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The Local Food Report can be heard every Thursday on WCAI, the local NPR station for Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, and the South Coast. From farmers' markets to backyard gardens, wild forage to home kitchen recipes, the Local Food Report explores the Cape, Islands, and South Coast to find out what's in season and what to do with it.The Local Food Report airs Thursday at 8:35 AM and 5:45 PM and Saturday at 9:35 AM and is made possible by our Local Food Report sponsors.
 
Allrecipes podcast, Homemade, celebrates good food, the people who make it, and the stories and traditions of beloved recipes. On the show, hosts Sabrina Medora (national food writer and hospitality industry insider) and Martie Duncan (author and Next Food Network Star finalist), talk to cooks of all stripes to reveal the memories and traditions behind their favorite foods.
 
Food marketing consultant and founder of Virginia Foodie, Georgiana Dearing, takes you behind the scenes of successful craft and local food businesses. For over twenty years, she's lead a team of creatives at Water Street Marketing. George is particularly passionate about her work in the food industry and now works to make her years of experience more accessible to emerging brands. This podcast is for you if you’re curious about the marketing tools, the business practices, and the stories th ...
 
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The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson

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The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson

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Welcome to The Urban Farm Podcast, your partner in the Grow Your Own Food revolution! This 3-day per week audio only podcast features special guests like Jason Mraz, Lisa Steele, and Kari Spencer as we discuss the art and value of growing food in urban areas. We'll explore topics such as urban beekeeping and chicken farming, permaculture, successful composting, monetizing your farm, and much more! Each episode will bring you tips and tricks on how to overcome common challenges, opportunities ...
 
Discover the fundamental values of food. Join Aileen Suzara in her kitchen as she facilitates conversation between BIPOC food leaders and producers around universal ideas rooted in ancestral wisdom. In each episode, a local farmer, journalist, doctor, educator, strategist, and artist will impart personal experiences and ideas to participate in your local food system, advocate for global food sovereignty, and sow a more resilient, empowering, just and equitable future.
 
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Tent Talk

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Farmers Market Pros

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Tent Talk is a podcast for farmers' market managers, farmers, food makers, and anyone who counts on farmers’ markets as a source of income. Please join us as we interview farmers’ market experts, talk about ways to improve local food communities, and provide you with tips on building a successful farmers’ market business. Tent Talk is produced by Farmers Market Pros.
 
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 ...
 
What to know and where to go in Metro Detroit. Timely conversations and local stories about a variety of topics including autos, bars and restaurants, business, Detroit City FC, development, local government, policy, technology, things to do, transit and more. All in about 20 minutes a day.
 
Messin' With Mormons hosts a weekly discussion with special guests that are involved in the community through art, business, or just being badass. Topics include comedy, local and world news, food, entertainment, sports, opinion, or whatever the hell we want. Instagram @MessinwithMormons Twitter @MessinWMormons
 
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Jerome Whittingham @photomoments

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Jerome Whittingham is a photographer, writer, and podcaster.He reports on community development and social issues. Topics of interest include the arts, health and wellbeing, housing and homelessness, children and young people, dementia, addiction, local food and food sustainability, heritage, conservation and the environment.Jerome returned to Stoke-on-Trent in Spring 2021, having previously lived and worked in Hull for over 25 years.Follow him on twitter: @photomoments
 
Louisiana Eats! is a radio show for people who cook and people who love to eat well—all with a Louisiana point of view and Poppy’s distinctive Louisiana voice. In each program listeners join Poppy as she meets people who produce, cook, and eat the foods we enjoy and treasure — exploring kitchens and stores, farms and waterways where favorite foods are produced and prepared. And because Louisianans love all kinds of food, Poppy won’t limit herself to shrimp creole and hot sauce!
 
Long time friends from L.A. discussing their views on music, wrestling, local food and drink, current and past pop culture, as well as being married with children. Follow on Instagram @BigTalkCG.Podcast, and listen wherever you listen to podcasts, including: APPLE PODCASTS, SPOTIFY, GOOGLE PODCASTS, AMAZON MUSIC, AUDIBLE, IHEART RADIIO, PLAYER FM, TUNEIN RADIO, LISTEN NOTES!!!
 
This is the podcast for all you supporters of the local culinary and restaurant scene here in New York State. We sit down with chefs, owners, influencers, and producers in the local scene to find out who they are and what they're doing. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @EatLocalNYState and @EatLocalNewYork and online at EatLocalNYstate.com
 
When a city changes, you can feel it in its local food culture. As the pandemic spread across the U.S., local restaurants closed or adapted, with many relying heavily on takeout and delivery in unprecedented ways. This season on Dish City, hosts Patrick Fort and Ruth Tam discover how food delivery became normal and ponder if it actually benefits restaurants, couriers and diners during the pandemic. From WAMU.
 
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Growing Local

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Growing Local

Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project

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Growing Local is a weekly audio series about local food and farms in the Southern Appalachians. It airs during Morning Edition on WNCW 88.7 each Monday at 8:50 a.m. Produced by ASAP, the Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project.
 
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Local Food Fine Print

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Local Food Fine Print

University of MN Extension, Jake Overgaard

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In the Local Food Fine Print, we interview food buyers to learn how farmers can access their market and improve relations with buyers. The focus is on intermediate markets like co-ops, restaurants, food hubs, grocery stores, etc. Plus, we discuss details like insurance, food safety, volume req's, delivery schedules, and more.
 
Local Lunch your weekly podcast which reveals everything you need to know about Nottingham’s local food heroes and how you can get more involved! Local lunch is brought to you by Nottingham Good Food Partnership the go to organisation for sustainable food in our fair city. Your Hosts me Penney Poyzer and me Shona Munro will introduce you to local people making a difference to our food system.
 
Adam Montiel has lived on the Central Coast since 2003. He currently lives in SLO, loves supporting local small business and has a huge appreciation for our local wine, food and hospitality. He brings his good vibes to the air waves every morning at Coast 104.5 with lots of great community conversations and a heartfelt look at life. Thanks for being UP & Adam in the Morning!
 
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The Checkout

Errol Schweizer and Evan Driscoll

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Hosted and produced by two Organic food and farming lifers, The Checkout brings forward diverse voices and stories from the frontlines of our food system. Now more than ever, our food system is in a constant state of flux, radical change and crisis. From farm, retail and wholesale sector analyses to public policy, labor organizing and community struggles, The Checkout will expand the horizon for consumers and food industry professionals of what is possible and what is necessary to create a j ...
 
The Modern Eater, a passionate crew of homegrown, hyper-local and small business advocates who give a voice to Colorado chefs, restaurateurs, growers, farmers, suppliers and beverage stewards, is an award-winning podcast that airs every Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 2 p.m. on themoderneater.com, our Facebook page and YouTube. If you're anything like us, you obsess over great food, seasonal ingredients and delicious libations, best shared with likeminded friends and family. Please welcome T ...
 
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TABLEdebates.org

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Is a local or global food system more sustainable? How big should a farm be? Debates about the future of food have become more polarised than ever. We will explore the evidence, worldviews, and values that people bring to global food system debates. Our show will be in conversation with those who are trying to transform the food system, as part of the ongoing work of Table, a collaboration between the University of Oxford, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), and Wageningen ...
 
Target Zero Hunger is a podcast that delves into the core issues of the UN Sustainable Develop Goals (SDGs). From eradicating poverty and hunger, to mitigating and adapting to climate change, rethinking food and agriculture production is critical to feeding a growing population and achieving these goals.
 
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Allison Howe

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A podcast about food and people, Simmer explores food stories and the connections that food creates. From learning how to make different types of noodles from around the world, to talking to local food professionals about their own stories, host Allison Howe brings people together through food.
 
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Desmond Shen: “We basically tried not to throw anything away, and I think one of the steps to do that is to name the thing by its part, instead of just calling it ‘waste’. If you are trimming carrots, you take away the carrot head, end, and peel – and you call that that. You don’t call it ‘trim’, you just call it ‘carrot peel’. What are we going to…
 
Ellen Polishuk provides consulting services to farmers around the country at PlantToProfit.com. She works with growers to design and improve production systems, to assess individual crop and enterprise profitability, make soil fertility recommendations, and to foster leadership capability so that farms can function smoothly and pleasurably. Clients…
 
655: Culinary & Aromatic Herbs. A Chat with an Expert on Seeds. In This Podcast: This is the October 2021 Seed Saving Class with Bill McDorman discussing herbs. A garden without herbs is like ice cream without hot fudge. Herbs enhance any meal, and drinking teas made from herbs is healing and medicinal. They can be perennial and annual allowing for…
 
Big show today. Chase Cantrell from Building Community Value is on. 01:21 - First, we talk about his project at Prairie and Six Mile (McNichols), including a new brewery and more. Chase also penned a very interesting piece in The Dig about what faces embody Detroit development: https://mailchi.mp/outliermedia.org/high-costs-for-small-scale-rehabber…
 
As the resident food and wine expert on the Netflix series Queer Eye, Montreal native Antoni Porowski helps everyday people discover -- or rediscover -- their passion for cooking. This week, food writer and founder of Un-Plated, Sabrina Medora, chats with Antoni about early kitchen disasters, how his mother influenced his love of food, the importan…
 
TJ is an old friend and returning guest from our early days. We get right into a couple serious topics this week discussing the huge influence mainstream media, social media and big tech has on our daily lives and how addicting it can be. Which lead us into getting to know TJ a little better when he shares his story of addiction Follow us on social…
 
On today’s show, three sports-related discussions with Fletcher Sharpe. 00:14 - We run down the USL signings for Detroit City FC since we last talked. Abdoulaye Diop, Pato Botello-Faz, Maxi Rodriguez and Rhys Williams. 08:42 - Bol Bol turns out to be a trade that goes back as he failed a health check by the Pistons, and we learn that Bol is going t…
 
Since no two farmers markets are the same, it's only logical that there are many different ways they can be operated. Organizational structures vary greatly, but whether a market operator is an employee at a parks department or a manager on contract with a business development group, clearly established job roles and boundaries are vital! This week…
 
Diabetes is a frightening condition that affects 425 million individuals throughout the world. Since sugar and other processed foods are the main ingredients for most food products, we aren’t really left with much of a choice. Jose Hernandez, the Co-Founder and President of ChipMonk Baking, thought otherwise. He and David Downing, Co-Founder and CE…
 
The 2020 Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival is coming to Chicago this week. We talk to its founder, Blair Thomas, and to artist Robin Frohardt, who has created an installation called The Plastic Bag Store. It is stocked with food-like items that are handcrafted from discarded, single-use NYC plastic trash. Marta Keane from the Illinois R…
 
Brian Estes is the Partnerships Director at LINC Foods. LINC Foods is a worker and farmer owned food hub based in Spokane, WA. If you are a regenerative agriculture producer or food company who is looking for ways to grow your operation, be sure to check out Steward at https://gosteward.com/. To begin the process of submitting a loan application wi…
 
Its finally here, the 200th episode of the Edible Valley Podcast. With the 10th anniversary on the horizon, Jon, Darren and William discuss some of the standout highlights from the last 10 years, covering the most memorable guests and lessons learnt. With some spoilers about the next 10 years, this is a podcast not to be missed. Join us, as we expl…
 
There have been major, well-documented problems with child labor overseas in production of various food imports. These foods make their way into the US market–another reason consumers want to know who produced their food. Anne Ross with Charleston Pro Bono Legal Services emphasizes that it isn’t fair for ethical farmers to have to compete with thos…
 
For our fun Friday episode, Jason LaValla isn’t standing still with the success of Casamara Club. Turns out leisure soda is a thing and people are looking for tasty, non-alcholic drinks to try. Whether they’re subbing out booze once in a while, or for good, but still want to have an interesting thing to drink to discuss and enjoy. Casamara Club is …
 
Building a Network of Neighborhood Compost Hubs. Do good and earn a profit? Sign us up! Alyssa Brodsky explains Food2Soil, a program in San Diego that creates soil farmers, people who get paid for turning food scraps from homes and restaurants into rich compost. She passionately describes how the program works, how she got involved, and the many wa…
 
Devon O'Reilly joins the podcast for his weekly segment, a day early — with Hot Toddys in hand. On your Daily Detroit: 01:41 - Woodward in Ferndale and Pleasant ridge is narrowing to make the area more people-friendly. It's set off a ton of discussion online, but we foreshadowed this move last week. Crossing Woodward as a pedestrian is like crossin…
 
How farmers involved in an LSP research project hope to use the Johnson-Su Bioreactor composting system to spark a chain reaction of underground ecological activity. More information: • An LSP Slideshow on Johnson-Su Bioreactor Construction in Minnesota • How to Build Your Own Bioreactor • Managing a Johnson-Su Composting Bioreactor • Microbiologis…
 
Sheere Ng: “Our understanding of inmates is they are either repentant or incorrigible. It’s black and white. But I think that the masak shows them to be abit more multifaceted, showing them to be loyal but ill-disciplined, angry but funny as well. I learnt something from trying to understand masak, and I simply wanted to tell that story…” Sheere Ng…
 
Today we talk about the winners of the North American Car, Truck and Utility Vehicle of the year. Ford showed well, and so did vehicles that are about value for money. Plus, the NAIAS (or the Detroit auto show) has a new date in mid-September. What could be done to make this auto show even more of an experience? Maybe a festival? Me and Eric Trytko…
 
Holy shit we made 200 episodes! We are joined this week by Dom Destefano, a seasoned bartender who brings some great stories about the bar business. Dom’s love for life and love for his work transcends through the microphone in this episode with lots of laughs and good times. Follow us on social media! Or don't, we're just happy you're listening. V…
 
Fletcher Sharpe gives his takes on DCFC’s signings of Stephen Carroll, Connor Rutz, and it’s the end of the line for Roddy Green as part of the rouge and gold. The Pistons sign Bol Bol. And we get into the changes the Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) deals will bring for college football and some Harbaugh speculation. If this is your first time meeti…
 
1:00 – What motivated you to build a compendium of agroecogology? 5:00 – What was discussed at the UN Food Summit you attended? 7:00 – Can agroecology feed the world? 11:00 – Is agroecology scalable? 15:30 – Can agroecology provide meaningful livlihoods? 18:00 – Can agroecology help solve climate change? 24:00 – How can agroecology be molded with t…
 
2022 is kicking off with both sweet and sour news. Dan of the Local Chemist needs your help! Read his touching Instagram post here: https://www.instagram.com/p/CYSqU6_rMrg/ The Okanagan Hot Chocolate Fest begins on January 17th and runs until February 14th with various Okanagan locations participating from Penticton, Summerland, Kelowna and Vernon.…
 
Episode #97 Notes 1:00 - What motivated you to start Saffron Road? 4:15 - What does halal mean? And what are the standards and certifiers around it? 8:00 - What was the path to market for your company? 11:20 - What were your biggest challenges getting to market in the first few years? 13:15 - How do you handle naysayers in the halal space? 21:00 - …
 
You might know Dylan Lemay as that talented ice cream guy with more than 11 million followers on TikTok. But did you know he's from right here in Metro Detroit, and is about to take a big step forward with a new thing? On your Daily Detroit, we're catching Dylan's story and maybe some delicious tips and treats along the way. If this is your first t…
 
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