Tag: farming

A Decade of Local Food | John Des Rosiers – Inovasi

A Decade of Local Food | John Des Rosiers – Inovasi

Hello everybody, we’ve got a special interview for you today. I had the opportunity to stop in at a favorite restaurant, Inovasi and interview owner and chef John Des Rosiers. With the 10th Anniversary of Inovasi, it was a great time to talk with John about what they are doing to celebrate the occasion, favorites […]

The Burden Of Abundance | Brandon Sheard – Farmstead Meatsmith

The Burden Of Abundance | Brandon Sheard – Farmstead Meatsmith

The process of turning a live animal into dinner can be uncomfortable for many people, and not all methods of achieving it are equal. There are different ways and attitudes of going about forming your favorite cut of beef. Our guest today is going to talk about his approach. Brandon Sheard from Farmstead Meatsmith is […]

Homestead Cooking | Jill Winger – The Prairie Homestead

Homestead Cooking | Jill Winger – The Prairie Homestead

We are joined today by Jill Winger, from the Prairie Homestead. She and her family pursue a lifestyle of modern homesteading on the wide-open prairies of Wyoming. She blogs at The Prairie Homestead where she encourages others to return to their roots, no matter where they live. Recently, Jill has also become the author of […]

Restoration Agriculture | Mark Shepard – New Forest Farm

Restoration Agriculture | Mark Shepard – New Forest Farm

Our guest today is Mark Shepard from New Forest Farm, author of Restoration Agriculture and founder of Restoration Agriculture Development. Mark was kind enough to take the time to talk with us during the 2019 MOSES Conference, where he was playing as a part of Synister Dane and the Cosmonauts. Together, we’ll be discussing the […]

T. Time 11 – Articulating Our Ideas

T. Time 11 – Articulating Our Ideas

We had some random ideas to through against the walls for your listening pleasure, in addition, there’s a quick preview of our next interview. https://thedialogues.simplecast.fm/b8d3dec7 https://medium.com/@T_Layhew/stoic-christianity-c45588f05580?source=friends_link&sk=e4e8a020220a67da330bfc37491833d5

48 – Rare Seeds | Jere Gettle – Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds

48 – Rare Seeds | Jere Gettle – Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds

Our guest today is Jere Gettle, dubbed the Indiana Jones of Seeds by the New York Times, he is the founder of Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds and has journeyed far and wide to obtain heritage and heirloom seeds. Jere started his first garden at age three and ever since wanted to be involved in the […]

46 – Faith and Farming | Noah Sanders – Rora Valley Farms

46 – Faith and Farming | Noah Sanders – Rora Valley Farms

Our guest today is Noah Sanders from Rora Valley Farms and author of Born Again Dirt, he’s been on the show before, and is back to share with us updates on his farm, his takeaways from the 2018 Acres Conference, the potential struggles of Christian farmers and much more. This was a great episode and […]

43 – Why Nature’s Always Right | Steven Cornett – Why Nature’s Always Right

43 – Why Nature’s Always Right | Steven Cornett – Why Nature’s Always Right

Today we’re talking about why Nature’s Always Right, with Steven Cornett from Nature’s Always Right in Lemon Grove California. Together we’ll be talking about how Steven got started in agriculture, what compost tea is, how he got involved in YouTube and so much more. Listen To The Show!   Shownotes Steven makes 90% of his […]