e.40: Chris Marquardt on Living His Beekeeping Dream

Chris Marquardt always wanted to be a beekeeper. In his thirties, he went to a school and became one. Herein, he tells me about bee school, the differences between large- and small-scale beekeeping, colony collapse disorder, and why he loves bees so damn much. 

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e.38: Carol Miles on Small-scale Dry Bean Production

This episode, WSU extension specialist Carol Miles returns to talk about dry beans and why they could be a good bet for your farm.

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e.34: Successful Culinary Herb Production in your Farm Operation

Veteran farmer Chris Blanchard built a thriving culinary herb business on his Iowa Farm, and thinks you can, too. In this episode Chris makes the case for focusing on herbs, and discusses the proper sourcing, and subsequent propagation, of herb cuttings. 

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The Podcast, e.33: Nathanael Johnson on the GMO Debate

This episode: Nathanael Johnson, a journalist who writes for Grist, discusses his recently published blog series about the GMO debate, entitled Panic-Free GMOs. 

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