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This week "Pa Mac" from the Farm Hand's Companion joins Scott M Terry for some backwoods conversation about all sorts of things. Promises to be a great show. Be sure to log into the chat room so you can join the fun!
Be sure to check out Pa Mac's website...
Ruled by the evil White cockroaches, on an oppressive plantation, Anton Indigo, Antrea Violet, and a thousand other ants escape to seek freedom on Ant Farm. When they arrive, although their lives are not utopian, the tiny insects find themselves with much more freedom and prosperity than ever before. Can the ants maintain this positive new lifestyle? Or will some of the more power-hungry bugs prevail, and deteriorate the new society into the same nightmare from which they escaped in the first place?
Stephen Aaron Grey is passionate about liberty. Having traveled the globe as an internationally acclaimed DJ (under the stage name ‘Freaky Flow’), he has come to recognize that freedom works, and control does not. Grey’s Ant Farm expresses these ideas in a creative narrative that anyone can easily understand. With an academic history focused on world religions, to boot, Grey possesses an added cultural sensitivity, which contributes to the universal impact of the philosophies that he holds so dear.
Learn more about Stephen and Ant Farm, including how to get exclusive FREE chapters, by visiting www.StephenAaronGrey.com. Visit the official Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/StephenAaronGrey.
Its been another busy week on the farm. Scott talks about some of whats been going on, including the decision to switch over to raised bed gardening and why it might or might not be a good idea for you. Also plan cover some questions from listeners.
Every Maritimer is familiar with the tale of the Mary Ellen Spook Farm located in Caledonia Mills, Nova Scotia, what is fact? What is myth? On this episode of ParaPhrasing the PROF gang chat with Monica Graham, author of "Fire Spook: The Mysterious Nova Scotia Haunting", who has spent over a year researching past interviews and articles on that January night in 1922 when over 30 fires erupted in the MacDonald home/ Was it poltergeist activity? Or tricksters playing a terrible prank?
PROF also has a copy of Graham's book to giveaway thanks to Nimbus Publishing! Listen in to find out how that copy can be yours!
John Moody, a board member of The Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund, joins us to talk about the organization and what it does to protect small farmers and consumers. We will also talk about some recent legal cases involving small farmers, what the future of local food looks like and what you can do to help the cause.
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Ohio has an interesting Farm Group.
Tom Howery is the voice of the upcoming AudioBook "Community Garden Revolution". Lets hear what Tom's thoughts are in being the voice of this AudioBook about to be sold on Audible, iTunes, and Amazon. Tom will tell us what he learned about Community Gardens.
Proven Winners has the latest of what is new on the Market for your Community Garden.
Have a Great Community Garden Day!
Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show Host
Purchase the Book "Community Garden Revolution" at your Favorite Bookstore by Ordering, or, purchase at Amazon.com today!
Also, you can purchase "Community Garden Revolution Notes!" as an AudioBook at Audible, iTunes, and at Amazon.com
Start your Community Garden Today!
Have a Great Community Garden Day!
Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show host
Guest Today Aiden the Sheep and Kim Sturla of Animal Place
Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/animalplace
Laura Stinchfield - Animal Communicator with show producer Ai Kusuhara will interview interesting animals and their people.
Laura will also open up the lines for listeners to call in to ask questions to their animals.
Be prepared to be enlightened, amazed, to laugh and maybe cry as you are opened up to the inner lives, thoughts, and feelings of the world's animals.
Laura Stinchfields official website is http://www.ThePetPsychic.com
This week Richard Grossman joins me for our annual "Hunting and Trapping Episode". We will talk about hunting and trapping as a part of rural/agrarian culture, homestead wildlife management and share tales from our experiences in the woods.