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Farm Talk Radio Podcast

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Farm Talk Radio Podcast
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Michael Wilson

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Our goal with Farm Talk Radio is to tell a story across ​Canada, weaving a mosaic of landscapes that focus on the people, places, and things that inspire change — To give airtime to the hardworking men and women who are feeding the bodies, hearts, and minds of our great country. More on FARMTALKRADIO.CA

Latest Episodes

Ep. 20 - Andy and Amy of Fisheye Farms

On today’s episode I sit down with Andy and Amy of Fisheye Farms in Detroit, Michigan. We are sitting at their dining room table and their cat is keeping us good company. We talk about their early days at DePaul University in Chicago, the urban agriculture scene in Detroit, and the gifts and challenges of being young farmers. Check out their website fisheyefarms.com

43 MINJUL 22
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Ep. 20 - Andy and Amy of Fisheye Farms

Ep 19 - Hiveshare

On today's episode I sit down with Christopher Campbell of Hiveshare in Georgina, Ontario. We are sitting in a field of wildflowers, out by his hives, and that buzzing in the background is mosquitos not bees! We talk about honey shares, bee health, and how Chris constantly learns and evolves his beekeeping practice each and every year. Visit his website www.hiveshare.ca to purchase your share today. Also check out his amazing community share initiative where you or your organization can donate a share! Stay tuned.

34 MINJUL 10
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Ep 19 - Hiveshare

Ep 18 - Cory Dragone of Blacksmith Italian

On today’s episode I sit down with Cory Dragone of Blacksmith Italian in Bozeman, Montana. We are sitting on the patio at his restaurant, it is a sunny but windy day and it finally feels like spring has arrived. We talk about the gifts and challenges of being a chef and a business owner and how it feels to be at the forefront of the farm to table movement. Check out their instagram to see daily specials @blacksmithitalian

50 MINJUN 23
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Ep 18 - Cory Dragone of Blacksmith Italian

Ep17 - Susan Wood of the Food Project

On today’s episode I sit down with Susan Wood of The Food Project which is operating out of Boston, Massachusetts. We are in the jungles of Costa Rica, at the Yoga Farm, in Punta Banco. We went surfing this morning, we are sitting on a bench that Susan made, we are sipping on a somewhat cold Imperial cerveza, and we are ready to talk farming! We focus on Susan’s journey into the profession, how to inspire young minds, and the challenges and gifts of working so closely with nature. We apologize for the jungle noises in the background that is as quiet as it gets around these parts!

24 MINMAR 1
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Ep17 - Susan Wood of the Food Project

Ep16 - Kevin Madrigal of Farming Hope

On today’s episode I sit down with Kevin Madrigal of Farming Hope in San Francisco, California. We are sitting in a tiny recording room at Impact Hub in the Mission District of the city. We talk about Farming Hope, their mandate, and their journey from an incubator project at Stanford University to a fully-fledged non-profit with an urban farm, a restaurant/café, and event space! Coming up: I will be doing a series of episodes with special guests from Punto Banco and the Yoga Farm in Costa Rica.

23 MINFEB 22
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Ep16 - Kevin Madrigal of Farming Hope

Ep15: John and Katy of Alderlea Farm

On today’s episode I sit down with John and Katy of Alderlea Farm and Café in Duncan, British Columbia. We are sitting in their home, a beautifully converted barn to loft, with a view of the gardens. We talk about early farming influences, biodynamic vegetable production, and rallying a community around a space. Katy also has a cookbook coming out soon so stay tuned for updates there! Coming up: I talk to Kevin Madrigal of Farming Hope in San Francisco

35 MINFEB 15
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Ep15: John and Katy of Alderlea Farm

Ep14 -Tarek of Solvest

On today’s episode I sit down with Tarek Bos-Jabbar of Solvest. He is in Whitehorse, Yukon. We talk about food security in Canada’s North and the huge potential for change. We focus on the Cropbox system, how it can be utilized, and how to grow and market greens through a long, dark, snowy winter!

33 MINFEB 8
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Ep14 -Tarek of Solvest

Ep13 - Michael Roberts of Winterlong Brewing in Whitehorse

On today’s episode I sit down with Michael Roberts of Winterlong Brewing in Whitehorse, Yukon. We talk sourdoughs, food security, and the gifts and challenges of being a chef in Canada’s great North. We are sitting in the brewery, it is not open yet, and I am sipping on water because I sampled one two many of their tasty beverages the day before!

30 MINFEB 2
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Ep13 - Michael Roberts of Winterlong Brewing in Whitehorse

Ep12 - Bees and Biodynamics

On today’s episode I sit down with John Bach of Bach Biodynamics. We meet at his home in North Vancouver. Amidst his beautiful gardens and flowerbeds we talk biodynamics, beekeeping, and how to build stronger hives. We are sipping on strong coffee and ready to roll! Coming up: Michael Roberts of Winterlong Brewery in Whitehorse, Yukon

33 MINJAN 25
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Ep12 - Bees and Biodynamics

Ep11 - Dennis Scanland of YYC Growers

On today’s episode I sit down with Dennis Scanland of YYC Growers in Calgary, Alberta. We talk about Community Shared Agriculture, the changing face of the local food scene in the city, and the benefits of being a co-operative of urban and rural farmers. We also spend some time talking about his journey to farming and his own urban farm, Dirt Boys. We have booked a meeting room in the beautiful new central public library building and we are sipping on strong coffees from their café. Keep your shovel in the ground and stay tuned for more farm talk! Coming up: Episode with John Bach of Bach Biodynamics on biodynamic beekeeping! www.yycgrowers.com www.dirtboys.ca www.bachbiodynamics.com

36 MINJAN 19
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Ep11 - Dennis Scanland of YYC Growers

Latest Episodes

Ep. 20 - Andy and Amy of Fisheye Farms

On today’s episode I sit down with Andy and Amy of Fisheye Farms in Detroit, Michigan. We are sitting at their dining room table and their cat is keeping us good company. We talk about their early days at DePaul University in Chicago, the urban agriculture scene in Detroit, and the gifts and challenges of being young farmers. Check out their website fisheyefarms.com

43 MINJUL 22
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Ep. 20 - Andy and Amy of Fisheye Farms

Ep 19 - Hiveshare

On today's episode I sit down with Christopher Campbell of Hiveshare in Georgina, Ontario. We are sitting in a field of wildflowers, out by his hives, and that buzzing in the background is mosquitos not bees! We talk about honey shares, bee health, and how Chris constantly learns and evolves his beekeeping practice each and every year. Visit his website www.hiveshare.ca to purchase your share today. Also check out his amazing community share initiative where you or your organization can donate a share! Stay tuned.

34 MINJUL 10
Comments
Ep 19 - Hiveshare

Ep 18 - Cory Dragone of Blacksmith Italian

On today’s episode I sit down with Cory Dragone of Blacksmith Italian in Bozeman, Montana. We are sitting on the patio at his restaurant, it is a sunny but windy day and it finally feels like spring has arrived. We talk about the gifts and challenges of being a chef and a business owner and how it feels to be at the forefront of the farm to table movement. Check out their instagram to see daily specials @blacksmithitalian

50 MINJUN 23
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Ep 18 - Cory Dragone of Blacksmith Italian

Ep17 - Susan Wood of the Food Project

On today’s episode I sit down with Susan Wood of The Food Project which is operating out of Boston, Massachusetts. We are in the jungles of Costa Rica, at the Yoga Farm, in Punta Banco. We went surfing this morning, we are sitting on a bench that Susan made, we are sipping on a somewhat cold Imperial cerveza, and we are ready to talk farming! We focus on Susan’s journey into the profession, how to inspire young minds, and the challenges and gifts of working so closely with nature. We apologize for the jungle noises in the background that is as quiet as it gets around these parts!

24 MINMAR 1
Comments
Ep17 - Susan Wood of the Food Project

Ep16 - Kevin Madrigal of Farming Hope

On today’s episode I sit down with Kevin Madrigal of Farming Hope in San Francisco, California. We are sitting in a tiny recording room at Impact Hub in the Mission District of the city. We talk about Farming Hope, their mandate, and their journey from an incubator project at Stanford University to a fully-fledged non-profit with an urban farm, a restaurant/café, and event space! Coming up: I will be doing a series of episodes with special guests from Punto Banco and the Yoga Farm in Costa Rica.

23 MINFEB 22
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Ep16 - Kevin Madrigal of Farming Hope

Ep15: John and Katy of Alderlea Farm

On today’s episode I sit down with John and Katy of Alderlea Farm and Café in Duncan, British Columbia. We are sitting in their home, a beautifully converted barn to loft, with a view of the gardens. We talk about early farming influences, biodynamic vegetable production, and rallying a community around a space. Katy also has a cookbook coming out soon so stay tuned for updates there! Coming up: I talk to Kevin Madrigal of Farming Hope in San Francisco

35 MINFEB 15
Comments
Ep15: John and Katy of Alderlea Farm

Ep14 -Tarek of Solvest

On today’s episode I sit down with Tarek Bos-Jabbar of Solvest. He is in Whitehorse, Yukon. We talk about food security in Canada’s North and the huge potential for change. We focus on the Cropbox system, how it can be utilized, and how to grow and market greens through a long, dark, snowy winter!

33 MINFEB 8
Comments
Ep14 -Tarek of Solvest

Ep13 - Michael Roberts of Winterlong Brewing in Whitehorse

On today’s episode I sit down with Michael Roberts of Winterlong Brewing in Whitehorse, Yukon. We talk sourdoughs, food security, and the gifts and challenges of being a chef in Canada’s great North. We are sitting in the brewery, it is not open yet, and I am sipping on water because I sampled one two many of their tasty beverages the day before!

30 MINFEB 2
Comments
Ep13 - Michael Roberts of Winterlong Brewing in Whitehorse

Ep12 - Bees and Biodynamics

On today’s episode I sit down with John Bach of Bach Biodynamics. We meet at his home in North Vancouver. Amidst his beautiful gardens and flowerbeds we talk biodynamics, beekeeping, and how to build stronger hives. We are sipping on strong coffee and ready to roll! Coming up: Michael Roberts of Winterlong Brewery in Whitehorse, Yukon

33 MINJAN 25
Comments
Ep12 - Bees and Biodynamics

Ep11 - Dennis Scanland of YYC Growers

On today’s episode I sit down with Dennis Scanland of YYC Growers in Calgary, Alberta. We talk about Community Shared Agriculture, the changing face of the local food scene in the city, and the benefits of being a co-operative of urban and rural farmers. We also spend some time talking about his journey to farming and his own urban farm, Dirt Boys. We have booked a meeting room in the beautiful new central public library building and we are sipping on strong coffees from their café. Keep your shovel in the ground and stay tuned for more farm talk! Coming up: Episode with John Bach of Bach Biodynamics on biodynamic beekeeping! www.yycgrowers.com www.dirtboys.ca www.bachbiodynamics.com

36 MINJAN 19
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Ep11 - Dennis Scanland of YYC Growers
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