Tag Archive for: Organic Farming

Episode 239. Good Things Come in Small Packages: A Look at Small-Frame Cattle

Cattle come in all sizes, and small cattle may be just right…
Basket of fruit
CanvaPro

Growing Hemp for Fiber

Hemp can be grown for many purposes, one of which is to produce…
organic Magness pears with leaves on treeNCAT
A farmer and his child walk through a wheat field
A farmer hands a box of food to a customerCanva Pro

Episode 263. Feeding the World: Localism, Ecological Resilience, and Farmer Agency

In this episode of Voices from the Field, NCAT Agriculture Specialists Nina Prater and Lee Rinehart compare the “feed the world” narrative to another narrative centered around “food sovereignty” and discuss what farmers, organizations, and governments can do to enable communities to achieve that sovereignty.
Nina Prater and Lee Rinehart
hands holding soil in crop field

Episode 260. Rising Fertilizer Costs. Look to History for Answers 

In this episode of Voices from the Field, NCAT Specialists Nina…
vegetables in basket

Episode 258. Everything Old is New Again, Exploring Indigenous and Traditional Agriculture Methods, Part 1

In this episode of Voices from the Field, NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialists Felicia Bell and Justin Duncan begin a conversation about farming techniques passed down through generations of indigenous people and how those practices have similarities around the world.
Felicia Bell and Justin Duncan
Colorful red and yellow organic tomatoes

Episode 256. Organic Pioneer Michael O’Gorman on Vegetable Production for Profitability, Part 2

This episode of Voices from the Field is the second part of a conversation between NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist Mike Lewis and Michael O’ Gorman, an organic farming pioneer and founder of the Farmer Veteran Coalition.
Mike Lewis and Michael O’ Gorman
Colorful red and yellow organic tomatoes

Episode 255. Organic Pioneer Michael O’Gorman on Vegetable Production for Profitability

This episode of Voices from the Field is the first of a two-part conversation with organic farming pioneer and founder of the Farmer Veteran Coalition Michael O’Gorman. For 50 years, Michael has spearheaded some of the country’s most influential farming ventures. In this part of the conversation, he and NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist Mike Lewis talk about Michael’s history and how good planning and record keeping can help farmers cope with rising prices for inputs and supplies.
Mike Lewis and Michael O’Gorman

Episode 242. Understanding the Organic Certification Process

In this episode of Voices from the Field, Martin Guerena, a sustainable agriculture specialist with the National Center for Appropriate Technology’s western regional office in Davis, California, speaks with Sean Feder, director of inspection operations for California Certified Organic Farmers.
Martin Guerena and Sean Feder

Tag Archive for: Organic Farming

Episode 239. Good Things Come in Small Packages: A Look at Small-Frame Cattle

Cattle come in all sizes, and small cattle may be just right…
Basket of fruit
CanvaPro

Growing Hemp for Fiber

Hemp can be grown for many purposes, one of which is to produce…
organic Magness pears with leaves on treeNCAT
A farmer and his child walk through a wheat field
A farmer hands a box of food to a customerCanva Pro

Episode 263. Feeding the World: Localism, Ecological Resilience, and Farmer Agency

In this episode of Voices from the Field, NCAT Agriculture Specialists Nina Prater and Lee Rinehart compare the “feed the world” narrative to another narrative centered around “food sovereignty” and discuss what farmers, organizations, and governments can do to enable communities to achieve that sovereignty.
Nina Prater and Lee Rinehart
hands holding soil in crop field

Episode 260. Rising Fertilizer Costs. Look to History for Answers 

In this episode of Voices from the Field, NCAT Specialists Nina…
vegetables in basket

Episode 258. Everything Old is New Again, Exploring Indigenous and Traditional Agriculture Methods, Part 1

In this episode of Voices from the Field, NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialists Felicia Bell and Justin Duncan begin a conversation about farming techniques passed down through generations of indigenous people and how those practices have similarities around the world.
Felicia Bell and Justin Duncan
Colorful red and yellow organic tomatoes

Episode 256. Organic Pioneer Michael O’Gorman on Vegetable Production for Profitability, Part 2

This episode of Voices from the Field is the second part of a conversation between NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist Mike Lewis and Michael O’ Gorman, an organic farming pioneer and founder of the Farmer Veteran Coalition.
Mike Lewis and Michael O’ Gorman
Colorful red and yellow organic tomatoes

Episode 255. Organic Pioneer Michael O’Gorman on Vegetable Production for Profitability

This episode of Voices from the Field is the first of a two-part conversation with organic farming pioneer and founder of the Farmer Veteran Coalition Michael O’Gorman. For 50 years, Michael has spearheaded some of the country’s most influential farming ventures. In this part of the conversation, he and NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist Mike Lewis talk about Michael’s history and how good planning and record keeping can help farmers cope with rising prices for inputs and supplies.
Mike Lewis and Michael O’Gorman

Episode 242. Understanding the Organic Certification Process

In this episode of Voices from the Field, Martin Guerena, a sustainable agriculture specialist with the National Center for Appropriate Technology’s western regional office in Davis, California, speaks with Sean Feder, director of inspection operations for California Certified Organic Farmers.
Martin Guerena and Sean Feder

Tag Archive for: Organic Farming

Episode 239. Good Things Come in Small Packages: A Look at Small-Frame Cattle

Cattle come in all sizes, and small cattle may be just right…
Basket of fruit
CanvaPro

Growing Hemp for Fiber

Hemp can be grown for many purposes, one of which is to produce…
organic Magness pears with leaves on treeNCAT
A farmer and his child walk through a wheat field
A farmer hands a box of food to a customerCanva Pro

Episode 263. Feeding the World: Localism, Ecological Resilience, and Farmer Agency

In this episode of Voices from the Field, NCAT Agriculture Specialists Nina Prater and Lee Rinehart compare the “feed the world” narrative to another narrative centered around “food sovereignty” and discuss what farmers, organizations, and governments can do to enable communities to achieve that sovereignty.
Nina Prater and Lee Rinehart
hands holding soil in crop field

Episode 260. Rising Fertilizer Costs. Look to History for Answers 

In this episode of Voices from the Field, NCAT Specialists Nina…
vegetables in basket

Episode 258. Everything Old is New Again, Exploring Indigenous and Traditional Agriculture Methods, Part 1

In this episode of Voices from the Field, NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialists Felicia Bell and Justin Duncan begin a conversation about farming techniques passed down through generations of indigenous people and how those practices have similarities around the world.
Felicia Bell and Justin Duncan
Colorful red and yellow organic tomatoes

Episode 256. Organic Pioneer Michael O’Gorman on Vegetable Production for Profitability, Part 2

This episode of Voices from the Field is the second part of a conversation between NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist Mike Lewis and Michael O’ Gorman, an organic farming pioneer and founder of the Farmer Veteran Coalition.
Mike Lewis and Michael O’ Gorman
Colorful red and yellow organic tomatoes

Episode 255. Organic Pioneer Michael O’Gorman on Vegetable Production for Profitability

This episode of Voices from the Field is the first of a two-part conversation with organic farming pioneer and founder of the Farmer Veteran Coalition Michael O’Gorman. For 50 years, Michael has spearheaded some of the country’s most influential farming ventures. In this part of the conversation, he and NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist Mike Lewis talk about Michael’s history and how good planning and record keeping can help farmers cope with rising prices for inputs and supplies.
Mike Lewis and Michael O’Gorman

Episode 242. Understanding the Organic Certification Process

In this episode of Voices from the Field, Martin Guerena, a sustainable agriculture specialist with the National Center for Appropriate Technology’s western regional office in Davis, California, speaks with Sean Feder, director of inspection operations for California Certified Organic Farmers.
Martin Guerena and Sean Feder