In today’s episode, we are excited to interview entrepreneurial rockstar couple Barry and Catherine Cohen who, after realizing how much they enjoy bartering, started their own barter exchange. Listen in for why they think bartering can be so useful and how to make it work.
Today we have Lisa Steele on the show to talk about her book, Fresh Eggs Daily, and her experience raising chickens and ducks. Listen in to hear Lisa’s most helpful chicken-raising tips and learn how to make sure her biggest failure doesn’t happen to you.
What is the 2×2 Pledge? Listen to today’s episode for Michael Olson’s super simple yet revolutionary idea that you, too, can get on board with.
Listen for some of Paul’s best winter growing tips, his successes and failures, and his #1 piece of advice for getting started.
Chad Hudspeth is an experienced aquaponic gardener who is passionate about growing one’s own food. In today’s podcast, he discusses how aquaponics works, some of his tips & tricks for new aquaponic gardeners, and tells us about the aquaponics systems he’s designed.
In this episode, we interview gardener and speaker Kari Spencer to learn all about her experience farming! Listen for interesting and useful information regarding quails as livestock, perennial vs annual plants, mulch, the importance of education, and “growing” your groceries.
In this episode, we interview Jake about his urban farm, learn some of his best tips and tricks, how to avoid his failures, and become inspired by his mission to live a life that’s compassionate with a a zero- to positive-sum impact on the earth, particularly through his commitment to a vegan lifestyle.
In today’s episode, podcast host Payton Collins interviews Greg Peterson about the podcast. Listen as Greg shares his story, the story of The Urban Farm, and introduces what The Urban Farm Podcast will be all about.
I had to write a mission and vision for my life in a class. In writing it I discovered that I was already doing what I want to do, and that’s show people how to do what we’re doing here at The Urban Farm.