• 01:16

    Pantry Paratus Radio

    in Entrepreneur


    Buck Adams, founder of Veterans to Farmers has solved some serious problems in the Denver metro area. Veterans coming back from war or otherwise discharging out of the military are among the highest unemployed demographic in the nation. At the same time our food is heavily subsidized, reliant on oil all the while being low in nutrition and our “non-communicable” diseases are going up at an alarming rate.


    Buck Adams is fighting a the good fight on multiple fronts by providing successful entrepreneurial jobs for veterans and quality, nutritious, locally-produced food in his home city of Denver, CO.


    How does Buck do all of this in the high plains desert of Colorados front range you ask? Give this interview a listen and be inspired. You can visit his website VeteransToFarmers.org to donate if you wish to help vets get started changing their lives and the communities in which they live.


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  • 01:00

    Pantry Paratus Radio

    in Family


    I have a ton of respect for the Horst family, they are actually doing what I dream of doing one day with my family. Come along with us as we discuss homesteading today and making the change from a different occupation altogether to a professional farmer. Truth is, I loved my chat with Myron and Joel at Jehovah Jireh Farm—I think that you will get a lot out of their experiences too. Both Myron and Joel approach farming from a Christian worldview and if you listen to the end, I think that you will find out just how much that has helped develop a profitable farming endeavor from a homesteading heart.


    We talk about:


    -The Horst Family’s background, how Myron went from working as a professional trim carpenter to professional farming


    -How they got the name “Jehovah Jireh Farm”


    -What advice would they give to someone looking to get into homesteading today?


    -Research of Dr. Carey A. Reams


    -“When you raise a chicken breathing in ammonia and manure dust—you are eventually eating that!”


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  • 01:13

    Pantry Paratus Radio

    in Family


    This show first aired - Oct 17,2012


    Pantry Paratus Radio We catch back up again with our buddy Mark Smith the real live preparedness consultant from SouthernPlainsConsulting.com We connect with Mark over Skype this time to get his no nonsense approach to Preparedness. We get the scoop on Mark's new book and the pending sequel as well as hurricane and winter preparations. “Preparedness is about improving the quantity and quality of your options.” We talk about: -We catch up with Mark Smith -Mark talks about getting to speak on stage at the Self Reliance Expo in Arlington, TX -Mark talks about the great crowds in Texas, how well he was received, the quality of the workshops and what it was like to interact with so many like minded people -We get into Mark's new book, Preparedness, the Basics and Beyond (available in print and e-book form for the Kindle) -Mark explains the dedication of the book to the NYFD 343 who died on September 11th -There is always more to learn, plant, buy, implement, etc—so we stay the course because it is a lifestyle
     

  • 01:33

    Pantry Paratus Radio

    in Entrepreneur


    Wilson interviews Joel Salatin from the movies Food, Inc., Farmageddon, and more.


    "I had arranged a long time in advance to actually get to speak with Joel Salatin himself. From that time together, we bring you this great interview. I always thought that Joel was inspirational and pretty cool from the books and Youtube videos, but I have to admit that he is even cooler and more inspiring in person. Relax and take a listen to this great interview with one my personal heros, Joel Salatin.

    We talk about:


    Joel loves what he does, and likes to share the kind of things that they have learned over the years in farming

    Polyface Farm mission statement: “We develop environmentally, emotionally and economically enhancing agricultural prototypes and to facilitate their reproduction around the world.”

    Things that I did NOT see at Polyface Farms

    Plants an animals are biological not mechanical

    Need for disturbance in the progress cycle

    E. Coli, Salmonella, Listeria, Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy, Campylobacter, MRSA, C. Diph, food allergies—all this is part of Nature saying, “Enough!”

    Redemptive Farming

    Churches turning lawn into farm land

    Leveraging portability, profitability and fertility on the small scale homestead (stacking functions—Permaculture)"


    Read Wilson's blog post Day at Polyface Farm


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  • 01:32

    Pantry Paratus Radio

    in Family


    We extend a very warm welcome to Sarah Pope from the great blog HealthyHomeEconomist.com You are in for a big treat as we get the straight scoop from Sarah, a well studied and well thought out student of nutrition, economics and health. Even if you have not yet read the Healthy Home Economist, we take in the wisdom of many years of research and being a Mom that go into the great content of what makes her blog so great!


    We talk about:


    -Asking the right questions


    -Challenging your own bias to become a better researcher


    -Small organic companies being bought out by larger business interests who adopt that label and name brands do not means what they used to mean


    -Does eating organic equal being healthy?


    -Research of Dr. Weston A. Price


    -Sacred food of shark liver and why people of the South Sea Islands would risk their lives to hunt sharks in order to provide shark liver to pregnant women and children


    -The fat soluble “activators”


    -Modern phenomenon of caloric plenty and being malnourished


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  • 01:13

    Pantry Paratus Radio

    in Family

    Pantry Paratus Radio We catch back up again with our buddy Mark Smith the real live preparedness consultant from SouthernPlainsConsulting.com We connect with Mark over Skype this time to get his no nonsense approach to Preparedness. We get the scoop on Mark's new book and the pending sequel as well as hurricane and winter preparations. “Preparedness is about improving the quantity and quality of your options.” We talk about: -We catch up with Mark Smith -Mark talks about getting to speak on stage at the Self Reliance Expo in Arlington, TX -Mark talks about the great crowds in Texas, how well he was received, the quality of the workshops and what it was like to interact with so many like minded people -We get into Mark's new book, Preparedness, the Basics and Beyond (available in print and e-book form for the Kindle) -Mark explains the dedication of the book to the NYFD 343 who died on September 11th -There is always more to learn, plant, buy, implement, etc—so we stay the course because it is a lifestyle







  • 01:20

    Pantry Paratus Radio

    in Family


    This week we talk to Kimberly Hartke, publicist for the Weston A. Price Foundation. We love the Weston A. Price Foundation for all that they do for the real food movement. Have questions about raw milk, food sovereignty, nutrition—head over to the folks we rely on: The Weston A. Price Foundation. We talk about: -Having that access to the audience to give information on real food media -What gives Kimberly hope as she looks across the free market of ideas -Modern news cycles start to read like an Ayn Rand novel -Sally Fallon Morell educating people about the importance of food to health -Bio of Dr. Weston A. Price (a dentist) and his quest to find out why primitive tribes were so much healthier -Benefits of membership to the Weston A. Price Foundation -Medical marijuana yes, raw milk no -What can consumers do to be active about food? -How to become a member of the Weston A. Price Foundation -Raw milk is still legal in Africa (www.sendacow.org.uk) -Kimberly's favorite use for raw milk Pantry Paratus Website Pantry Paratus on Facebook



     

  • 01:00

    Pantry Paratus Radio

    in Family

    I have a ton of respect for the Horst family, they are actually doing what I dream of doing one day with my family. Come along with us as we discuss homesteading today and making the change from a different occupation altogether to a professional farmer. Truth is, I loved my chat with Myron and Joel at Jehovah Jireh Farm—I think that you will get a lot out of their experiences too. Both Myron and Joel approach farming from a Christian worldview and if you listen to the end, I think that you will find out just how much that has helped develop a profitable farming endeavor from a homesteading heart. We talk about: -The Horst Family's background, how Myron went from working as a professional trim carpenter to professional farming -How they got the name “Jehovah Jireh Farm” -What advice would they give to someone looking to get into homesteading today? -Research of Dr. Carey A. Reams -“When you raise a chicken breathing in ammonia and manure dust—you are eventually eating that!” Pantry Paratus Website

  • 01:13

    Pantry Paratus Radio

    in Family

    Pantry Paratus Radio
    We catch back up again with our buddy Mark Smith the real live preparedness consultant from SouthernPlainsConsulting.com We connect with Mark over Skype this time to get his no nonsense approach to Preparedness. We get the scoop on Mark’s new book and the pending sequel as well as hurricane and winter preparations. “Preparedness is about improving the quantity and quality of your options.”
    We talk about:
    -We catch up with Mark Smith
    -Mark talks about getting to speak on stage at the Self Reliance Expo in Arlington, TX
    -Mark talks about the great crowds in Texas, how well he was received, the quality of the workshops and what it was like to interact with so many like minded people
    -We get into Mark’s new book, Preparedness, the Basics and Beyond (available in print and e-book form for the Kindle)
    -Mark explains the dedication of the book to the NYFD 343 who died on September 11th
    -There is always more to learn, plant, buy, implement, etc—so we stay the course because it is a lifestyle

  • 01:32

    Pantry Paratus Radio

    in Family

    We extend a very warm welcome to Sarah Pope from the great blog HealthyHomeEconomist.com You are in for a big treat as we get the straight scoop from Sarah, a well studied and well thought out student of nutrition, economics and health. Even if you have not yet read the Healthy Home Economist, we take in the wisdom of many years of research and being a Mom that go into the great content of what makes her blog so great! We talk about: -Asking the right questions -Challenging your own bias to become a better researcher -Small organic companies being bought out by larger business interests who adopt that label and name brands do not means what they used to mean -Does eating organic equal being healthy? -Research of Dr. Weston A. Price -Sacred food of shark liver and why people of the South Sea Islands would risk their lives to hunt sharks in order to provide shark liver to pregnant women and children -The fat soluble “activators” -Modern phenomenon of caloric plenty and being malnourished Pantry Paratus Website



  • 01:06

    Pantry Paratus Radio

    in Family

    PantryParatus Radio
    Chaya interviews Lisa Bedford, from SurvivalMom.com.  We are so grateful that Lisa took the time to sit down and chat with us at in Colorado Springs. How great it was to finally meet Lisa in person after reading her blog for years. We get the candid straight-scoop from Lisa about so many aspects of preparedness. Survival is a Mom’s job.
    We talk about:
    -Anger or fear? Yes, the chicken still has to get thawed, the birthday party still has to get planned, but if you are not calm no one else will be either. Mom has to be the steady one.
    -Mommy martyrdom—is that really helpful?
    -Dividing the essentials from the “clutter.” Not just stuff, but hobbies, etc.
    -Preparedness and children: build the skills now and you can deal with the why later on. You can still teach explicitly.
    -Start a family skill-of-the-month plan
    -Lisa answers her most frequently asked question
    -Stop nagging and start making progress. You may have to jettison the fact that you are not going to convince other people.
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