Joel Salatin On The Next Generation of Farmers. Starting Out, Interning, Mentoring, and Partnering with Existing Farmers. (PVP015)

[blockquote cite=”Joel Salatin” type=”center”]”If you can get it where farm equity is now not in stationary highly capitalized infrastructure, then your equity is now loaded in management and customers.  And when the equity of your farm is in your ability to manage something and market something, then the farm becomes portable.”[/blockquote] [x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed] Joel Salatin of…

Darren Doherty on Agriculture, Regrarianism, and Why Regenerative is Better than Sustainable (PVP013)

“You have to be blue before you’re green and black” meaning you need water before you can grow vegetation and get cash flow, and you need water before you can be profitable and put some carbon into storage in the soil. [x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed] Darren Doherty of Heenan Doherty & Regrarians.org joins me from Australia to talk…

Where Traditional Ranching Goes Wrong. A Different Approach. Building Soil, Healing the Land and Raising High Quality Food with Rotational Grazing. (PVP012)

[blockquote cite=”Doniga Markegard” type=”center”]”I came to the cattle ranches and I saw so much more wildlife diversity and so many more species that I didn’t see on land that had been rested for 15 years and had not had that grazing disturbance.”[/blockquote] [x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed] Doniga Markegard of Markegard Family Grass-Fed comes on the show to talk…

Permaculture Based Business. Growing Mushrooms, Building Soil, and Shooting to Gross $100,000 Per Acre. (PVP011)

[x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed] What if you could gross $100,000 per acre in a small sustainable agriculture operation? You could make a good living and/or you could afford to pay someone a decent wage.  If you can gross roughly $2.50 per square foot, per year, then that translates into a gross revenue of $100,000 per acre, per year. …

Raising Heritage Breed Livestock and Venturing into Farming with Cathy Payne (PVP010)

[blockquote cite=”Cathy Payne” type=”center”]”Heritage breeds are traditional livestock breeds that were raised by our forefathers. These are the breeds of a bygone era, before industrial agriculture became a mainstream practice.”[/blockquote] [x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed] Cathy Payne of Broad River Pastures joins me to talk about heritage breed livestock, holistic farming, and her journey into farming that began in…

Larry Santoyo, Paul Wheaton & Ben Falk, The First Shout Speakers a Preview in 3 Great Permaculture Videos.

How diverse is permaculture? Take a look at these videos and find out. If you aren’t familiar with our three great speakers, you can learn more about them here through these videos.  Each presenter brings a unique perspective and experience set to permaculture. From cast iron skillets to rice paddies in the northeast to community…