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Tune in to The EASY Organic Gardener with Sheri Frey for expert advice on organic gardening and natural pest control! Since 1979 Sheri has been co-owner and vice president of ARBICO Organics. ARBICO Organics produces and markets organic and natural products for home, business, garden, lawn, farm and pets. Products include beneficial insects and organisms, fertilizers and soil amendments, weed and disease controls, composting supplies, insecticides, critter controls, horse care, traps, lures, ...
 
An educational resource for farmers, gardeners, processors and other members of the organic food & farming community in British Columbia & beyond! Featuring conversations with farmers, eaters, academics, scientists and authors about the philosophy, practice, and politics of organic food. A project of Organic BC, British Columbia's primary organic sector advocate and representative to 700+ certified organic producers and processors in the province for more than 25 years.
 
The GREEN Organic Garden Podcast will inspire, teach, and promote earth friendly techniques by interviewing organic gardeners who share their journeys, tips, and tricks to simplify the process of growing your own delicious healthy food. Whether you want to have a small bed in your backyard or a full grown farming operation, our guests will help you reach your gardening goals and offer you resources and solutions to everyday gardening challenges, and inspiration to dig down in the dirt and ge ...
 
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Medea's Anti-Aging Podcast

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Medea's Anti-Aging Podcast

Medea Galligan MS, Functional Medicine Nutritionist

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With over 25 years as a Functional Medicine Nutritionist, Medea Galligan MS CHHC AADP has created a new and exciting platform to provide REAL INFORMATION FOR REAL TRANSFORMATION, supporting you in making the practical changes will change your life. Tune in to hear from the brightest minds exploring a variety of pathways to optimal health, longevity and how we can all move through life with greater joy and ease. We will be discussing not only the latest information on nutrition, but together ...
 
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The Checkout

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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 ...
 
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/c ...
 
Get an insight into the future of cattle breeding. Learn from experts in beef and dairy farming. Listen to The BreedCast — your podcast series on innovative breeding. Are you running out of time to read all the stories and tips on innovative cattle breeding? How about taking the latest news with you where ever you go — right in your ears? The BreedCast is a podcast series for dairy and beef producers around the world — produced by VikingGenetics. We invite experts to share their best tips on ...
 
BC Wines and Vines is a podcast for and about the BC wine industry. Talking farming, winemaking, and business with winemakers, farmers, and businesspeople. Whether you're in the wine industry or just passionate about wine, learn with us about the entire life cycle of the wine industry. This podcast is sponsored by Vintality is a supportive hub to help you realise all your vineyard aspirations using quantitative data gathering and analysis, precision viticulture tools, community connection wi ...
 
Flipping the Table: Honest Conversations About Food, Farming and the Future The production of food does more to damage the planet’s health than any other human activity. Global warming, degradation of species, soil, water, air and rural economies and epidemics of diet-related disease reveal the challenges. And yet there is real hope. Visionaries and revolutionaries are innovating to replace the harmful. They are creating or supporting agriculture and food enterprises that solve our many chal ...
 
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Episode #85 Notes 0:45 - What are your jobs at Starbucks? 2:00 - What’s it been like working at Starbucks through the pandemic? 5:00 - What inspired the union organizing campaign? 7:30 - What are your demands? 11:00 - How has this union campaign been received by your coworkers? 14:45 - On the vision of these organizing efforts in the short and long…
 
Episode #84 Notes 1:00 - An overview of RWDSU and background. 2:30 - On the political economy of farm work in the United States, and the lack of laws to protect farm workers. 6:20 - On The Fair Labor for Farm Workers Act. 8:00 - What is the upside of farm workers having a union contract? 11:00 - What is the future of farm work in New York? Do you s…
 
Episode #83 Notes 1:00 - How did you get interested in writing about cultivated meats? 4:50 - On finding sources for Joe’s journalism on cultivated meats. 10:05 - How cultivated meats are made. 13:30 - Scaling and sterility in cultivated meat production 22:00 - Cultivated meats implications and animal rights 30:00 - The feed source for cultivated m…
 
Brian Spencer was trained as a molecular biologist, but he found his way to biological pest control and never left. This episode, a conversation with Brian, who has devoted his career to mastering the control of bad bugs with good ones. This conversation is one of my favourites of this series, and will be of interest to everyone, not just the pest-…
 
Episode #82 Notes Kevin Bradshaw Local 252G Memphis, Tennesse BCTGM 0:30 - What is your role at Kellogg’s? 01:10 - Why are you on strike? And what has Kellogg’s done to instigate the strike? 2:30 - How has COVID exasperated some of the issues with working conditions? 4:00 - What are you standing for? 5:00 - How can folks support you? 8:00 - Dan Osb…
 
Episode #80 Notes 0:30 - How did you start at Amazon, and what led to your dismissal? 3:00 - How did your unionizing efforts lead to the work you do now? 4:15 - What is your critique of Amazon and how they treat employees? 5:30 - What is the Amazon Labor Union, it’s goals, and how it came about? 6:45 - On organizing and recruitment tactics. 9:30 - …
 
Episode #80 Notes 1:00 - Reckoning and Regenerative Agriculture article overview 6:05 - Regenerative Organic Certification and other ways in which we define regenerative. 21:45 - On racial justice and equity in regenerative agriculture. 30:00 - What should we do to help shift the meaning of regenerative agriculture. 34:00 - Further readings: Liz Ca…
 
Another chapter in our Research Roundup. This time, Dr. Kelly Ross, a researcher with Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada, tells us about research on harnessing the antibiotic properties of berry pomace for use in poultry feed in order to combat the rising problem of antibiotic-resistant Salmonella. Project contact info: Dr. Moussa Diarra (Project Lead)…
 
Hey everyone. This is JackieMarie Beyer. Your hosts here to help inspire you on your journey to create, grow, and enjoy a green, organic oasis. So let's get growing. 3m 58s JackieMarie Welcome to the GREEN Organic Garden. It is Saturday, September 18th, 2021. And I am back on the line with my cohost Aileen Catrone our golden listener of 2020, who i…
 
This episode features guest interviewer Molly Thurston's interview with David Granatstein. Molly is a horticulturalist, agrologist, and co-owner of Claremont Ranch Organics, an organic orchard in Lake Country, BC. David is a recently retired Professor Emeritus at Washington State University. David served as a sustainable agriculture specialist for …
 
Episode #78 Notes 1:15 - Inspiration for their new book, Enflamed. 2:40 - On Deep Medicine and why this book needed to happen. 8:30 - What is inflammation, exactly? 14:00 - On defining colonialism historically and presently. 19:00 - On the cultural and larger systems issues with the healthcare system. 26:30 - The limitations of addressing inflammat…
 
Episode #77 Notes 1:00 - On The Global Alliance for The Future of Food 3:00 - Case studies of work GAFF. 8:00 - Defining True Cost Accounting and why it matters. 12:00 - Why is this different than GAP accounting? And how are externalities accounted for in True Cost Accounting? 16:00 - How is True Cost Accounting embedded in regulatory frameworks? 2…
 
Episode #76 Notes 0:30 - What does the Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa do? 2:00 - What is Food Sovereignty? 3:15 - The influence of powerful and influential benefactors of the green revolution in Africa. 8:15 - What was the Green Revolution? What did it want to do, and what have the outcomes been? 15:45 - How are food sovereignty organizati…
 
Are you struggling with Holstein cows that are too big, too hard to get pregnant or too inefficient? Or you might be facing new demands and requirements that can be difficult to navigate? To help guide you to a future-proof Holstein herd, two experts will share their perspective. They will guide you through how you can meet what the consumers, reta…
 
Estimates show that up to 60% of all dairy cows will be inseminated with beef semen by 2030. But how do you make the most of Beef on Dairy in your herd? How do you generate the highest profit and run the most sustainable business? Two experts on the subject will help you navigate the new Beef on Dairy world. They’ll guide you through how to get sta…
 
Cane farmers Alan and Jenny Lyn from Ingham in northern Queensland speak openly to Nakala Maddock from NutriSoil about the positive impacts traffic control and multispecies cover crops are having on their production system. Alan and Lyn discuss the stabilisation of their soil structure, abundance of worms and plant available nitrogen thanks to perm…
 
This episode features a chapter in our miniseries on seed production. This time, my conversation with Sal Dominelli of Sweet Rock Farm on Gabriola Island. Sal has operated a small-scale organic seed company for years. It's a wide-ranging conversation, but the target audience Sal and I kept in mind was the newbie seed grower--those who are just gett…
 
This episode features an installment on the theme of wholesale buyer perspectives. This time, I speak with Lisa McIntosh of Kelowna-based grocery delivery service Urban Harvest. Lisa sources a LOT of locally and regionally produced organic food for Urban Harvest. In fact, she's been so supportive of our industry over the years that the COABC bestow…
 
This episode is about the BC Ministry of Agriculture, Food & Fisheries' Animal Health Centre. Guest interviewer Tristan Banwell interviews Dr. Glenna McGregor, a veterinary pathologist at the centre, about the centre's purpose and how it can help you diagnose pathology in your animals. Along the way you'll learn a bit of vocabulary and some basics …
 
One major focus of the 2021 conference podcast series was what we called our research roundup. I sought participation from a few different research institutions across the country so that we could hear about recent research of interest to the organic food and farming community. In this installment, I talk to Dr. Chandra Moffat, a research scientist…
 
It was only a few years ago that I became aware of the term regenerative agriculture, and now, it's everywhere. We definitely wanted to include something on regenerative ag in the conference, and we settled on what you're about to hear: A conversation with Elizabeth Whitlow, Executive Director of the Regenerative Organic Association, which oversees…
 
Rodrigo Cala and MOSES hosted a field day on August 18, 2021 at Cala Farm Origenes in Turtle Lake, WI. MOSES Organic Specialist Rodrigo Cala shared the systems approach he uses on his organic farm, focusing on sheep production with rotational grazing, a perennial system for raising chickens, and much more. Rodrigo realized in the last couple years …
 
Read the somewhat edited podcast here. Can you hear me? Right? JackieMarie 00:00:07 I can hear you good. And you can hear me, which is good because my microphone doesn't work anymore and so I'm just using my Macbook, which is like a podcasting sin, according to most podcasters. But what can you do? There's plenty of episodes I've like put out there…
 
Follow The Checkout on Facebook - Instagram - Twitter. Stream The Checkout on Apple Podcasts - Spotify - Stitcher - Google Podcast Episode #72 Notes 1:00 - How did Brandworkers come about? 2:00 - How is Brandworkers structured? 4:00 - What are some of the issues affecting food system workers in NY? 6:30 - What is labor organizing like in facilities…
 
Episode #71 Notes Interview #1 with Lisa Gregory and Carl Miller of BCTGM 1:15 - Food industry experience 2:00 - Working on the Nabisco bakery production line. 4:00 - Lisa’s role at BCTGM Union. 5:00 - What has it been like working in food manufacturing during COVID? 9:00 - How many union members fell ill during COVID? 11:30 - On organizing efforts…
 
Jim Goodman (National Family Farm Coalition), Erin Schneider (Hilltop Community Farm, Wisconsin), and Lea Zeise (Intertribal Agriculture Council) share their unique perspectives on farming and climate in a conversation that explores some of the solutions to one of the greatest challenges we face as a species: climate change. In this conversation, w…
 
Episode #69 Notes 0:45 - How did you get started in the food business and Miyoko’s Creamery? 4:00 - What were gaps in the market for dairy-free cheeses? 7:00 - How did you develop these dairy-free cheeses? 11:00 - What was consumer’s initial reaction to the products? 17:00 - On inequities in the funding and financing landscape. 21:00 - On what’s wo…
 
Organic farming can be a lucrative business due to higher milk prices. But because sick organic cows are often more time consuming and costly to treat, you want your organic herd to be as healthy as possible. In this episode, two breeding experts share their best tips on how you can breed healthy and profitable organic cows. They share insights fro…
 
Edit Post Save draftPreview (opens in a new tab) Publish Paragraph: Change block type or style Change text alignment Add title Basil I planted June 21, 2021 With my soil blocker Such an awesome couple OMGOSH! These blossoms were the best! Follow them on instagram https://www.instagram.com/themilkmaidbakery/ Sorry about the sound listeners. lFind th…
 
Episode #68 Notes 0:45 - From impact investor to Cool Beans CEO. 4:15 - How did you re-discover the frozen food aisle? 8:00 - Why did Cool Beans decide to focus on plant-based foods? 15:00 - The Four Waves of plant based foods. 18:00 - On competing in the plant-based foods sector. 22:00 - On the ethics of plant-based foods. 25:00 - On converting co…
 
Continuing our climate change series, this episode is a workshop from the 2020 MOSES Conference with Dr. Lauren Snyder and Dr. Jessica Gutknecht. According to the NOAA, "the Midwest set a record for the wettest year in history (1895-2019) for the second straight year" in 2019. The need to build healthy soils that can withstand weather extremes is c…
 
Lee Spivey shares about Good Earth Organics, a budding soil company focused on producing products specifically created for cannabis cultivation. This nutrient dense product line was scientifically developed for optimum results and features slow-release NPK products. Lee also shares his personal strategy for pest control using a diverse beneficial i…
 
Go BIG And Go GREEN! Tell your senators today! EASY Phone call. https://www.senate.gov/senators/senators-contact.htm The Sunrise Movement and Elizabeth Warren among others make the case for including child care, college and crucial research in the infrastructure bill. We can move our country forward. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE call your senators and tell…
 
Go BIG And Go GREEN! Tell your senators today! EASY Phone call. https://www.senate.gov/senators/senators-contact.htm https://videopress.com/v/E4zWhD7r?preloadContent=metadata The Sunrise Movement and Elizabeth Warren among others make the case for including child care, college and crucial research in the infrastructure bill. We can move our country…
 
This is episode one of a series on climate change. Whether you have drought or flooding this year, your weather is probably strange. This series of recordings of MOSES conference from the last few years share some strategies in adapting to climate change. The first in the series is a talk from the 2017 MOSES Conference called Build Resilience with …
 
I am so glad to have the opportunity to interview my friend in yoga and life, Margaret Kirschner. I met Margaret over 10 years ago in my beloved little city of Asheville, NC, and am so glad to have made such wonderful connections during my years there, and Margaret is one of the wise women of that special mountain town. Margaret is a Certified Alco…
 
Today I am so honored to spent time with not only a leader in the field of mindfulness and recovery, but a good friend of mine from my beloved city of Asheville NC. Eddie LeShure is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC), Certified Yoga Instructor (RYT-200), Meditation Teacher, BreathWork Facilitator, Certified Peer Support Specialist (CPSS)…
 
Roasted Eggplant Lasagna Homegrown Cabbage Cole Slaw Isn't this cabbage as lovely as a rose! This is Jackie Marie Beyer, your host here to help inspire you on your journey to create, grow and enjoy a green organic oasis. So let's get growing! Welcome to the GREEN Organic Garden. It is Saturday, July 31st, 2021. And I am here for episode two of Soil…
 
Kat and I talk about the two not touch puzzles in the NY Times my mom loves. Here's the website if you want to try them. https://krazydad.com/twonottouch/ and here's one of the videos I made on how to solve them with some tips and tricks to make it easier. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=21r0_B2J9cA&t=7s Kat's Recommended book All New Square Foot G…
 
Golden Listener of 2020 Aileen Catrone co-hosts with me as we share what's growing, our biggest challenge of the week and what we're cooking on this new bonus episode. My new co-host and GFF (garden friend forever) Aileen Catrone and I started a new bonus post for the summer called Soil Sista Saturday (to be posted on Friendship Fridays). Anyway. I…
 
https://organicgardenerpodcast.com/podcast-2/370-the-living-soil-handbook/ The Living Soil Handbook: The No-Till Grower’s Guide to Ecological Market Gardening Order Jesse’s book from his website here. No-Till Podcast website Support Jesse's show because like JM Fortier he is changing the world helping farmers and gardeners grow while saving our pla…
 
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