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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 ...
 
This podcast aims to combat the misleading information about controlled-environment agriculture (CEA) by providing listeners with facts and information about the subject. If you’re interested in learning more about topics like urban farming, greenhouse growing, etc., then this is the agriculture podcast for you!
 
money.power.land.solidarity. is a Minneapolis-based podcast about economic and urban development, local politics, race, class, wealth, and culture from a working-class leftist perspective. Our entry point was the Upper Harbor Terminal Development, a project slated for North Minneapolis' river front, and continues to be core to our conversations and interviews.
 
Welcome to Homestead Journey by Eryn Whalen, from Eryn Whalen Online. Blogging for over seven years, she’s transitioned from sharing about her family’s adventures on their half acre urban farm in Washington, to 120 acres in Tennessee. Follow along as she and her husband renovate their 100 year old farmhouse and reclaim the overgrown land. Homeschool mama, decor addict, and garden lover, Eryn’s here to share the journey with you. From recipes to information about homestead life, and everythin ...
 
You can take an African out of the village, but you cannot take the village out of an African. Most of us live in the city but are farming in the village, either out of family obligation, or a deep routed desire to see agriculture work for Africa. What is the return on investment? How does that align with #Agenda2063 - "The Africa We Want" by 2063? Fostina Mani is championing an agricultural markets revolution that favours Africa, under her #legacy2063byfostinamani platform her version of "T ...
 
There is something going on in my urban farm everyday. Join me in discussing what is happening, what is being planted and what has worked and what hasn't so we can learn together. The more we know the more we can grow. This will be an almost daily podcast so you can follow along with me. The episode number will be the day of the year so you can see where we are in the season.
 
In this podcast, we’ll take you through the history as well as the future prospects of Urban Farming. The podcast is based upon the book “500 Years of Urban Farming in Denmark”, written by Dr. Paul Rye Kledal, who is educated as an agricultural economist. He has more than 20 years of professional experience as a researcher and governmental advisor within Urban Farming, recirculating aquaculture and aquaponics. Enjoy the history of Urban Farming in Denmark, a visit to the historical gardens o ...
 
Urban Farming is emerging as one of the most sustainable ways to combat the growing food shortage and rising food costs. No more so than in South Africa. Join host, Chris Luyt, and guests as they share tips and tricks on how to start your own Urban Farm... and to have a lekker time doing it! You can also carry on the discussion on Urban Farming and all things Green on our Facebook Group on the following link: http://bit.ly/GreenFBGroup #UrbanFarming #UrbanAgriculture #Podcast
 
The Food Garden Life Show brings together gardening, food, and the human story. Host Emma Biggs is a Gen-Z author and garden speaker with a passion for growing tomatoes. Host Steven Biggs is a horticulturist, author, and college instructor with a passion for growing food plants. We talk to creative food gardeners and farm and garden experts who break the rules and make new ones.
 
From cover crops to regenerative grazing and organic production to marketing, ATTRA - Voices from the Field is your weekly sustainable agriculture podcast. Voices from the Field is produced by the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT). Since 1976, NCAT has provided relevant information, individualized technical assistance and in-depth resources to support sustainable agriculture and accessible energy solutions. Learn more at NCAT.ORG and ATTRA.NCAT.ORG.
 
Investments and Returns in Plots, Urban Farm Land, and Individual Retail Plots. 1. Invest according to your Life Goals and Milestones Like Retirement, Child Marriage, Child Higher Education, Life Uncertainty. 2. Invest in Land Plots, appreciation gives all time-proven highest return to fulfill your dreams. 3. Invest in Urban Farm Land Appreciation as well as partial returns. 4. Invest in Individual Retail Plots for Better Returns and Housing needs. 5. Invest in Commercial Property for rental ...
 
Talk Farm to Me brings you headlines from the world of agriculture that impact you, your food, your environment, your wallet, your community and your family through personal stories directly with serious farmers. Talk Farm to Me pinches urban and rural communities closer together by building a deeper understanding of what farmers do and how that influences the world we live in. ​ From new farmers to generational farmers. From veggies to meat and all the products that come from the farm. From ...
 
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Creepy

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From creator Jon Grilz, a collection of the most famous and disturbing creepypastas and urban legends in the world. Listener discretion is advised. Stories requests can be made on twitter @creepypod or via email at creepypod@gmail.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Join us for a special Earth Day event featuring Battery Conservancy founder Warrie Price in conversation with artist and native New Yorker Sue Tsai. They'll discuss how crucial parks like the Battery are to kids growing up in the city, and Price will share the Battery's 300-plus-year history and talk about the redesigned park's vast perennial gardens, large urban farm, and SeaGlass carousel.
 
The official podcast of Tiny Farm Duluth! A weirdo finds a way after being banished from the land of cubicles. Our living rests upon three legs: art, urban farming, and writing. I seek to inspire others to simply get started. Don’t wait to be picked by some magical gatekeeper! Support the podcast: buymeacoffee.com/eddygilmore
 
We hear, frequently, that the global education system is broken, and as a result, we spend billions of dollar trying to fix it. But the K-12 system isn’t actually broken at all – it’s working exactly as it was designed, 100 years ago, and it’s obsolete. So in Learning Unboxed, we will have a conversation about teaching, learning, and the future of work; we will reimagine, rethink, and redesign our educational system.
 
Join your hosts Farmer Tom and Julie as we discuss creating a U-Pick Micro Flower Farm from scratch in Western Wisconsin. We will also be growing flowers, vegetables, and community by holding events at our farm and by interviewing market gardeners, urban farmers and flower farms who are all connecting to the land and serving our customers. Come grow with us!
 
The Home Grown podcast is presented by the Agriculture & Natural Resources (ANR) Unit of the Harris County Texas A&M AgriLife Extension office. The series provides information on urban agriculture / horticulture / gardening and ag literacy. The program focuses on topics that are relevant to the urban gardener.
 
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UrbanHomestead

Urban Homestead Radio

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The Urban Homestead is a family operated and highly productive city farm. Through sustainable lifestyle choices, the Urban Homestead has become a successful, real-life working model for sustainable agriculture and self-reliant living in a metropolis.
 
On Partisan Gardens, we know climate catastrophe is here, and it’s our food system’s dead end. Here we see sustainable fine dining and ecological destruction, hunger and obesity, extreme wealth and immense poverty. We can’t wait any longer — for a tech breakthrough, climate apocalypse, the revolution, or a reform of the USDA loan system. We must be frank about reality, to reckon with our options. We must choose sides, and become partisans of a new way to live and grow food.
 
The Grow Guide is Canada's #1 gardening podcast co-hosted by rookie grower, Maggie Wysocki and master grower, Dave Hanson. Listen in to honest conversations about seasonal gardening topics, including the trials, tribulations and successes of growing in climates where it can feel...kind of impossible. Join the community of fellow Grow Guiders in our Facebook group. Have an idea for a guest or upcoming episode topic? Send us an email — thegrowguidepod@gmail.com
 
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Food is essential to our lives, but kids rarely get a chance to understand where it comes from – or how to participate in the process. Jim Bruner is the farmer extraordinaire at the Mezzacello, an urban farm in the middle of downtown Columbus which hosts programs that expose local kids to urban farming. We discuss how last year’s events went and wh…
 
I first “met” Dee Hall in the pages of the home and garden section of my local newspaper. It was a pleasure connecting with her and hearing about her urban micro-farm called Mermaid City Flowers, located just across the bay from me down in Norfolk, Virginia. In this interview, Dee describes how she came to be a specialty cut-flower farmer, her curr…
 
A chat with Michael Moore. In This Garden Chat: Instead of starting a new crop in your gardens with tired old soil, consider boosting the potential yield and health of the crops by rejuvenating the soil each season. In this Garden Chat we talk with permaculture gardener and practitioner Michael Victoria Moore about how to boost the health of the ec…
 
NCAT’s headquarters in Butte, Montana, has a complicated growing climate to say the least. That makes John Wallace’s job as farm manager of NCAT’s Small-Scale Intensive Farm Training program – or SIFT – challenging as well. In this episode of Voices from the Field, John talks with NCAT Energy Analyst Victorian Smart about the SIFT farm’s strategies…
 
678: Seed Saving Myths. A Chat with an Expert on Seeds. In This Podcast: This is the April 2022 Seed Saving Class with Bill McDorman discussing seed saving myths. A myth is an idea or story that is believed by many people but that is not true, according to Webster’s Dictionary. Seed saving myths are plentiful and often are motivated by large corpor…
 
Toronto Urban Farm Fills a Void Ali Lila thinks that the missing relationship that most urban people have in their lives is a farmer. People know lawyers, plumbers, electricians, dentists…but who knows a farmer? Through his Neighbours Feeding Neighbours farm in Toronto’s Willowdale neighbourhood, Lila aims to change that. Intensive Production Inten…
 
Zambia was my first export market. Why Zambia, well Lady S, my last-born sister had met a Zambian man at University of Nairobi, whom she married and later moved to Zambia. My first visit to Zambia was my clue to the market demand. As many Kenyan do, she requested I visit Masaai Market, a Kenyan open market for authentic African hand-crafted beaded …
 
More wild weather in Manitoba leads Maggie and Dave to make predictions for what their average last frost date will be this year in the Southern Manitoba/Winnipeg region. Will it be later than usual? Or just on track? Hear their predictions!This week's guest is Ontario-based farmer from re.Planted Urban Farm, Akosua Asare. She shares the various re…
 
In this episode, I sit down with my good friend Dave Dowling to discuss the top five mistakes that people tend to make with perennial cut flower plants. Whether you're a home gardener or a commercial cut-flower grower, Dave offers tips for avoiding these common perennial planting mistakes: 1. Not having weed management practices in place. You can't…
 
The crew is back on the mic to discuss Jacob Frey's appointment of Tom Hoch to chair the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority board, 40 Billion to Ukraine, Joe Biden having way more bodies than Putin, the new director of Minneapolis Regulatory Services' feelings about encampents, Evictions, Rent Control and our plans for taking a summer sabatical f…
 
VegBed was founded in 2017 by Albert Lin who wanted to create a better and easier to use growing medium for the hydroponic community. More about Albert Lin: Website: https://www.vegbed.com/ More about Joe Swartz: Website: https://amhydro.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/HydroConsultant More about Nick Greens: Website: https://www.nickgreens.com Tw…
 
Shannon Dietz, Harris County County Extension Agent ANR interviews Mr. Steven Sisler, DAR (Disaster and Recovery) Agent with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Harris County. Mr. Sisler shares important and timely information about emergency preparedness and information for the 2022 Hurricane Season. Details on family evacuation plans as well as plans fo…
 
Another Spring episode of The Grow Guide means another step closer to planting our gardens! This week author and owner of Corn Hill Nursery, Bob Osborne joins the show to chat all about growing apples in Northern climates. Find the full episode show notes and links to everything discussed on our website. Thank you to this week's sponsor, Pineridge …
 
By building urban ecosystems, we will make Canberra a refuge for the plants, animals and ecological communities devastated by climate change, habitat loss, bushfires and urban sprawl. So on this World Bee Day let’s remember our untiring insect friends who power the pollination of the plants we love and need. Bee populations are under threat. Destru…
 
What does a Mom and environmental lawyer do after leading a statewide enviro-coalition into its second half-century and serving as a City of St. Louis Alderperson? This one, Heather Navarro, takes on directing climate action for the Midwest U.S. The Midwest Climate Collaborative, based at Washington University in St. Louis, envisions a carbon neutr…
 
Gardener and author CaliKim joins us from southern California to talk about growing vegetables in raised beds. Grow Vegetables in Raised Beds Raised beds can have a number of advantages: Soil warms more quickly in spring Less back and knee strain A solution for locations with less-than-ideal soil How to Make Raised Bed Gardens CaliKim says that rai…
 
I was so pleased to have Wanda Haken as a special guest on Clubhouse! Wanda is a commercial peony farmer located in the Alaskan interior, and she shared with us some great peony harvesting tips based on research performed at the University of Alaska. Wanda is also a student of The Gardener’s Workshop courses, a former school teacher, and a very kno…
 
I agreed to help a friend renovate his new place and uncovered an unspeakable horror *** Written by NS Lewis and Narrated by Nate DuFort *** Fencer Reflex *** Written by: Hy_Kwong and Narrated by: Cole Burkhardt *** Content Warning: Animal Body Horror *** Find our reward tiers and how to get your bonus magnet at patreon.com/creepypod *** You can al…
 
"The pandemic might be winding down, but the disruptions are here to stay." To be successful in business many companies are lean. They don't hold excess inventory or supplies. This has worked for decades. For example, if the plastic on the greenhouse rips the grower goes to the hardware store and replaces it easily. Today, almost every industry is …
 
In the midst of most family farms, is a house called the home place. When you layer that with the appreciation of food, family and hospitality that runs so deep in western Kentucky, you get the Peery House at Springhill Farms! And in this episode, we talk to three generations of the family about changes unfolding over the years at their home place.…
 
My kids are grown enough to grab a snack from the fridge and entertain themselves for a bit, now what?! Join me on this episode where I talk about the self discovery process I personally went through once my kids were older and I had a little more time on my hands. Have you ever heard the phrase, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree? Although t…
 
Whether you're a flower enthusiast home gardener or a commercial cut-flower grower, you know that you want your cut flowers to last as long as possible. In this episode, I cover post-harvest care for cut flowers in lots of different scenarios, and the practices that I recommend if you're selling to florists, at supermarkets, at the farmers' market,…
 
When given trust and resources, students can do some incredible things. One Stone is a student-led and directed nonprofit that makes students better leaders and the world a better place. Through allowing students to pursue their passions and interests, they learn to become more confident, empowered, and self-sufficient. Jesse Ross is the director o…
 
corinna shares May's collective reading from patreon with listeners, as it relates to the strength card and eclipse season!support the podcast and get extra content: http://www.patreon.com/riseupgoodwitch*take the survey and help the podcast keep producing more content you love*! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QXXTSNTshop the apothecary:http://www.…
 
In this episode, I am exploring more entrepreneurship opportunities that grow out of and to the business of flower farming. I was honored to interview the dynamic couple, Daniel Schavey and Wesley Turner who own four businesses: Petal Picker Flower Co. (flower farm) Roots (a garden boutique and garden center) 4Rooms (Home Décor) The Nested Fig (Liv…
 
In this recent Clubhouse chat, Lisa interviewed Janis Harris of Harris Flower Farm in southwestern Ontario Canada. They discussed what it’s like growing flowers at her farm in hardiness zone 5b/6a, and how it is different from Lisa’s farm in zone 7b/8a in Virginia. Janis shares some tips for northern growers, but also offers great general growing a…
 
The Blood Hunt *** Written By: JD Arguelles and Narrated By: JV Hampton-VanSant *** There's A Strange Machine In The Nursery *** Story Link: https://www.reddit.com/r/nosleep/comments/uexeei/theres_a_strange_machine_in_the_nursery/ *** Written By: Saturdead and Narrated By: Alicia Atkins *** Find our reward tiers and how to get your bonus magnet at …
 
Darron Gaus grew up in Yoakum, Texas, a small agricultural town. After some other career moves, he made his way back to agriculture, including a stint as the farm manager at the San Antonio Food Bank. In this episode of Voices from the Field, Darron – NCAT’s newest Sustainable Agriculture Specialist -- tells fellow NCAT staffer Justin Duncan about …
 
This is our very first podcast episode ever and we're super excited about it! Pete and I are just in here introducing ourselves...chatting about our farm, Isle Acre Farms, and how there is so much more to this lifestyle than just farming and vegetables. Come dive in more with us in our Facebook group, The Urban Farm Lifestyle. You can also follow u…
 
Welcome Friends! My name is Eryn Whalen and in this episode I am giving you a bit of backstory of me and my family! Blogging for over seven years now, I have transitioned from sharing about my family’s adventures on our half acre urban farm in Washington, to 120 acres in Tennessee. Join me as I cover how growing up in Washington state, and almost a…
 
Another great conversation with my third-favorite artist (behind my wife and Van Gogh). Wait till you hear where his next artist’s residency is taking him! Adam is a textbook example of putting in the work to not only achieve recognition and sustainability in one’s chosen vocation, but also in becoming an indispensable part of the community. https:…
 
Maggie and Dave enjoy an early morning recording session for today’s intro, catching up over coffee. They chat about this feeling of “rushing” to get into the garden but encourage Grow Guiders to slow down! It’s still too early to plant your entire garden. This week's guest is home economist, Getty Stewart who shares some insight on reducing food c…
 
As we are heading into the season here on my little flower farm, I’m reminded just how deep it is about to become as the flowers, the heat, and those weeds are about to get going. Walk with me as I look at the layers of a cutting garden and how I have learned to enjoy the journey. Links & Mentions: Bachelor Button Seed Mixes from The Gardener’s Wor…
 
Elly Blanco-Rowe is an expert in K-8 mathematics, with over 20 years of experience in teaching, coaching, and school leadership. We’re talking about Teaching Matters, a national New York City-based nonprofit whose mission is to close the opportunity gap of a radically unequal education system for underserved and historically marginalized children. …
 
It appears, Henry has kin he's never met... *** Written by: TW Grim and guest narrated by Joe Stofko and Nikolle Doolin *** Bonus Episode: "The Peephole" written by Paul Caseley and narrated by JV Hampton-VanSant *** Find our reward tiers and how to get your bonus magnet at patreon.com/creepypod *** You can also subscribe to us on YouTube: https://…
 
Steve and Gretel Adams have become very well-known in the cut flower growing world. They went from homesteading market gardeners on a quarter-acre plot to “rock star” cut-flower producers with over 17 greenhouses and 20 employees! Have you ever wondered how they got their start? How Sunny Meadows Flower Farm came to be? In this interview they talk …
 
In this episode Nick Greens and Jake Emling talk about the most common mistakes, when operating a greenhouse. More about Jake Emling: Website: https://www.root42harvests.com/ More about Joe Swartz: Website: https://amhydro.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/HydroConsultant More about Nick Greens: Website: https://www.nickgreens.com Twitter: https://…
 
Knowing a Thing or Two Dozen About Raising Hens and Collecting Eggs In This Podcast: Eggs are an important and readily available food source, and they are so very versatile. Rediscover the humble egg with returning guest, Lisa Steele as she talks about her newest book, The Fresh Eggs Daily Cookbook. She also tells us a bit about the process of writ…
 
Rundown In this episode, Mexie speaks with Monica Engebretson of Cruelty Free International about two pieces of legislation the organization is putting forward in the U.S. to reduce cruel and unnecessary animal testing. We discuss what life is like for animals subject to various tests and the multitude of alternatives that are far more effective, […
 
Gardening with Chickens In the first part of the show, we chat with chicken expert and author Lisa Steele. Steele is a Maine Master Gardener and 5th generation chicken keeper. In this episode, she tells us about: Integrating chickens into the garden What to grow for chickens What to avoid growing The pecking order, and how to deal with it Using chi…
 
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