Podcast Episodes

The Farmer and the City Girl – (NSFW) #Agvocates Part 2 No Ranting

In this episode, Carrie and Rob are chatting about how bloggers and marketers have taken the word and turned it into a title rather than an advocacy strategy.

 

The Farmer and the City Girl – (NSFW) #Agvocates Part 1 Rant


In this episode, Carrie and Rob are chatting about how bloggers and marketers have taken the word and turned it into a title rather than an advocacy strategy.

Ontario Agcast – Kyle Wynette – Beer Farmer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1:45 Why would anyone move to Tavistock?

2:30 Still a better love story than Twilight.

5:30 Farming and raising a family.

7:00 Hops – outside the box farming.

10:30 Growing hops is harder than you might think.

14:00 Is a beer farmer a hippie or a hipster?

17:30 Darn dairy farmers making trouble again.

20:00 The airblaster creates a vortex. Of course.

22:00 No one told Kyle he was supposed to laugh at my jokes.

25:30 Local breweries support local farmers.

28:00 Hosting a hipster hop hoedown.

29:30 Nash Hops on Pop.

30:15 Apparently beer goes with everything.

Check out the Tavistock Hop Company here

Future of Agriculture – Our Role In Ag Education with Hope Floeck of Hope Floeck Consulting

 

Today’s guest, Hope Floeck of Hope Floeck Consulting, grew up on a farm in East Texas. She went to Texas Tech University where she received her undergraduate degree in agricultural economics and her graduate degree in agriculture. For 20 years, she worked with a food processing organization where she handled food assistance and food policy, both here and abroad. Not so long ago, Hope decided to establish her consulting company with the goal of helping individuals and organizations understand the programming of agriculture and how they can get involved.

On today’s episode, Hope talks about how people found out about her newly established business. She points out the importance of developing long-term relationships in the past that helped disseminate the news of her new venture by word of mouth. Hope also elaborates on the things people can do to take a more active role in agriculture and discusses the reasons why people in agricultural businesses are willing to fund agricultural education.

 

“From the years of my research days, from being involved in food processing and international food aid policy, which also branch over into ag policy, I feel that I could really bring some value to helping some folks.” – Hope Floeck

 

This Week on The Future of Agriculture Podcast:

  • The story that prompted Hope to post big agricultural questions on Twitter
  • Type of responses Hope got from the Twitter thread she started
  • The varied responses of people from the different walks of life with the same point that there should be more funding for agricultural education
  • One of the compelling answers that had Hope thinking where she eventually ended up with more questions in mind

Check Out Hope Floeck Across the Net:

 

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The Shark Farmer Podcast – Rachael Spangelo is the Queen of TwoDots

Rachael Spangelo is the Queen of TwoDots Montana… I guess

Listen to her incredible story about protecting her daughter.

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Time stamps:

6:33     2 dots Montana

14:48    hand up a bison butt

27:46    direct to consumer beef

32:07    her mini me

36:30    immigration, gangs, and escaping danger

The Farmer and the City Girl Podcast – Gadgets and Indoor Gardens

“The Farmer & The City Girl Podcast Episode 016 – “Gadgets and Indoor Gardens”

In this episode, Carrie and Rob are chatting about what they think are the coolest gadgets that apply to farming.

Rob talks about using satellite imagery to help farmers scout their crops

Carrie is fascinated with watering vegetables over her phone with a Fibonacci.

 

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What are your top tech picks???

 

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Grow Smart With BASF Podcast – Rice Rice Baby

Rice farming in the Arkansas Delta, socialism, Ernest Hemingway, duck hunting – and Donnarie rapping. Yep, it’s all here.

Ontario AgCast – Sandi Brock

2:25 Growing up on a dairy farm in Paris – not a hostage situation.

4:15 I miss the 80’s…. said no one ever.

7:00 You don’t have to do what your parents do.

11:10 Poor Sandi. Alone with her sheep.

12:20 What’s a shepherd anyway?

14:45 Sheep birth control.

18:00 How Sandi picks her men.

20:30 Parity, not parody.

27:30 Wendell has a totally random thought. Big surprise.

31:30 Why does Mommy wear a tiara and drink during the day?

33:30 Facebook Live A.K.A Amy and Sandi behind the barn.

36:45 Sandi Brock – Sheepishly me.

Future of Agriculture – The Power of A Plant with Stephen Ritz of Green Bronx Machine

Today’s guest is from the Bronx in New York. His journey to agriculture started accidentally while he was dealing with student conflict in his class. From zero agricultural background, Stephen Ritz created a system – a whole school program that changed how the students, the parents, and the community view agriculture. This program, called Green Bronx Machine, is more than about educating his students about farming. Stephen sees it as a way to solve real problems in the community like lack of student engagement in school, poor education, and poor health including unequal opportunities for the disadvantaged.

On today’s episode, Stephen talks about the effects and benefits of Green Bronx Machine to the students and the community as a whole. He shares how he integrates growing food with academics. Stephen also elaborates on one of the goals of the program’s model, which is not about a “me” mentality, but a “we” mentality. This outlook is about people everywhere working together in achieving the goal of making wise choices, living healthy, and personal and community development. He is encouraged to see the outcome as his students are empowered to make healthy choices as a result of instilling child wellness and mindfulness in them.

“When we teach our children about nature, we teach them to nurture. And when we teach children to nurture, we as a society collectively embrace our better nature. And that’s what this work is about.” – Stephen Ritz

This Week on The Future of Agriculture Podcast:

The 9-1-1 situation in Stephen’s class that lead to a 3-1-1 moment
One of the significant effects of the Green Bronx Machine Project: Students you don’t expect to go through college ending up as college graduates
Evolution of the program, how it has evolved today, and some of the programs offered such as after-school programming, weekend programming, and summer camps
Age window of students allowed in the program
How the collateral learning influence the behavior of the students
How the program can change the community’s outlook on food as medicine in relation to diabetes and obesity
The process that Stephen adapts especially for first-time student-growers: If they grow it, they eat it
The focus of the model of the program – quality of teaching and quality of learning
Metrics Stephen uses in the program concerning academics (attendance, performance, etc.)
What makes the Green Bronx Machine a whole-school solution and not just any other kind of school economics program
Content of Stephen’s book – his story, his children’s story, the community’s story, and tools that equip people to grow something great and impact their community

Check Out Stephen Ritz Across the Net:

Green Bronx Machine Website
Green Bronx Machine on Facebook
The Power of a Plant Book by Stephen Ritz

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The Shark Farmer Podcast – Mandy Rizzo… ignorance isn’t malicious

Mandy Rizzo has some good lessons for the rest of us on how to deal with ignorant people…. because ignorance isn’t malicious. From her experience with Autism to a really bad joke… this one has it all

 

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time stamps:

5:22     Mandy is the podcast molder

10:30    Raising a kid with Autism

25:32    Scared into organic

36:49     Ignorance isn’t malicious

56:22    Another bad joke