He's faced near complete paralysis, having his legs amputated and being in a coma, twice. Despite these challenges, Brian Randolph is one of the most positive people I know. Unfortunately, his battles aren't over and he needs your help. Brian is waiting for a kidney transp
April is Autism Awareness Month https://ontarioautismcoalition.com/ which is a cause close to Brianne Brown’s heart. She shares why having a special needs child is a blessing for the whole family. If you’re interested in International perspectives on the Future of Fa
Tonight I'm heading down to Middlezoy in Somerset to talk to conservationist, wildlife photographer, naturalist, and writer, Simon Phelps. Who said a farmer and an environmentalist couldn't have a polite conversation?! We discuss his background, and how the natural e
Ryan Sirolli is the Senior Director at Danone North America, a food company that focuses on dairy products such as milk, yogurt, and plant-based foods. Ryan is responsible for leading a team that serves to develop and execute agricultural sourcing and improve supply chain
You ever wonder what would happen to your loved ones if you suddenly died? Would they know what to do with your business? Glen Newcomer has a unique view on making a "when you die folder" Please visit our sponsor Farmers Edge
Are today's "food police" shaping food policy? If so, who is the driving force behind these celebrity appointed experts? Join Jayson Lusk, author of "The Food Police," as he shares his observations and studies.
Lesley and Rob chat with Clayton Rempel, a certified aerial applicator. Listen to what he does and why people shouldn't fear crop dusters.
My guest this week is Ashely (Captain) Knapton. She loves agriculture and wants to try ALL the jobs before she eventually realizes her dream and takes over her family’s dairy farm.
Tonight I am actually travelling! And heading the grand total of 9 1/2 miles across the English border, to Hordley in North Shropshire, to talk to Quinoa grower Stephen Jones @BritishQuinoa We start off discussing Stephen's farm, that his family have been on for 80 year