Farm and Foodshed Report (2014-12-15) posted Mon Dec 15 13:10:15 2014
The Living Seed Company - Astrid & Matt Hoffman (2014-12-08) posted Mon Dec 8 13:10:09 2014
Discussion of how their company has evolved over the past three years and their current kickstarter campaign.
Thank you to David Briggs and the Point Reyes Light for the photo of Matt and Astrid!!!
Farmlink and Fred Smith(2014-12-01) posted Tue Dec 2 04:10:46 2014
Defending Beef - Nicolette Hahn Niman (2014-11-24) posted Mon Nov 24 13:10:55 2014
It's All About That Soil (2014-11-17) posted Mon Nov 17 13:10:26 2014
In last week's show we felt the need to go deeper on the topic of soil so two of the experts on that show returned for a talk that is all about the soil. Joining host Robin Carpenter are Arron Wilder who is a soil scientist and owner of Table Top Farm. Along with Arron John Wick joins the discussion. John owns Nicasio Native Grass Ranch and is the co-founder of the Marin Carbon Project which has done powerful research and experiemnts about how to increase carbon sequestration in the soil. Their studies have been done primarily on grasslands, but the work will be expanding and their was discussion of how these discoveries can be useful in working with crops.
Future of Farming - Severine von Tscharner Fleming (2014-11-10) posted Mon Nov 10 13:10:10 2014
A 2-hour KWMR Special:
A collaboration between the Farm and Foodshed Report (Robin Carpenter- Host) and Post Carbon Radio (Bing Gong & Karen Nyhus - Co-hosts) featuring:
Severine von Tscharner Fleming - Director of Greenhorns: Young Farmers’ Movement and Agrarian Trust
Evan Wiig - Founder and Director of the Farmers’ Guild
Arron Wilder - Farmer and owner of Table Top Farm in Point Reyes and soil scientist. He is organizing the January 11th - Young Farmers’ Forum on Succession and Success Stories: The Future of Ranching and Farming in Marin
Molly Myerson - young Tomales farmer, Little Wing Farm
Mickey Murch - young Bolinas farmer, Gospel Flat Farm & artist
A conversation with leaders of the new young agrarian movement discussing the challenges of farming and ranching nationally, in California, and locally in West Marin such as access to land, economic, housing and shortage of farmers.
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Winemaker Jim Olsen & Chef Missy Will (2014-11-03) posted Mon Nov 3 13:10:13 2014
Winemaker and funghi forager Jim Olsen and local Chef Missy Will join host Robin Carpenter in a lively discussion about wine, the perfect risotto and the types of funghi that are found here locally and how to use them. Jim Olsen produces wines at Naked Wines in Napa and shares information about their amazing business model.