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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819: How to Plant Your Seeds – A Seed Chat

A Seed Chat with Bill McDorman. – Whether you’re a gardening novice or a seasoned enthusiast, join us for an engaging session where we’ll identify the secrets of successful seed planting. Bill and Greg will guide you through the process, from selecting the right seeds to nurturing them into thriving plants. Learn about soil preparation, optimal planting depths, and the crucial role of sunlight and water. Discover insider tips for overcoming common challenges and ensuring a bountiful harvest. Come Chat with Us!

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818: Soil Building in the Desert – A Rosie Replay

A Rosie on the House Radio Show Replay. Join Farmer Greg for his monthly Rosie on the House Radio hour from Arizona. This month Romey and Greg are discussing in depth the ins and outs of growing healthy soil. Learn all about woody mulch and where to find it for free, the five components of healthy soil, why Greg loves weeds, the big reason not to use chemicals in his garden and so much more.

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817: John Moody on Growing Elderberries

In 2023 Farmer Greg Became an elderberry farmer because of a conversation with Samara Price a podcast guest. Then he remembered that one of our past guests had written a book on Elderberries. Join John Moody and Greg as they navigate the history, traditions and propagation techniques of elderberries. Stick around till the end of the interview to find out what Count Dracula from Sesame Street has to do with elderberries

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816: Aaron Zaretsky on Creating Public Markets

Imagine a place not that unlike a modern-day mall, but with only local vendors of food and many other cool things. They are called Public Markets that are a centuries old concept that has been revitalizing local food economies in places like Seattle (Pikes Place Market) and Zagreb Croatia (the Dolac Market). Join Aaron Zaretsky and Greg as they explore the history and future of Public Markets.

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815: Kareen Erbe on Resilient Homesteads

Broken Ground is Kareen’s passion and a platform where people can learn how to work with and create from the principles of permaculture and sustainable living. Kareen is a passionate environmentalist with a deep-rooted connection to the land, and through Broken Ground she offers workshops, consultations, and design services to empower individuals and communities to grow their own food and regenerate the earth.

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814: Albert Wilde on Wool Pellet Organic Fertilizer

Regenerative farming is all about using everything in the system and not having any waist. What if you were a farmer and found a place that there was a 20% waste stream on your farm? Albert Wilde of Wild Valley Sheep Farm invented a new way to fertilize his wife’s houseplants and it is turning into an innovate new way to fertilize and have our soil retain water. Join us as Albert and I chat about what is in my opinion one of the most innovative fertilizer inventions of the decade!

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