#48: Cover crops, pigs to pork, wilding and Chilean agroforestry

#48: Cover crops, pigs to pork, wilding and Chilean agroforestry 150 150 Farmerama Radio

Image Source: Knepp Wildland This month we’re celebrating our fourth birthday episode! We begin by hearing from cover-crop guru Jay Fuhrer from North Dakota, on the importance of soil monitoring and…

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#47: Women farmers in Chile, woodchips, pasture-happy pigs and regenerative vineyard management

#47: Women farmers in Chile, woodchips, pasture-happy pigs and regenerative vineyard management 150 150 Farmerama Radio

Credit to Johan Vineyard This month, Abby spends some time with Josephina, a former art teacher, on her ranch in the Chilean mountains. Josephina started a group for women farmers…

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#46: Vandana Shiva, Loans for Enlightened Agriculture, Mulching & No-till talk

#46: Vandana Shiva, Loans for Enlightened Agriculture, Mulching & No-till talk 150 150 Farmerama Radio

This month, we begin by hearing from Vandana Shiva – an incredibly inspiring speaker who champions biodiversity and small-scale farmers around the world. We were lucky enough to catch Vandana…

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#45: Gardens of Sanctuary, the adventure of organic farming, and biodynamic wines

#45: Gardens of Sanctuary, the adventure of organic farming, and biodynamic wines 150 150 Farmerama Radio

Photo credit: Green Backyard This month, we start the show with a story about Gardens of Sanctuary, a network of green spaces across the UK started by Ben Margolis, co-founder…

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#44: Radical roots, Slow Money, CSAs and Allies

#44: Radical roots, Slow Money, CSAs and Allies 150 150 Farmerama Radio

This month, we begin by hearing from Kim Hamblin and Dan Rinke of Roshambo Art farm in Oregon, who share their story of building resilience in their orchard through diversity.…

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#43: Children growers, travelling cow laboratory, silvopasture, and a taste of sustainable wine

#43: Children growers, travelling cow laboratory, silvopasture, and a taste of sustainable wine 150 150 Farmerama Radio

Thank you Tasca D’Almerita for the photo! This month, we learn about the importance of involving young children in food growing and a much-loved friend of the show shares some…

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#42: No-cost agriculture in Zambia, Biofertilisers and a Regenerative farming journey

#42: No-cost agriculture in Zambia, Biofertilisers and a Regenerative farming journey 150 150 Farmerama Radio

This month we head to the tenth annual Oxford Real Farming Conference. First up we hear the inspirational story of 5000+ women who are now practising natural agriculture, or no-cost…

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#41: Turtle Island, banana bonanza, soil regeneration and market garden updates

#41: Turtle Island, banana bonanza, soil regeneration and market garden updates 150 150 Farmerama Radio

This month, we meet Lorraine Kahneratokwas, who tells us about Slow Food Turtle Island, an inspiring collective that represents over 500 indigenous nations at Salone del Gusto, Terra Madre. Turtle…

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#40: Grain Lab, Flour Ambassadors, and students helping to fix the food system

#40: Grain Lab, Flour Ambassadors, and students helping to fix the food system 150 150 Farmerama Radio

Photo credit @duchessfarms This month we’ve gone a little grain mad after Abby headed to the UK Grain Lab at Small Food Bakery. Over 120 bakers, farmers, millers, plant breeders,…

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Leah Penniman: Farming While Black

Leah Penniman: Farming While Black 150 150 Farmerama Radio

In this special episode, brought to you by Chelsea Green Publishing, we hear from a super inspiring small-scale farmer, Leah Penniman. Leah is a farmer, activist, author and co-founder of…

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