The Urban Farm Podcast

Where we work together educating and inspiring YOU to become part of your food revolution!

The Urban Farm Podcast is your connection to the food revolution with twice-weekly conversations with some of the best and most innovative regenerative farmers and home gardeners out there, interviews with up and coming urban growers, and inspiration from healthy-food visionaries around the globe. All of our podcast guests are making a difference to create a better tomorrow and we believe they will inspire you to do the same.

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699: Jeffrey Smith on Protecting the Microbiome

Raising public awareness about the dangers of gene editing. – Jeffrey Smith returns to the Urban Farm Podcast to talk about what he calls “GMO 2.0”, an easily attainable technology with the power to permanently change the genetic makeup of every living thing on earth. The foods we eat are already being…

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698: Andrew Millison on The Permaculture Water Summit

Creating a hopeful future through how we manage our water. – Andrew Millison, an experienced and enthusiastic permaculture teacher, announces his upcoming online Permaculture Water Summit. He spells out the serious problems facing the world today, then shares his passionate belief that quick…

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697: Planting for the Bugs

A Garden Chat with Suzanne Bontempo. – Bugs play a vital role in the health of an ecosystem, and with a little strategic planting, we can invite the “good” ones to join us in our own growing spaces. Join us as we talk with Suzanne Bontempo about planning ahead for bugs, how to recognize the…

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696: Warm and Cool Season Crops

A Seed Chat with Bill McDorman. – Do we plant cool season crops in the fall and warm season in the spring? How is it that cool season varieties get sweeter as the weather gets colder? Can warm season crops last through blistering heat? Can we strengthen the genetics of any crop through selection and…

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695: Joshua Burman Thayer on Food Forests for First Timers

Making growing fruit trees easy and affordable for beginners. – Joshua Burman Thayer believes everyone can and should grow food, but with so much to learn, it is easy for a beginner to get overwhelmed. Where do you start? What do you really need? Where should you spend your time and…

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694: Lizzy Shapiro on Discovering Music in a Container Garden

Making a connection between jazz and gardening. – Like many people during the pandemic, Elizabeth “Lizzy” Shapiro suddenly found herself at home staring at an empty calendar. To fill the time, she turned her attention to decorating the unattractive cement spaces outside her home. One potted plant led to…

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