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27 minutes | Feb 20, 2020
2: Neil Robinson of Farmaggedon Collective on Community-Based Farming and Radical Self-Sufficiency
PART 1: Neil Robinson of Farmaggedon Grower's Collective in Portland, OR offers a unique and fascinating perspective of urban small scale organic farming as a means of social & political activism. From his anarcho-punk roots in England and NYC, to a small "veganic" community vegetable farm in Portland, Neil shares a wealth of knowledge and captivating storytelling about growing food, self-sufficiency, and community-based climate resiliency. Follow Farmageddon Collective: https://www.facebook.com/farmageddongrowers.collective/ @farmageddongrowerscollective on Instagram Thank you Foxy Blues Records for the phenomenal cello tunes Find her music on Spotify and Bandcamp: https://foxybluesrecords.bandcamp.com Request future guests and support the podcast: https://www.patreon.com/Ramblinfarmers Join us in the next episode for PART 2 of Neil's interview. Thanks for listening!
28 minutes | Dec 2, 2019
1: Jayne Senecal of Earth Care Farm on Compost, Small Business Management, and Holistic Farming
Welcome to Season 1 of Radical Food, where we discuss why and how we need to radically change our food system! On this episode, we sit down with Jayne Senecal of Earth Care Farm, founded in 1977. We discuss the importance of organic matter for growing high quality, nutrient-dense food. Jayne details her farm's compost production system and explains soil organic matter in an easily understandable way. We also dive into Jayne's employee management style, farming philosophy, family farm history, and her perspectives on changing the food & agricultural system. Earth Care Farm is located in Charlestown, Rhode Island www.earthcarefarm.com Produced and Edited by: Ramblin Farmers www.ramblinfarmers.com/podcast This podcast is generously supported by our Patrons! You can support future episodes and become a patron for as little as $1 per month. Get rewards, exclusive access, shoutouts, and more at www.patreon.com/ramblinfarmers Music by: Foxy Blues https://foxybluesrecords.bandcamp.com
26 minutes | Dec 14, 2017
Green Revolution, Corporate Control & My Response
Hostess, Logan Hailey expands on information presented in the previous episode. She discusses how the Green Revolution and industrialization of agriculture have created corporate control of the food system. The second part of the podcast details her response to these problems: the decision to work towards self-sufficiency, build an off-grid tiny home, and pursue a career as an ecological farmer. As always, thanks for listening! Read full blog post: http://farmer-v.tumblr.com/post/168556300617/host-logan-hailey-farmer-v-expands-on
7 minutes | Dec 9, 2017
Why do we need a radical change in our food system?
What's going wrong? Corporatization, industrialization, exploitation, and a myriad of injustices. This episode discusses the ills of industrialized agriculture and why we need a radical change in our food system. It is a basic overview of topics that will be discussed in later podcasts. Thanks for listening!
10 minutes | Dec 1, 2017
Intro to Farmworker Justice
Farmworkers are among the most poorly treated workers in the country. This episode of Radical Food explores farmworker justice in alternative food movements (organic, local, vegan/vegetarian, fair trade, etc.) through a food justice lens.
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