Urban Homestead Radio

Urban Homestead Radio

The Urban Homestead is a family operated and highly productive city farm. Through sustainable lifestyle choices, the Urban Homestead has become a successful, real-life working model for sustainable agriculture and self-reliant living in a metropolis. The Urban Homestead project has been featured in multiple news medias, both nationally and internationally.... Show More

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February 11, 2020 35 min
In this episode, Anais chats with a fellow Los Angeles farm couple, Eric Tomassini and Ali Greer of Ave 33 Farms.  Eric & Ali share the story of how they are transforming a hillside into a productive farm.  In addition, they discuss the challenges of starting a farm and selling their produce.
Learn more @ https://www.ave33farm.com/ or follow them on Instagram @ave33farm
 
 
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In this episode, Anais chats with writer and activist Kelly Tatham about post industrial concept of "love" and what's it got to do with climate change.  Kelly discusses the modern concept of love and how it defines our consumer driven culture.
 
Kelly Tatham is a filmmaker, photographer, writer, poet, and multi-dimensional collage artist. She believes that insecurity is the root of all evil, and therefore radical honesty ...
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In this episode, we get a state of the garden report from Justin. He talks about the 2019 growing season and how he manages healthy soil.
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In this episode, we chat with Occidental College student Ivy who is part of the colleges' new internship program that places students to help volunteer at local non profits.
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In this episode, we chat with one of the volunteers and farm box customer, Brady Walker. He shares what it's like to help out around the Urban Homestead enjoying the fruits of his labor by also supporting our farm box program.
 
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AltaPasa Green Circle grew out of one woman’s passion for inspiring others to start a zero-waste journey. As a Transition Pasadena core member, Michiko Lynch recognized that change starts at the community level. She started a zero-waste educational outreach table at the Altadena Farmers Market in 2016. Since then, this grassroots effort has evolved into a collaborative venture that promotes an eco-conscious philosophy and builds co...
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The lovely Leigh Adams joins us again for another amazing conversation about regenerating our groundwater through hugelkultur and bioswales.
 
Visit her latest natural creation, The Crescent Farm at the LA Arboretum 
https://www.facebook.com/CommunityCrescentFarm
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Buckdance and autoharp maven, Rebecca Stout shares with us some of her favorite tunes and how music & dance has influence her life.
 
Listen to the VERY end for a little musical treat featuring Anais and Rebecca on their autoharps.
 
Visit Rebecca's website for upcoming workshops & events flatfootandfancyfree.com
 

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In this episode, we get the buzz on Justin's beekeeping operations. He talks about the challenges of keeping bees in the city and country.  
 
Learn how you can help save the bees and ADOPT A BEEHIVE @ http://urbanhomestead.org/adopt-a-beehive-program/
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In this episode, we chat with one of the volunteers, Sanjay Gupta. He shares what it's like to help out around the Urban Homestead.
 
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In this episode, we chat with one of the volunteers, Betsy Storm. She shares what it's like to help out around the Urban Homestead.
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