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The Dr James Farmer Show is designed to help overcome life struggles and day to day challenges.
Dr. Farmer is a Licensed PsychoTherapist, Developmental Coach, and Professional Councselor.
Dr.Farmer will give you tools to help you motivate you, encourage you, and inspire you to overcome personal struggles.
Dr. Farmer is an Author, Public Speaker, and Trainer.
If you would like to email Dr Farmer your questions, comments, and booking information: at James.Farmer@att.net
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In the Dr. James Farmer Show you will learn a few key strategies on how to take control of your life when challenges are confronting you. Dr. Farmer is a licensed psychotherapist, developmental coach and a professional counselor. This show will help those who are struggling with personal issues that may be causing problems in life. I would like to hear from you and my contact information is:
The Renegade Farmer is proud to interview farmer, writer, and Author of "Coop," Michael Perry. Mike has written for the New York Times, Esquire, and many other publications, as well as being a contributing editor for Men's Health Magazine.
His other books include: "Truck: A Love Story," and "Population 485: Meeting Your Neighbors One Siren at a Time."
In "Coop," this accomplished writer chronicles his family's farm history, and his efforts at creating his own self-sufficient farms while tackling the various challenges with life, his own budding family, and more.
Join us for this funny, poignant and interesting look at farm life!
Join The Renegade Farmer as we interview Eric Herm, 4th generation farmer, and author of "Son of Farmer, Child of the Earth"! The book explores not only Herm's life, but talks in depth about the many challenges faced by today's farmer.
Well, researched, the book covers topics that affect farmers and food consumers including USDA policies on food, the goverment's funding/support of corporate farming as opposed to family farming, the strain of commercial agriculture on the Earth's delicate Ecosystem, GMO's, and so much more! Join us for this candid look at farming from a true-blue farmer!
Ten years ago, New York farmers Dean Sparks and Dan France discovered they shared a passion for organic farming—producing local foods that are wholesome, nutritious and great tasting, as well as kind to the earth and animals. That’s why they founded Nyfoods, a farmer-owned food business that supplies outstanding organic dairy from
local farms within a short drive of New York City.
The first product, organic nymilk, is supplied by the dairy cows raised by like-minded family farmers throughout New York. Nyfoods also offers organic nyeggs, a line of Nycheese, Nybutter and Nyogurt. In addition, Brooklyn-based Blue Marble Ice Cream began sourcing organic nymilk in 2011 for its boutique ice creams.
He believes a there is still great divide between farmers and retailers still which poses challenges within the marketplace, and Nyfoods seeks to address these disparities.
A dedication to great food carries over to the vision Sparks has mapped out for Nyfoods and its local operations. With families and community leaders increasingly concerned
about the availability of fresh, healthy foods in so-called “food deserts” throughout all regions of the United States, Nyfoods in 2011 launched the Eggs-Change relief program
in its backyard with Nyeggs. Organic eggs from pastured hens are a versatile source for nutritious protein that’s hard to find in many communities.
Today Nyeggs are distributed free of charge to patrons of the Mott Haven Farmers’ Market in the South Bronx. Also, a portion of every Nymilk purchase is contributed to the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New York (NOFA-NY), a regional organization that creates a sustainable, ecologically sound and economically viable food system.
Join us as we talk with Dean about his groundbreaking company, his dedication to organic food and food justice, and how you, too, can contribute to a world of fair food.
The Renegade Farmer is pleased to be interviewing expert homesteader, writer, and author, Deborah Niemann-Boehle. Known for her popular Antiquity Oaks Blog as well as speaking about self-sufficiency nationewide, Deborah joins us to discuss her new book, Homegrown and Handmade.
This guide to self-reliance shows how making things from scratch and growing at least some of your own food can help you eliminate artificial ingredients from your diet, reduce your carbon footprint, and create a more authentic life.
This comprehensive guide to food and fiber from scratch proves that attitude and knowledge is more important than acreage. Written from the perspective of a successful, self-taught modern homesteader, this well-illustrated, practical and accessible manual will appeal to anyone who dreams of a simpler life.
Boehle's own journey began nearly a decade ago when sheand her family moved to Antiquity Oaks, and she experimented with various aspects of raising garden foods and livestock, making fresh dairy products, and much more.
Homegrown and Handmade is a reflection of these journeys, and lessons learned, and covers A-Z topics in homesteading, no matter where you live.
Join us as we learn the art and craft of caring for yourself, eating better, and much more!
Intro to Info host Mikeisha and co-host Queen of Hearts welcome celebrity bass guitar player EHTAN FARMER. You have heard Ethan behind JANET JACKSON, BABYFACE, LIONEL RICHIE and PATTI LA BELLE, just to name a few. Please join us for a spectacular interview with Ethan Farmer, also known as E BASS MAN.
"Bass in your face ALL OVER THE PLACE!"
The Renegade Farmer is pleased to be interviewingaward-winning journalist Jared Flesher about his film: The Farmer and the Horse, a film that digs into difficult questions about sustainability, self-sufficiency, and why we do the work we do.
Flesher’s film goes beyond the usual platitudes of smiling organic farmers talking about the good life. Farming is hard work, especially if you don’t use a tractor. The story takes on the intricate relationship between people, horses and horsedrawn farming, and explores ideas and the meaning of farming in the modern era.
Three young people take the unconventional route of horse-drawn farming in the middle of NEW JERSEY. Their journey is an eye-opening account of what a passion for farming can accomplish.
This is a documentary every young farmer should see. So should everyone who cares about land use, the environment, and good food.
Jared will be discussing this, along with his new movie Sourlands. Don't miss this great interview!
A retired teacher and Nebraska farmer, Art Tanderup and his wife Helen are busier than ever. Their lives changed abruptly when they decided not to allow the Keystone XL pipeline to be constructed across their land. The Tanderups have aligned with activists and groups that are determined to protect the preciou farmland and enormous Ogallala aquifer that runs beneath KXL's projected path .
Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes Art to the show on Thursday, Dec. 11 at 9 p.m. ET. We will discuss how he and Helen made the decision not to sell and learn more about the groups that provide farmers and indigenous people with cricital support - BOLD Nebraska and The Cowboy and Indian Alliance to name a few. We'll talk about the day that Willie Nelson and Neil Young played the Harvest The Hope concert at his farm and how the Tanderup's corn field was turned into an art sculpture. Last but not least, we will cover how Art and his allies plan to resist should the pipeline be given a green light by Congress next year.
For more information go to Art's Facebook page, BOLD Nebraska and the Cowbowy and Indian Alliance.
Amen Ankh Urban Farm's Ask an Urban Farmer With your hostess: Nuta Beqsu Mosley. Helpful Hints, History and Health Community Call-In Show using the Power of a cell phone in the palm of everyone's hand! Feel free to call and ask your questions and share your comments and suggestions on Food, health, Growing, and ecology.# (646)668-8941 Check out and chat on Facebook and our blog at: http://amen-parankh.blogspot.com Carver Day, Urban Outdoors,
If you've followed us for any amount of time, you know that The Renegade Farming advocates farming in most forms EXCEPT for industrial farming. Why? Because the ills of pesticides, corporate greed, worker/farmer abuse, animal abuse, and much more are rife when agriculture, largely the domain of man working with nature, becomes a mass produced "entity."
As bad as this is, we abhor only one aspect of "farming" more--genetically engineered crops. "What's that, you say?" Yes, crops that are GENETICALLY altered, and then mass produced and SENT TO YOUR supermarket.
GMOS are genetically modified organisms, and they DO exist. Biotech companies have, for decades, been stealthily creating engineered crops under the guise of "helping find solutions for crop dearth," what they are really perpetrating is nothing short of a crop monopoly; these companies alter a crop, or a seed, then PATENT this new creation--which means they own it--with the idea that YOU will eventually have to PAY them to even grow it, or harvest it. Eventually, the hope to overtake the world with this scheme, and YOU are at risk!
Join us as we discuss the basics of what you need to know about GMO's, GMO politics, how the GOVERNMENT is involved, how companies like DOW and Bayer are involved, the problem with Monsanto, genetically modified ANIMALS (it's true) and how you can STOP the GMO madness!
JOIN us for this important show!
The Renegade Farmer Radio Show host Zan Asha joins The Renegade Farmer writers as they talk about their lives, and the founding of The Renegade Farmer. PLUS: A beginning talk about bees, and a few surprises await YOU on this very special show.
*****This show ENCOURAGES callers to call in or ask questions in our chat room regarding your farming, bees, or just introducing yourselves. We want to hear from YOU!