795: William Horvath on Permaculture Farming in Croatia
The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
by Urban Farm Team
4d ago
795: William Horvath on Permaculture Farming in Croatia Encouraging and assisting aspiring permaculturists In This Podcast: Join William as he shares his story of growing up in war torn Croatia in the early 1990's then exploring Australia and discovering permaculture first hand from David Holmgren. And finally he tells how he returned home to start his own permaculture adventure and educational platform. Our Guest: William Horvath is a geologist turned permaculture farmer and educator. He runs a small experimental permaculture site in Croatia, Southeast Europe, as well as his website Permacult ..read more
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794: Kristin Parsons on Guilds - A Rosie Replay
The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
by Urban Farm Team
1w ago
794: Kristin Parsons on Guilds A Rosie On The House Radio Show Replay In This Podcast: Kristin Parsons joined us for our monthly Rosie on the House Radio hour talking about plant guilds. What is a guild you say? It is a beneficial collection of purposely planted plants that self generate in the future. Ya know kinda like nature does. She also share the 7 components of a guild...Enjoy! Our Guest: Kristin is a native Texan, went to college in Kansas, and ended up in Arizona in 2004. She’s been gardening, raising chickens, planting fruit trees, and constructing buildings ever since! She completed ..read more
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793: Lee Reich on Growing and Pruning Fruit Trees
The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
by Urban Farm Team
1w ago
793: Lee Reich on Growing and Pruning Fruit Trees Teaching us about where to cut and trim our orchard trees In This Podcast: Lee Reich joins us to share his multi decade journey from perpetual college student to author and fruit tree grower. Lee shares his incredible journey from a chance meeting with Elliot Coleman to his present farmden and beyond. Our Guest: Lee dove into gardening decades ago, initially with one foot in academia, as an agricultural scientist with the USDA and Cornell University, and one foot in the field, the organic field. He eventually expanded his field to a farmden (mo ..read more
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792: Bryce and Brita Lundberg on Growing Organic Rice
The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
by Urban Farm Team
2w ago
792: Bryce and Brita Lundberg on Growing Organic Rice Continuing a multi-generational practice of regenerative organic farming. In This Podcast: Brita and Bryce Lundberg of Lundberg Family Farms join us to share their four-generation family journey into Regenerative Organic farming. It is an amazing story that started in the great American dust bowl, then created a mantra of leaving the land and environment better than they found it. Our Guests: In 1937, Brita’s great-grandparents left Nebraska in the wake of the Dust Bowl after seeing how farming techniques stripped the land of its topsoil ..read more
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791: Jeff Robinson on Grow a Lot with Little Space
The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
by Urban Farm Team
3w ago
791: Jeff Robinson on Grow a Lot with Little Space Growing way more food than one could eat by oneself. In This Podcast: Join us in a conversation with Jeff Robinson about how he grew from a environmental science professional into a professional farmer. In a quarter acre of land and with a little planning he is growing and processing strawberries, blueberries, cucumbers, tomatoes and peppers to prepare and sell salsas, pickles, jams and jellies. He is doing incredible work and has gone from a dream to reality in just a few years. Our Guest: Jeff’s background is in Environmental Science, and ha ..read more
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790: Tom Spellman on Best Fruit Tree Pruning Practices
The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
by Urban Farm Team
1M ago
790: Tom Spellman on Best Fruit Tree Pruning Practices. Keeping fruit trees manageable for typical backyards. In This Podcast: What are the best practices for growing fruit trees in our front and back yards. It is not the way fruit trees are grown in orchards. So then what? Join Greg, and Janis as we chat with Tom Spellman from Dave Wilson Nursery to discover the best backyard orchard techniques for you. Our Guest: Tom has been involved in the nursery business since 1973. At that time, he was a freshman in high school and rode his skateboard to work. Since then he has worked for several differ ..read more
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788: It’s Not Too Late to Plant Your Fruit Trees - A Rosie Replay
The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
by Urban Farm Team
1M ago
788: It’s Not Too Late to Plant Your Fruit Trees A Rosie on The House Radio Show Replay "Rosie on the House is a father and son weekly radio show on home-improvement advice that is found on several key Arizona radio stations. It is a trusted source of home-improvement advice and know-how. Rosie and Romey Romero consider that an honor and a responsibility, a feeling that Greg shares." In This Show: It's not to late to plant your fruit trees and you know the old adage the best time to plant a tree is now and 20 years ago. So let's get to it and plant our trees. Join Greg and Romey as they explor ..read more
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787: Paul Wheaton on Horticultural Techniques
The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
by Urban Farm Team
1M ago
787: Paul Wheaton on Horticultural Techniques. Teaching an effective way to build hügelkultur gardens. In This Podcast: In this episode we talk to Paul about what is and what isn't hügelkultur. Greg was pretty sure he knew going in what and how to and was really surprised that he was way off base. Join us as we discover how to build our own 7 foot tall hügelkultur bed and why it is important. Our Guest: Paul Wheaton, is an author, producer, certified advanced master gardener, and is the lead mad scientist of Wheaton Labs and Permies.com. After a successful career as a software engineer in aero ..read more
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786: Judith Horvath on A Resilient Food Supply Chain
The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
by Urban Farm Team
1M ago
786: Judith Horvath on A Resilient Food Supply Chain. Helping small farmers get started successfully. In This Podcast: Twenty years ago, driven by her children's allergies, Judith unknowingly started homesteading—ripping up her lawn to grow clean produce. This journey expanded to a farm. After eight years of a corporate-farming double life, the pandemic prompted a leap into full-time farming and consulting. Now, she helps others embark on farming ventures, fostering spiritual richness. Our Guest: Judith has journeyed from a white-collar business executive to hair sheep and dairy goat farmer ..read more
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785: Vermicomposting - A Garden Chat
The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
by Urban Farm Team
2M ago
785: Vermicomposting A Garden Chat with Enoch Graham. In This Garden Chat: Vermicomposting is an incredibly useful gardening skill that converts kitchen scraps and garden waste into gardener's gold. Join us as we chat with our good friend Enoch Graham to discuss the process that most any gardener can do in their own space. Our Special Guest: Enoch is a small space gardener who has been growing some of his own food for over 12 years in his limited urban space in Southern Oregon. Growing so many different varieties of vegetables and fruits in his limited space garden has taken his gardening skil ..read more
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