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Appalachian Sound and Color sets out to interview and understand artists, musicians, writers, and makers living in Appalachia. ASC's light hearted interview style does not strictly focus on each maker's creative process, but rather their upbringing in Appalachia and how that steered them to create. The podcast also asks why each artist chose to stay and create here. ASC is an offspring of Clientele Art Studio located in Wheeling, WV and is hosted by Logan Schmitt and William Wallace. It is p ...
 
Is it best that our food is Local and Organic or Big and Conventional? Our view is “Both, and..” We don’t come to the table with a bias, except that good farming like good food comes in all shapes and sizes. Farm to Table Talk explores issues and the growing interest in the story of how and where the food on our tables is produced, processed and marketed. The host, Rodger Wasson is a food and agriculture veteran. Although he was the first of his family to leave the grain and livestock farm a ...
 
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Wildly Capable Woman podcast is an interview series featuring honorees of Hundred Magazine. Buy your copy of Hundred Magazine at www.hundredmag.com Connect with us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/hundred.magazine Support our sponsor: www.brandlinkmedia.com Hundred Magazine is a publication featuring 100 wildly capable women in Oklahoma City. Wildly…
 
There have been major, well-documented problems with child labor overseas in production of various food imports. These foods make their way into the US market–another reason consumers want to know who produced their food. Anne Ross with Charleston Pro Bono Legal Services emphasizes that it isn’t fair for ethical farmers to have to compete with thos…
 
Wildly Capable Woman podcast is an interview series featuring honorees of Hundred Magazine. Buy your copy of Hundred Magazine at www.hundredmag.com Connect with us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/hundred.magazine Support our sponsor: www.brandlinkmedia.com Hundred Magazine is a publication featuring 100 wildly capable women in Oklahoma City. Wildly…
 
Bacon crisis? Or not? Since Californians voted to require more space for pigs, chickens and veal calves, consumers have started to worry about what it will mean for the price and availability of bacon. The effects will not only be felt in California but nationwide for pig farmers, meat packers, food distributors, restaurants, supermarkets and consu…
 
Wildly Capable Woman podcast is an interview series featuring honorees of Hundred Magazine. Buy your copy of Hundred Magazine at www.hundredmag.com Connect with us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/hundred.magazine Support our sponsor: www.brandlinkmedia.com Hundred Magazine is a publication featuring 100 wildly capable women in Oklahoma City. Wildly…
 
“To make a living is not to make a killing. It’s to have enough.” says Wendell Berry in many ways, in scores of books over the years. As we consider the future of the world we need to reflect on the counsel of Wendell Berry who reminds us that the world will take care of us if we take care of it; knowing and loving it. If there was a poet laureate …
 
With climate change what is the future of agriculture? The author of The Dreamt Land, Mark Arax draws from his chronicles of California over the past three decades to consider where we’ve been and where we’re headed to address the future of agriculture in a time of climate change. No writer has devoted more pages to the story of California agricult…
 
Wildly Capable Woman podcast is an interview series featuring honorees of Hundred Magazine. Buy your copy of Hundred Magazine at www.hundredmag.com Connect with us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/hundred.magazine Support our sponsor: www.brandlinkmedia.com Hundred Magazine is a publication featuring 100 wildly capable women in Oklahoma City. Wildly…
 
Paul and Bill were privileged to talk with Father Robert Spitzer, SJ, the founding director of the Magis Center in Orange County, California. Father Spitzer’s biography includes service as the president of Gonzaga University and the authorship of numerous books about various aspects of theology, philosophy, spirituality, apologetics, happiness and …
 
Wildly Capable Woman podcast is an interview series featuring honorees of Hundred Magazine. Buy your copy of Hundred Magazine at www.hundredmag.com Connect with us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/hundred.magazine Support our sponsor: www.brandlinkmedia.com Hundred Magazine is a publication featuring 100 wildly capable women in Oklahoma City. Wildly…
 
Because ‘we are what we eat,’ the Native American food sovereignty movement is working to revitalize and perpetuate traditional food systems in order to promote good physical, cultural and spiritual health for Indigenous peoples. This is being done through the promotion of seed sovereignty and the reclamation and rematriation of Native heirloom see…
 
Wildly Capable Woman podcast is an interview series featuring honorees of Hundred Magazine. Buy your copy of Hundred Magazine at www.hundredmag.com Connect with us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/hundred.magazine Support our sponsor: www.brandlinkmedia.com Hundred Magazine is a publication featuring 100 wildly capable women in Oklahoma City. Wildly…
 
Small holder farmer provide over 80 to 90 % of food production in Africa. However much more food is needed and farmers need to earn more money to lift them and their families beyond subsistence, just getting by. Larta Institute has introduced Farm to Table Talk to OCP a Moroccan based global plant nutrition company serving farmers on five continent…
 
Wildly Capable Woman podcast is an interview series featuring honorees of Hundred Magazine. Buy your copy of Hundred Magazine at www.hundredmag.com Connect with us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/hundred.magazine Support our sponsor: www.brandlinkmedia.com Hundred Magazine is a publication featuring 100 wildly capable women in Oklahoma City. Wildly…
 
Successful agriculture requires a continuous supply of new ideas and technology for farmers of all types to meet the demands of global and local markets, profitably. Over 100,000 from the farm to table global supply chain are once again making their way to the Central Valley of California to experience the World’s largest outdoor farm show, the Wor…
 
Wildly Capable Woman podcast is an interview series featuring honorees of Hundred Magazine. Buy your copy of Hundred Magazine at www.hundredmag.com Connect with us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/hundred.magazine Support our sponsor: www.brandlinkmedia.com Hundred Magazine is a publication featuring 100 wildly capable women in Oklahoma City. Wildly…
 
“Green Washing” is a better recognized term than “Humane Washing” but it’s the same idea of claiming to be as good as your customers want to hear. Exaggerations or plain mistruths take liberty with the true facts of the matter. Farm Forward is one organization that is watching and calling out retailers and others in the food chains that they believ…
 
David Seitz, OFS, is a long-time professed member of the Secular Franciscan Order who holds an M.A. in theology from Sacred Heart Seminary in Detroit. He has written a book, available on line, called Come Let Us Worship: Reflections on the Words and Prayers of the Mass. He produces podcasts, videos, blogs, and speaks publicly, offering reflection f…
 
Wildly Capable Woman podcast is an interview series featuring honorees of Hundred Magazine. Buy your copy of Hundred Magazine at www.hundredmag.com Connect with us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/hundred.magazine Support our sponsor: www.brandlinkmedia.com Hundred Magazine is a publication featuring 100 wildly capable women in Oklahoma City. Wildly…
 
Food is changing. How will we eat? That’s the question posed in the Farm To Table Talk Clubhouse room to Troy Hooper a multi- business entrepreneur in the hospitality space with a consulting practice to build and scale emerging brands. Troy and Rodger Wasson are joined live in the Clubhouse room by a large group of members. Joining the conversation…
 
Wildly Capable Woman podcast is an interview series featuring honorees of Hundred Magazine. Buy your copy of Hundred Magazine at www.hundredmag.com Connect with us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/hundred.magazine Support our sponsor: www.brandlinkmedia.com Hundred Magazine is a publication featuring 100 wildly capable women in Oklahoma City. Wildly…
 
Nothing less than the future of the world is the focus of the gathering in Glasgow Scotland, known as COP 26. The California Secretary of Agriculture, Karen Ross was there to share the progress and goals of agriculture in California and from there talks with Farm To Table Talk host, Rodger Wasson.By Farm To Table Talk
 
Beth Hoffman was living the good life: she had a successful career as a journalist and professor, a comfortable home in San Francisco, and plenty of close friends and family. Yet in her late 40s, she and her husband decided to leave the big city and move to his family ranch in Iowa—all for the dream of becoming a farmer, to put into practice everyt…
 
To celebrate the Halloween season, Logan and Will call on former and future guests to tell them a scary story. Afterward, they are joined by Alec Berry to read ghost and folk stories from several great books such as The Telltale Lilac Bush. Alec reads an original piece written for the occasion. If you enjoyed it, you can see it and some of his othe…
 
The Chefs’ Manifesto is a chef-led project that brings together 1000+ chefs from around the world to help deliver a sustainable food system. As chefs bridge the gap between farm and fork, the Chefs’ Manifesto empowers chefs with a framework tied to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. This framework consists of simple, practical action…
 
Here's our pre-conversation with Matthew Cloud prior to the full interview. In this segment we talk a little bit about the Ubuntu distro, the ubuntu philosophy of computer science, and 4th and 5th generation tools for generating working code to solve computer science problems in the context of Matthew's role connected to a grant for cybersecurity e…
 
COVID disruptions again showed that instead of dependence on a few global meat conglomerates, States and Provinces need more small-scale slaughter and cut-and-wrap facilities -- creating skilled jobs throughout rural communities. The Biden Administration's commitment to increase fairness in livestock and poultry markets, and USDA’s new short-term f…
 
In our ideal world the best farming finds its way to the best restaurants. One of those journeys leads to Allora in Sacramento where the best things in life belong together, food and wine. Allora is the dream of a sommelier and a chef; husband and wife. Two partners who love Sacramento and are infatuated with Italy. Featuring over 250 wines, fresh …
 
"Experience is everything," says Gigi Berardi, Ph.D., author of Food Wise: A Whole Systems Guide to Sustainable and Delicious Food Choices, “We all eat, but we make different choices about what to eat and how.” Improving how we make these choices can mean the difference between continued frustration with what we put in our bodies and a more healthf…
 
Paul and Bill discussed computer education and cyber-security with Matthew Cloud, professor of the practice in the computer science program at Holy Cross College in Notre Dame, IN. Cloud has extensive experience in education, not only through classroom teaching at schools including Indiana’s Ivy Tech network of community colleges, but also through …
 
Rewilding can regenerate our relationship with nature/soil, sequester carbon, increase biodiversity, nourish foods and heal our communities. Rewilding is happening in Nelson County, Virginia with 100% grass-fed and finished cattle, heritage & holistically foraged pigs, and 100% grass-fed sheep on the Timshel Wildland --a 400-acre regenerative, proc…
 
World leaders have committed to tackling global hunger, climate change and biodiversity loss at an historic UN Food Systems Summit. More than 150 countries made commitments to transform their food systems, while championing greater participation and equity, especially amongst farmers, women, youth and indigenous groups. What is this global food sys…
 
Everything is changing down on the farm, except for the laws. How do farmers and ranchers keep up while they diversify in to direct to consumer sales, wedding sites, field dinners, local meat processing, pesticide drift, agri-tourism, cottage food, food safety liability, NIMBY neighbors, run off, carbon credits, etc? The trusty local lawyer may not…
 
A solo episode from Paul today inspired by the content of Wyoming Catholic College’s Deductive Reasoning in Science course (SCI 301). Greek arithmetic and the Pythagoreans The crisis of incommensurables (irrational numbers) The triumph of geometry over arithmetic Emphasis on axiomatic systems and proofs: Euclid Archimedes: physics within the Euclid…
 
In this episode, Logan and Will record live from Clientele! The recording was from Sunday, 9/12/21 after successfully opening Clientele Art Studio that Friday. Discussion topics include: everything that we somehow accomplished within seven days, how amazing the local community is and how supportive they've been, Chef Melissa's amazing bagels, the a…
 
Call it what you will, the climate is weird and getting more dangerous. Still reactive blanket prescriptions for changing the world's diets must take in to account that over 800,000 people are subsisting on incomes of $2 per day. In these areas the most serious threat is physical and cognitive stunting of up to 30% of the children due to poor diets…
 
The world can draw down all of our Carbon emissions if agriculture fully embraced regenerative agriculture. Soils must be regularly monitored by probing carbon levels because the more that is in the soil the less is in the atmosphere. These themes are promoted by the Chico Center for Regenerative Agriculture and Resilient Systems to reduce greenhou…
 
Hey everyone! With the opening of Clientele coming very soon, Logan and myself have not had anytime to sit down and interview anyone. While the original plan was to not release an episode this week, and write a blog post instead to explain what is going on behind the scenes, I found a few minutes and snuck over to Clientele and recorded a quick upd…
 
Global regenerative abundance is the goal and holistic management is the way to get there. It's an abstract perspective at first, but when coached to this vision by the Savory Institute's Global Network Coordinator, Abbey Smith we get the picture. The Savory Institute sets out to regenerate the world's grasslands and in that journey regenerates far…
 
Jordan Wales, PhD, who teaches theology at Hillsdale College in Michigan, spoke with Paul and Bill about his research at the intersection of robotics and religion. He discussed a compelling concern in the future relationship between human beings and technology. In particular, the concern, about which he spoke at the 2021 conference of the Society o…
 
To cook, farm or eat in a different way requires taking that first step. On Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Ben Glassen has taken first steps in regeneratively raising animals and providing them to consumers who are taking their own first steps, reaping the benefits of regenerative livestock production. Ben's approach includes leasing (or bor…
 
In this episode, we talked with the Artist and Framer extraordinaire, Amanda Carney. The North Wheeling local has always been involved with art, so when the chance to take over a frame shop popped up, she jumped at the chance. Discussion topics include: Wheeling's punk scene, Kid Pix, the perils of mural painting, dealing with loss, and video games…
 
COVID-19 forced thousands of farmers, fishermen, butchers, and food suppliers to make incredible changes that they had never imagined. Fortunately, in the emerging food chain, suppliers of all sizes can compete in the digital world at the intersection of technology and food. Joseph Lee, Co-Founder and CPO of Freshline shares the story of how new ve…
 
Welcome to this 130th episode of our podcast. Here’s a lively conversation between two geoscientists—testifying to the opportunities for Society of Catholic Scientists (SCS) members to enjoy discussions which are at once elevated by their personal values and grounded in their diverse, expert explorations of God’s creation. Paul spoke with Natasha T…
 
Word on Fire will be holding a Faith and Science Summit August 9-12 (starting tomorrow!). It will feature at least nine speakers, including the SCS' own Jonathan Lunine and Karin Oberg. Among the topics discussed will be - The history of the Church and science, including a wealth of details that get glossed over by the "conflict hypothesis" - Speci…
 
What does Social Science have to do with our food system? Professor Silvia Secchi a Social Scientist at the Public Policy Center at the University of Iowa believes it has a key role to play as is clear by her favorite quote from T. W Shultz, "It is especially the social sciences -economics, sociology and political science -which, if prosecuted with…
 
In this episode, we talked with the content creator, Richard Stewart. Purchasing his first pet tarantula as a way to conquer his fear of spiders, Richard now has over 150 tarantulas, is a full time Youtuber, and is the owner of The Tarantula Collective. The Collective started as an Instagram account then grew to Facebook. Now, Richard's Youtube cha…
 
If food insecure populations can't make it to food markets, bring it to them. With this idea and a grant from the California Department of Agriculture for a Farmers Market Food Truck, this is a dream come true in West Sacramento. Sara Bernal is the program manager for the West Sacramento Urban Farm Program and now with a vehicle the size of a tradi…
 
Food waste presents its own serious crisis. As awareness has risen about the impact of climate change on our environment, we are learning the significant role that food waste plays. In America, 40% of the food supply, from farm to table, is wasted. This excess food ends up in landfills where it creates methane gas, a major contributor to the warmin…
 
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