EPISODE 296 | April 11, 2017

Greg Hart, The Family Farm

Greg Hart farms 1500 acres in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. He works on the property with his wife and 3…

EPISODE 295 | April 4, 2017

Erika Rumbley, The New Garden Society

Erika Rumbley is the Co-Founder and Director of The New Garden Society (TNGS). Each year The New Garden Society trains…

EPISODE 294 | March 28, 2017

Ildi Carlisle-Cummins, Cal Ag Roots Project

Ildi Carlisle-Cummins is Director of the Cal Ag Roots Project at the California Institute for Rural Studies. Cal Ag Roots…

EPISODE 293 | March 21, 2017

Robert Olivier, GrubTubs

Robert Olivier, founder of GrubTubs, Inc. invents and develops all aspects of insect based technologies, from conceptual design work to…

EPISODE 292 | March 7, 2017

Marie Hoff, Capella Grazing Project

Marie Hoff founded Capella Grazing Project in 2013. Using rare, heritage breed Ouessant sheep, she grazes in such unlikely spots…

EPISODE 291 | February 28, 2017

Locky Catron, Oggun Tractor

Locky Catron graduated from Iowa State University with an Agricultural Business degree and joined the three-person Cleber, LLC, team in…

EPISODE 290 | February 21, 2017

Thomas Baldwin, Ulua Palms Farm and Nursery

Tom Baldwin is the Farm Director of Ulua Palms Farm and Nursery in Makawo, HI. A permaculture designer and nurseryman,…

EPISODE 289 | February 14, 2017

Sara Day Evans, Accelerating Appalachia

Based in Kentucky and North Carolina, Sara Day Evans works through Accelerating Appalachia to advance the regenerative economy for North…

EPISODE 288 | February 7, 2017

Miles Teitge, Syringa Mountain School

Miles Teitge took his first steps in the old growth forests of Vashon Island, WA, and was transplanted to the…

EPISODE 287 | January 31, 2017

Michael Bologna, Green Lion Partners

Mike Bologna, CEO of Green Lion Partners, is a decisive and personable leader with a comprehensive background in supply chain…

EPISODE 286 | January 24, 2017

Jeff Conant, Friends of the Earth-US

Jeff Conant directs Friends of the Earth’s international forests program, which campaigns to protect forests and the rights of forest-dependent…

EPISODE 285 | January 17, 2017

Maddie Elling, Hosta Hill

Berkshire native Maddie Elling and her partner Abe Hunrichs run Hosta Hill, a Berkshire-based business growing and making lacto-fermented vegetables….

EPISODE 284 | January 10, 2017

Ben Dobson, Stone House Grain

Ben Dobson grew up in Hillsdale, New York, on a small organic farm and started his first agricultural business in…

EPISODE 283 | December 20, 2016

Dorn Cox, Tuckaway Farm

Dorn Cox, PhD, is an agriculturist, and farmer working his 250-acre diversified organic family farm in Lee, New Hampshire. He…

EPISODE 282 | December 13, 2016

Erica Frenay, Shelterbelt Farm & Cornell Small Farms Program

Erica Frenay manages 35 acres of sheep, cattle, ducks, orchard, apiary, and high tunnels at Shelterbelt Farm near Ithaca, NY,…

EPISODE 281 | December 6, 2016

Amanda Swinimer, Dakini Tidals Wild

Amanda Swinimer completed her BSc+ at Dalhousie University with an advanced major in Marine Biology and a minor in Oceanography….

EPISODE 280 | November 29, 2016

Graison Gill, Bellgarde Bakery

Graison S. Gill is the owner of Bellegarde, a commercial bakery and stone mill in New Orleans bound to local…

EPISODE 279 | November 22, 2016

Alexandra Hudson, Kaleidoscope Foods

Alexandra Hudson is a holistic chef, clinical herbalist, and regenerative food system advocate. In 2013 Alexandra founded Kaleidoscope Foods, a…

EPISODE 278 | November 15, 2016

Jonny Price, Kiva

Jonny leads Kiva’s work to reach financially excluded and socially impactful small business owners, artisans and farmers in the United…

EPISODE 277 | November 8, 2016

Becky Brand, Brandmoore Farm

Becky Brand, of Brandmoore Farm, joins today’s episode of Greenhorns Radio. Becky grew up in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, and later…

EPISODE 276 | November 1, 2016

Tristan Gooley, Natural Navigator

Tristan Gooley is a natural navigator and award-winning author of three of the world’s only books covering natural navigation. The…

EPISODE 275 | October 25, 2016

Alex Pino

Born and raised in Chicago, Alex Pino moved to New Mexico at age 20. After years working unfulfilling jobs and…

EPISODE 274 | October 18, 2016

Theo Wadman, Helios Farms

Theo Wadman grew up on a small farm raising livestock and worked in conventional agricultural and food industry jobs operating…

EPISODE 273 | October 11, 2016

Adam Nordell, Songbird Farm & Sassafras Stomp

Together with his partner Johanna Davis, Adam Nordell runs Songbird Farm, an organic vegetable and grain farm in Unity, ME….

EPISODE 272 | October 4, 2016

Brianna Bowman, National Incubator Farm Training Initiative

Brianna Bowman lives and works in Massachusetts, where she manages the National Incubator Farm Training Initiative, which supports the development…

EPISODE 271 | September 27, 2016

Robin Grey

This week on Greenhorns Radio, host Severine von Tscharner Fleming is joined by musician Robin Grey. Inspired by the timeless work…

EPISODE 270 | July 12, 2016

Nels Veliquette

Nels Veliquette lives in Victoria, British Columbia with his wife Michelle and son Axel. Raised in Michigan in the tart…

EPISODE 269 | July 5, 2016

JennaDee Detro of Cat Spring Tea

This week on Greenhorns Radio, Severine is joined by JennaDee Detro, Co-Founder and Head of Production of Cat Spring Tea. JennaDee has…

EPISODE 268 | June 28, 2016

Andre Entermann, Sunnyfield Farm Owner

Andre Entermann grew up in Southern California surfing, skateboarding, sailing and spearfishing.  After a stint in the U.S. Coast Guard…

EPISODE 267 | June 21, 2016

Dan Kittredge, Bionutrient Food Association

This week on Greenhorns Radio, Severine is joined by Dan Kittredge. Dan is the Founder and Executive Director of the Bionutrient Food…

EPISODE 266 | June 14, 2016

Jessika Tantisook, Starvation Alley Social Purpose Corporation

Jessika is a small business owner and food systems aficionado. As co-founder and CEO of Starvation Alley Social Purpose Corporation,…

EPISODE 265 | June 7, 2016

Brendon Rockey, Rockey Farms

Brendon Rockey is a third generation farmer from Center, CO.  He is currently managing the farm that his Grandpa started…

EPISODE 264 | May 31, 2016

Natalie Kilmer

Natalie Kilmer lives in Oakland, California where she owns and is the lead gardener for a socially minded, mini-farming and…

EPISODE 263 | May 24, 2016

Jack Motter of Ellwood Canyon Farms

Jack Motter and Jeff Kramer, owners of Ellwood Canyon Farms, are life-long friends who grew up in fourth generation farming…

EPISODE 262 | May 17, 2016

Russ Cohen

Until his retirement last summer, Russ Cohen’s “day job” was serving as the Rivers Advocate for the Massachusetts Department of Fish and…

EPISODE 261 | May 10, 2016

Robert Bauer and Jacob Marty

Robert Bauer joined Southwest Badger Resource Conservation and Development Council, Inc as the Grazing Broker on October 12, 2015.  As…

EPISODE 260 | May 3, 2016

Learner Limbach

Learner Limbach a committed leader in the local food and agriculture movement. He has been a farmer, an educator, a…

EPISODE 259 | April 26, 2016

Nikiko Masumoto

Born in the Central Valley of California, Nikiko Masumoto spent her childhood slurping over-ripe peaches on the Masumoto Family Farm…

EPISODE 258 | April 19, 2016

Allie Barker

Allie grew up in Ohio on her parents’ farm shoveling poop, climbing trees, and playing in the dirt. These formative years…

EPISODE 257 | April 12, 2016

Cory Carman

Cory grew up ranching on her family’s fourth-generation ranch in rural Oregon.  After graduating from Stanford University and working on…

EPISODE 256 | April 5, 2016

Marc Millitzer

Marc Millitzer is the owner and farmer of Tree of Life Gardens in Cuba City, Wisconsin. Marc grew up in…

EPISODE 255 | March 22, 2016

Dave Oien

On this week’s episode of Greenhorns Radio, Severine speaks with Dave Oien, a third generation farmer who continues to work his family’s land…

EPISODE 254 | March 15, 2016

Jason Angell and Jocelyn Apicello

Today’s guests on Greenhorns Radio, Jason Angell and Jocelyn Apicello, came to farming later in life, transitioning from white collar jobs…

EPISODE 253 | March 8, 2016

Effie Rawlings, Todd Darling and The Gill Tract Protest

This week on Greenhorns Radio, our guests are Effie Rawlings and Todd Darling. Todd and Effie were both involved in the Gill…

EPISODE 252 | March 1, 2016

Sage Dilts and Nathan Hodges of Barn Owl Bakery

Sage Dilts owns and operates Barn Owl Bakery alongside her husband, Nathan Hodges. After earning a B.A. in Community Planning…

EPISODE 251 | February 18, 2016

Farming in Alaska

On today’s episode of Greenhorns Radio, Megan Talley is coming to us from Spring Creek Farm in Alaska. Spring Creek…

EPISODE 250 | February 9, 2016

Rianne de Beer

This week’s featured farmer on Greenhorns Radio is Rianne de Beer. When Rianne de Beer was asked to come work as a ships cook for -what was supposed to…

EPISODE 249 | February 2, 2016

Evan Marks

Tune in for this week’s episode of Greenhorns Radio with guest Evan Marks. With his formal education and background in…

EPISODE 248 | January 19, 2016

John Chester

Greenhorns Radio‘s featured guest this week is John Chester. While elbow deep in a cow assisting a difficult birth, you’d…

EPISODE 247 | January 12, 2016

Ryan Power

Today’s featured guest is Ryan Power. Ryan Power farms where he grew up in Sebastopol, CA.  He attended the apprenticeship…

EPISODE 246 | January 5, 2016

Sonoko Sakai

This week’s featured guest is Sonoko Sakai. Soba noodle maker, advocate, cooking teacher, writer, film industry veteran-the diversely talented Sonoko…

EPISODE 245 | December 15, 2015

Matt Alward

This week’s featured guest on Greenhorns Radio is Matt Alward. Matt was born and raised in Berkeley, CA where he grew up…

EPISODE 244 | December 8, 2015

Suzanne Hunt

Suzanne Hunt founded Hunt Green LLC in 2007 in Wash­ing­ton DC and pro­vides strategic advis­ing on energy, agriculture, transportation, and…

EPISODE 243 | December 1, 2015

Lisa Murgatroyd

This week’s featured farmer is Lisa Murgatroyd. Lisa and her husband Jesse are owner operators of First Light Farm CSA in…

EPISODE 242 | November 24, 2015

Maddie O’Laire

Today’s featured guest is Maddie O’Laire. Maddie grew up in Dallas, Texas- a far cry from the Alaska wilderness. She booked…

EPISODE 241 | November 10, 2015

Linda Behnken

This week’s featured guest is Linda Behnken has been commercial fishing off Alaska for 30 years.  She crewed on longline…

EPISODE 240 | November 3, 2015

Duane Hyde

This week’s featured guest Duane Hyde. Duane Hyde has served as the Land Conservation Director at the Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire…

EPISODE 239 | October 13, 2015

Mike Sommer of Purple Sage Farms

This week’s featured farmer is Mike Sommer. Mike Sommer is an organic farmer in the Treasure Valley in Southwest Idaho….

EPISODE 238 | October 6, 2015

Mike Miles

This week’s featured farmer is Mike Miles. Mike  started the Anathoth Community Farm in 1986 as a center for the study…

EPISODE 237 | September 29, 2015

Mark Ressl

This week’s featured farmer: Mark Ressl Mark studied architecture in New York City focussing on restructuring the relationships among designers,…

EPISODE 236 | September 15, 2015

Jeremiah Vernon

This week’s featured farmer on Greenhorns Radio is Jeremiah Vernon. Jeremiah is a tenth generation New Hampshire native, having grown up in New London,…

EPISODE 235 | August 11, 2015

Anson Biller

This week’s featured farmer on Greenhorns Radio is Anson Biller. Raised in Eastern Massachusetts, gone west, and now returning, Anson…

EPISODE 234 | August 4, 2015

Brian Dewan

This week’s featured guest on Greenhorns Radio is Brian Dewan, a musician and visual artist living in Catskill, NY. He…

EPISODE 233 | July 28, 2015

Darby Weaver

This week’s featured farmer on Greenhorns Radio is Darby Weaver. After receiving her degree in Sustainable Agriculture from Sterling College…

EPISODE 232 | July 14, 2015

Seaweed with Tim van Berkel

This week’s featured farmer on Greenhorns Radio is Tim van Berkel. Tim is from Dutch origin and came to the…

EPISODE 231 | June 2, 2015

Gowan Batist

This week’s featured farmer is Gowan Batist. Gowan is a farmer, metalsmith and soil nerd. Born on the Mendocino Coast…

EPISODE 230 | May 26, 2015

Tyler Hess

This week’s featured farmer is Tyler Hess. Tyler has been an apprentice of various organic farms for several years, and…

EPISODE 229 | May 19, 2015

Mike Lewis

This week’s featured farmer on Greenhorns Radio is Mike Lewis. Since 2009, Michael Lewis has been a busy man. From…

EPISODE 228 | April 21, 2015

Lea Zeise

This week’s featured farmer is Lea Zeise. Lea is the descendant of Oneida women who have worked to improve their…

EPISODE 227 | March 31, 2015

Corrie Quinn, Goose the Market

This week’s featured farmer is Corrie Quinn of Goose the Market. Corrie Quinn is always hungry. After working in museums…

EPISODE 226 | March 24, 2015

Louisa Conrad

This week’s featured farmer is Louisa Conrad. Louisa Conrad owns and operates Big Picture Farm in Townshend, VT with her…

EPISODE 225 | March 17, 2015

Mary Mood y

Mary Moody is an organic grower and an organizer and activist around local food, food equity, and sustainable land use….

EPISODE 224 | March 10, 2015

Cebastien Rose

This week’s featured farmer is Cebastien Rose. Cebastien Rose is the Collective Coordinator and Seed Project Manager of Owl Peak…

EPISODE 223 | February 24, 2015

Alice Melendez Returns

Today’s featured farmer: Alice Melendez. Alice has found in Plowshares for Appalachia the chance to tie together threads from her…

EPISODE 222 | February 17, 2015

Hedda Brorstrom

Today’s featured farmer is Hedda Brorstrom. Hedda Brorstrom is the owner, farmer and florist at Full Bloom Flower Farm in…

EPISODE 221 | February 11, 2015

Emily Garrity / Twitter Creek Farm

Today’s featured farmer: Emily Garrity. Emily Garrity was born and raised in Fairbanks, Alaska. There she found her love for…

EPISODE 220 | February 3, 2015

Ginger Edwards

This week’s featured farmer is Ginger Edwards. Ginger Edwards is an organic farmer and owner of R-evolution Gardens. She began…

EPISODE 219 | January 20, 2015

Jared Zystro

Jared Zystro is Organic Seed Alliance’s research and education assistant director. He has a master’s degree in plant breeding and…

EPISODE 218 | January 13, 2015

Alice Melendez

Today’s featured farmer: Alice Melendez. Alice has found in Plowshares for Appalachia the chance to tie together threads from her…

EPISODE 217 | January 6, 2015

Rich Lee, Co

Today’s featured farmer: Rich Lee, Co – owner, Tender Soles Farm, Dresden, ME. Tender Soles Farm is a horse-powered, MOFGA…

EPISODE 216 | December 9, 2014

Rachel Britten

This week’s featured farmer on Greenhorns Radio is Rachel Britten. Rachel Britten was born to a farming family in the…

EPISODE 215 | December 2, 2014

Lorig Hawkins, Farm Manager at Farmshare Austin, Austin, TX

This week’s guest on Greenhorns Radio is Lorig Hawkins. Loris graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and soon…

EPISODE 214 | November 25, 2014

Michael H Shuman

This week’s featured guest: Michael H. Shuman. Michael H. Shuman is an economist, attorney, author, and entrepreneur, and Director of…

EPISODE 213 | November 19, 2014

Rachel Budde of Fat and the Moon

This week’s guest on Greenhorns Radio is Rachel Budde. She is the maker and creator of Fat and the Moon…

EPISODE 212 | November 4, 2014

Jonah Vitale

This week’s featured farmers are Jonah Vitale-Wolff and Leah Penniman. Leah Penniman is an educator, farmer, and food justice activist…

EPISODE 211 | October 28, 2014

Jim Joyner, Morning Side Farm, TN

This week’s featured farmer is Jim Joyner, Morning Side Farm, TN. 71 years of age. An electrical engineer by training;…

EPISODE 210 | October 14, 2014

Peter Giles

Today’s featured farmer: Peter Giles After living in Wyoming for a few years, in 2009, Peter moved with his wife…

EPISODE 209 | October 7, 2014

Ty Wolosin

Ty was born in Taos, New Mexico, graduated high school from Goldthwaite High School, and College from Texas State University-…

EPISODE 208 | September 30, 2014

Jon Magee

For seven years Jon Magee worked on organic vegetable farms in the Northeast. In 2012 he published Small Farm Equipment,…

EPISODE 207 | September 23, 2014

Micaela O’Herlihy

Micaela O’Herlihy and her 3 kids run a small ultra diverse farm and single mother sanctuary in the wilds of…

EPISODE 206 | September 16, 2014

Ruthie King

Ruthie King is the Farm Site Coordinator for the brand new Grange Farm School in Willits, California. She arrived in…

EPISODE 205 | September 9, 2014

Rebecca Burgess

This week’s featured farmer: Rebecca Burgess Rebecca Burgess is the Executive Director of Fibershed. She has 15 years of experience…

EPISODE 204 | September 2, 2014

Marada Cook and Leah Cook, Owners of Crown O’ Maine Organic Cooperative

This week’s featured farmers are Marada Cook and Leah Cook, Owners of Crown O’ Maine Organic Cooperative. This cooperative provides…

EPISODE 203 | August 26, 2014

Annie Salafsky

Annie Salafsky has been farming for over half her life now. She graduated from The Evergreen State College’s Sustainable Agriculture…

EPISODE 202 | August 19, 2014

Greg Schundler

Greg Schundler is an innovative and experienced sustainability professional. He founded the Cascadia Cargo Cooperative, which delivers fresh, local produce…

EPISODE 201 | August 12, 2014

Valerie Segrest

Valerie Segrest is a native nutrition educator who specializes in local and traditional foods. As an enrolled member of the…

EPISODE 200 | August 5, 2014

Garl Germann

This week’s featured farmer: Garl Germann, Montana Meat Collaborative, Bozeman, MT. Garl Germann was raised on a small family cattle…

EPISODE 199 | July 29, 2014

Michael Stenta

Michael Stenta is a computer programmer with a passion for farming, cultivation, and information. He has worked on farms in…

EPISODE 198 | July 22, 2014

Dan McManus

This week’s featured farmer: Dan McManus, Common Hands Farm, Hudson Valley, NY. Dan has lived much of his life in…

EPISODE 197 | July 15, 2014

Jan Lundberg

Jan Lundberg is a former oil industry supply analyst who left the industry to immerse himself in the environmental movement…

EPISODE 196 | July 8, 2014

Michael Sullivan

This week’s featured farmer is Mike Sullivan: Churchill Orchard Manager, picker, tour guide, weeder, legal counsel, bricoleur, grafter, security guard,…

EPISODE 195 | June 24, 2014

Mary Bricker & Noah Jackson

Today’s featured farmers: Mary Bricker & Noah Jackson Mary Bricker is an ecologist with a passion for natural history and…

EPISODE 194 | June 17, 2014

Peasants’ Plot

Julia and Todd met in 2002 around a barbecue in the backyard of a Chicago apartment. Todd revealed his “not…

EPISODE 193 | June 4, 2014

Nolan Thevenet

Nolan Thevenet is the owner of Stryker Farm in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. He is a first generation farmer,…

EPISODE 192 | May 27, 2014

Peter Allen

This week’s guest on Greenhorns Radio is Peter Allen is an ecologist turned farmer focused on restoring functional and productive…

EPISODE 191 | May 20, 2014

Jeffrey Ellis and Rebecca Beidler, Peace of Earth Farm Owners

Jeffrey Ellis and Rebecca Beidler, Peace of Earth Farm Owners, Albany, VT Jeffrey Ellis and Rebecca Beidler have owned and…

EPISODE 190 | May 13, 2014

Linda McCullough Decker

This week’s featured farmer: Linda McCullough Decker Linda McCullough Decker is currently serving as a trustee and board member of…

EPISODE 189 | May 6, 2014

Rory Beyer

This week’s featured farmer: Rory Beyer, Co-Owner of Beyercrest, LLC, Rollingstone, MN. Rory Beyer is a recently married 35 year-old…

EPISODE 188 | April 29, 2014

Devin Shea

Devin Shea, MSU Agriculture Grad Student, MI Devin Shea is a 20-something that has dedicated his adult life to the…

EPISODE 187 | April 23, 2014

Jason Bradford

Jason Bradford’s journey to Farmland LP wound through college classrooms, South American forests, and California farm fields. A PhD in…

EPISODE 186 | April 15, 2014

Wes Jones

This week’s farmer: Wes Jones Wes Jones got his first taste of organic farming in 2012 while traveling through South…

EPISODE 185 | April 8, 2014

Antonia Partridge & Farmer Education

Antonia Partridge is Director for the newly formed California State Grange School of Agricultural Arts. She began teaching agriculture at…

EPISODE 184 | April 1, 2014

Dan Hobbs

This week’s featured young farmer: Dan Hobbs Dan Hobbs is a cooperative development specialist with the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union…

EPISODE 183 | March 25, 2014

Tyler Henderson

This week’s young farmer is Tyler Henderson. As Farm Manager at Growing Places Indy, Tyler oversees all aspects of our…

EPISODE 182 | March 18, 2014


Jean-Martin Fortier and his wife Maude-Hélène Desroches are the founders of Les Jardins de la Grelinette, a micro-farm located in…

EPISODE 181 | March 11, 2014

Josh Volk

Josh Volk been farming in the Northwest, Southwest, Northeast and California for the past 15 years since branching out from…

EPISODE 180 | March 4, 2014

Cameron Molberg

Cameron Molberg joined Coyote Creek as General Manager in April 2010, after several years in restaurant management including the founding…

EPISODE 179 | February 25, 2014

Sam Mudge

Sam started farming the family land in 2010 after working on several farms around the state of Maine. One of…

EPISODE 178 | February 18, 2014

Bob McFarland

Bob McFarland, is serving his 3rd term as President of the California State Grange. Formed in 1867, the Grange is…

EPISODE 177 | February 11, 2014

Nathan McClintock

Nathan McClintock is Assistant Professor of Urban Studies & Planning at Portland State University. A geographer focusing on urban agriculture…

EPISODE 176 | February 4, 2014

Charlie Johnson

Charlie Johnson is the director of the Community Integration for Training and Employment (CITE) program at Toledo GROW’s Botanical Garden…

EPISODE 175 | January 29, 2014

Heather Retberg

Heather Retberg and her husband Phil first met as young children in Mexico, where their fathers were missionaries. Led through…

EPISODE 174 | January 21, 2014

Neil Bertrando

Neil Bertrando lives with his family in Reno, NV on the edge of the Great Basin and the Sierra Nevada…

EPISODE 173 | January 14, 2014

Cari Rincker

Cari Rincker is the owner of Rincker Law, PLLC, a national general practice law firm concentrating in food and agriculture…

EPISODE 172 | January 9, 2014

Robin Kohanowich

Robin is the Coordinator and lead instructor for the Sustainable Agriculture Program at Central Carolina Community College. In this capacity,…

EPISODE 171 | December 17, 2013

Owen Hablutzel

Owen Hablutzel is a consultant, educator, and group-facilitator performing international work with a range of clientele to radically amplify practical…

EPISODE 170 | December 10, 2013

Easy Bean Farm

Easy Bean Farm is owned and managed by Michael Jacobs, his wife Malena Arner Handeen, daughter Hazel (13), and son…

EPISODE 169 | December 3, 2013

The Charm Farm

Mike Kwasniewski is in his third year of farming in his hometown of Beverly, West Virginia. Coming back home after…

EPISODE 168 | November 26, 2013

Rio Grande Community Farm

Rio Grande Community Farm is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that farms in Albuquerque on public land (the Los Poblanos Fields Open…

EPISODE 167 | November 20, 2013

Tammy Horn

Tammy Horn was born in Harlan County, KY, on March 21, 1968. Her parents taught history and English; both maternal…

EPISODE 166 | November 13, 2013

Nolan Calisch

Nolan Calisch is a farmer, photographer, artist, and educator, residing in Portland, OR. Nolan and his farming partner, Chris Seigel,…

EPISODE 165 | November 5, 2013

Amanda Austin of Cardo’s Farm Project

A Denton native who has been inspired by her family heritage in farming since early childhood, Amanda Austin earned her…

EPISODE 164 | October 29, 2013

Lee Rinehart of Pennsylvania Certified Organics

Lee Rinehart has been Pennsylvania Certified Organic’s Director of Education and Outreach since the summer of 2011, where he is…

EPISODE 163 | October 15, 2013

Geese with Wesley Bascom & David Huck

Wesley Bascom grew up on a working dairy farm in the verdant valleys of the Connecticut River. He studied Ecological…

EPISODE 162 | October 9, 2013

Duke Phillips IV

Duke Phillips IV was born in Santa Fe New Mexico but has lived in Colorado for 23 years. Duke is…

EPISODE 161 | August 20, 2013

Little Peace Farm

Little Peace Farm is a 20 acre, intensive family farm offering chemical-free produce, cut flowers, fruit and herbs, and pastured…

EPISODE 160 | August 13, 2013

Muriel Olivares

Muriel Olivares was born in Cordoba Argentina and moved to South Florida as a child with her family. She grew…

EPISODE 159 | August 6, 2013

Jennie Merkel

Jennie Merkel has always been interested in food. While in high school Jennie would look forward to the new issue…

EPISODE 158 | July 30, 2013


Severine von Tscharner Fleming is talking with Kyla Smith and Willa Paterson about farming in Central Pennsylvania and FarmFest! Be…

EPISODE 157 | July 9, 2013

Joel Salatin

Joel Salatin, 56, is a full-time farmer in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. A third generation alternative farmer, he returned to the…

EPISODE 156 | July 2, 2013

Vermont’s Agriculture Secretary, Chuck Ross

Chuck Ross was appointed as the Secretary of the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food, and Markets by Governor Peter Shumlin…

EPISODE 155 | June 25, 2013

Dr. Sasha Kramer and Soil

Dr. Sasha Kramer is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods (SOIL). Sasha is an ecologist and…

EPISODE 154 | June 18, 2013

Clare Sullivan of Feedback Farms

Clare Sullivan of Feedback Farms is currently the Environmental Coordinator of the Millennium Village project in the Tropical Agriculture and…

EPISODE 153 | June 4, 2013

Pilar Reber & Sunnyside Organic Seedlings

Sunnyside Organic Seedlings was founded in 2004 by Vernay ‘Pilar’ Reber, a graduate of the UC Santa Cruz Center for…

EPISODE 152 | May 21, 2013

Joe Bossen of Vermont Bean Crafters

Joe Bossen is the founder of Vermont Bean Crafters. Originally interest in renewable energies while attending Green Mountain College, Bossen…

EPISODE 151 | May 14, 2013

Saundra Ball

Saundra Ball is in her third year of farming, having first apprenticed on a vegetable farm in Texas before moving…

EPISODE 150 | May 7, 2013

Greenhorn Audio Almanac: Luke Gran

Once again, Severine Von Tscharner Fleming is digging into the Greenhorn archives. In this episode of the “Young Farmer Policy…

EPISODE 149 | April 30, 2013

Greenhorn Radio

Once again, we’re digging into the Greenhorn archives, and revisiting the 2012 Farm Bill. Annette Higby, from the New England…

EPISODE 148 | April 23, 2013

Greenhorn Audio Almanac: Charlotte Carter

This week on Greenhorn Radio, we’re digging into the archives of the Greenhorn Audio Almanac to bring you an interview…

EPISODE 147 | April 9, 2013

Chris Elder of Viva Farms

Viva Farms is a farm incubator for new and Latino farmers, but they also maintain a large production farm. Produce…

EPISODE 146 | April 2, 2013

Kelly Mulville

For the past 25 years Kelly has managed and consulted with vineyards, farms and ranches throughout the western USA, Spain,…

EPISODE 145 | March 26, 2013

Justin Rich of Burnt Rock Farm

Burnt Rock Farm is owned by Justin Rich and Lindsay Lyman-Clarke. Justin runs the day to day operations of the…

EPISODE 144 | March 19, 2013

Gavin Raders

Gavin Raders is a co-founder and Executive Director of Planting Justice, a social justice activist, and a permacuture demonstrator/teacher. He…

EPISODE 143 | March 5, 2013

Ann Riordan of Cayuga Pure Organics

Born and raised north of Boston, Anne Riordan spent her childhood highly invested in music, horses, and athletics. After her…

EPISODE 142 | February 26, 2013

Mary Russ of Serenity Acres

Answering the call of the Earth, Mary Russ decided one day to leave college in order to become a farmer….

EPISODE 141 | February 19, 2013

Julia Olmstead

Julia Olmstead is a senior associate in the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy’s Rural Communities Program. She works on…

EPISODE 140 | February 12, 2013

Chaya Lipkind

Chaya Lipkind holds a B.S. in Liberal Arts from The New School and a Certificate in Sustainable Agriculture from the…

EPISODE 139 | February 5, 2013

Sean Dembrosky of Edible Acres

Sean Dembrosky, 32, owns and operates the ‘Edible Acres’ project just north of Trumansburg NY (www.edibleacres.org). Formally educated in the…

EPISODE 138 | January 29, 2013

Solomon Sweeting of Sweeting Ranch

Solomon is a first generation, beginning farmer in Loyalton, CA. After growing up in the 70s exposed to small scale…

EPISODE 137 | January 22, 2013

Adam Huggins

Adam Huggins is a collectivist, (im)permaculturalist, herbalist, musician, and analog filmmaker living in the Bay Area, a sweater of the…

EPISODE 136 | January 15, 2013

Erik Andrus of The Vermont Sail Freight Project

Erik Andrus is farmer, writer, and inveterate tinkerer living in Vermont’s Champlain Valley. A lifelong student of traditional approaches to…

EPISODE 135 | January 8, 2013

Mike Bowman of Groundswell Farm

Mike Bowman and Maria Reynolds named their Groundswell Farm after their farming ideology and the topography of the 7 acres…

EPISODE 134 | December 18, 2012

Waste with Tristram Stuart

Tristram Stuart is the winner of the international environmental award, The Sophie Prize 2011, for his fight against food waste….

EPISODE 133 | December 11, 2012

Ryan Sitler

Ryan lives in Asheville, NC and has spent past 2 years working at Hickory Nut Gap Farm where production was…

EPISODE 132 | December 4, 2012

Nancy Grove of Old Path Farm

Nancy Grove is frequently asked why her farm is named Old Path Farm. “I chose that name because I am…

EPISODE 131 | November 27, 2012

Jeremy Andrews of Sprout Urban Farms

The idea for Sprout Urban Farms germinated in 2009 when a citizen approached Jeremy Andrews (far right), a community organizer,…

EPISODE 130 | November 20, 2012

John Place of Keepsake Farm & Dairy

John and his wife Amanda are new farmers who run a raw milk dairy which also produces ice cream, yogurt…

EPISODE 129 | November 13, 2012

Danielle Nierenberg

Danielle Nierenberg, an expert on sustainable agriculture, currently serves as Project Director of the Nourishing the Planet project for the…

EPISODE 128 | October 23, 2012

Roy Cowherd of Buster Creek Farm

Buster Creek Farm owns 160 acres but farm about 800 now, 100% Angus/Hereford beef cattle. They mainly lease and restore…

EPISODE 127 | October 16, 2012

Sarah Edmonds of Good Work Farm

Sarah Edmonds and Anton Shannon completed The Seed Farm Apprenticeship program in 2010 and in 2011 launched Good Work Farm,…

EPISODE 126 | October 9, 2012

Shelterbelt Farm with Erica Frenay

Shelterbelt Farm is owned and managed by Craig and Erica and their young children Rowan and Phoenix. Started as a…

EPISODE 125 | October 2, 2012

Joe Morris of Morris Grassfed Beef

Joe Morris, with his wife Julie, has owned and operated Morris Grassfed Beef since 1991 when Joe took over the…

EPISODE 124 | September 25, 2012

Anastasia Rabin Returns

Anastasia is back on Greenhorn Radio! Anastasia started her career as a seasonal agricultural worker at the age of 17…

EPISODE 123 | September 18, 2012

Sunny Meadows Flower Farm

This week’s guest on Greenhorn Radio is Gretel Adams of Sunny Meadows Flower Farm in Ohio. Steve and Gretel didn’t…

EPISODE 122 | September 11, 2012

Tina Bartsch of Walking J Farm

Born in Saskatchewan, Canada on a big ag grain pig farm. Tina has a B.A in Native Studies and B.Ed…

EPISODE 121 | September 4, 2012

Hannah Rae Murphy

Hannah Rae Murphy grew up on a small farm in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula with a large garden, sheep, chickens, pigs…

EPISODE 120 | August 28, 2012

Prairie Crossing Farm

Logan Beausoleil is the Farm Educator at Prairie Crossing Learning Farm in Grayslake, IL. The Learning Farm is part of…

EPISODE 119 | August 21, 2012

Grant Schultz

This week’s guest on Greenhorn Radio is Grant Schultz. Grant is a farmer, farmhacker, and writer known for his seed…

EPISODE 118 | August 14, 2012

Sebastian Aguilar

Sebas­t­ian Aguilar is the Farm Pro­gram Direc­tor and Course Instruc­tor at the Greenbank Farm Training Center. He and his wife…

EPISODE 117 | August 7, 2012

Dan Fillius

After five years as an outdoor educator Dan Fillius changed careers to organic farming. He is glad he shifted, and…

EPISODE 116 | July 31, 2012

Vivian Lehrer Stadlin of Eden Village Camp

Vivian Lehrer Stadlin is a founding director of Eden Village Camp in Putnam Valley, New York. She grew up in…

EPISODE 115 | July 24, 2012

Jessica Schmidt, New Farmer Project & Vermont Women’s Ag Network

Jessie Schmidt is a coordinator for the UVM Extension New Farmer Project and the Vermont Women’s Ag Network. The Vermont…

EPISODE 114 | July 17, 2012

Greg Asbed of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers

Greg Asbed is a Co-Founder of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW), a worker-based human rights organization. He works with…

EPISODE 113 | July 10, 2012

Courtney Banach

Courtney Banach has been spending time around Shelburne Farms for almost her whole life. About to enter her junior year…

EPISODE 112 | July 3, 2012

Stacey Murphy of BKFarmyards

Stacey is the founder of BKFarmyards, a coalition of experienced urban farmers dedicated to expanding food justice through agricultural production…

EPISODE 111 | June 26, 2012

Megan Paska

Megan Paska grew up gardening with her mother and grandmother in Maryland, and spent her summers on her family’s 450-acre…

EPISODE 110 | June 19, 2012

Anna Duhon and Ginny Moore

Ginny Moore hails from the suburbs of Philadelphia. She studied agriculture and the environment (among other things) at McGill University,…

EPISODE 109 | June 12, 2012

Paul Cross

Paul Cross is the founder and head grower of Charybda Farms in Arroyo Hondo, New Mexico. He grows organic heirloom…

EPISODE 108 | June 5, 2012

Steph Larsen

Steph Larsen lives in Lyons, Nebraska, where she works full time for the Center for Rural Affairs, a non-profit that…

EPISODE 107 | May 29, 2012

Darina Allen of Ballymaloe Cookery School

Owner of the Ballymaloe Cookery School in Shanagarry, Co Cork, Ireland, Darina Allen is a teacher, food writer, newspaper columnist,…

EPISODE 106 | May 22, 2012

Anastasia Rabin

Anastasia started her career as a seasonal agricultural worker at the age of 17 when a series of fateful events…

EPISODE 105 | May 15, 2012

Tim Corcoran of Twin Eagles Wilderness School

Tim is a Change Agent, Cultural Creative, and Nature-based Mentor. He currently serves as co-Director of Twin Eagles Wilderness School,…

EPISODE 104 | May 8, 2012

Reba Epler

Reba Epler grew up on her family’s ranches and farm in Tie Siding and Hillsdale, Wyoming. They raise commercial cattle,…

EPISODE 103 | May 1, 2012

Mimi Arnstein of Wellspring Farm

Wellspring Farm is owned and managed by farmer Mimi Arnstein (pronounced “Mi-mee”; rhymes with “Jimmy”). Mimi has been growing organically…

EPISODE 102 | April 24, 2012

David Rowley of Monkshood Nursery

David and Melinda Rowley, along with their daughter Sorrel, are the farmers at Monkshood Nursery and Gardens. David attended Hadlow…

EPISODE 101 | April 17, 2012

Michael Meier & Brooklyn Grange

On this episode of Greenhorn Radio, Severine interviews Michael Meier from the Brooklyn Grange Farm in Long Island City, Queens….

EPISODE 100 | April 10, 2012

Amy McMillin

This week on Greenhorn Radio, Severine talks with Amy McMillin. Amy grew up on the front range of Colorado and…

EPISODE 99 | April 3, 2012

Dan McManus

This week on Greenhorn Radio, Severine talks with Dan McManus of Common Hands Farm in Hudson, NY. Dan has lived…

EPISODE 98 | March 27, 2012

Jacob Cowgill of Prairie Heritage Farm

This week on Greenhorn Radio, our hostess Severine von Tscharner Fleming interviews Jacob Cowgill of Prairie Heritage Farm outside of…

EPISODE 97 | March 13, 2012

C.J. Sentell, Ecotone Farm, Joelton, Tennessee

CJ Sentell is a farmer at Ecotone, just outside Nashville, Tennessee. At Ecotone farm, they raise pastured eggs and poultry,…

EPISODE 97 | March 20, 2012

Ben Abell

Ben is a full-time and part-time organic farmer. By day he works as the Organic Farm Manager for the University…

EPISODE 96 | March 6, 2012

Orren Fox

This week on Greenhorn Radio, Severine interviews 15 year-old Orren Fox, a chicken farmer and beekeeper from outside of Boston….

EPISODE 95 | February 28, 2012

Catherine Winters

Roots & Wisdom, an urban organic gardening, youth and community development program of Cornell Cooperative Extension in Schenectady, New York,…

EPISODE 94 | February 21, 2012

Learner Limbach

Learner has been farming and gardening on Orcas Island for the past 7 years, where he is now homesteading, grazing…

EPISODE 93 | February 14, 2012

Mandala Farm

Genio Bertin and Sara Faull own and operate Mandala Farm in Gouldsboro, Maine, 8 miles from the Schoodic section of…

EPISODE 92 | February 7, 2012

Bob St. Peter

Bob is the director of Food for Maine’s Future and a family farmer living in Sedgwick, Maine. He serves on…

EPISODE 91 | January 31, 2012

Sleeping Frog Farms

Sleeping Frog Farms is an intensive 75-acre farm nestled in the Cascabel corridor of the San Pedro River Valley. Founded…

EPISODE 90 | January 24, 2012

Brotha’ P

Peteh Muhammad Haroon, affectionally known as Brotha’ P, is an inspirational Spoken Word Performance and recording artist and native of…

EPISODE 89 | January 17, 2012

Andy Schwartz

Andy doesn’t think he’s a farmer in the sense that most people would recognize, but he cares about compost as…

EPISODE 88 | January 10, 2012

Marci Miller

An Idaho farm girl, Marci found her roots after meeting her partner Greg and traveling the world together. After graduating…

EPISODE 87 | November 22, 2011

Seed and Cycle

Vinnie has been farming in the Washington, DC beltway, in Prince George’s County, for five years. He started designing and…

EPISODE 87 | December 13, 2011

Tim Biello of Greyrock Farm

Tim Biello began farming in 2006 at a vegetable CSA in the Hudson Valley of New York. For the past…

EPISODE 86 | November 15, 2011

Clinton Lindsey

Clinton is a young farmer interested in bringing sustainable farming practices to his farm in Corvallis, Oregon. He and his…

EPISODE 85 | November 8, 2011

Jake Shapleigh

Jake has been working on farms since he was thirteen. He lives on his own family’s farm, raises beef cows…

EPISODE 85 | December 6, 2011

Henry Lau, Windermere Organic Garden in Vancouver, B.C., Canada

Henry Lau is 17 years old and in Grade 12 at Windemere Secondary School in Vancouver, British Columbia. He belongs…

EPISODE 84 | November 1, 2011

Cycle Farm

In August, Jeremy and Trish bought a three acre piece of land just outside of Spearfish, South Dakota. What was…

EPISODE 83 | October 25, 2011

Anna Evans

Anna E. Evans-Goldstein grew up watching her father garden and her mother keep their house green with plants. She spent…

EPISODE 82 | October 11, 2011

McKenzie Ditter

McKenzie and her fiance Jamie have been trying to start a farm for three years, but due to troublesome landlords,…

EPISODE 81 | August 18, 2011

Sheepscot General

This week on Greenhorn Radio, Severine talks with Taryn of Sheepscot General, a general store in Maine, and who also…

EPISODE 80 | August 12, 2011

Molly Nakahara

Molly Nakahara founded Dinner Bell Farm in 2010 with Paul Glowaski and Cooper Funk. She is an educator, urban agriculture…

EPISODE 79 | August 4, 2011

Tomm Becker

Tomm Becker started farming due to his desire for adventure and loved it from the moment he began. While he…

EPISODE 78 | July 28, 2011

Renae Haug

Renae’s interest in food began while working summers in Alaska in the commercial fishing industry. Although very different from growing…

EPISODE 77 | July 21, 2011

Matt Volz

Matt Volz was born in Washington, D.C. and grew up in Cazenovia, NY and Philadelphia. He attended Middlebury College in…

EPISODE 76 | June 9, 2011

Zach Zink

Zach Zink graduated with a bachelor’s degree in religion from Saint Olaf College in 2003. He worked at Holden Village…

EPISODE 75 | June 5, 2011

Noah Kai Shitama

Noah Shitama has been cultivating his knowledge of sustainable, community-based agriculture for over 8 years now, practicing on a small…

EPISODE 74 | May 26, 2011

Michael Tevlin

Michael Tevlin grew up in Lake Oswego and worked in many varied jobs before becoming interested in agriculture, including being…

EPISODE 73 | May 19, 2011

Tanya Tolchin

Tanya Tolchin and her husband Scott Hertzberg run a small diversified vegetable, flower, and herb farm called Jug Bay Market…

EPISODE 72 | April 7, 2011

Molly Rockamann

The farm is the oldest organic farm in the state of Missouri, and possibly even west of the Mississippi. Settled…

EPISODE 71 | March 31, 2011

Scott Chichester

Scott Chichester, Production Manager at Nash’s Organic Produce, was raised in Sequim. He liked to garden and was curious about…

EPISODE 70 | March 24, 2011

Karyn Williams

Karyn Williams is the owner and operator of Red Dog Farm. Karyn has been farming since 1998 and first started…

EPISODE 69 | March 17, 2011

Matthew Jose

Matthew Jose got his first taste of the farming life while tending livestock and running various educational programs at Overlook…

EPISODE 68 | March 10, 2011

Eric Herm

Eric Herm grew up on a cotton farm near Ackerly, Texas. He left the farm to pursue other interests, traveling…

EPISODE 67 | February 17, 2011

BR Shute

BR Shute of Hearty Roots Farm

EPISODE 66 | February 10, 2011

Neysa King

Neysa King of Green Gate Farm in Austin TX.

EPISODE 65 | February 3, 2011

Josh Morgenthau

Greenhorn Radio is back! Tune in this week Severine is joined by Josh Morgenthau of FishKill Farm. Fishkill Farms is…

EPISODE 64 | January 6, 2011

Blair Randall

to be aired

EPISODE 63 | December 16, 2010

Amber Reed

This week’s guest on Greenhorn radio is farmer Amber Reed. Severine met Amber at the Young Farmers Conferene @ Stone…

EPISODE 62 | December 2, 2010

Kristin Kimball

Join Severine for another episode of Greenhorn Radio; chronicling the life and times of the young farmers in our country….

EPISODE 61 | November 18, 2010

Samuel Karlin

to be aired

EPISODE 60 | November 11, 2010

Erin Bullock

This week Severine checks in with Erin Bullock of Mud Creek Farm in Victor, NY. Tune in and hear the…

EPISODE 59 | November 4, 2010

Sandor Katz

This week on Greenhorn Radio Sev spoke to Sandor Katz from Tennesee, a internationally recognized master of fermentation. Sandor’s goal…

EPISODE 58 | September 16, 2010

Houston Wilson

This week on Greenhorns Radio Sev speaks to agro-ecologist Houston Wilson. Wilson discusses the primary goal of his science: eliminating…

EPISODE 57 | September 9, 2010

Ann Larkin Hansen

This week on Greenhorns Radio Sev spoke to Ann Larkin Hansen, author of “The Organic Farming Manual”. Hansen was frustrated…

EPISODE 56 | September 2, 2010

Mother Plants Nursery

This week on Greenhorn Radio Sev speaks to Marguerite of Mother Plants Nursery in upstate NY. Mother Plants specializes in…

EPISODE 55 | August 26, 2010

Jarrett Man

This week on Greenhorns Radio Sev speaks with Jarrett Man of Stone Soup Farm in Belchertown, MA‎. Jarret speaks on…

EPISODE 54 | August 19, 2010

Growing Washinton

This week on Greenhorn Radio Sev speaks to Clayton Burrows of the non-profit Washington State organization Growing Washington. Growing Washington…

EPISODE 53 | August 12, 2010

Falling Sky Farm

This week on Greenhorn Radio Sev speaks to Cody Hopkins of Falling Sky Farm in Marshal Arkansas. Cody speaks on…

EPISODE 52 | August 5, 2010

Richard Wiswall

Richard Wiswall

EPISODE 51 | July 8, 2010

Sarah Petranek

This week on Greenhorn Radio Sev spoke with Sarah Petranek, former radiologic technologist and current blueberry farm proprietor. Sarah conveys…

EPISODE 50 | July 1, 2010

Andrew Mariani

This week on Greenhorn Radio Sev celebrated her 50th show and spoke to Andrew Mariani of Scribe Winery. Learn about…

EPISODE 49 | June 24, 2010

James Graves

This week on Greenhorn Radio, Severine talks to James Graves.

EPISODE 48 | June 17, 2010

Green Gulch Farm

This week on Greenhorns Radio Sev speaks to Sarah Jane of Green Gulch Farm in Marine County, CA. Listen to…

EPISODE 47 | June 10, 2010

Seed Investors Project

This week on Greenhorn Radio Sev speaks to Kasey White and Jeff Brodey of Lonesome Whistle Farms plus Andrew Still…

EPISODE 46 | June 3, 2010

Natsuko Uchino

Sev speaks to Natsuko Uchino about her Green County farm in Cornwallville, and about the link between being an artist…

EPISODE 45 | May 27, 2010

Judith Winfrey

Severine speaks to Judith Winfrey of Love is Love Farm about her harrowing experience with a storm that put 5…

EPISODE 44 | May 20, 2010

Kipchoge Spencer

Severine talks with Kipchoge Spencer of of Xtracycle and Worldbike this week on Greenhorn Radio.

EPISODE 43 | April 29, 2010

Tim Van Wagner

Sev speaks to Tim Van Wagner, a master agrarianist calling from the Sierra foothills.

EPISODE 42 | April 22, 2010

Trevor Clatterbuck

This week’s guest on Greenhorn Radio is Trevor Clatterbuck.

EPISODE 41 | April 15, 2010

Island Meadow Farms

This week’s guest on Greenhorn Radio is Island Meadow Farms.

EPISODE 40 | March 25, 2010

Megan Fenton

This week Severine talks with Megan Fenton.

EPISODE 39 | March 18, 2010

Tim Heuer

Severine talks with Tim Heuer of Common Ground.

EPISODE 38 | March 11, 2010

Dan Machin

Sev speaks to Dan Machin of Lone Acre Farm, a farm in Long Island that is literally a lone acre!

EPISODE 37 | March 4, 2010

Drake Forum

Severine is live from the Drake Forum!

EPISODE 36 | February 18, 2010

Zone7 Farms

This week Sev speaks with Mikey from Zone7 farms.

EPISODE 35 | February 11, 2010

Arion Thiboumery

This week’s guest on Greenhorn Radio is Arion Thiboumery.

EPISODE 34 | February 4, 2010

Brooke Budner

Brooke Budner is this week’s guest on Greenhorn Radio.

EPISODE 33 | January 26, 2010

Alex Gifford

On this week’s episode of Greenhorns Radio, Severine interviews Alex Gifford of Wilton, Connecticut about his baseball field-turned-farm.

EPISODE 32 | January 21, 2010

Suko Presseau

On this week’s episode of Greenhorn Radio, Severine interviews Suko Presseau to talk about the intersecting worlds of farming and…

EPISODE 31 | January 3, 2010

Casey Knapp

On this week’s episode of Greenhorn Radio, Severine interviews Casey Knapp of Cobblestone Valley Farm.

EPISODE 30 | December 17, 2009

Mustard Seed Farms

On this week’s Greenhorn Radio, Severine interviews Arion of Mustard Seed Farms about starting a small farm in Iowa, and…

EPISODE 29 | December 6, 2009

Melanie Crawford

On this week’s installment of Greenhorn Radio, Severine takes us to Missouri to visit with Melanie Crawford of Butterfly Hill…

EPISODE 28 | December 1, 2009

Tom Stearns

On this week’s episode of Greenhorn Radio, Severine interviews Tom Stearns of High Mowing Organic Seeds in the field from…

EPISODE 27 | November 15, 2009

Tycho Dan

On this week’s episode of Greenhorn Radio, Severine takes the show to upstate New York to visit with Tycho Dan…

EPISODE 26 | November 9, 2009

Olivia Sargeant

On this week’s Greenhorn Radio, Severine takes the show to Athens, Georgia to visit with Olivia Sargeant, co-owner of Farm…

EPISODE 25 | November 1, 2009

Ray Sprague

On this week’s episode of Greenhorn Radio, Severine interviews Ray Sprague of Edgewater Farm, a family-owned and operated farm in…

EPISODE 24 | October 5, 2009

Brooke Silvaggio

On this week’s Greenhorn Radio, Severine interviews Brooke Silvaggio of Bad Seed Farm in Kansas City, Missouri. The two discuss…

EPISODE 23 | September 28, 2009

Benjamin Shute

On this week’s Greenhorn Radio, Severine interviews Benjamin Shute, co-owner of Hearty Roots Farm in Tivoli, NY. Ben talks about…

EPISODE 22 | September 7, 2009

Eric Hoffman

On this week’s episode of Greenhorn Radio, Severine interviews Eric Hoffman of Hoffman Farms in Trenton, Missouri. Eric runs an…

EPISODE 21 | August 30, 2009

Anya Kamenskaya

On this week’s Greenhorn Radio, Severine interviews Anya Kamenskaya, Greenhorn intern and event planner. Anya touches on her work at…

EPISODE 20 | August 24, 2009

Ambika Conroy

On this week’s Greenhorn Radio, Severine interviews Ambika Conroy, Australian crocheter and rabbit farmer, about creating Sports Illustrated cover bikinis,…

EPISODE 19 | August 16, 2009

Paula Manolo

On this week’s episode of Greenhorn Radio, Severine talks to Paula Manolo of Heart Arrow Ranch about biodynamic farming in…

EPISODE 18 | August 9, 2009

Amy Franceschini

On this week’s Greenhorn Radio, Severine visits with Amy Franceschini, artist, food activist, and new media guru.

EPISODE 17 | August 3, 2009

Ethan Roland & John Good

On this week’s Greenhorns Radio, Severine talks with Ethan Roland of Appleseed Permaculture and John Good of Quiet Creek Farm…

EPISODE 16 | July 27, 2009

Sam Comfort

Sam Comfort is this week’s guest on Greenhorns Radio.

EPISODE 15 | July 23, 2009

Jules Emory

This week on Greenhorn Radio, Severine talks to hunting enthusiast Jules Emory about hunting traditions, & blood lust.

EPISODE 14 | July 13, 2009

John Clark

On this week’s Greenhorn Radio, Severine interviews John Clark of Applecheek Farm in Vermont about raw milk, its soaring prices…

EPISODE 13 | July 6, 2009

Annie Novak

This week’s Greenhorn Radio features Annie Novak of the New York Botanical Gardens, who also works on a Greenpoint roof…

EPISODE 12 | June 29, 2009

Meg Gardner

On this week’s Greenhorn Radio, Severine interviews Meg Gardner, of Pete’s Greens, about Vermont CSA’s, the burgeoning town of Hardwick,…

EPISODE 11 | June 23, 2009

Jude Becker

Eat them to save them: Severine talks with Jude Becker, sustainable agriculture advocate and breeder of heritage pork.

EPISODE 10 | June 14, 2009

Josh Harden

Severine in conversation with Josh Harden of Laughingstock Farm in Arkansas. Talking points include big vs. small-scale production and the…

EPISODE 9 | June 8, 2009

Nora Saks

Severine scouts out a new talent in the young farming movement, Nora Saks, of the Poughkeepsie Farm Project.

EPISODE 8 | June 2, 2009

Mike Bosworth

Severine interviews veteran Northern California rice farmer, Mike Bosworth.

EPISODE 7 | May 28, 2009

Ken Greene

Severine talks with seed scientist Ken Greene, co-founder of the Hudson Valley Seed Library

EPISODE 6 | May 12, 2009

Nik Bertulis

Severine interviews Nik Bertulis, an Oakland-based scientist and farmer researching and engineering ways to make use of urine in agricultural…

EPISODE 5 | May 4, 2009

Kevin Skvorak

Severine interviews Kevin Skvorak of Regeneration CSA in High Falls, NY. Regeneration CSA is a community supported farm growing with…

EPISODE 4 | April 30, 2009

Jacob Cowgill

Severine interviews Jacob Cowgill, innovative dryland vegetable grower and new farm owner!

EPISODE 3 | April 23, 2009

Lisa Hamilton

Severine talks with Lisa Hamilton, author of “Deeply Rooted,” a survey of unconventional American farmers, due out in May.

EPISODE 2 | April 16, 2009

Rusty Davis

Severine chats with Rusty Davis live from The Golden Gate Bridge! Rusty subverts conventional wisdom on topics ranging from permaculture,…

EPISODE 1 | April 9, 2009

Antonio Roman Alcala

Our First Show! Severine interviews Antonio Roman Alcala, San Francisco based activist and farmer who spearheaded an effort to revive…

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