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Updated July 2020
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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 ...
 
We must make the moral case for capitalism and the free market! We must go on offense and stop going on defense everytime someone argues about the "evils" of the free market and capitalism. This is the only way to fight back against these people who think they have the moral high ground! And we can! The truth and history is on our side. John D. Rockefeller and Henry Ford made life better for the average Amercian, not worse. We must be able to argue and pursuade people and show them that capi ...
 
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It's Independence Day weekend here in the USA and we are celebrating by riding America's Mountain "Pikes Peak" on the 244th anniversary - the 4th of July! We hope you are getting out there this weekend and we have a special guest to educate us on recovery after whatever your big efforts you are planning to put in this weekend. We've got Jay O'Hare …
 
It is not unusual to hear from folks who want farming to be a foundational part of their lives. They may have a job that requires a long commute to their office cubicle or they are living on a small farm and can’t quite make a living, with out adding some off farm income. Matt Brechwald was one of those people before he made the jump to a small far…
 
Welcome to the "Spark The Conversation" Podcast where we get to know individuals around Pulte Financial Services, what makes them unique and the collection of experiences they bring to our organization. Today we're talking with Tia Olson. Tia is a Loan Consultant on the Southeast team and has been with Pulte for 35 years. Hear more about Pulte hist…
 
It's National Triathlon Week and like so many other industries, the event and race industry has taken a huge hit. As race directors and local governments try to find a way to hold events, USAT is behind the scenes providing resources and educational material to constituents to help them make informed decisions. Our feature interview this week is wi…
 
Wild fires have been an annual occurrence for centuries, but the increasingly undeniable effects of climate change portends more fire disasters, more often. One natural step to deal with the threats is responsible grazing, in and around urban populations. Andree Soares, President of Star Creek Land Stewards is finding that once people get used to h…
 
Sheep and goats have a long tradition in California, a state that ranks #1 in lamb production and #2 in wool production. After years of decline from issues such as predation there has started to be encouraging increases in demand for lamb and public recognition for the important role of grazing for fire protection. Andree Soares of Star Creek Land …
 
In the race limbo that we are living in these days, cyclists, runners and triathletes are all getting creative about how to stay motivated and engaged in their sport. This week Bill's Strava-stalking pays off big with the notice of an epic 1 day ride by Clif Pro team cyclist Russell Finsterwald and Kalan Beisel. We caught up with Russell and Kalan …
 
The pandemic has been a nightmare for restaurants but a dream come true for curb-side, carry out and delivery. We cheer the climate friendly effects of some of our forced changes but what about all those Styrofoam and other non-recyclable packages that our encasing all of that take-out food or home deliveries? What if the packaging is grown on a fa…
 
We've got 5x Ironman champ and Spartan Pro team member Heather Gollnick. She's the head coach at Liberty University and she and her husband have their own coaching business IronEdge Coaching. Thanks to last week's guest, Erin Carson of Rally Sports and ECFIT. In Today's Show: Interview with Heather Gollnick Endurance News - Ironman Return To Racing…
 
The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic this year — and its enormous impact on our everyday lives – has already had dramatic consequences for the organic sector in 2020. As shoppers search for healthy, clean food to feed their at-home families, organic food is proving to be the food of choice for home. “Our normal lives have been brought to a screechin…
 
This week we are sitting down with Erin Carson of Rally Sports to talk about: Life and business as things are starting to open up, how she's been helping athletes during this period, we'll talk about the ECFIT Launch workouts, and Erin's philosophies on strength training for endurance athletes. We'll also learn a little more about Rally Sports. Tha…
 
Welcome to the "Spark The Conversation" Podcast where we get to know individuals around Pulte Financial Services, what makes them unique and the collection of experiences they bring to our organization. I'm your host Rich Soares and today I'm visiting with George Camisa. George is a Mortgage Finance Advisor out of Charlotte NC. George, thanks for s…
 
Sometimes in some ways ‘silence is golden’ but especially in these times, breaking the norms of polite silence is essential. Stepping up, speaking out and breaking the silence is a public petition that Marion Nestle has pushed throughout her career as author, blogger, professor and respected influencer of food policy. She is the Paulette Goddard Pr…
 
Our interview with Matt Bach of UCAN was inspired by two things really. First, we had a discussion on the show a couple weeks ago discussing how COVID era race cancellations affect businesses in the endurance sport industry differently depending on how dependent the product or service is to racing. A company like Race Day Wheels is going to be affe…
 
The global pandemic crisis is an important reminder of just how essential are the farmers and workers at every stage, all the way from Farm to Table. Fortunately these “essential” members of the food system are also resilient, able to adjust quickly to difficult conditions. Their stories and examples of the food system’s resilience are being shared…
 
Happy Memorial Day weekend! In today's show we have Chris Anthony perhaps most known for being a professional skier in the Warren Miller movies is joining us to talk about a host of topics, but the one that might surprise you the most is that he was just as likely to have made a professional career as a cyclist. We are also going to talk about how …
 
Farmers want to do the best they can. That can mean much more than just better yields and better prices for their commodity to include social and environmental impacts. It’s not just altruistic to do the right things for the land, farm workers and the environment, since food manufacturers and retailers want to source from farms they can highlight t…
 
You may have seen the “303 Garage Talk” a few weeks ago with pro triathlete and Boulder native Colin Laughery. The discussion on the Garage Talk was Colin's take on current events. It was a great interview and in talking about how it's impacting things with his training and family life. I sent him a message about how much I enjoyed that interview t…
 
Can organic farming be a solution to our toughest challenges? The California Certified Organic Farmers (CCOF) contend that it is and they have research from over 300 scientific studies to back up that claim, in a “Roadmap to an Organic California”. Rebekah Weber, Policy Director of CCOF says Organic systems sequester carbon, stimulate local economi…
 
This week we caught up with professional triathlete Sam Long to chat about the KOM pins that he's been knocking down, see if we can help him pick his next KOM and what else he's got planned in his training. Also in today's show: What's new in the 303 Endurance News Video of the Week Sponsor UCAN: My Chocolate Energy + Protein Tub is on the way alon…
 
In these days some want to become farmers and some farmers are grateful if they can just stay afloat. Yet over the long haul farmers are growers so they grow food and they often need to grow their own business either horizontally (with more land) or vertically moving upstream to the ultimate consumers. Matt Billings is a 4th generation almond farme…
 
The pandemic of 2020 portends a world of food insecurity, unless it leads to farming and food distribution innovations putting consumers in closer communications with a wider variety of new small-scale farmers to compliment re-focused traditional agriculture. Coming from the crisis can be "gardens of eden" reducing hunger and poverty with just abun…
 
Our guest today is time trial and track cycling specialist Kyle Pitman and Paralympic 2021 athlete. More on his story in a minute. Also in today's show: What's new in the 303 including a new KOM on a stretch that all the pros ride in Boulder "36 to Ward" Endurance News including a PTO announcement about the Challenge Daytona prize purse Video of th…
 
Your journey today is going to be a trip down Ironman Lane with Matt Miller of BASE Performance. Matt has been in triathlon from very early in the sports history. To this day he trains with pros in Boulder, has guided several VI athletes to Ironman finishes, has modeled for IRONMAN cologne, and as the owner of BASE Performance is going to give us a…
 
Being successful at farming is hard enough without a Pandemic. Now on top of the regular challenges of planning, planting, growing, watering, harvesting and marketing crops, farmers today have to take extra steps to keep their family and workforce safe from the Covid-19 virus. Aaron Barcellos, partner in the family farm, A-Bar Ag Enterprise, knows …
 
If you are in your mid seventies and think your best years are behind you, think again. At the age of 62 and at 335 pounds Sue Reynolds started a journey that started with a walk to a neighbors house and back. Step by step, goal by goal, she discovered running and then triathlon and completely transformed her body and life. At the age of 67 she has…
 
What are we really hungry for? In Hungry, Eve Turow-Paul guides us through today’s global food and lifestyle culture and looks at the connections between top trends, how we find well-being, the impacts of the Digital Age and the COVID-19 Pandemic. How isthe Digital Age redefining people’s needs and desires? How does “foodie” culture, along with oth…
 
Join the coversation as Mary reveals how to live your live from the very best part of you using inspiration and motivation. Mary is an international radio talk show host, author of the popular book “A Pocket Full of Prayers – A Heart Full of Hope” and a faith based intuitive. For over 25 years, Mary has shared her intuitive, angelic guidance with c…
 
If you are in your mid forties and think your best years are behind you, think again. Today we're taking you on a journey with endurance sports writer, coach and dare I say elite runner, Matt Fitzgerald. Matt decided to live out a dream to train and race with a professional running team to see exactly how much potential he still had in his 46 year …
 
"Left a good job in the City" is a familiar refrain to listeners of Farm To Table Talk. When a Pediatrician in Chicago moves to Vermont to start a grass fed beef farm, it's a new verse to that song. Dr. Sheila Patinkin, runs a Wagyu cattle farm in Vermont where she sells to Michelin star restaurants, local steakhouses, pubs and ski resorts and – in…
 
Why are cyclists so drawn to climbing mountains? Our friend Jessica at Pegasus Books introduced me to the book HIGHER CALLING CYCLINGS OBSESSION WITH THE MOUNTAINS by MAX LEONARD. It was one of those books I didn't see coming. We have a great interview with London native, cyclist and excellent author Max Leonard. Thanks to last week's guest, Profes…
 
The pandemic of 2020 has led to the closing of most restaurants, except for carry out and delivery. We do what we have to do, but we miss our favorite restaurants. Like most other restaurants Farm To Fork Restauant, Mulvaneys B&L had to close their doors and lay off their staff. Unlike most restaurants they almost immediately started looking for wa…
 
Earlier this week the Professional Triathletes Organisation announced its response to COVID-19 by increasing its Year-End Annual Bonus Programme from $2,000,000 to $2,500,000 and paying it all immediately based on the PTO World Rankings. The $500,000 increase would go to men and women athletes ranked 21-50, who will get an increase from $5,000 each…
 
'This aint normal' is frequently said today and was the title of a 2011 book by the all-american farmer philosopher, Joel Salatin. It has led to the most popular question in the world today "when will we get back to normal?' When it comes to our food system the answer is "maybe never" and that could be best. Joel Salatin, his family and team at Pol…
 
Today's show is dedicated to being an endurance athlete's "thrival" guide . Last week we mentioned some of the race cancellations and postponements. If you haven't had a race cancelled on you yet, you may be in the pool of people that are anxiously awaiting the news. Do you find yourself looking at your training plan and asking yourself - why am I …
 
The Federal Reserve is doing everything it can to try to keep our financial system from collapsing but it’s not working! They think just printing a bunch of money will solve our problems! They thought the same thing in 2008 and look where we are now! For those people out there who just think all of this is because of Coronavirus you are sadly mista…
 
Food trends continue, even as consumers respond to crises like a global pandemic by skipping meetings, grocery delivery and carry out. According to Suzy Badarucco, the President of global food forecaster, Culinary Tides, food and drink trends have been in a "slide" that began even before the Corona virus outbreak. Fires, mass shootings, floods, imp…
 
The real dirt to common ground is found "Beyond Your Table". It's a new podcast launched at the 2020 World Ag Expo in Tulare CA. Leading voices in the agriculture and food space found common ground on the future of agriculture from diverse perspectives. Podcasters and co-hosts, Michael R. Dimock of Flipping the Table and the advocacy group Roots of…
 
Today when many large food companies claim to be committed to sustainability and climate friendly regenerative agriculture, skeptics are quick to question. Is it real or is it "greenwashing"? A little on-line research or even better, a strategic conversation with the person responsible for corporate sustainability programs can answer those question…
 
Joel Salatin, calls himself a "Christian libertarian environmentalist capitalist lunatic farmer. Others who like him call him the most famous farmer in the world, the high priest of the pasture, and the most eclectic thinker from Virginia since Thomas Jefferson. Those who don’t like him call him a bio-terrorist, Typhoid Mary, charlatan, and starvat…
 
What's new down on the farm? Hemp. Farmers are trying to grow industrial hemp all over instead of food crops that have been providing insufficient returns. Consumers are starting to notice this strange new crop as they drive down country roads. Industrial hemp is not recreational marijuana; it's the non-intoxicating low-THC, oilseed and fiber varie…
 
There are some great tastes you just can't grow locally. Take coffee for example. At the Chocolate Fish Coffee Roasting and Coffee shop in Sacramento, Coffee Farmer Juan Luis Barrios has come from his farm in Guatemala to see see what Edie and Andy's customers think of his coffee. The next stop on his trip will be Scandinavia the other major area t…
 
Farming progress can mean climate progress as processing tomato growers are proving in California. Since the tomato growers shifted almost totally to buried drip irrigation, water use became more efficient, yields increased, fertilizer was more precisely applied through the drip system, and, surprisingly the emission of one of the most potent green…
 
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