Aug 27, 2019
This week I interview self-proclaimed mushroom nerd, William Padilla-Brown. In this fascinating interview, we talk about how he continually pushes the boundaries of mycology, cultivates and value-adds cordyceps, the opportunity for artisan mushroom production, and what he's up to with spirulina.
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Aug 10, 2019
Richard Wiswall is owner/operator of Cate Farm in East Montpelier, VT, where he has been farming organically for over 35 years. Richard is known for his work with farm business and profitability and in this episode, we discussed how they have simplified their farm over the years to make it work for them, how they are...
Aug 10, 2019
Crystal Stewart is a Cornell Cooperative Extension agent for 17 counties in New York State. She recently started a SARE Fellowship which took her across the country to visit farms of all types. In this episode, we discussed her trip and what she learned, her research work with garlic, melons, carrots (yes bolero is...
Aug 5, 2019
Ray Tyler farms and educates at Rose Creek Farms in Selmer, TN with his wife Ashley and their children. In this interview, we break down how Ray got started farming, their drastic shift into a much more focused production, their diverse marketing to make it in a very rural area of the country, and the challenges they...
Aug 2, 2019
Here's a bonus episode that I put together after meeting up with
Becky at the Frozen Ground winter growing conference in July 2019.
I wanted to share her research about overwintering onions since
it's an opportunity that some of you may want to try out or perfect
on your farm.
Becky Sideman is a professor, researcher...