder farmers out of poverty, by collapsing the dramatic yield gap separating developed and emerging country crop production through the deployment of advanced, ...…
 
Two billion people lack essential vitamins and minerals. One solution for tackling this “hidden hunger” unites agriculture and nutrition to improve the health and livelihoods of smallholder farming families – still the majority of the population in developing countries. This process, biofortification, uses conventional crop breeding to enrich t ...…
 
Two billion people lack essential vitamins and minerals. One solution for tackling this “hidden hunger” unites agriculture and nutrition to improve the health and livelihoods of smallholder farming families – still the majority of the population in developing countries. This process, biofortification, uses conventional crop breeding to enrich t ...…
 
Two billion people lack essential vitamins and minerals. One solution for tackling this “hidden hunger” unites agriculture and nutrition to improve the health and livelihoods of smallholder farming families – still the majority of the population in developing countries. This process, biofortification, uses conventional crop breeding to enrich t ...…
 
Two billion people lack essential vitamins and minerals. One solution for tackling this “hidden hunger” unites agriculture and nutrition to improve the health and livelihoods of smallholder farming families – still the majority of the population in developing countries. This process, biofortification, uses conventional crop breeding to enrich t ...…
 
Talked with Corky Byer and Steven Line about the Food for thought Concert Friday June 2, 2017 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM at the Historic Iao Theater in Wailuku, Maui Participating artists are:• The award-winning ukulele fusion rock band Kanekoa. • The Deborah Vial Band • Pat Simmons Jr. (son of famed lead guitarist for The Doobie Brothers, Pat Simmons ...…
 
Very soon, grocery stores will be cloud-controlled mini-farms with shelves of growing produce -- according to the co-founders of the Brooklyn startup Smallhold. Hear how their ideas for vertical farming could impact your home, your supermarket and even outer space. British sisters, Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley, are best-selling authors, TV hosts ...…
 
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Face 2 Face with David Peck
 
Jason Dudek and Face2Face host David Peck talk about root causes, Capital, impact investment, Sierra Leone, progress, opportunity and closed circuit economies. Biography Jason Anthony Dudek is the Co-Founder and Chief Financial Officer of Mountain Lion Agriculture, and holds an MSc from the London School of Economics where he studied smallholde ...…
 
Because I am something of a super geek, and what I like to think of as the new-old guard (I mean, I had a TRS-80 in my house growing up), when I hear the term "defragment," the first thing I think of is hard drives. Fortunately, for everyone's sake, that's not what we are here to talk about today. Instead on today's 153rd Terms of Reference Pod ...…
 
Msese wetmill is part of South East Mzima Cooperative Society and is one of a few washing stations that form the coop in the Msese zone in North-central Malawi. The mill processes an average of 15,000kg of coffee cherries per year sourced from 60 farmers of the Ngoni & Tonga tribes. These producers are subsistence farmers for whom coffee repres ...…
 
Msese wetmill is part of South East Mzima Cooperative Society and is one of a few washing stations that form the coop in the Msese zone in North-central Malawi. The mill processes an average of 15,000kg of coffee cherries per year sourced from 60 farmers of the Ngoni & Tonga tribes. These producers are subsistence farmers for whom coffee repres ...…
 
This 100% Red Bourbon was processed at Buf Café’s Nyarusiza washing station, at 1,743 metres above sea level in the south of Rwanda. Buf Café was founded in 2003 by Epiphanie Mukashyaka, a dynamic businesswoman and a source of inspiration to countless other female entrepreneurs in Rwanda’s coffee sector and beyond. Buf is now managed by Epiphan ...…
 
This 100% Red Bourbon was processed at Buf Café’s Nyarusiza washing station, at 1,743 metres above sea level in the south of Rwanda. Buf Café was founded in 2003 by Epiphanie Mukashyaka, a dynamic businesswoman and a source of inspiration to countless other female entrepreneurs in Rwanda’s coffee sector and beyond. Buf is now managed by Epiphan ...…
 
Awa Caba Gustaff Harriman Iskandar Ivan Sawyer Garcia Peter Volz Yemesrach Tadesse New forms of bottom-up agriculture networks based on ucd methods and ict tools bringing urban drivers in dialogue with rural practitioners in order to collaboratively develop more sustainable technological solutions to small-scale farming around the world. Get a ...…
 
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Social Entrepreneur: Conscious Companies | Benefit Corporations | Impact Investing
 
Paul Polak is the founder of iDE. At the age of 80, he has launched three new social enterprises. Paul was born in Czechoslovakia near Germany. His father watched as refugees began to pour across the border. Paul says, “The conventional wisdom in 1938 was that Hitler was a joke and all this stuff would blow over. If you accepted that convention ...…
 
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Journey Skills podcast
 
The Ark Project is a local community project in Southern England which aims to help young adults with additional needs develop practical work skills. The project encompasses a working bakery and small holding with produce sold to local businesses. This interview is with the founder of the project Hester and we learn about her journey. Her proje ...…
 
In this episode Gerhard Coetzee is making a real difference in the world of financial inclusion. As Lead Financial Sector Specialist at CGAP, he leads the technical areas of customer and provider solutions that include customer centric business models, digital finance and smallholder families. Simon Taylor caught up with him to find out about t ...…
 
Justin Garrido is the Co-Founder and CEO of Social Products, which sources organic food products from Philippine cooperative smallholder farmer partners that empower rural farmers, women, and indigenous peoples with a more sustainable way to eradicate poverty. Justin began his journey down the road of social entrepreneurship where his interest ...…
 
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Investing in Regenerative Agriculture
 
Welcome Investing in Regenerative Agriculture, agriculture 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.This time I interviewed Thomas Vaassen co-founder of www.landmapp.net. Thomas and his ...…
 
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Baha'i Blogcast with Rainn Wilson
 
Hello and welcome to the Baha’i Blogcast with me your host, Rainn Wilson.In this series of podcasts I interview members of the Baha’i Faith and friends from all over the world about their hearts, and minds, and souls, their spiritual journeys, what they’re interested in, and what makes them tick.In this episode I sit down with my wife Holiday R ...…
 
The Musasa Dukunde Kawa cooperative has three washing stations lying high in Rwanda’s rugged northwest. Nkara –the cooperative’s third washing station -was built by the co-op in 2007with profits earned from their first two washing stations, Ruli & Mblima, and a bank loan. The washing station lies at 1,800 metres above sea level and serves farme ...…
 
The Musasa Dukunde Kawa cooperative has three washing stations lying high in Rwanda’s rugged northwest. Nkara –the cooperative’s third washing station -was built by the co-op in 2007with profits earned from their first two washing stations, Ruli & Mblima, and a bank loan. The washing station lies at 1,800 metres above sea level and serves farme ...…
 
Dr Christopher Stewart, Olam’s global head, corporate responsibility and sustainability, discusses with Innovation Forum's Ian Welsh the company’s global operations, and particular in Gabon, and the challenges in developing sustainable agriculture plantations in forested areas that allow for local economic development at the least environmental ...…
 
Winnifred Mailu, inclusive markets adviser – Africa, Christian Aid, speaks with Innovation Forum's Ian Welsh about why accessing markets is essential for smallholder farmers and how companies can help them to develop the necessary skills. Companies needs smallholder entrepreneurs to ensure supply security, and farming communities are increasing ...…
 
Alan Johnson, senior operations officer at the International Finance Corporation, talks with Innovation Forum’s Toby Webb about capacity building challenges for smallholder farmers. These challenges are a major constraint to growth of the agriculture sector, and impact security of supply and traceability for big brands. Johnson explains why IFC ...…
 
The Gift Economy - Mark Boyle - The Moneyless Man - Mark Boyle is a Business graduate who, in 2008, lived completely without money for three years. Mark found the experience both satisfying and liberating. He argues that money plays a central role in the world's current ecological crises and social injustices. Mark is author of The Moneyless Ma ...…
 
Hold onto your butts! We're back with something new and exciting! We're launching our new segment, The Dollar Tree Book Club, in this episode! With 10 times the prestige as Oprah's book club, this is really going to be our big break. Our first selection, which we review in this episode is Gigi Levangie's Seven Deadlines: A Cautionary Tale. How ...…
 
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Open Source with Christopher Lydon
 
In recent weeks, our comments section has been filled with request to define a term we use constantly on this show: neoliberalism. For people who like buzzwords parsed and spelled out, this hour’s for you. There are countless avenues that neoliberalism can lead us through: from the dismal science of efficiency and austerity to the dismal politi ...…
 
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Social Entrepreneur: Conscious Companies | Benefit Corporations | Impact Investing
 
Hello Tractor is an AgTech company focused on improving food and income security across sub-Saharan Africa through a tractor co-sharing platform. Collaborative consumption is reshaping the world. There are the well-known players. For example, Airbnb rents more rooms than Hilton, Marriott, and InterContinental combined. If you want to get around ...…
 
My all time favourite political show is Power & Politics with Rosemary Barton on CBC. I’ve been watching the show, on and off, for the past ten years all the way back to a time when Power & Politics was just called “Politics” and Don Newman was the host and Rosie was an up and coming, scrapper, of a political journalist. Don would open the show ...…
 
Panellists from Sime Darby, Golden Veroleum Liberia, TFT and Forest Peoples Programme debate the challenges of how to balance the rights of local communities, the responsibiilty to protect and preserve the environment and the need to ensure that business ventures remain viable. How should companies and their advisers, NGOs, local communities an ...…
 
TFT CEO Bastien Sachet talks with Innovation Forum’s Ian Welsh about TFT’s latest report – Palm Oil Transformation – and how, despite all the challenges and problems, there has been a transformation and accelerating improvement in palm oil supply chains since 2010, when Nestlé introduced their responsible sourcing guidelines. They discuss why t ...…
 
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