02: Wrapping up the growing season - with Karl
Food Resilience Network
by Original Outdoors
2M ago
In this episode Richard introduces you to Karl, our tame grower of vegetables in Norwich, England. We recorded this back at the beginning of October, as the main harvesting season was reaching its end and preparations for winter/next year began. The successes and failures of this past year are discussed, alongside some of the difficulties of growing on an allotment and a small amount of their history in the UK. Links - Karl on Substack – Connect with Richard and Original Outdoors – Richard on Instagram and Twitter – Original Outdoors on Instagram, Twitter and Youtube – Amy on Instagram a ..read more
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03: From Snout to Tail - The Whole Pig Saga
Food Resilience Network
by Original Outdoors
2M ago
Richard sits down with friend and local farmer Alistair to talk about all things woodland pig. From creating the woodland paddocks, to feeding and the final loading and transportation of pigs and resulting meat. Raising pigs is a relatively new enterprise for Alistair and his wife Laura, so we wanted to get in early on asking how it had all gone after the first two groups. Both Richard and Amy have been helping out with the whole process along the way and this discussion reflects that involvement....mostly in the form of tales about grumpy pigs, memories of rugby, and that one time when Richa ..read more
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01: Introductions
Food Resilience Network
by Original Outdoors
2M ago
The Food Resilience Network is a new podcast hosted by Richard and Amy, in this episode we explain what the podcast is going to entail, from taking you along with us on our journey growing our own produce, to speaking with those who raise livestock and becoming closer to the sources of our food. Links – Connect with Richard and Original Outdoors – Richard on Instagram and Twitter – Original Outdoors on Instagram, Twitter and Youtube – Amy on Instagram and Twitter – Join our Discord Community ..read more
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