Lessons I’ve Learned Since Turning Twenty

This week I turn twenty three. It’s not a particularly impressive marker in life, possessing none of the raw energy of eighteen or the inebriation of turning twenty one. It doesn’t even claim to be the half way mark through your twenties. Instead it’s…

35 – The Fit Farmer | Mike Dickson – Big Pond Farm

Our guest today is Mike Dickson, the Fit Farmer from Big Pond Farm in North Carolina. Today we’ll discuss how Mike went from the fitness industry to farming, why ducks are more fun than chickens, how to improve your health and fitness, and so…

34 – Cowbro Science | Garth Brown – Cairncrest Farm

Our guest today is Garth Brown from Cairncrest farms in Winfield New York, and together we’ll be discussing what lead him and his brother to start farming, experimenting with Cowbro Science, agrarianism in todays culture and much more, so don’t miss this episode with…

T. Time 07 – Resource Relationships

In episode 29 we interviewed Noah Sanders from Rora Valley Farms, and author of Born Again Dirt. In the interview he shared what I now consider as one of my favorite saying, “Resources come from right relationships.” The context of the conversation was discussing…

33 – Primal Pastures | Paul Grieve – Pasturebird

My guest today is Paul Grieve from Primal Pastures and Pasturebird, we’ll discuss how he got involved in farming, how they started, how they define Primal, their work with the Billion Dollar Buyer and so much more. Listen To The Show Show Notes “Primal”…

My Father’s World 04 – Jungle Man

Are they weeds, or a jungle of adventure?

32 – Craft Beef | Joe Heitzeberg – Crowd Cow

Good food, unlike good help, is becoming increasingly easier to find. Our guest today is helping make it easier to get quality craft-beef delivered right to your home. Joe Heitzeberg is the co-founder of CrowdCow, an online platform that connects customers with farmers to…

31 – Preserving History | Jonathan Nelson – The Wisconsin Historical Soceity

Have you ever found yourself wondering what you’ll leave behind? As the saying goes, you can’t take it with you, but it might be worth archiving, or something like that. Our guest today is Jonathan Nelson, a collections development archivist with the Wisconsin Historical…

T. Time 06 – Food For Thought

If there’s one thing I’m guaranteed in my interviews, it’s that with very few exceptions, I’ll leave it hungry. You’ve heard me comment on it from time to time, and in some ways it’s a hazard of the job. 99 % of the people…

30 – The Lean Farm | Benjamin Hartman – Claybottom Farm

Our guest today is Ben Hartman from Claybottom Farm in Goshen IN, and author of The Lean Farm and The Lean Farm Guide To Growing Vegetables. Together we’ll discuss how he started farming, what lean thinking is, and how it became implemented on Claybottom…