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Lucy Maude is a cowboy & artist (it happens). We're gonna talk about how a lot of agriculture is more performance art than an earnest attempt to make a living. It explains a lot about ag's financial and environmental problems, and so help me, turns out drag is probably the best critical lens there is for agriculture.Language rated C for Cowboy.…
 
Today we're going to talk cleaning up the food system. If you've been listening to Farm to Taber long, you probably know I think a lot of the "save the world" branding in the sustainability industry is just greenwashing. I think the Equitable Food Initiative is legit. We're going to talk about how it works.…
 
Rebecca Seidel is a young farmer, making a way for herself to stay in agriculture by making cheese. Making cheese, butter, and other dairy products at the farmstead level has been women's work for hundreds of years. In addition to cheese, Rebecca serves up info on dairy life, economics, and what dairying has to do with feminism: a LOT.This episode …
 
Rebecca Seidel is a young farmer, making a way for herself to stay in agriculture by making cheese. Making cheese, butter, and other dairy products at the farmstead level has been women's work for hundreds of years. In addition to cheese, Rebecca serves up info on dairy life, economics, and what dairying has to do with feminism: a LOT.I know I said…
 
Josh Specht is a historian of beef. We talk about how ranching started out dominated by corporations & family ranches took over later, the rise of the Chicago meatpackers, and how the beef industry is still shaped more by what it's used to doing thanks to its history than by what makes sense today.על ידי Farm to Taber Podcast
 
Deb Krol is a journalist from the Xolon (Jolon) Salinan tribe of Central California. Now based in the US Southwest, Debra covers a lot of indigenous agriculture.That includes the traditional scale that most folks would probably think of, but there are also a lot of larger Native-owned modern operations that make up a major part of the US food syste…
 
Travis Higginbotham has an extremely niche job: he's a trainer for cannabis growers. It's a pretty straightforward plant to grow in a backyard or closet. But as the crop legalizes and greenhouses and indoor grows get larger, normal crop issues like IPM (integrated pest management), worker safety, and sustainability come to the fore. So in the inter…
 
Travis Higginbotham has an extremely niche job: he's a trainer for cannabis growers. It's a pretty straightforward plant to grow in a backyard or closet. But as the crop legalizes and greenhouses and indoor grows get larger, normal crop issues like IPM (integrated pest management), worker safety, and sustainability come to the fore. So in the inter…
 
Caitlin Rosenthal is a former McKinsey consultant turned historian of business practices, teaching at UC-Berkeley. Her recent book Accounting for Slavery traces how US business culture and practices were not born in the Industrial Revolution and northern factories as commonly believed, but on Southern and Caribbean plantations. She can be found on …
 
Caitlin Rosenthal is a former McKinsey consultant turned historian of business practices, teaching at UC-Berkeley. Her recent book Accounting for Slavery traces how US business culture and practices were not born in the Industrial Revolution and northern factories as commonly believed, but on Southern and Caribbean plantations. She can be found on …
 
Patrick Wyman is a historian and host of the Tides of History podcast. He grew up in eastern Washington doing a lot of construction & farm jobs. Hope you have as much fun listening as we did comparing notes on rural bosses throughout the ages.על ידי Farm to Taber Podcast
 
Patrick Wyman is a historian and host of the Tides of History podcast. He grew up in eastern Washington doing a lot of construction & farm jobs. Hope you have as much fun listening as we did comparing notes on rural bosses throughout the ages.על ידי Farm to Taber Podcast
 
Joe Swartz is a 4th generation farmer who started using hydroponics back in its early days—the 1980s—to help keep his family’s small farm open. Some thirty years later, it’s the longest-running hydroponic operation in the US northeast. Joe’s main job now is training new growers. In a hydro industry that’s full of hot new tools, Joe’s a great witnes…
 
Joe Swartz is a 4th generation farmer who started using hydroponics back in its early days—the 1980s—to help keep his family’s small farm open. Some thirty years later, it’s the longest-running hydroponic operation in the US northeast. Joe’s main job now is training new growers. In a hydro industry that’s full of hot new tools, Joe’s a great witnes…
 
Mike McGolden is an engineer who builds equipment for making biochar. We talk about the drama of getting new green technologies ready to use, and the additional drama of convincing people to use it once it’s ready.על ידי Farm to Taber Podcast
 
Mike McGolden is an engineer who builds equipment for making biochar. We talk about the drama of getting new green technologies ready to use, and the additional drama of convincing people to use it once it’s ready.על ידי Farm to Taber Podcast
 
Chris Summers is Global Director of Food Safety and Compliance for Mission Produce—an avocado company. Every organization needs people like Chris in them to, as we say in the world of safety professionals, make sure shit doesn't get crazy. Some companies use that person better than others. I’ve done some work with Mission and liked what I saw, so t…
 
Chris Summers is Global Director of Food Safety and Compliance for Mission Produce—an avocado company. Every organization needs people like Chris in them to, as we say in the world of safety professionals, make sure shit doesn't get crazy. Some companies use that person better than others. I’ve done some work with Mission and liked what I saw, so t…
 
Saadia Muzaffar is a tech person based in Toronto. This podcast, we talk about what we can learn about “software eating the world” from that one time colonial agriculture ate North America.People, books, & orgs mentioned in this podcast: TechGirls Canada https://www.techgirls.ca/Tech Reset Canada https://www.techresetcanada.org/Melissa & John Night…
 
Saadia Muzaffar is a tech person based in Toronto. This podcast, we talk about what we can learn about “software eating the world” from that one time colonial agriculture ate North America.People, books, & orgs mentioned in this podcast: TechGirls Canada https://www.techgirls.ca/Tech Reset Canada https://www.techresetcanada.org/Melissa & John Night…
 
This segment of the interview was recorded while I was still traveling around for field season & didn’t have access to the usual recording setup. Everything's perfectly audible but the sound quality is a little rustic. iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/farm-to-taber/id1418015843?mt=2Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/farm-to-taber-podcast…
 
Keri Leigh Merritt is a historian who studies how white supremacy fucks over everyone including white people. We had a good time.iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/farm-to-taber/id1418015843?mt=2Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/farm-to-taber-podcastRSS subscribe: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:432549147/sounds.rssPatr…
 
This episode takes us on a brief global history of biochar and poop. Listen and find out what sewage history has to do with warfare, early globalization, organic certification, and beer.iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/farm-to-taber/id1418015843?mt=2Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/farm-to-taber-podcastRSS subscribe: http://feeds.sound…
 
Michelle Allison is a nutritionist who teaches her clients how to eat to be healthy and feel strong, wherever that takes them—rather than trying to make their body look a certain way. Her website is http://www.fatnutritionist.com/ and she can be found on twitter at @fatnutritionist.iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/farm-to-taber/id1418015…
 
Michelle Allison is a nutritionist who teaches her clients how to eat to be healthy and feel strong, wherever that takes them—rather than trying to make their body look a certain way. Her website is http://www.fatnutritionist.com/ and she can be found on twitter at @fatnutritionist. iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/farm-to-taber/id141801…
 
This episode is a deep dive into the people side of agriculture. Farm to Taber talks with criminologist Alex Tepperman about systematic bad decisions in criminal justice, and how these decisions played out in the past and today. In the second half, we take on the difficulty of making *good* decisions.…
 
What do donuts, cars, and grassed beef have in common? Careful design- not just for the final product, but careful design of the process used to make them."How They're Made" VideosDunkin Donuts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVDdjrr670oKrispy Kreme: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rn0XsW2l4d4Duck Donuts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjaCcm9-_E…
 
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