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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 27 – Working at the “Radical Center”

Working at the “Radical Center” How do adversaries find common ground? How do they work together to find common goals an interests? Food from the Radical Center: Healing our Land and Communities by Gary Paul Nabhan is about food and land conservation, and its lessons...

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Episode 25 – Pasturemap: High tech on the range

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Episode 24 – Practicing regenerative agriculture

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Episode 23 – Planting the seeds of local agriculture

Planting the seeds of local agriculture Bill McDorman is executive director of the Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance in Ketchum, Idaho, and co-founder of the Seed School. We discuss the rapidly-growing seed-saving movement, and its benefits for a more sustainable and local...

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Episode 21 – Eating wild foods in the industrial age

Eating wild foods in the industrial age What’s the difference between one head of lettuce and another? A lot, journalist Jo Robinson tells us. The foods we eat that are freshest and closest to their wild ancestors are healthier and can prevent many of the chronic...

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