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On Pasture Magazine: bringing science to the farm

Kathy Voth is founder, publisher, editor, and writer for On Pasture, an online magazine full of practical articles for farmers and ranchers. It is the most read grazing magazine out there. Kathy was a recipient of Quivira’s Radical Center Award for Research because she does the important work of translating science into a language that is more easily usable by the people working the land. Her goals are to help farmers and ranchers to increase profits, become better land stewards, and be part of the revitalization of rural communities. Kathy is tireless in her dedication to making reliable information on a variety of topics available for free as well as in connecting people and communities in the world of agriculture.

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Episode 100 – Restoring the global water cycle

Episode 100 – Restoring the global water cycle

With the best of intentions and technological innovation, we have broken the world’s water cycle. Now, says water expert Sandra Postel, we need to work with nature in order to restore it—if we want to survive, thrive, and, well, eat.

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Episode 97 – The deep history of apples

Episode 97 – The deep history of apples

Orchardist Gordon Tooley knows apple trees–and has been cultivating rare and heirloom varieties for three decades. But for him it’s as much about the landscape and lifestyle as about the product. We talk about living slowly, observing closely, and promoting healthy land, water, wildlife, and human communities.

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Episode 92 – Busting myths about beef

Episode 92 – Busting myths about beef

Nicolette Hahn Niman was an environmental lawyer and vegetarian when she married a rancher—so she has a unique and broad-based perspective on agriculture. We discuss the new edition of her book, Defending Beef: The Ecological and Nutritional Case for Meat.

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Episode 90 – Welcome to Cowgirl Camp!

Episode 90 – Welcome to Cowgirl Camp!

Beth Robinette grew up on a ranch but didn’t expect to stay there. But then she got so interested in food system and regenerative practices that now she’s ranching, developing new business models, and teaching the ropes to the next generation of ranchers.

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