Field Report Urban Food Fortnight

Field Report Urban Food Fortnight 150 150 Farmerama Radio

We teamed up with Urban Food Fortnight to do a Farmerama Field report special. Listen in here http://farmerama.co/ to hear about some of the amazing growing, making, cooking and saving…

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#13 Post-brexit perspectives, soil tests uncovered, practical farm advice & seed journeys

#13 Post-brexit perspectives, soil tests uncovered, practical farm advice & seed journeys 150 150 Farmerama Radio

#13 We are at a crossroads in British food and farming history, so this month we begin to probe the post-Brexit discussion. We hear a few candid kitchen-table chats with…

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#12 Growing garlic, apprenticeships near and far, neo-peasant politics plus diverse cropping techniques home and abroad

#12 Growing garlic, apprenticeships near and far, neo-peasant politics plus diverse cropping techniques home and abroad 150 150 Farmerama Radio

We’ve now been following the nitty gritty of the smaller-scale farming world for one growing year. One journey of this world around the sun. We’ve chanced upon and dug up so…

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#11 Organic Soil-less Growing?, landscape based eating, the ultimate salad harvester, crowdfarming, Food Assembly plus farmer to farmer advice networks in Kenya and Peru

#11 Organic Soil-less Growing?, landscape based eating, the ultimate salad harvester, crowdfarming, Food Assembly plus farmer to farmer advice networks in Kenya and Peru 150 150 Farmerama Radio

Farmerama-ers…this episode we are brimming with innovations and new perspectives from all over the world. We enjoy crowd-farming oranges in Valencia, WeFarm’s farmer-to-farmer knowledge sharing in Kenya and Peru and…

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#10 Giddy goats, a no-till, mob grazing & herbal ley winning combo plus young entrepreneurial growers & food poetry

#10 Giddy goats, a no-till, mob grazing & herbal ley winning combo plus young entrepreneurial growers & food poetry 150 150 Farmerama Radio

Farmerama continues to share stories of experimentation – growers, farmers and food-makers doing things a little bit differently. John and Joanna Cherry from Hertfordshire share what it takes to regenerate…

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#9 SoilCity in Glasgow, Farmhack, urban farm updates, poetic landscapes and glasshouses, plus rural entrepreneurs

#9 SoilCity in Glasgow, Farmhack, urban farm updates, poetic landscapes and glasshouses, plus rural entrepreneurs 150 150 Farmerama Radio

The Farmerama family is ever-growing, artist Alec Finlay sets the tone for this month’s adventures with his eco-poetry and the lineage of landscapes echoing throughout the episode. Alec’s performance is…

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#8 The voice of small-holders, business tips for urban gardens, cellular agriculture and organics in Udaipur, India

#8 The voice of small-holders, business tips for urban gardens, cellular agriculture and organics in Udaipur, India 150 150 Farmerama Radio

And we’re off, as we happily hop into another Spring season. Beautiful flowers in bloom, lots of hard work planting veg for the year ahead and baby animals dotting the…

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#7 Seeds on film, secret sauces, woodchip composts, Care Farming for health & finances, plus a few cheeky outdoor winter salads

#7 Seeds on film, secret sauces, woodchip composts, Care Farming for health & finances, plus a few cheeky outdoor winter salads 150 150 Farmerama Radio

From seeds on film to secret sauces, this month we journey over valley and vale to bring you interesting ideas and experiments in the smaller scale farming world. Ben chats…

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#6 Oxford Real Farming Conference, a positive health CSA, Field of Wheat uniting farmers & other folk, cover crops + no-till, & land songs

#6 Oxford Real Farming Conference, a positive health CSA, Field of Wheat uniting farmers & other folk, cover crops + no-till, & land songs 150 150 Farmerama Radio

Join us this month to unfold new dialogues and build bridges at the Oxford REAL Farming Conference. Patrick Holden, of the Sustainable Food Trust, grows us a field-guide for the…

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#5 Low effort lettuce lawns, no-dig compost, blight-resistant potatoes, mobile polytunnels and special festive guests

#5 Low effort lettuce lawns, no-dig compost, blight-resistant potatoes, mobile polytunnels and special festive guests 150 150 Farmerama Radio

We are in a festive mood this month…spirits are high with some special guests making a late appearance in the show. New reporter Hannah Shlotah chats lettuce lawns and cruush…

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