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In this episode we talk about the growing "faux" meat market and what it could mean for climate change and agricultural practices being used in the US.Lab Based/Plant Based companies discussed:Impossible Foods: https://impossiblefoods.com/food/Just: https://www.ju.st/en-us/stories/clean-meatBeyond Meat: https://www.beyondmeat.com/products/the-beyon…
 
We continue our discussion with local foraging enthusiast, Travis Grimler. In this episode we talk about the legality of foraging, Travis shares some of his favorite recipes, and we share some good references to turn to if you're interested in getting started in foraging.1) Samual Thayer's site https://www.foragersharvest.com/2) Green Deane's site …
 
A few weeks ago, we were able to sit down with local news reporter Travis Grimler, who is fanatical for foraging! We chatted with Travis for over 90 minutes and picked up so much good information, we were able to split the recording into two episodes. This is the first part.In this episode, we talk about proper foraging safety, nutrients vs calorie…
 
We're very fortunate here at Happy Dancing Turtle to have leaders who aren't afraid of getting their hands dirty. In this episode, we're able to talk with our Principal Executive Officer, Bob McLean, who also is the District Governor Elect for Rotary District 5580. We talk about the increasing problem of water scarcity in many parts of the world an…
 
Jim, Allison, and Chris went to the MDA Organic Conference last month and Sean Sherman was the keynote speaker. Jim took a shot and asked if Sean would be interested in speaking on Turtle Talks and to our surprise, he said yes!So, we're very excited to have Sean Sherman on this episode. More famously known through his non-profit organization The Si…
 
We had a blast this episode as we welcomed Michelle Hoefs and Nora Woodworth, both from the Sustainability & Stewardship branch of HDT. We talked about the nationwide concern of children not being engaged in nature and the outdoors. We discuss likely culprits, the importance of unstructured play time, what the benefits are, and organizations that c…
 
Coming up soon is Happy Dancing Turtle's annual sustainability event, Back to Basics. We've been putting this event together for 13 years, now and it just keeps getting bigger and better. You can register and get more information about B2B by going to https://www.happydancingturtle.org/index.php/programs/back-to-basics.htmlOur feature keynote speak…
 
We had the opportunity to interview Barb Kaufman, founder and manager of the Pine River Seed Library. She graciously took time to answer questions about beginning seed saving. She mentions several resources that you can look into if you're interested in learning more about seed saving. 1) www.communityseednetwork.org/home2) www.seedsavers.org3)The …
 
In our latest episode, we return to the deep dive on a single topic. This time, we talk about our favorite herbs and spices and how we grow, prepare, and use them in our favorite meals.Music used:1) Intro - What to Expect by Jake Bradford on album "Sharp"2) Gold Fish by Photoaxis on album "Gold Fish"3) Sun Bird by Geva Alon on album "Wall of Sound"…
 
In our 14th episode, we discuss what we did to put our garden space to bed. We also do a season-end review, bringing all the numbers and pounds of food produced.Music used in the episode:Intro - What to Expect by Jake Bradford1)I Believe in You by Polaris Rose (Album - The Waves Within)2)Toasting All My Life by Duce Williams (Album - Miami Folk)3)F…
 
This special episode of Turtle Talks is a Q&A with University of Minnesota hazelnut researcher Lois Braun. On the day of the recording, she and her tech assistant Connor planted fifty hazelnut plants in our south field. You can read more about her research at https://www.midwesthazelnuts.org/Additionally, Lois's important work as part of the Foreve…
 
The Garden Crew talks on the importance of seed saving, pepper varieties, our new campus chef (Chris), and our attempt at getting fresh local foods into local markets. Lots to cover! Music in this episode:Intro Music: What to Expect - Jake Bradford1)Gotta Sing Your Song - Brick Fields2) Morning Chill - Adi Levi3) Nobody but You - Befun (The Town Sh…
 
In our latest Summer Appetizer, we talk about some of the upcoming festivals taking place in the next couple of weeks, specifically the1) Harvest Dinner - https://www.sfa-mn.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/SummerTour2018FinalSmpdf.pdf2) Farm 2 Table Dinner - https://www.facebook.com/events/2173123272957145/3) Salsa Fest - https://www.visitstcloud.co…
 
In this episode, we talk about Allison's recent attendance to the Agroforestry Institute, how HDT utilizes agroforestry on campus, and what in the world are par-cel and garlic scapes.Allison's Blog on Agroforestry: https://happydancingblog.wordpress.com/2018/06/25/hdt-and-agroforestry/על ידי Happy Dancing Turtle
 
With the summer in full swing, we transition to our new format to give you more ideas of what we do (and to give us more time to do it!) Introducing "Garden Appetizer", a 20 minute episode focusing on the weekly to-do's in our garden.This week we talk on our CSA, Lois Braun and her Hazelnut research, the Shady Chicken Project, and snapping turtles.…
 
In our 7th episode, we discuss how we like to test our gardens and what we like to do if we don't like what we find. We go into the making and upkeep of proper compost. Notes: Gary Zimmer - http://www.midwesternbioag.com/leadership/gary-zimmer/Elaine Ingham - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elaine_InghamSoil Diversity Primer - http://www.envirothonpa…
 
In our sixth episode, we talk about the importance of keeping your soil covered, whether with a mulch or a cover crop. We share different ways to make this happen. We also talk a bit about the cold weather snap, mice troubles, and mushroom logs in our Garden Update.Notes: Ruth Stout Books - The Ruth Stout No-Work Garden Book, Gardening Without Work…
 
In our fifth episode, we tackle another pillar of Soil Health: Minimizing Soil Disturbances or tilling. We cover why it's important to keep roots in your soil and some best practices.Also, you'll get an update about what we're doing on campus as we deal with this bizarre spring.על ידי Happy Dancing Turtle
 
Happy Dancing Turtle is an NPO situated in central MN. Our mission is to inspire, encourage, & educate those looking to live more resilient. We go into depth on why diversity in your plants is best for your garden. Also, we introduce our first "Garden Update"על ידי Happy Dancing Turtle
 
Happy Dancing Turtle is an NPO situated in central MN. Our mission is to inspire, encourage, & educate those looking to live more resilient. We talk about how to get you garden started in the winter months and tips for getting ready to plant before the thaw.על ידי Happy Dancing Turtle
 
Happy Dancing Turtle is a NPO situated in central MN. Our mission is to inspire, encourage, & educate those looking to live more resilient. We talk about the importance of soil health and how to build your own healthy soil.על ידי Happy Dancing Turtle
 
Happy Dancing Turtle is a non-profit organization situated in central Minnesota. Our mission is to inspire, encourage, and educate those looking to live more resilient. In our first episode, we talk about how our demonstration garden is one of our best efforts to showcase our mission. Come get to know us!…
 
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