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Soilent Green

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Soilent Green

Alyssa Hanofee and Levi Johnson

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This podcast will be exploring how the rising generations are working to meet the challenges of the current Anthropocene era. We will be interviewing researchers, entrepreneurs, students, and other free-thinkers who are turning their passions into smart solutions. This podcast is hosted by students in Colorado State University's Soil and Crop Sciences department.
 
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Soil Sense

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Soil Sense

NDSU Extension

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Welcome to the Soil Sense Podcast, where we believe that building healthier soils is not just a prescription, but rather a pursuit. This journey requires collaboration, curiosity, and communication among farmers, agricultural researchers, agronomists, consultants, and extension. You’re going to hear their stories and discover how and why they’re working together to make sense out of what’s happening in the soil.
 
HPJ Talk is a weekly podcast featuring commentary and news for farmers, ranchers, and those who live and work in the High Plains. Soil Solutions with Jessica Gnad emphasizes the importance of producing healthy soil, and provides important tips and insights from industry leaders on the topic of soil health and regenerative agriculture. #RideWithUs #HighPlainsJournal #GreatPlainsRegeneration #SoilHealth
 
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The Soilify Podcast

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The Soilify Podcast

Earth Analytics

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Meeting the challenges of an accelerated climate change process requires tackling the problem from the biggest base. With soils having the capability of both meeting our nutritive needs and capturing atmospheric carbon, regenerative agriculture holds promise. The Soilify podcast features short interviews with people from various walks of life working towards expanding regenerative agricultural practices and sequestering soil carbon. For more, visit https://medium.com/@soilify
 
Soilfood TALKS -podcastissa pohditaan, miten kiertotaloutta voidaan edistää ja miten sen esteitä poistaa. Tule mukaan! Keskusteluissa uudistetaan ajattelua ja jaetaan hyviä ideoita. Vieraiksi olemme kutsuneet teollisuuden, talouden ja ympäristöalan huippuasiantuntijoita. Jaksoissa pohditaan mm. Miten kiertotalouden pullonkauloja voidaan poistaa? Millainen rooli on edelläkävijäyrityksillä? Puhutaanko kiertotaloudesta liian kepeästi sekä millä menestymistä mitataan?
 
Electric Soil Podcast (ESP) is all about Growth Mindset & Creative Mindset. Host, Matt Gardiner, interviews guests on various subjects including : Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Arts & Culture, Health & Wellness, Mindset & Mental Health and more! "Imagination is the Electric Soil of Creation." electric : defn : a sudden sense of thrilling excitement that incites curiosity. soil : defn : a layer from which growth occurs. ESP : defn : your "6th sense" - sensed by the mind, perception or communic ...
 
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Soilin seurassa

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Soilin seurassa

Sveriges Radio

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Soilin seurassa aloitetaan siitä, mihin small talk loppuu. Puhutaan tärkeistä ihmisistä elämänpolun varrella, valinnoista, suljetuista ja avautuneista ovista. Joka viikko uusi vieras, josta tulee sinullekin tuttu. Ansvarig utgivare: Anne Sseruwagi
 
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Tilling The Soil

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Tilling The Soil

Whitney Plantation

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Whitney Plantation is a 200 acre former sugar plantation turned historic site dedicated to telling the history of slavery in the United States from the perspective of the enslaved Africans, African-Americans, and Creoles of Color who built America's wealth. However, it takes much more to share and interpret this history than just opening the door. Join hosts Dr. Joy Banner, Director of Marketing and Communications, and Amber Mitchell, Director of Education, as they discuss the unique interse ...
 
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Native Soil

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Native Soil

Fr. Victor Ingalls

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This is Native Soil, a podcast from Fr. Victor Ingalls and 4PM Media. Join us here to talk about our beloved state of Alabama, hear personal stories from Fr. Victor and other local guests, and discover how we can cultivate the soil of our own hearts.
 
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In Search of Soil

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In Search of Soil

Diego Footer

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Exploring the mysteries of soil in search of answers that you can use in your garden or on your farm. Each week features scientists and experts sharing insights into topics like soil science, composting, cover cropping, biochar, no-till, and fungi, among other things! In Search of Soil is hosted and produced by Diego Footer.
 
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The Soil Collective

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The Soil Collective

The Soil Collective

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This is a podcast about rediscovering and revitalizing the intricate links between our health, our communities, and the soil. In this world of chronic disease, mental health epidemics, and environmental catastrophes, the only common solution to these issues we are experiencing today is to reconnect with and regenerate the soil. If you'd like to be a guest on The Soil Collective, please email Nicole Haines at info@thesoilcollective.us specifying your role and the topic you'd like to discuss. ...
 
The topic is Growing Live Soil - the foundation of Organic Cannabis Farming. Our guests will be fascinating experts who will give you a new and deeper understanding of how to easily create a living soil that will allow your plants to grow themselves into healthier, higher quality and more productive harvests.
 
Welcome to The Farmer podcast! This podcast aims to serve those engaged in or aspiring to farm or homestead. Learn from Angela's successes and failures as she shares her experiences. The Farmer podcast is geared toward the beginning farmer or homesteader, but includes in-depth info on animal health, soil science, food preservation, homesteading skills and so much more!
 
As an addition to simply posting slides while we are working remotely, I am also recording short podcast episodes that cover major points from the soils course. The idea here is that you could review the associated slides and then listen to the podcast. My hope is that by providing something audio-based it can be more mobile, allowing you to get outside, avoiding tethering you to a computer all day.
 
In this series, Jim Sollecito of Sollecito Landscaping Nursery in central New York provides a series of helpful talks to help navigate the seasonal shifts that impact plants, shrubs, trees, flower beds, and garden plots. Jim focuses on the use of natural products and cultivation methods specifically adapted to this region's climate, soil composition, geology, and native ecology. Sollecito Landscaping Nursery is the first Be Green garden center licensed by the New York State Department of Env ...
 
Each episode, long-time worldbuilding duo Lauren Harris and Adryn Erickson pair with Farm to Taber's plant medicine PhD, Dr. Sarah Taber to interview experts on topics like Ancient Trade Routes or 3D Printing in Space, then use what they learned to brainstorm a sci-fi or fantasy world listeners can use and make their own.
 
The Menoken farm is a conservation demonstration farm located in central North Dakota, owned and operated by the Burleigh County Soil Conservation District. Established in 2009, the farm's primary focus is advancing soil health through innovation and education. The Menoken Farm has become a destination for soil health enthusiasts and is visited by groups from around the world.
 
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Life in the Soil

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Life in the Soil

Rillig Lab

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Life in the Soil brings you the insights and voices of some of the world’s best soil scientists. Learn about soil biodiversity, why it matters, and how we can protect it. This podcast project is a collaboration between the Rillig Lab and podcaster Anja Krieger, funded through the BiodivERsA project Digging Deeper. Matthias Rillig’s lab at Freie Universität Berlin is part of the Institute of Biology and the Berlin-Brandenburg Institute of Advanced Biodiversity Research (BBIB). Our research fo ...
 
Here at Nurture the Soil, we dive into the details of our true Nature as spiritual Beings. It is our goal to shed light on our ability to intentionally manifest the world we experience and unlearn conditioned fear based behaviors that hold us back from reaching our highest potential. In this podcast we discuss the Universal Law in relation to the Holy Trinity and our individual lives. The information discussed is based on The Science of Mind text book by Ernest Holmes and A Course In Miracle ...
 
The Soul Soil Podcast is a place where ideas, experience, and resources come together around the topics of agriculture and spirituality with the goal of inspiring and empowering listeners to interact and cooperate with the land in a way that nourishes and sustains the human body, mind, and soul while regenerating and sustaining the land itself.
 
(English below) 土壤是一個複雜的三度空間結構🍂🌱, 有著迷宮般的物理構造、錯綜的化學環境、多樣的食物資源、以及水與氧氣的梯度變化等龐雜因子, 這些全都壓縮在土壤這小小的空間裡。 而居住在裡面的生物除了和環境有交互作用外,物種之間之內也有交互作用。 這些過程造就了現今地下生物多樣性與群落結構。🕷🐌🐜 在這裡我們將聊聊土壤生物多樣性、群落生態與演化。 藉由文獻閱讀來分享土壤生態相關的科學新知,以及聊聊我們自己的研究經歷與想法。 歡迎各位收聽~ -- Facebook專頁: www.facebook.com/SoilBioDivPaper ---------- Welcome to listening to the podcast on soil biodiversity! 🍂🕷🐌🐜🌱 Soil ecosystem is amazing and is one of the most biodiverse terrestrial habitats. Here we discuss scientific papers on soil biota, community ec ...
 
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On this special episode, Amber and Joy chat with Whitney Plantation's Yvonne Holden and New Orleans-based attorney and TicTok content creator Wynton Yates about his viral video featuring slave cabins turned Airbnb. Here's Wynton's viral TikTok video , a Mic article on the issue, and Airbnb's response via the Washington Post. Be sure to follow @lawy…
 
In this episode we explore the question of how to improve soil health in fields that are just too wet. From drainage tile to cover crops, Dr. Lee Briese visits some of the strategies and tactics he uses with the farmers he works with. Lee is a Crop Consultant covering Stutsman and Barnes Counties in North Dakota for Centrol Ag Consulting. He has be…
 
#RealisticRegenAg | There are many “bio” products out there. In this episode I’ll distill them down to their essence and help you to determine where they may, or may not, fit on your farm. Newsletter signup: https://mailchi.mp/plantsdigsoil/newsletter Claim your $20 off coupon for Profitable From the Start: Cover Crops for the Prairies by using the…
 
Historic Preservationist Nakita Reed talks about preserving historic sites, race, and the intersections of preservation, climate change, and environmental racism. Take a listen to Nakita's podcast, Tangible Remnants! Keep up with Nakita on her website. Check out this statement from the National Trust for Historic Preservation in defense of the desc…
 
In this episode we explore one of the most wonderful and unique aspects of farming, the ability to leave a real tangible legacy for your children. The sentiment and realization of that legacy is predicated on the quality of soil you pass along to them. NDSU Soil Health Specialist Dr. Abbey Wick and farmer Kerry Swindler about the importance of prot…
 
Maintaining and managing vegetation and agriculture productivity in Boulder’s Open Spaces isn’t easy. There are noxious weeds, ecological impacts from visitors, and continuously determining how to best help shape the parks. Luckily the city has Eric Fairlee and his team who work hard to turn all the city’s goals into reality. To contact Fairlee ema…
 
Dr. Ashley Bouknight-Claybrooks, historian and Senior Manager of Professional Development at the American Association for State and Local History, speaks on the history of Black museums and museology, and how Whitney Plantation helps to reshape our understanding of museums dedicated to Black history. - You can follow Dr. Bouknight-Claybrooks on Twi…
 
In this episode crop consultant Jason Hanson discusses a soil-related issue many farmers have to deal with, salinity. Jason owns Rock and Roll Agronomy based in Webster, North Dakota. He said while salinity is a constant issue in many of the fields in his area, it’s especially concerning this year after a wet spring. Those wet conditions paired wit…
 
Hosts Amber and Dr. Joy are joined by Dr. Karen Cox, historian and author of Dreaming of Dixie: How the South was Created in American Popular Culture and No Common Ground: Confederate Monuments and the Ongoing Fight for Racial Justice on the history of plantation tourism— the whys of how we as a community understand the history, projections, myths,…
 
Welcome to Tilling The Soil, a podcast about the challenges and successes of interpreting, teaching, and learning the history of slavery in the United States through the lens of the staff at Whitney Plantation, a slavery museum on the site of a former sugar plantation in Louisiana. Order Bouki Fait Gombo: A History of the Slave Community of Habitat…
 
Whitney Plantation is a 200 acre former sugar plantation turned historic site dedicated to telling the history of slavery in the United States from the perspective of the enslaved Africans, African-Americans, and Creoles of Color who built America's wealth. However, it takes much more to share and interpret this history than just opening the door. …
 
In this episode we “cover” planting cover crops including some of the ways to get cover crops planted and established. We also discuss some really important and often overlooked safety considerations to think about before hooking up a seed drill or any other implement. A common farm activity such as hooking up an implement often can be among the mo…
 
#RealisticRegenAg | Marginal areas may not pay to farm. What can be done to help them benefit the farm and society as a whole? In this episode I'll explore the ways they can be made to be a profitable part of your operation. Newsletter signup: https://mailchi.mp/plantsdigsoil/newsletter Claim your $20 off coupon for Profitable From the Start: Cover…
 
Today, we single out one field in particular to see how a crop consultant utilizes soil health principles and practices to improve both profitability and viability over time. Dr. Lee Briese a Crop Consultant covering Stutsman and Barnes Counties for Centrol Ag Consulting. He has been scouting fields and providing recommendations for farmers in Nort…
 
I’m sorry. I was wrong. Will you forgive me? These three phrases can transform every relationship. The post 112: Taking Care of My Side of the Street – 2019 BGS Intensive, Part 6 appeared first on Become Good Soil.Morgan Snyder
 
Rick Clark is a 5th generation farmer from Williamsport, IN. The main goal on the farm is to build soil health and achieve balance with Mother Nature. Rick has developed and constantly improves a systematic approach to regenerative farming. The farm strives to be a low cost input producer, while maintaining an increase in yield year over year. The …
 
Josué Rodríguez-Ramos currently works with microbial communities and viruses. Besides being considered CSU’s go-to for viruses, Josué has 9 publications, earned over 50K in grant funding, won 4 presentation awards, and is a strong advocate for a working wage for graduate students. You won’t want to miss this episode in which we chat with Josué abou…
 
In this episode, we explore soil management practices that will improve trafficability over time. North Dakota State University Soil Health Extension Specialist Dr. Abbey Wick joins us to discuss that as well as a specific example from Wahpeton, North Dakota farmer Doug Toussaint. We’ll also discuss safety considerations to properly handle equipmen…
 
Happy 1st Day of Summer ☀️ & Happy Intl Yoga Day! 🧘🏻‍♀️ Jeff Lester and I started our 8-part series in mid-September of 2021. Here we are 8 months later, 4 seasons later, with the Finale of this epic journey. A look back at the previous episode themes: 1- Jeff's origin story 2- Yoga 3- The 7 Chakras 4- Yin & Yang (Dualities) 5- Bhagavad Gita 6- Bre…
 
After making the necessary switches in agricultural practices, keeping a close watch on soil carbon content, ensuring you’ve got the right kind of investments and a foot in the door of the voluntary carbon market, what next? That’s what this season finale of the Soilify Podcast is all about. Our guest today is Kirti Prasanna Mishra, co-founder of b…
 
Jason Hanson, who owns Rock and Roll Agronomy based in Webster, North Dakota joins us to discuss both the benefits and the challenges of reducing tillage. One thing we always talk about on this program is to find soil health building practices that meet your particular goals, and that one farmer’s goal is not always the same as the next. “Salinity …
 
When we agree on reducing carbon emissions, how do we agree on the standards that measure them? In this episode, we have Viridiana Alcantara-Shivapatham, a Senior Program Officer at Verra, one of the world’s largest carbon standards organisations. Here she talks about the painstaking review processes that go behind their work, the role of smallhold…
 
Welcome David Wood to the show!! He joins ESP on his book tour for the June 13th release - "Mouse in the Room: Because the Elephant Isn't the Only Animal in the Room!" We also talk about the 3 buckets for his coaching style: Mindset, Money and Leverage. Stay until the end of the episode, AND check out the links at the bottom for some can't-miss opp…
 
Where do you feel uncomfortable? When do you feel weak? In what ways do you feel uninitiated? Where is God asking you to risk? The post 110: Twenty Seconds of Insane Courage – 2019 Intensive, Part 4 appeared first on Become Good Soil.Morgan Snyder
 
There are billions of dollars flowing into ecosystem restoration globally. But what makes it move? Sheeba Sen and Pradyot Porwal, who run Hasten Ventures, tell us exactly that. Listen in for a conversation that covers the global carbon markets, philanthropic funding and commercial capital. Shownotes: Hasten Ventures: https://www.hasten.ventures/hom…
 
Sometimes the search for truth and healing can't be explained by science. The energetic underpinnings of health and our return to Earth-based living are arguably rooted in spiritual explorations. We had the privilege of sitting down with author, guide, and coach Dr. Erin McMorrow, pHD to talk about the connection between divine feminine energy and …
 
#RealisticRegenAg | Instead of trying to get more from the land from over yielding of intercropped cash crops, I advocate for focusing on intercropping cover crops instead. Cover crops growing with the cash crops can be implemented without losing yield and will build long term profitability instead of short term gains. Newsletter signup: https://ma…
 
Here's you can find the app for curbing phosphorus loss: https://www.ars.usda.gov/news-events/news/research-news/2020/curbing-phosphorus-losses-theres-an-app-for-that/ Jim Ippolito can be reached at Jim.Ippolito@ColoState.edu. For more of his work check out his over 230 peer and non-peer-reviewed articles. Need more of Soilent Green? Follow us on I…
 
In this episode, we take our boots to the ground. Dr Mohinder Singh heads a farmer producer organisation (FPO) in Haryana. Apart from tending to the crops in his field and addressing the concerns of the farmers in his FPO, he also teaches agricultural sciences at a local university. Here, he speaks about the farmers’ perception of regenerative agri…
 
How is India placed in the global shift towards regenerative agriculture? Rajeev Ahal from GIZ talks about the state of regenerative agriculture in India, experiments from other parts of the world, and possible expectations from international collaborations. Shownotes: Masanobu Fukuoka, is the author of One Straw Revolution, a book which is often c…
 
If you're wondering how to cook simple, affordable, wholesome meals, this is the episode for you! We dig into some practical advice on how to find quality regenerative and organic food on a budget, including: Our go-to simple recipes A metabolic balancing diet + how often you should eat Our favorite grocery stores in different parts of the country …
 
Introducing Soilify! Listen to Earth Analytics India founder Michael Anthony as he introduces the organisation’s Project Soilify. He talks about the shift to regenerative farming in India, the potential for remote sensing in the field, and the difference between soil and dirt. Shownotes: International examples of carbon farming from the USA, German…
 
The themes of this episode are all about SAFETY and COHERENCE in regards to our health and the global ecosystem. We sat down with a naturopathic physician for an inspiring conversation about a range of topics including: Role of dehydration in fatigue Causes and healing from autoimmunity Safety signals from nature and our bodies How to #tendyourterr…
 
We uncover what needs to die in us in order that we might really live, becoming men who have nothing to hide, nothing to fear, and nothing to prove. The post 108: Restoring the True Man – 2019 BGS Intensive, Part 2 appeared first on Become Good Soil.Morgan Snyder
 
Kevin comes on the show today to talk all about the origins that lead him to podcasting and how it's grown into an incredibly successful venture for him and his team! We dive into what makes a successful podcast, as well as what you need to do behind the scenes to grow and create a profit. "Host of Top 100 Global Podcast "Next Level University" -90…
 
Welcome back to Soil Solutions with Jessica Gnad. This episode features Monte Bottens, a fifth-generation Illinois farmer who owns and operates Bottens Family Farm, Grateful Graze, is the Founder and CEO of Ag Solutions Network Inc., and host of the AgEmerge Podcast. Monte shares what regenerative ag means to him and how producers can get started w…
 
#RealisticRegenAg | Intercropping has been gaining popularity on the Prairies lately. If you haven’t heard of it, or are still trying to figure it out, the basic concept is to grow two or more crops at the same time on the same piece of land. In this episode I cover the theory behind it and where it may fit into our agricultural systems. Newsletter…
 
WATCH VIDEO: https://youtu.be/6BabitR79ss As we close Season 4, we address, without debate, the greatest poverty present on our Native Soil—a need for Jesus Christ. How may he be better known, loved, worshipped and feasted upon here on our Native Soil? Dig in Further: How can we be closer to Jesus? How can we let him more and more be the Lord of ou…
 
In this episode, we talk with Steven Fonte about his career studying the ecology of agroecosystems. We cover his travels in Central and South America and Africa to support the ability of smallholder farming communities to be sustainable. Fonte is also passionate about the health of soils, which we highlight in the discussion of macrofaunal communit…
 
Fighting off the effects of post-Easter dinner indulgence, Blake and Brian talk spring in the greenhouse. From the fruits of their new cold-houses to the best mixed container arrangements, They're ready for your spring needs. It Ain't Dirt, It's Soil! is hosted by Blake and Brian Young, our producer is John Dawkins at Wayneshout Productions, LLC, a…
 
WATCH VIDEO: https://youtu.be/N8K00XjcreE Meet Fr. Jones. A Virginia native. A Convert. A Priest. And now pastor of historic St. Jude in Montgomery. We have looked at St. Jude’s history in past episodes. Now, along with their pastor, let’s take a look at where St. Jude is today and where they feel called to be moving forward. Dig in Further: “Talit…
 
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