Greg takes the time to get to know Lyn and is moved by his persistence and dedication to making a difference in his community. Lyn tells how he has always been doing something with food, and how he has worked with some well-known chefs on his way to opening up his own very special restaurant.
Greg gets a chance to meet Heather who is leading a transformative new community farming program called Fleet Farming. You might have heard about the new idea of community gardening through donated front lawns and volunteers traveling on bikes to farm the plots.
Greg interviews Tim and finds out what motivated Tim and his wife to move to the country and start focusing on growing food through simple techniques some of which are those which were used a couple generations back.
122: Loretta Messinger on Aquaponics on the Homestead Expanding a small homestead into a thriving full meal resource. Loretta lives with her husband and two children in the Dallas/Fort Worth…
Planting edible trees and crops & water harvesting in the desert. – Brad Lancaster is the author of the award-winning Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond and co-founder of DesertHarvesters.org. Since 1993 Brad has run a successful permaculture education, design, and consultation business focused on integrated regenerative approaches to…
82: Jason Mraz Part 1:Urban Farming Adventures The farming passion of a two-time Grammy Award winner. Jason Mraz is a well-known, two-time Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter. But what many don’t…
Today, we are meeting with Sheri Menelli, a fellow podcaster and an Earth Friendly Homeowner and member of the Secrets of Soil Society. Sheri has a green garden group and teaches people how to turn their lawns into a drought-tolerant landscapes.
Today, Peter Burke joins us in the studio to talk about an evolutionary approach to fresh salad every day, even in the winter.
Today on The Urban Farm Podcast Haley talks about Living Raw By Grace and her experience with a raw food diet.
Matt is an urban farming rockstar in Portland, Oregon. He not only is in charge of Cully Neighborhood Farm’s CSA, but also the chapter coordinator for Rogue Farm Corps, a non-profit dedicated to training the next generation of farmers through hands-on farm internships in Oregon. Check it out!