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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 ...
 
Have you ever dreamt of starting a farm or homesteading? Do you love foraging for wild edibles? Is your perfect afternoon spent drifting downriver, fishing for that nights dinner? Or do love to spend a crisp fall morning hunting for wild game to share with your family? Or perhaps you spend all your free time digging in your garden, collecting herbs, vegetables, and fruits to enjoy. Homesteady is a show that focuses on living a more sustainable life. We talk about all the ways a modern Homest ...
 
Point of Inquiry is the Center for Inquiry's flagship podcast, where the brightest minds of our time sound off on all the things you're not supposed to talk about at the dinner table: science, religion, and politics. Guests have included Brian Greene, Susan Jacoby, Richard Dawkins, Ann Druyan, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Eugenie Scott, Adam Savage, Bill Nye, and Francis Collins. Point of Inquiry is produced at the Center for Inquiry in Amherst, N.Y.
 
Farming: the act or process of working the ground, planting seeds, and growing edible plants, the practice of cultivating the land.Deijhon Yearby knows that it isn’t the farm that makes the farmer. It’s the love, hard work and dedication to the practice that keeps one running and profitable. Based in Athens, Georgia, Deijhon is an agronomist and community advocate with a fresh point of view!Join Deijhon every Tuesday as he shares tips and tricks when planting, harvesting and taking produce t ...
 
Agri Matters is a podcast about cutting-edge technology and innovation in agriculture. From scientists, venture capitalists to start-up founders, we talk to the people responsible for bringing food from farm to table. Agri Matters is brought to you by PDD Podcasts.
 
Welcome to the Women in Food Podcast where we meet at the intersection of Food, Business and the Feminine! I’m your hostess, Missy Singer DuMars and it is my mission to elevate the diverse voices of women in our global food culture while exciting and empowering you in your kitchen! Each episode, I interview a woman in food – chefs, farmers, writers, teachers, bakers and other food makers on their personal story with food. We’ll also talk about their current favorite meals and share a recipe ...
 
Ever wonder what happens when a trans Jewish theological activist and a cisgender Baptist hunger activist walk into a Bible Bashing podcast and talk about Biblical stories? Listen in each month as host, Liam Michael Hooper - a justice-seeking gender theorist, trans educator-advocate, and author - meets with (new) co-host, Don Durham - a hermit-ish farmer, podcaster, and transitional coach - share their thoughts about Biblical stories. After discussing a given text, Liam or Don will share a n ...
 
Join Philip Lymbery, CEO of Compassion in World Farming as he meets the world's thought leaders; from philosophers to the farmers, business leaders to chefs and lobbyists to scientists, they discuss, challenge and share learnings behind the revolution necessary to bring an end to factory farming and our broken food system in order to ensure the health of future generations and our life on earth. Theme music by Jordan Bellamy from original music: Run by Ross Bugden (https://www.youtube.com/ch ...
 
FORTitude is a weekly Fort Worth business podcast brought to you by the Fort Worth Business Press and hosted by Brinton Payne and J.W Wilson. Each week, Brinton and J.W. interview local government, civic, and business people to show us a roadmap of where Fort Worth is going and where it needs to go to meet the challenges of a dynamic, growing city.
 
A podcast about eating better for ourselves and for the planet. We interview change-makers, consult with medical authorities and journalists, and highlight innovative restaurants and food services. Lee Schneider anchors Season 3, focusing on how restaurants will survive in pandemic times. We are part of the FutureX Network.
 
Host Lori Ness introduces you to hot people, places and events around the world. What happens in Seattle happens everywhere. Bringing Seattle to the WORLD AND THE WORLD to Seattle! These are light and conversational human interest interviews. The guests are fully aware of the format going in. This is the biggest show you have never heard of! Playing emerging artists and showcasing nice people doing great things from the Northwest, the USA and across the globe. Former DJ on KHPY, Los Angeles. ...
 
The EAST Podcast aims to bring technology closer to your senses. Know how every single piece of technology in todays world affects you. Whether it’s enterprise technology like Servers, Data Centres, or coding for Mobile Apps, or websites, or Concepts like Artificial Intelligence, 3D printing, Robotics – we will try to make it simpler for you. We will also tackle driverless cars, new consumer technologies, and sometimes, even a new consumer product.
 
Ibiza is notorious for attracting the ones who forged a new path in life. Some might call them rebellious. Carving out a new lifestyle and sharing it is what makes the community of the island come together & our soon to be New Normal so unique. Join Journalist Jo Youle monthly as she dives into the investigative underbelly of the islands rogues, rebels and those who relished their time on the white island and left their mark.
 
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Months ago our oldest daughter started talking about missing goats. She was the caretaker of our last bunch of Nubians, and she really liked them. K and I love letting our kids have animals of their own to care for. We both feel they learn so much from animal husbandry. But could we do goats again? We have had so many problems over the years with t…
 
Except for the air we breathe, nothing is more important to life on earth than water. Humans can live up to 60 days without food but only a few days without water. So water is life and the worsening climate is severely impacting life as we know it. In California alone it is estimated that nearly a million acres of previously productive farmland wil…
 
Tune in to hear about our crazy spring! We have not 1, but 3 NEW ANIMALS to talk about, it should be a great show! Sign up to our email list so you don't miss any of our videos here - LOVE HOMESTEADY? Help us keep it going! Becoming a Pioneer - You get instant access to the new forum, discounts, and homesteading classes and podcasts! Are you shoppi…
 
In the June/July issue of Free Inquiry, today's guest Greg Paul makes the case that a loving God cannot possibly exist next to all the suffering and death, children have had to endure throughout human history. In his piece, he claims this fact has the, "...potential to accelerate the already rapid decline of the illusion that is theism." On today's…
 
Not all farmers are old.. Millennials are coming back to family farms and ranches in impressive numbers. After college and trying other adventures many are deciding that their passion and what seems best for their families is to be back in rural areas where they bring enthusiasm and a renewed commitment to grow livestock and crops in a way that is …
 
On this episode, we talk to Jill Gould of the Butter Meat Co. about being in relationship to our food. Relationship to our food is not just about knowing where it came from, but also the relationships we build around food, how food is intertwined in our relationships (like family recipes), and how it is connected to our relationship with the earth …
 
Deijhon gives his overview on the produce Kale in this episode of Produce Breakdown. He gives an overview what is Kale, he provide suggestions on to grow Kale, and how to make a profit off of it if you are planning on selling it. Links Kale seeds- https://www.johnnyseeds.com/vegetables/kale/ https://www.highmowingseeds.com/vegetables/kale.html Soil…
 
Have you heard the story of Jesus’ hissy fit in the temple, turning over tables and ranting about the house of God being a house of prayer for all the peoples? Have you ever wondered what that apparent temper tantrum was all about? In this episode, Don offers his thoughts about the tale as we find in the Gospel of Mark. In his discussion, Don poses…
 
Connecting small farmers to new markets is a universal goal. In Fiji and Australia that is being accomplished due to the efforts of twin sisters, Lisa and Zoe Paisley who have co-founded Aggie Global. They moved to Fiji to start a business and address poverty in rural communities. Farmers struggled with selling their produce while the tourism secto…
 
This week, I heard the very sad news of the passing of Carla Bartolucci. I’ve not met her, but her work has influenced my relationship with food in ways that ripple out to most people I connect with over food. Carla was the CEO and Founder of Jovial Foods (along with her husband) and responsible for bringing awareness of Einkorn wheat closer to the…
 
Want to Start feeding your family from your land? There is NO EASIER WAY that raising meat birds! Join Us Today to talk Meat Chickens and how to grow enough to feed your family chicken all year long! My Family doesn't buy chicken, and we have not for years. How can you raise enough chicken for your own family? In this video we share our method for …
 
The Center for Inquiry Investigations Group tests extraordinary claims from anyone who believes they have paranormal or supernatural abilities like telekinesis, mind reading, and many otherworldly talents. The group offers a $250,000 prize for anyone able to prove a paranormal ability under mutually agreed upon test conditions. The group then repor…
 
Farming : the act or process of working the ground, planting seeds, and growing edible plants, the practice of cultivating the land. Deijhon Yearby knows that it isn’t the farm that makes the farmer. It’s the love, hard work and dedication to the practice that keeps one running and profitable. Based in Athens, Georgia, Yearby is an agronomist and c…
 
Billions of pounds of produce are going to waste while millions of Americans are going hungry. Seeing food lines develop all over, some University students decided to do something to change that. They created the Farmlink Project to connect farmers to food banks, delivering millions of pounds of farm fresh produce that would otherwise be wasted to …
 
This week’s interview is with chef & urban gardener, Ari Botsford Cohen where we explore the many uses of papaya while chatting about vintage recipes, meat tenderizing, and how self-care can be a selfless act. Along the way, we’ll learn more about Ari’s story of food from her great-grandfather’s cookbooks to her dad starting a farm and gardening. S…
 
We were shocked this week to find a little of pigs being born.... We bread our Kune Kune pigs, watch for signs of pregnancy, and even were preparing for the births! But something caught us off guard, and when the dust settled we had 14 little piglets to care for and one little deformed one who's life hangs in the balance... Can we save him? And wha…
 
Consumers have never known more about nutrition and yet, have never been more overweight. For most Americans, maintaining a balanced diet is more difficult than doing their taxes. What are we doing wrong? Jack Bobo has been engaged with the food system from farm to table and is the author of a new book “Why Smart People Make Bad Food Choices”. He i…
 
Annabelle Gurwitch is an award-winning actress, comedian, and writer. She's also a secular humanist and a skeptic, though that hasn't always been the case -- at least not the skeptic part. On this episode Annabelle speaks with host, Jim Underdown about her beliefs, her new book, life as a performer, new age religions and cults, and dealing with adv…
 
In the 2nd part of our interview featuring Pasi Vainikka of Solar Foods, we dive deeper into how Solein will scale up and contribute to the de-carbonization of the wider food system. We discuss: 1)The potential for air protein to be the nutrient feed for cultivated meat 2) The feasibility of producing proteins in space with Martian carbon dioxide 3…
 
In this episode of Agri Matters, we speak to Dr Pasi Vainikka, co-founder and CEO of Solar Foods, a Finnish start-up that is literally making food out of thin air. We discuss: 1) How air and electricity can come together through fermentation to replicate and replace the conventional process of growing plants 2) Taking concepts from space technology…
 
Nutrient density, biodynamic and regenerative are terms of relevance to the health of our planet, our soil, our food and ourselves. It’s tricky learning the connections but Dr. Christopher Daugherty ties it all together. “Biodynamic is the art and aspect” of the essential principles of food. Nutrient density is the “level of nutrients per unit” of …
 
Today’s interview is with farmer and food advocate, Allison Dehonney. Travel with us to the Caribbean where we learn how she makes the ubiquitous Callaloo— a sort of soupy-stew using indigenous Caribbean greens called dasheen. Along the way, we’ll learn more about Allison’s story of food from her Trinidadian roots to her current home in Buffalo, NY…
 
Join us today to talk about new farm animals, choosing breeds, putting chickens out on pasture, starting homestead businesses and more! LINKS FOR TODAY'S SHOW WYZE CAM - https://amzn.to/3a2n5gc MOUSE CREEK FARM - https://www.facebook.com/mousecreekfarm JODI'S BOOK - https://amzn.to/3a2mYRO VALORIE'S SOAP SHOP - https://allay-handmade-naturals.mysho…
 
Now is not the new normal. Consumers were forced to change their shopping and dining food practices by the pandemic. As they return to stores and restaurants, they need to be the Hero of their lives. From farmers to restaurants and food markets, helping consumers realize their need to be the Hero from these troubled times, is job One. Suzy Badaracc…
 
In this month’s episode, Liam and Don take a look at Jesus’ teaching on the laborers in the vineyard through the larger story of Jesus engaging with the people. Liam explores the tendency to isolate Jesus’ teachings and parables from their story-based, literary contexts. Liam proposes that the author of Matthew’s gospel (like the authors of each go…
 
K actually said NO to an animal... I was SHOCKED! I think we all agree the most fun part of homesteading is new animals... right? A new breed of chickens, a pair of cute little goat kids, or your first cow! It is SO FUN to get new animals. And that is why it is so dang hard to say NO when you have an opportunity to get a new animal! K and I are bot…
 
Many people wish they could farm and new farmers are needed. Sounds like a match. It is a well established fact that the average age of farmers is around the age that people are thinking of retirement. So who will be farming in the future, beyond just those who are fortunate enough to be born in to a sustainable family farm? The Center for Land Bas…
 
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