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A podcast recorded in Slovenia exploring some of the ideas related to the term sustainable agriculture. In this episode we explore current practices of intensive agriculture and the associated threats and then look at organic agriculture and other terms. This is such a big topic we will return to some of the issues raised in other episodes thro ...…
 
There is a fight to protect the definitions of Organic and fraudulent mislabeling of organic products and your right to know what you are eating. My guest is Ronnie Cummins a co-founder and International Director of the Organic Consumers Association (OCA) and its Mexico affiliate Via Organica, and they are at the forefront of that fightThe Orga ...…
 
High input costs, loans, middle-man exploitation and drought: these are some of the many contributors to the agricultural crisis faced by India's farmers. India's tech-driven entrepreneurs are attempting to create sustainable businesses within this farming sector. From food processing to disrupting supply chains, these startups are exploring ev ...…
 
All this week Farming Today is shining a light on foreign agricultural workers - one sector that relies heavily on this workforce is the fruit and veg sector, which needs seasonal labour to pick the produce in its prime, and get it onto supermarket shelves. Now a BBC survey of British growers has found that over 70% would reduce their UK operat ...…
 
All this week Farming Today is shining a light on foreign agricultural workers - one sector that relies heavily on this workforce is the fruit and veg sector, which needs seasonal labour to pick the produce in its prime, and get it onto supermarket shelves. Now a BBC survey of British growers has found that over 70% would reduce their UK operat ...…
 
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Your High Vibration Life
 
I bring back Chris Wark for a discussion on cancer. In spring of 2017 we had 2,000 people join us for the Green Smoothie Girl 26 Day Detox. As a special bonus for all of our detoxers I put together this interview with Chris. I think of him as a little brother on a very similar path. We are both students of alternative roads to wellness. In this ...…
 
In this episode, I speak with Gene Baur, President of Farm Sanctuary about the problems with our food system and explore solutions both meat eaters and vegans can agree on. Gene has spent the past 30 years fighting for a more just food system and believes that “people should make food choices that are aligned with their own values and interests ...…
 
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The World: Science, Tech & Environment
 
Antarctica is changing. The typical image is that of a pristine, white wilderness of ice and snow. “The white of the snow, the brown of the rocks, and the blue of the sky is a perfect day on the Antarctic Peninsula,” says researcher Dominic Hodgson of the British Antarctic Survey. But Hodgson says there is increasingly a new color: green. Hodgs ...…
 
Antarctica is changing. The typical image is that of a pristine, white wilderness of ice and snow. “The white of the snow, the brown of the rocks, and the blue of the sky is a perfect day on the Antarctic Peninsula,” says researcher Dominic Hodgson of the British Antarctic Survey. But Hodgson says there is increasingly a new color: green. Hodgs ...…
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
WNHH guest producer Mahir Rahman explores sustainability in New Haven. He writes: In this story, you'll hear from three individuals on how the programs they represent are trying to make New Haven residents food sustainable. Domingo Medina will take us to the farm and inform us on how Peels and Wheels Composting makes you rethink where to throw ...…
 
You are listening to the Inside news letter's daily brief. Use Newsbeat app to listen to great news articles from the web. A US student who was released from a North Korean jail last week has died. Otto Warmbier, 22, returned to the US in a coma after 17 months imprisoned in North Korea. US doctors concluded that Mr. Warmbier had sustained a ca ...…
 
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Inside Daily Brief Newsletter
 
You are listening to the Inside news letter's daily brief. Use Newsbeat app to listen to great news articles from the web. A US student who was released from a North Korean jail last week has died. Otto Warmbier, 22, returned to the US in a coma after 17 months imprisoned in North Korea. US doctors concluded that Mr. Warmbier had sustained a ca ...…
 
Joining us for this special edition of STEM-Talk is Robb Wolf, who will co-host today’s show with Ken Ford, STEM-Talk’s regular co-host and chairman of the Double-Secret Selection Committee which selects all the STEM-Talk guests.Wolf is the New York Times best-selling author of “The Paleo Solution” and “Wired to Eat.” He’s also a friend of toda ...…
 
Guest: Leslie Burger, Asst. Professor
 
Today we are going to explore The Himalayan Rabbit Breed. But first we are going to cover Rabbit Awareness Week which is from June 17th - 25th, 2017 This is the 11th year for Rabbit Awareness Week and the 2017 campaign is focusing on the importance of hay! #HoptoHay RAW is run by a collaboration of organizations: The Rabbit Welfare Association ...…
 
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The Slow Home Podcast with Brooke McAlary
 
In today’s episode Brooke sits down to chat with Rebecca Sullivan - founder of the ‘granny skills’ movement, serial entrepreneur, food lover and sustainability advocate. In what can only be described as an utterly delightful conversation, Brooke and Rebecca talk about traditions, heritage and the importance of intergenerational connection, as w ...…
 
Located in the heart of Santa Barbara County’s Santa Maria Valley, Presqu’ile (pronounced press-KEEL) is a small, family-run winery dedicated to crafting exceptional cool-climate Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. Designed and planted to create a diverse tapestry of vineyard blocks, the sustainably certified, 73-acre Presqu’ile Vineyar ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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, ...…
 
Do You Have Any Questions About Being or Becoming Vegan? Maybe you have some questions around the sustainability of the way we farm and produce food and how it impacts the earth. If you do then today’s interview is just for you. A few backs back I was lucky enough to interview Lierre Keith who is the author of a book called The Vegetarian Myth. ...…
 
My guest today is Tim O'Hara who's the owner and founder of Rancho Mastatal sustainability and education center, one of the premier sustainable living education sites in the world. For more than 15 years Rancho Mastatal has been leading the way in permaculture, natural building, and regenerative living skills such as fermentation, bio gas diges ...…
 
In today’s episode, David Bilbrey returns to the host seat with Fred Kirschenmann. Fred joins us again to share more about his work at the Aldo Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture at Iowa State University and Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture and how those two places are working to allow us to plan not only for the world we hav ...…
 
In today’s episode, David Bilbrey returns to the host seat with Fred Kirschenmann. Fred joins us again to share more about his work at the Aldo Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture at Iowa State University and Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture and how those two places are working to allow us to plan not only for the world we hav ...…
 
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Eco-at-Africa: The Environment Magazine
 
Tanzanian eco-volunteer Shahaya Shao has spent more than six months at an organic farm in the north of Germany learning more sustainable agriculture methods. Will he be able to stick with organic when he’s back home?
 
June 11, 2017 Lindsay Small Genesis 2:4-14 A few months ago a photographer from the congregation, Dave DeHaan, showed us a picture he had taken of the church building… from his drone. It was pretty amazing…but the striking thing about the picture wasn’t the vast parking lot, or to be honest, even the building… it was the great big blue expanse ...…
 
In 1859, Charles Darwin included a novel tree of life in his trailblazing book on the theory of evolution, On the Origin of Species. Now, scientists want to update the idea.“The goal is to transform a two-dimensional tree into one that is multi-dimensional…”A new era in science has emerged without a clear path to portraying the impacts of micro ...…
 
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ATTRA - Sustainable Agriculture
 
Ocean farming is the new frontier for sustainable and restorative food production. More than that, it holds promise for job creation, coastal community development, and ecosystem restoration. In this podcast Lee Rinehart, a Sustainable Agriculture SpecialBy lee@ncat.org (Lee Rinehart).
 
A story from FastCompany.Inside a shipping container-sized box at MIT Media Lab, crops of basil are growing in micro-climates designed by artificial intelligence. The first experiments, with controlled levels and duration of UV light, aim to grow a tastier version. As the mini-greenhouse generates roughly 3 million data points for each growth c ...…
 
Why is fast food cheap while real, organic food is so expensive? Why are there “food deserts” not only in cities, but in rural areas around the country? How did the invention of the automobile and the grocery cart affect our food-buying habits? Pam Hess, the Executive Director of Arcadia Center for Sustainable Food and Agriculture, explains our ...…
 
In this week’s show our guest is Darren J. Doherty from Victoria, Australia and Regrarians. He is an expert in Regenerative Agriculture and has extensive experience across the world in project design, development, management & training. Darren is a 5th generation Bendigo region farmer, developer, author & trainer and has been involved in the de ...…
 
This week's Rootstock Radio show marks 2 years and 100 episodes of amplifying honest and inspirational voices from all corners of the good food movement! Hosts Theresa Marquez and Anne O'Connor honor the occasion by sitting down together to talk about what Rootstock Radio, sustainability, social justice, agriculture and plain old lip-smacking g ...…
 
Links CONTACT: podcast@worldorganicnews.com Can “Regenerative Farming” Save Us From Global Catastrophe — GarryRogers Nature Conservation http://wp.me/p5Cqpo-frv Advantages Of Organic Farming — Organic Farms http://wp.me/p5Cqpo-frf 5 reasons why Sustainable Agriculture is good for the environment and you! — Crop Connect Chronicles http://wp.me/p ...…
 
Charles Walters, Sr. started a newspaper exclusively devoted to ecologically sound agriculture in the early 1970's. Today it is still a powerful voice for eco-agriculture (www.acresusa.com), letting farmers, and those who would like to be farmers, know that there is a way to make an economically sound business out of producing healthy food. Thi ...…
 
For those of you joining us primarily from the interwebs, our June releases may seem to be the last portion of a recent (inadvertent) series of talks, interviews, and discussions which deep dive into “green buying”. In reality, the panel discussions we’ll be sharing this week and a fortnight from today were the first that we organised and prese ...…
 
For those of you joining us primarily from the interwebs, our June releases may seem to be the last portion of a recent (inadvertent) series of talks, interviews, and discussions which deep dive into “green buying”. In reality, the panel discussions we’ll be sharing this week and a fortnight from today were the first that we organised and prese ...…
 
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Creative Destruction [Permaculture Voices] - Honest Conversations About Farming, Business, and Life
 
Will Harris III from White Oak Pastures joins me to talk about his inspirational journey of converting his one time factory farm to a beyond organic farming operation that celebrates polyculture and closes the loop on wastes. Will runs the largest USDA organic farm in Georgia farming 1200 owned acres and 2000 leased. He has over 2000 head of ca ...…
 
We learn about efforts to promote grain traditions in Maine, including traditional, innovative, and sustainable techniques. We’ll discuss Kneading Conferences and Artisan Bread Fairs and the role of Maine breweries and distilleries in helping support the Maine grain economy. Guests: Tristan Noyes , Executive Director, Maine Grain Alliance Jason ...…
 
This week’s pod is the first in a new conversation series between Jib Ellison, CEO and Founder of Blu Skye and other sustainability leaders discussing life, liberty and the pursuit of a beautiful future. We’re not sure what we are calling the series yet, but for now, let’s call it “22nd Century Leadership” This week Jib interviews Paul Dolan. P ...…
 
A kitchen wizard and a nutrition detective talk about the perfect hamburger, getting the most out of garlic, and why you should use vodka in just about everything.Below is a transcript of the episode, modified for your reading pleasure. For more information on the people and ideas in the episode, see the links at the bottom of this post. And yo ...…
 
Coley Jones Drinkwater belongs to a third-generation family of farmers who tend to and sustain the Richlands Dairy Farm in Blackstone, Virginia. Richlands Farm has been a dairy farm since the 1950s. Coley’s story makes you see life in agriculture from different perspectives - a multigenerational angle, a sustainability angle, and an entrepreneu ...…
 
Coley Jones Drinkwater belongs to a third-generation family of farmers who tend to and sustain the Richlands Dairy Farm in Blackstone, Virginia. Richlands Farm has been a dairy farm since the 1950s. Coley’s story makes you see life in agriculture from different perspectives - a multigenerational angle, a sustainability angle, and an entrepreneu ...…
 
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Germination Strategy Session
 
NOTE: This story comes with an accompanying podcast — scroll to the bottom of the page to listen! CropLife Canada is known for helping to ensure Canadians have access to a safe, abundant food supply through advancement of crop protection products. The years following the Second World War saw major innovation in the plant science industry. New c ...…
 
As solar becomes more mains stream, there is a need for consumer education and protection. The Interstate Renewable Energy Council IREC , an independent not-for-profit organization since 1982, makes clean, efficient, sustainable energy possible for more Americans through forward-thinking regulatory reform, quality workforce development and cons ...…
 
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