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Best Foodjustice podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Foodjustice podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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New Shows, new format, coming Summer 2015! Real Food Real Talk was born out of countless conversations between Ray and Jacqueline revolving around their love of food and all that goes along with it. From gardening and sustainability, to food justice and natural food products, their interests and tastes range the full spectrum of the food world. Based in the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area, the show focuses on local issues, businesses, and puts you in touch with the food stories of the day. ...
 
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This week on the NOFA/Mass podcast it’s a total shit show! I mean for real, we are talking all things poop, turds and more as Caro and I discuss the process of making compost from our own waste. We gross-out and nerd-out on this topic and then get to interview the author of the groundbreaking book The Humanure Handbook Joe Jenkins on how he came to…
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass podcast we are going to be thinking about the setup, the beginning, the planning… of your garden or homesteading space! My co-host Anna Gilbert-Muhammad and I will discuss how we have thought about setting up garden and farm spaces in the past. Starting at conceptualizing all the way to our blunders in implementation. The…
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass podcast we are going to be talking about how our livestock are smarter than we think they are and the lessons that they can teach us. My co-host will be Jack Kittredge of Many Hands Organic Farm in Barre MA and I will chat all about our own experiences with wise and often sassy livestock. Then we will interview Fred Prove…
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass podcast we are giving you a sneak peek into what is going to be the most amazing NOFA Summer Conference ever! Joining me in the studio is Jason Valcort the NOFA Summer Conference Coordinator and we chat about all the things we are pumped about for this the 45th year of sustainable ag. fun in the sun. We also chat with thi…
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass podcast we are talking about how to get your kids to better appreciate and eat the animals you raise though mindful butchering and creative recipes. My co-host Christy and I will discuss the importance of using the whole animal as well as have a chat with Katie Stillman of Stillman Quality Meats about her journey to being…
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass podcast we are going to be getting into some self-care, some herbalism and some ideas about sustainability by talking all about herbal skin care at home. My co-host Christy Bassett and I will chat about our own experiences with at home remedies and soaps and then we will interview Amber Kennedy of Boheme Botanika Herbals …
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass Podcast we are digging deep into the topic of carbon farming. My guest host Caro Rozell is back to get nerdy with me about pulling CO2 out of the air and putting it in the soil. After talking about carbon farming here in New England we will be chatting with Jeff Creque who is a co-founder of the Marin Carbon Project and a…
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass podcast we are talking about something so gouda, we will be leaving you saying bre-visimo! Cheese! My co-host Noah Courser-Kellerman NOFA/Mass board member and farmer at Aprilla Farm in Essex Ma. will chat about what is arguably the best food invention ever, our experiments in cheese making and what cheese makes the best …
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass podcast we are going to be getting friendly with the fungus amungus… We are talking all about mycorrhizal fungi and growing mushrooms at home! I will be joined in the studio by NOFA/Mass Executive director as my guest co-host and together we will chat about the amazing lil’ beings mushrooms and then we will interview Will…
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass podcast it's all about community! We are going to be talking about getting the community involved on farms by volunteering, farmers feeding their communities and how the community can be involved in CARBON FARMING! Caro is back as my co-host and we will talk about all sorts of community-related stuff. How to use volunteer…
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass we are getting back into a topic that gives us quite a buzz.. BEES! My co-host this week is Jeremy Barker-Plotkin farmer at Simple Gifts Farm in Amherst MA and we know almost nothing about bees BUT fear not dear listener because we interview Angela Roell who is a beekeeper extraordinaire who is teaching a workshop on Natu…
 
We are back for Season 2! And we kick off this week on the NOFA/Mass Podcast by taking on a big question that so many farmers face… How to make the farm profitable. My co-host Caro and I will be discussing what it means for many farmers to produce food and a solid income. And we will be interviewing Paul and Sandy Arnold of Pleasant Valley Farm, Ar…
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass podcast we are going to get you all pumped up for our Winter Conference! We will be talking all about the theme with some Lydia style history. We are also bringing back the crowd favorite segment of Workshops in 60 seconds and two doubled up farm fails and hacks! Plus my interview with John Kempf of Advancing Eco Agricult…
 
This week on the NOFA Mass podcast we are talking getting back to our hunter-gatherer roots...Well, the gatherer part anyway! We are going to explore the wicked cool world of foraging. What is easiest to find and identify here in MA? Plus what livestock are the best foragers, a call to action from Marty and my interview with Marie Viljoen author of…
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass Podcast we are talking all about critters and climate change. We go over the facts versus the myths of what livestock have to do with climate change and how some farmers are helping to heal the planet. Plus another rousing call to action from Marty and my interview with Ben Goldfarb the author and beaver believer who shar…
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass podcast we are talking about the oldest trick in the book… gleaning! That’s taking one farmer's trash and using for the treasure it is! The history, significance, some crazy things farmers have repurposed and why gleaning and dumpster diving is a great practice for low and no-till farmers. We will also be having an inspir…
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass podcast we are getting down and dirty and talking about soil...AGAIN! Some new takes on why healthy soil makes for healthier food and a healthier planet. The world of things under your feet making soil better and the top 5 ways to get more worms in your soil. We talk to Caro Rozell NOFA/Mass Soil Carbon Testing Technician…
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass podcast it’s all about the farm bill baby! And that is because we are going to be joining Congressman Jim McGovern on his farm tour of the NOFA/Mass headquarters Many Hands Organic Farm in Barre MA! We will talk about what the farm bill is and why we need to have folks like McGovern in our corner. I will also be introduci…
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass podcast we are going to be reliving the glory of the NOFA Summer Conference! This past weekend hundreds of farmers came together to learn for some amazing presenters. Including our keynote speakers Rowen White and Eric Holt-Giménez. In this episode, you will hear excerpts from those talks as well as a very seedy farm fail…
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass podcast we are talking about farms where you would least expect them. In the city! I’ll take you through some history of farming in cities and the amazing benefits of growing food that isn't just food. And we will hear my interview with NOFA/Mass’s own Anna Gilbert-Muhammad about the work she has done building gardens up …
 
This week on the NOFA Mass podcast we are getting into the holiday spirit! Today is the fourth of July and as we celebrate our country's independence we are going to be talking about the often rebellious, sometimes problematic and always patriotic history of farming in the USA. And especially here in MA as we chat with Cathy Stanton of Tufts Univer…
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass Podcast we are really gonna let ourselves go to seed. No, I don't mean that I’m going to grow out my hair and beard all Rip Van Winkle Style! We are actually talking about seed saving! I’ll give you my hot takes on taking up seed saving and the top 5 reasons you should start saving your own seeds for your garden, homestea…
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass Podcast we are going to take a deep dive into a system of farm and garden design that aims to be a holistic approach to food production, land stewardship and even how we interact with other people. Permaculture! We will get into the history of this system, what it is and why so many Organic and sustainable growers love it…
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass podcast we are feeling the summertime vibes folks! I’m talking sunglasses, bare feet, swimming holes, singing around bonfires and of course the best part of summer that encompasses all these things AND is all about Organic Farming and sustainable living...what's that you ask? It’s the 44th NOFA Summer Conference!! Because…
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass podcast we are going to be doing some Science Fiction-y stuff folks, we are bending space and time, we are manipulating plant biology, we are going to build a SPACESHIP!! Ok, maybe not that but the other stuff... sort of. We are talking season extension! Why we would want to extend the growing season, what season extensio…
 
We can save the world people! By sequestering atmospheric carbon! This week on the NOFA Mass Podcast, we’ll be getting into the knitty-gritty of soil carbon restoration. Why it’s so important to get carbon out of the air and into the soil and how you can make a difference, whether you are a large scale farmer, homesteader, gardener or consumer. We’…
 
On this week's episode of the NOFA/Mass podcast we are gunna help you feel good from the inside out. Because we are talking all about nutrition! I’ll tell you all about how you can tell what is actually nutritious, why you might want to choose organic food to support your overall health and where you can find it using our Organic food guide. Plus, …
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass podcast we will be talking all about beginning farmers starting their farming enterprises! It’s no small potatoes to start a farm from nothing. We are going to talk about the upswell of young folks interested in farming, why we need them, issues young farmers face and what NOFA/Mass is doing to help out the new generation…
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass podcast we are asking the age old question what the heck is Organic anyway? Ok, so not AGE old but since the 60s.. The 70s? We’ll get into it with a little history lesson on where the term Organic farming came from, why we have it, why we still need it and what it tells you about the food you eat. We will also be talking …
 
This week on the NOFA/Mass podcast your gunna catch a buzz… Because we will be talking all about bees! What is the state our bees 10 years after the Colony Collapse crisis? Can you truly have Organic honey? I’ll also give you an update on the pollinator protection act and some tips about how you can help bees in your own backyard! We’ll also be hea…
 
Quick Bites is a new series giving you a behind the scenes listen to our guests talking candidly with Host Jaq Gleason. Interesting questions, quick answers, and a whole lot of laughter. This episode features Paul Shapiro, Vice President of Farm Animal Protection for the Humane Society of the United States. Jaq interviewed him as part of our upcomi…
 
Food labels are the cause of much debate these days, especially when trying to understand what they are actually trying to convey to us, the consumers. In this episode we explore the term natural—what we think it means and how that’s been co-opted by the last two decades of corporate takes overs of small natural food companies. Clarissa Leon, Food …
 
Urban winery doesn’t exactly bring to mind the idyllic country side complete with endless hillsides of sun drenched grape vines. But there is something special happening within the enclaves of our cities. People are working hard to bring you delicious fermented fruits with all the skill of an estate winery, sans the pretensions. Despite women gradu…
 
Have you ever been told, “Your bread is fantastic, you should sell it!” Or maybe you’re interested in starting a small business out of your home as a way to generate a little extra cash. Perhaps you are already doing this, but you’re not really sure if it’s legal.Good news, it probably is. Over 30 states have recently passed laws allowing food made…
 
Food, justice, and the entrepreneurial spirit find their full expression with SolidariTEA. This Bay Area based organization is dedicated to supporting the efforts of local non profits through the sale of a delicious and healthful beverage. They've created a new, sustainable model to address the funding challenges facing non profits today, and are p…
 
On Episode #7 we learn about all the amazing works of Tree & the folks at The Free Farm Stand in San Francisco & we get some restaurant tips from Geneva Europa, Co-Owner of Savor Oakland Food Tours.Free Farm Stand:Like: facebook.com/freefarmstandWebsite: FreeFarmStand.org Savor Oakland: Follow: @SavorOakland Website: Savor OaklandTumblr: savoroakla…
 
Our Thanksgiving Special features turkey carving tips from 4505 Meats' Head Butcher Thomas McEntee, Pastry Chef Jessica Entzel's spin on the Thanksgiving classic pecan pie, & we talk food waste recovery with Food Runner's Founder Mary Risely.Food Runners:Website: Food RunnersDonateVolunteer4505 Meats: Follow: @4505meats Website: 4505 MeatsLike: fac…
 
From permaculture and food as medicine, to art and technology, we talk the many facets of food justice with Food Activist and Impact Hub Oakland's Co-Founder Ashara Ekundayo. Dehydration as a method of preservation that can be delicious and addicting, Randall Hughes of Oaktown Jerk shares his delicious methods with us. Where can you get tasty food,…
 
25 million people in the U.S. live in food deserts, Mandela Marketplace tells us about how they are rectifying that in West Oakland. Olive oil is at the top of the list for food fraud. What's in your Olive Oil? 4th generation farmer Jonathan Sciabica explains & a delicious soup recipe from San Francisco native & food blogger Tara Condell.Chorizo Le…
 
Vegan food, from catering to Food Truck, Hella Vegan Eats Co-Founder Sylvee Esquivel takes us on their journey. Kombucha in a can? House Kombucha Owner Rana Lehmer Chang discusses. Let's celebrate it all and more at the Eat Real Festival, Executive Director Marcy Coburn guides us through this spectacular food event!The post 01: Inaugural Episode - …
 
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