All posts by Lilli Klamke

Farmer Podcast Club: Restoring our relationship with nature from lake beds to treetops

Posted by Lilli Klamke on January 15, 2019

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Enjoy listening to your weekly Farmer Podcast Club episode. Restoring our relationship with nature from lake beds to treetops- CBC radio – ideas Released June 25, 2018 IDEAS host Paul Kennedy moderates the fifth Muskoka Summit on the Environment, a panel discussion about “Restoring our Relationship with the Natural World.” Six guests join Kennedy in a discussion about the environment.   Listen to the full episode: https://one.npr.org/?sharedMediaId=551875796:554548920 Subscribe to CBC radio-  Ideas on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/ideas-from-cbc-radio-highlights/id151485663?mt=2&i=1000414598413 Share This With a Farming Friend Know some farmers who might like this podcast? Invite them to sign up by sharing this link: http://eepurl.com/dtEnmr Or scroll … Continue reading Farmer Podcast Club: Restoring our relationship with nature from lake beds to treetops

Farmer Podcast Club: Remembering Jill Ker Conway, The First Female President Of Smith College

Posted by Lilli Klamke on January 07, 2019

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Enjoy listening to your weekly Farmer Podcast Club episode. Remembering Jill Ker Conway, The First Female President Of Smith College –Fresh Air npr Released June 14, 2018 Today we’re going to remember Jill Ker Conway, who influenced many women as a feminist, memoirist, women’s history scholar and the first woman president of Smith College, one of the largest women’s colleges in the world. She served in that position from 1975 to 85. Conaway died June 1 at the age of 83. We’ll hear excerpts of my three interviews with her recorded between 1989 and 1998. We talked about establishing her … Continue reading Farmer Podcast Club: Remembering Jill Ker Conway, The First Female President Of Smith College

Farmer Podcast Club: Ep. 119: Walking the Edge

Posted by Lilli Klamke on January 01, 2019

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Enjoy listening to your weekly Farmer Podcast Club episode. Ep. 119: Walking the Edge- The Meat Eater Podcasts Released Jun 04, 2018 Bozeman, MT- Steven Rinella talks with historian and religious scholar Bracy V. Hill, along with Michelle Jorgensen and Janis Putelis of the MeatEater crew. The intersection of religion and the history of hunting in America; the evolution of America’s hunting culture; a two-part history of Paul/Saul; the connection between the creation story and blue laws; radical religious groups; masculinity and the symbol of life and death; the saga of Jacob and Esau; hunters walking the edge; feast and … Continue reading Farmer Podcast Club: Ep. 119: Walking the Edge

Farmer Podcast Club: Priya Parker

Posted by Lilli Klamke on December 18, 2018

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Enjoy listening to your weekly Farmer Podcast Club episode. Priya Parker – Design Matters with Debbie Millman Released May 21, 2018 Debbie talks to author and conflict resolution mediator Priya Parker about meetings and gatherings and why so many of them don’t work.     Listen to the full episode: https://www.designmattersmedia.com/podcasts/Priya-Parker Subscribe to Design Matters on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/design-matters-with-debbie-millman/id328074695?mt=2&i=1000411991990 Share This With a Farming Friend Know some farmers who might like this podcast? Invite them to sign up by sharing this link: http://eepurl.com/dtEnmr Or scroll down to sign up below! Find Past Episodes on Our Blog We’ll post weekly podcasts so you … Continue reading Farmer Podcast Club: Priya Parker

Farmer Podcast Club: Bob Cannard on Natural Process Farming

Posted by Lilli Klamke on December 11, 2018

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Enjoy listening to your weekly Farmer Podcast Club episode. 013: Bob Cannard on Natural Process Farming- Farmer to Farmer with Chris Blanchard Released May 07, 2015 Bob Cannard is one of the farmers that I think of as a first-generation visionary in the world of organic farming. For over three decades, he has been at the forefront of the local farming movement in California. Farming just north of San Francisco Bay at Green String Farm, Bob has a farming process that flies in the face of a lot of what I, at least, “know” to be true. His natural process … Continue reading Farmer Podcast Club: Bob Cannard on Natural Process Farming

Farmer Podcast Club: “Burley: Kentucky Tobacco in a New Century”

Posted by Lilli Klamke on December 04, 2018

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Enjoy listening to your weekly Farmer Podcast Club episode. Ann K. Ferrell, “Burley: Kentucky Tobacco in a New Century” (U Press of Kentucky, 2013)-  NBn – New Books network Released May 30, 2018 Ann K. Ferrell is an Associate Professor and the Director of the Folk Studies program at Western Kentucky University, and also Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of American Folklore. Her first book, Burley: Kentucky Tobacco in a New Century (University of Kentucky Press, 2013) is the result of multiple research methodologies including extensive ethnographic fieldwork, archival investigation, and rhetorical analysis.   Listen to the full episode: Ann K. Ferrell, “Burley: … Continue reading Farmer Podcast Club: “Burley: Kentucky Tobacco in a New Century”

Farmer Podcast Club: Red Dawn in Lapland

Posted by Lilli Klamke on November 27, 2018

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Enjoy listening to your weekly Farmer Podcast Club episode. Red Dawn in Lapland- Outside PODCAST Released Jan 22, 2018 On the 833-mile border between Finland and Russia, a band of elite Finnish soldiers are preparing to defend the country if Russia decides it wants to again redraw the map of Europe. With tensions still high after the Kremlin’s invasion of Crimea and Ukraine, writer David Wolman went to Finland to find out what this tiny band of Finns can possibly do if the Russian war machine heads their way. Quite a lot, it turns out. Listen to the full episode: https://www.outsideonline.com/2276696/red-dawn-lapland … Continue reading Farmer Podcast Club: Red Dawn in Lapland

Farmer Podcast Club: Money where your mouth is: Investing in a healthy food system

Posted by Lilli Klamke on November 20, 2018

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Enjoy listening to your weekly Farmer Podcast Club episode. Money where your mouth is: Investing in a healthy food system– Down to Earth – The Planet to Plate Podcast Released Oct 23, 2018 Sallie Calhoun is president of the Globetrotter Foundation, owner of the Paicines Ranch, and founder of the #NoRegrets Initiative. She came to ranching from electrical engineering and high-tech entrepreneurship, and has devoted her life to sustainable agriculture –and both investing and teaching others about investing in a healthy food system. She also works to empower women in ranching and agricultural communities.   Listen to the full episode: … Continue reading Farmer Podcast Club: Money where your mouth is: Investing in a healthy food system

Farmer Podcast Club: Sarah Wentzel-Fisher – Conservation in the Radical Center

Posted by Lilli Klamke on November 13, 2018

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Enjoy listening to your weekly Farmer Podcast Club episode. Sarah Wentzel-Fisher – Conservation in the Radical Center – Mountain and Prairie Released July 12, 2018 Sarah Wentzel-Fisher is the Executive Director of the Quivira Coalition, an innovative conservation organization devoted to building soil, biodiversity, and resilience on western working landscapes. Quivira was founded over twenty years ago by two conservationists and a rancher, all three of whom were exhausted by the divisive nature of the relationships between the agricultural and environmental communities. By putting their few differences aside and focusing on their many shared values, Quivira has led many of … Continue reading Farmer Podcast Club: Sarah Wentzel-Fisher – Conservation in the Radical Center

Farmer Podcast Club: Cooperative Power

Posted by Lilli Klamke on November 06, 2018

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Enjoy listening to your weekly Farmer Podcast Club episode. Cooperative Power: Young Farmers Podcast- By National Young Farmers Coalition Released Oct 19, 2018 In 1920, 14% of U.S. farmers were black – today less than 2%. Land ownership by Black farmers has also declined over the past 100 years, from 15 million acres to roughly 2 million acres. These numbers are tough, but some say they would be even worse without the leadership of the Federation of Southern Cooperatives. Lindsey talks with Cornelius Blanding, executive director of the Federation, about Black land loss, how coops are helping black and rural … Continue reading Farmer Podcast Club: Cooperative Power