We had a great time speaking with Jen Welch Owner of The Crowded Acre Farm. Her journey starting a farm is an inspiration to anyone who has ever considered farming as a profession.
We are so excited to interview New York Times best selling author Andrea Wulf . Andrea’s book Founding Gardeners: The Revolutionary Generation, Nature, and the Shaping of the American Nation takes a fascinating look at the value our founders placed on self sufficiency.
In this episode we speak with Michael Baute Owner of Spring Kite Farm. Michael and his partner Meghan have created a diversified Biodynamic farm right in the center of Fort Collins, Colorado.
In this episode we interview Michael Rogers the owner of Song Bird Supply. Michael shares his love of birds and how to best feed your local bird population.
Today we interview Dan Spurr. Dan is the publisher of Rocky Mountain Gardening Magazine (formerly Zone 4 Magazine).
Have you ever wondered how artisan cheese is made? Well you won’t want to miss this episode. We talk with Pat Ford, co-owner of Beehive Cheese in northern Utah. We also interview Sarah red-Laird,”The Bee Girl” about her thoughts on the new Flow Bee Hive.
In this episode we interview Author and Urban Farmer and owner of The Head & The Hand Press, Nic Esposito. After developing urban farm projects in Philadelphia, Nic Esposito and his wife, Elisa, currently operate Emerald Street Urban Farm as well as their own homestead populated by their son, Luca, a dog, a cat, and a whole […]
We had a great day visiting all of our friends at the new gardener boot-camp at the Denver Botanic Gardens! We were amazed at how many wonderful classes they are planning to host this year. How many you say? You’ll just have to listen to find out!
Outredgeous Lettuce, Vietnamese Red Garlic, Indigo Rose Tomato, are you starting to see a theme emerge here? We interview Aaron Jeschke, Horticulture Development Director for Territorial Seed Company and he shares with us all of his favorite varieties for this year.
In this episode we interview New York Times Bestselling author Barry Estabrook. Barry’s book, Tomatoland: How Modern Industrial Agriculture Destroyed Our Most Alluring Fruit exposes how the industrialization of our tomato crop has tuned tomato’s into a flavorless chemical laden red blob.