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From the Archives: Conservation Chat Podcast with Farmer Sally Hollis

The Conservation Chat podcast is taking a break for the next few months, but I would like to take you back through our archives on a tour of the “Best of the Conservation Chat Podcast.” There are 38 great podcast episodes to choose from – what’s your favorite? First up on the “Best of” list […]

104. FFS! We had the answer 9 years ago!

LINKS

CONTACT:  podcast@worldorganicnews.com

 

Podcast Like a Pro: mrjonmoore.com

 

FREE .PDF One Square Metre Garden: square@worldorganicnews.com

 

Blog: www.worldorganicnews.com

 

Ground Control

Broadcast: 15/02/2009 5:35:41 PM

Reporter: Pip Courtney

http://www.abc.net.au/tv/programs/landline/old-site/content/2008/s2490568.htm

 

Optimising Carbon in the Australian Landscape http://wentworthgroup.org/2009/10/optimising-carbon-in-the-australian-landscape/2009/

King Corn

http://www.kingcorn.net/

 

Earl Butz

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earl_Butz

 

This is the World Organic News for the week ending the 19th of February 2018.

Jon Moore reporting!

 

As I discussed last week with the new vision statement for the podcast and blog, “Decarbonise the air, recarbonise the soil.”, in mind I’m calling on my listeners to put forward ideas for an interview episode once a month. If you know anyone who is doing either part of the vision, I’d love to hear from them or, indeed, from you if you are on the front line doing the work.

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103. Loving Your Soil – The ecology of weeds.

LINKS

CONTACT:  podcast@worldorganicnews.com

 

Podcast Like a Pro: mrjonmoore.com

 

FREE .PDF One Square Metre Garden: square@worldorganicnews.com

 

Blog: www.worldorganicnews.com

 

Organic Gardener Podcast  episode 17.

 

This is the World Organic News for the week ending the 12th of February 2018.

Jon Moore reporting!

Following on from last week and the new vision statement for the podcast and blog, “Decarbonise the air, recarbonise the soil.” I’m calling on my listeners to put forward ideas for an interview episode once a month. If you know anyone who is doing either part of the vision, I’d love to hear from them or, indeed, from you if you are on the front line doing the work. Continue reading