DIY Hand tools for Efficiency & Ergonomics: EP62

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 Josh Volk of Slow Hand Farm to talk about his books and experience making hand tools for the farm. Learn something fromContinue reading “DIY Hand tools for Efficiency & Ergonomics: EP62”

Soil Steaming for Weed Control: EP61

In this episode, we visit with Becky Maden of Singing Cedars Farmstead (http://www.singing-cedars-farmstead.com) and UVM Extension  to talk about soil steaming. 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. Learn something from the show? Let meContinue reading “Soil Steaming for Weed Control: EP61”

No-Till Sweet Corn Planter, Pumpkins & Flail Mowing: EP55

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 Andre Cantelmo of Heron Pond Farm (https://www.heronpondfarm.com) to talk about the modifications made to a corn planter to convert it for no-tillContinue reading “No-Till Sweet Corn Planter, Pumpkins & Flail Mowing: EP55”

Growing from 1/4 to 3 Acres at Old Road Farm: EP53

In this episode Gabby & Henry share some of what it took to build up their farm to the 3 acres they grow on today. 

Ag Eng Podcast Update – Behind the Scenes & Annual Review: EP51

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 share an update to the show and reflect on the previous year of the show. Follow UVM Extension Ag Engineering Website: go.uvm.edu/ageng Facebook: facebook.com/uvmextagengContinue reading “Ag Eng Podcast Update – Behind the Scenes & Annual Review: EP51”

Figuring out How to Live a Sustainable Farm Life: EP50

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 Patrick Sullivan of Ananda Gardens (https://www.anandagardens.com)  to talk about what sustainable farming means to him and how he strives to achieve itContinue reading “Figuring out How to Live a Sustainable Farm Life: EP50”

Fraud Impacts on A Vermont Family Farm: EP49

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 Patrick Sullivan of Ananda Gardens (https://www.anandagardens.com)  to talk about one of the most challenging times on his no-till market farm. Learn somethingContinue reading “Fraud Impacts on A Vermont Family Farm: EP49”

The Most Successful Year of Farming – 2020! EP48

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 Patrick Sullivan of Ananda Gardens (https://www.anandagardens.com)  to talk about wins from this growing season and how it was the best yet onContinue reading “The Most Successful Year of Farming – 2020! EP48”

Compost Mulching on the No Till Market Farm: EP47

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 Patrick Sullivan of Ananda Gardens (https://www.anandagardens.com)  to talk about how he uses compost on his no-till market farm. Learn something from theContinue reading “Compost Mulching on the No Till Market Farm: EP47”

Cut Flowers on the Vegetable Farm: EP46

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 to talk about the cut flowers on her vegetable farm. Learn something from the show?Continue reading “Cut Flowers on the Vegetable Farm: EP46”