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Welcome to The Composter! In our first episode, Jayne Merner Senecal had the pleasure of speaking with Carla Castegnero, co-founder and president of AgRecycle, Penn's largest composting operation headquartered in Pittsburg. AgRecycle was one of the pioneers in the composting industry founded in 1991. Carla has a wealth of knowledge on making high-q…
 
So excited to share the first episode of the latest season of The Winter Growers Podcast with y'all so it can be on your radar in the Summer as you prepare for... well... your Winter production. Clara has a great lineup ahead, growers from the South as well as the Northern US and Canada, even some international growers. Subscribe to Winter Growers …
 
Here's our latest collaboration with Dan Brisebois of Tourne-Sol Cooperative-Farm, The Seed Growers Podcast! Subscribe on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you're listening to this podcast today. Joelene and Adrianna of Empowered Flowers grow certified organic veg in Oregon City, OR where they sell through farmers markets and a Winter CSA. They ALSO grow…
 
The seed for The No-Till Market Garden Podcast began with Pual and Elizabeth Kaiser on The Farmer to Farmer Podcast with Chris Blanchard several years ago. It's only fitting that Farmer Jesse's final episode as host be a return to where it all began, Singing Frogs Farm. Mentioned in the show... The NEW Singing Frogs Farm Website The Climate Farm Sc…
 
Six approaches, one garden. Today on the podcast, Jesse talks with Bruce Darrel of Red Gardens in Ireland about his six distinct approaches to growing veg and his experiences, a bit about the ecovillage he's a part of, and his awesome and prolific YouTube channel teaching folks to grow their own food. Folks who make the show possible... RIMOL Green…
 
Today, we get into something a little off the beaten path of the podcast with small-scale fruit production in the market garden with Blake Cothron of Peaful Heritage Nursery in good ol' KY. We also talk about foliar feeding, the nursury biz, and specific perennial crops. #KYrepresent Paw Paws, the Complete Growing and Marketing Guide The Berry Grow…
 
Welcome BACK Brooke, and for the first time Dan, from a farm that holds a dear place in our hearts, Urbavore Farm in Kansas City, Missouri. They and Jesse talk about evolving practices and very measured compromises in the face of climate extremes, their brilliant Compost Collective partnership, and some profound insight into balancing our ideals wi…
 
A little off the beaten path today with fellow Kentuckian Sarah Barney of Among the Oaks in Appalachia. We talk about her background in ecology, HERB production and marketing, and making farms welcoming for folks with disabilities, herself included. Folks who make the show possible... RIMOL Greenhouses quality greenhouses and high-tunnels. Growing …
 
What. A. Guest. Tevin Allen of Tevin's Farm from Jamaica joins the show to talk about how he has adapted market gardening techniques for his climate, adopting a simplified approach because the tools and infrastructure are not available, dealing with a clay-loam soil and flood season, his atypical marketing style, how the country has moved away from…
 
COMPOST CONTENTS... Each season, we have a professional composter on to talk about well-made compost because it's so essential to the market garden. Today, we have Zach Brooks of Arizona Worm Farm on to talk about his high-quality compost, vermicast, and veggie operation (among other things). The conversation ranges from the microbiology of healthy…
 
Fellow Kentuckian Zach Selby of DreamTime Market Gardens joins the show to talk about his Lexington KY no-till market garden, a creative land-access partnership, how being a chef for over a decade has informed his growing, what to and not to do when working with chefs, and how herbs can increase your value proposition when selling to restaurants. F…
 
What a joy, we're so happy to bring you this conversation with Cheyenne Sundance of Sundance Harvest in Toronto, Canada. She and Jesse talk about constructed raised bed greenhouse production/growing, expanding to 1.5 acres, collaborating on Winter CSA, being real about you and your farm (it ain't all salad greens), being accessible as an urban farm…
 
The Farm Spreadsheet Master, Dan Brisebois of Tourne Sol Cooperative Farm, joins me on the show today to talk about one of the most underutilized tools on small farms (hint, it's spreadsheets), how to apply it to a seed growing enterprise, setting limits to improve prioritization and quality of life, and an exciting new endeavor he'll be bringing t…
 
Harper Kaufman of Two Roots Farm in Basalt Colorado joins the show to talk about employee management, farming in an extreme altitude, having a farm store take the CSA overflow (for a very respectable revenue) and more! Folks who make the show possible... RIMOL Greenhouses quality greenhouses and high-tunnels. Growing for Market monthly publication …
 
Little somethin' different for you this week. Instead of taking the holiday off the podcast, I moderated two separate talks at the EFAO 2021 conference and they offered to let us share them on the feed. The first session is on large scale no-till featuring Ken Laing, former podcast guest Dan Oostenbrink, and Theo Germain-Trudeau and here is where y…
 
Mason Kuehn joins the show to discuss his small urban farm set up in Winter Park, Florida. Because his farm is in multiple locations (on various lawns), we discuss a lot of the logistics involved from harvest to spreading compost and beyond. Follow Winter Park Urban Farm on Instagram and wherever else you follow farmers. Folks who make the show pos…
 
Seventeen year old Dawson Mehalko of Jubilant Fields Farm joins the show to talk about his small farm in Texas. About managing the heat with greens, soil management, irrigation, compost, and more! Folks who make the show possible... RIMOL Greenhouses quality greenhouses and high-tunnels. Growing for Market monthly publication about the business of …
 
Nazirahk Amen of Purple Mountain Organics is BACK on the show to talk about how he saw the crack epidemic impact farming and food sovereignty in Black communities in the South, some of lesser known histories of how African Americans and shaped the food system, connects soil mineralization with human nutrition, and shares some more technical aspects…
 
Jeremy Mueller of Commplace Farm--formerly of Excelsior Farm--in Oregon joins the show to talk transitioning farms, scaling up from a market garden to a 10+ acres of not-so-small salad greens farm, mechanization, systems, wholesale head lettuce vs salad production, misadventures with a flail mower collector, and more. Mentioned in the show... Jesse…
 
This week Gerry Ross of Kupa'a Farms joins the show from the dry side of Maui, who knew?, to talk about tropical farming in an arid climate, growing mulch, 14+ years straight of CSA, boosting organic matter, GINGER, and a whole lot else. Really fascinating conversation, really fascinating farm. Enjoy. Folks who make the show possible... RIMOL Green…
 
"What if I told you, you could make $10,000 in three days?" Richard Wiswall of Cate Farm, Vermont and author of The Organic Farmer's Business Handbook joins Jesse to make the case for paying as much attention to the business of farming as we do the growing. He talks about having a cooperative mindset, the hidden costs of direct marketing, dropping …
 
Mimi Casteel of Hopewell Wine in Salem, Oregon and Farmer Jesse talk about the place and potential of no-till and cover-crops in viticulture, how her practices have evolved over the years, remineralization, foliar micro-nutrient applications, how truly healthy plants make great wine, the broader societal implications of regenerative viticulture, an…
 
Hayden O'Donnell of Goodie Farm in Cherry Valley, California joins the show to talk about being a first generation farmer, expanding land under cultivation and diversifying crops, running a farm store, integrating animals, pricing food and more. Check out their Farmsite and follow them on Instagram. Folks who make the show possible... RIMOL Greenho…
 
Got a little mid-week something for you listeners. JM and the Growers and Co team are launching the third edition of their magazine today! Not only do they make amazing farm tools and gear, they publish a beautiful magazine about small-scale growers and how they're changing the world for the better. AND, they put together a podcast to highlight som…
 
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