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208. Cowboy Crickets | Edible Insect Farming | James Rolin | Belgrade, MT

Cowboy Cricket Farms Cricket Gourmet Food

James Rolin and his family started Cowboy Cricket Farms in Belgrade about a year ago. After learning about bug nutrition at the Montana State University Bug Buffet. Now, they are farming millions of crickets. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

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Replay of 163. | FARMWORKS BUILDERS| Creating Green Jobs and Helping Green Entrepreneurs | Chris West | Ann Arbor, Michigan

FarmWorks Chris And Xiyam West

I hope your excited to learn about an innovator green job creator and advocate for sustainable agriculture who’s growing businesses Farmworks Ann Arbor and Farmworks Builders will inspire and excite you to know someone else out there is working to help change our world by educating communities, protecting our environment, creating jobs and growing healthy nutritious food all at the same time! Originally published Dec 26, 2016 Since I’ve been talking about deep beds I thought this was a good episode to play for the new year and the 2018 garden goals challenge! www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

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205. Whipporwill Farms SC | Humane Farming and Sustainable Agri-cation| Marissa Paykos | Pineland, South Carolina

Whippoorwill Farms

Humane Farming and Sustainable Agri-cation Marissa Paykos shares her journey of Whipporwill Farms SC while working full time and raising her daughter. www.orgaincgardenerpodcast.com

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Replay of episode 55: Jackie Marie Beyer | Host of the Organic Gardener Podcast, Educator, and Watercolor Artist | Organic Oasis in Fortine, MT

The Day I launched OGP (The Organic Gardener podcast :~))

Living at the Organic Oasis in NorthWest Montana Jackie Marie Beyer paints in her garden full of vegetables and flowers. She also host the organic gardener podcast. Replay of episode 55 originally posted on 2015/06/18 See full show notes at www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

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203. Why We Farm Stories of California Farmers | Elvira Di’Brigit | Capay Valley, CA

ElviraDi'Brigit

Why We Farm: Farmers’ Stories of Growing Our Food and Sustaining Their Business is a book for people who want to know the whole truth about life as a modern day farmer. Elvira Di’Brigit is the farmer’s wife and cat-herder at The Gettleshtetl Gardens, where they grow organic olives, walnuts, and much more. She has been a resident of the Capay Valley for over 15 years. Becoming familiar with the valley’s landscapes and people is what inspired her to write Why We Farm. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

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