Sharing Lessons Learned in Sustainable Agriculture

A topic centered podcast that rolls right into the details on tools, tips and techniques that improve you, your farm, and our world.


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Latest Episodes

Mechanical Carrot Harvesting Using the Scott Viner: EP45

The Ag Engineering podcast is a conversation with small scale fruit and vegetable farmers to discuss tools, tips or techniques to improve the sustainability of your farm. In this episode, we visit with Phoenix O’Brein of Hall Brook Farm (http://hallbrookfarm.com) to talk about the Scott Viner Harvester. Learn something from the show? Let me knowContinue reading “Mechanical Carrot Harvesting Using the Scott Viner: EP45”

Rimol, Ledgewood & Beiler Greenhouse Structures: EP43

The Ag Engineering podcast is a conversation with small scale fruit and vegetable farmers to discuss tools, tips or techniques to improve the sustainability of your farm. In this episode, we visit with Phoenix O’Brein of Hallbrook Farm (http://hallbrookfarm.com)  to talk about the greenhouse structures on his farm. Learn something from the show? Let meContinue reading “Rimol, Ledgewood & Beiler Greenhouse Structures: EP43”

Sales to Move Product: EP41

The Ag Engineering podcast is a conversation with small scale fruit and vegetable farmers to discuss tools, tips or techniques to improve the sustainability of your farm. In this episode, we visit with Kaisa Jarrell of The Green Wagon Farm (thegreenwagonfarm.com) to talk about wording your signage to move products. Learn something from the show?Continue reading “Sales to Move Product: EP41”


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Acknowledgments

This podcast is supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, through the Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program under sub-award number ONE-19331 (Northeast SARE). NESARE provides grants and education to advance innovation in sustainable agriculture. This work is also supported by The University of Vermont Extension whose programs Cultivate Healthy Communities by providing and facilitating research, education and outreach with our partners for the people of Vermont.