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Episode-1723- An NRCS Insider’s Perspective with Frank Cochran

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The NRCS Can Help With Developing Sustainable Agriculture Practices

Frank Cochran is the NRCS District Conservationist for three counties in east-central Alabama.

He started working with the NRCS as a Soil Conservationist in 2011 after finishing up graduate school at Auburn University in 2010.

His research was centered on soil quality/health, soil variation, and management use impacts across five land uses including the native Longleaf Pine-Wiregrass ecosystem.

A North Georgia native, he is interested in gardening, animal husbandry, self-reliance, Liberty, outdoor adventures, and spending time with family and friends.  Frank is a MSB member and an avid listener to TSP for nearly 5 years.

Join Frank and I Today to Discuss…

  • What exactly does the NRCS do
  • What are the roots of the NRCS
  • What is the NRCS organic initiative
  • Who can apply
  • What is the process to get NRCS assistance
  • Is the NRCS are regulatory agency
  • How can producers have a voice with the NRCS

Resources for today’s show…

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Episode-1717- Quail Keeping Q&A Edition

Quail are Uber Productive and Give You Delicious Eggs

Quail are Uber Productive and Give You Delicious Eggs

So I had anohter one of my little ideas for an easy show.  Ask me about quail and I will do what I can to answer them.  Figured a dozen questions might come in, well um yea.  The Regenerative Ag Group on Facebook alone has PAGES of questions on this.

Frankly this makes the Three Hours of Q&A I did on ciders and meads look like a walk in the park!  But I will do my best.

To make this even doable, here is what I decided to do.  There is no way to go though them in real time with like a rapid fire response, so I took about two hours to come up with the questions below.  I have tried to make them as generic as possible.  Some of the more specific questions to an individual I can work into general feedback shows in the future.

Join Me Today As I Answer…

  • What type of quail do I have [time stamp 13:45]
  • Do I have a good book on quail to recommend [time stamp 15:20]
  • What type of quail gives the best yield of meat and eggs [time stamp 16:25]
  • What is the difference between a Texas A&M Quail and a Brown Quail [time stamp 17:30]
  • Why am I likely to switch from A&M back to Browns [time stamp 21:00]
  • How would you breed to get white quails if you wanted that [time stamp 23:03]
  • Since birds like Bobwhites get bigger why not raise them [time stamp 26:45]
  • How do I find quail to buy locally [time stamp 28:35]
  • What is the biggest initial cost in getting set up [time stamp 31:49]
  • What bases do you really need to cover before getting birds [time stamp 36:43]
  • How small a number makes sense what is the lowest number you’d recommend [time stamp 40:43]
  • What is there optimal stocking density, how dense is just too dense [time stamp 43:30]
  • How would you set up quail in a rack system – IE garage style [time stamp 46:52]
  • How would you set up quail in caging but out doors [time stamp 51:32]
  • How would you set up quail in a “quail tractor” [time stamp 56:49]
  • How would you set up a coop/run style of thing [time stamp 1:04:00]
  • How will my rotational aviary work [time stamp 1:05:55]
  • How can you automate watering [time stamp 1:12:28]
  • How can quail be integrated into a composting system [time stamp 1:14:10]
  • Why can’t you “free range quail” or use electro net systems [time stamp 1:18:23]
  • How can you deal with mosquitoes and flies around your quail [time stamp 1:21:22]
  • Could you do quail “seasonally” and not keep them though winter [time stamp 1:24:40]
  • What do I feed my quail  [time stamp 1:34:00]
  • Why do quail get prolapse or weak shelled eggs [time stamp 1:37:50]
  • What special needs do they have diet wise [time stamp 1:39:37]
  • How to you minimize feed waste [time stamp 1:40:15]
  • What is the best breeding ratio [time stamp 1:42:58]
  • Can you grow 100% of the food your quail need [time stamp 1:44:20]
  • What about really hot climates [time stamp 1:50:38]
  • What about really cold climates [time stamp 1:51:42]
  • What do they taste like, is the meat dark, light, etc. [time stamp 1:53:10]
  • Why do I skin vs. pluck my birds [time stamp 1:57:10]
  • How do I slaughter and process my quail [time stamp 2:00:06]
  • How many eggs do they really lay [time stamp 2:06:40]
  • My birds are old enough but not laying, why [time stamp 2:09:22]
  • Why are quail eggs better than chicken eggs [time stamp 2:12:02]
  • What is the brooding process [time stamp 2:19:56]
  • What is the incubation process like, what type of incubator works best [time stamp 2:22:16]
  • How many birds do I need to eat quail once a week and eggs three times a week [time stamp 2:26:52]
  • What are the input and out put numbers, feed, time, production [time stamp 2:37:18]
  • Can you legally sell meat in _____ [time stamp 2:41:15]
  • Can captive quail really be part of a regenerative system, isn’t it small scale factory farming [time stamp 2:47:50]

Resources for today’s show…

Bob Wells Nursery “Plant Of The Week”4 In 1 Fruit Salad Tree It is adaptable from zone 6 to zone 9

Multiple-budded fruit tree on Nemaguard rootstock, with 4 of the following varieties:  Polly White Peach, Harcot Apricot, Harken Peach, Harco Nectarine, Superior Plum.

If you need more variety from a limited space? The multiple-budded fruit tree is the answer! Multiple-budded fruit trees will give you several fine selections of tree-ripened fruit from the space of a single tree.

Bob Wells specializes in edible landscape, including: Fruit Trees, Berry Plants, Nut Trees, as well as the hard to find Specialty Fruit Trees. Find this plant and more at BobWellsNursery.com

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Episode-1702- The Challenges of Urban/Suburban Homesteading

Quail Beat Chickens in Almost Every Way for Urban Homesteading

Quail Beat Chickens in Almost Every Way for Urban Homesteading

Special Report – Today I start out with a special report on Vladislav Davidson and the Regenerative Leadership Institute.  I only did this report due to so many asking about their PDC that you can take for “free” at OpenPermaculture.com.  My report is not very positive, it isn’t the type of thing I like to do but in this instance it was something had to do.  Simply due to the fact that many of you have asked about this PDC and the people behind it.  If you are here just for that it starts at 7:25 and ends about 19:10 into the show.

Today I listened to a sample episode of a show I will be on soon as a guest the show is called, Myths & Facts: 9 Things I Used to Believe (and Teach) About Home Ownership That I No Longer Believe it was a story of government stupidity at its finest.  If you want the story you can listen to that episode for yourself.

The short short version is a guy moves outside of city limits, can find no laws against chickens or a pile of brush on ones property but gets fined for both and must give up his chickens. On top of it a 30 year old shed ends up having no permit, in the end tearing down the large, expensive shed was his only option.

I could not listen to the entire episode, this shit makes no sense.  I am so ever loving done with government in so many ways.  Yet Josh (the show’s host) makes a valid point about “ownership” mythology, that is true in far to many instances.

On the other hand there are current victories in other areas.  Just this week San Antonino did something great!  They just declared Urban Farming absolutely legal in San Antonino.  In many ways what we are seeing right now is what amounts to a low violence multi front war.

While many in this nation are determined to sanitize everything into conformity, others seek to regain independence and true health.  Many also frankly simple desire to regain one of our most basic freedoms.  That is our freedom to use land we own, the way we choose as long as we do no harm to anyone else.  Note that being offended, not liking what others do, etc. does not equal being harmed.

As an anarchist I personally work outside the system, every and any where I can.  By inspiring frankly 10s of thousands to get shit done in this world I am creating new fronts in this war.  Others then in the system take up the fight and work inside and outside the system in their own ways.

We need to balance things too. I  really recommend anyone becoming an urban farmer, suburban homesteader etc. read this great article by our own Erica Strauss, called “Don’t Be An Urban Homesteading Asshole“.

Join Me Today to Discuss…

  • The sweet spot “Urban Rural Fringe” and how it is getting harder to use
  • The irony of yuppies in these sweet spots – they want the food we produce
  • How this compares to marijuana on main street in Breckenridge
  • Thoughts on finding the place for you
    • Don’t just read laws, ask enforcers before you buy
    • Get into an area where there are some eyesores even to your taste
    • Ag Zoned land is best but hard to get at times
    • Really think about what you want to do, what you can do, and should do
  • Working the system to your advantage
    • Consider a distributed model, ala Curtis Stone
    • Quail and worms, over chickens
    • Rabbits over ducks
    • Focus mostly on the back yard
    • Try to locate property with at least 2 neighbor free property lines
    • Do not do “on farm sales” unless you know you are golden
    • Select areas with public forage/hunting/fishing opportunities
    • Accept you can’t win every fight
    • Loosing a fight is not loosing a war
    • The best way to win is to never get in the fight
    • Do as much as you can inside/in outbuildings
    • Look for at least an acre
    • Tree your perimeter, start with the closest neighbors
    • Work the system or fight from outside, follow what works for you
    • Respect everyone fighting for what is right
  • Final Thoughts

Resources for today’s show…

Links Related to My Report on Vladislav and Open Permaculture’s PDC

gojiBob Wells Plant of the Week – Phoenix Tears Goji Berry – It is adaptable from zone 5 to zone 9. Also known as Wolfberry, these nutritious berries are eaten fresh, juiced or dried like raisins. The berries are a popular medicinal herb.

Among the highest in protein and anti-oxidants, they have more carotene than carrots, and contain all the essential amino acids and many minerals. Grow this attractive Chinese native on a trellis to more than 10′ tall or trim it as a bush and keep at 4-6′ tall. Light purple, bell shaped flowers bloom in May and continue throughout the summer.

The third year and thereafter, flowers are followed by orange-red berries. The plant is self-fertile, drought resistant, and likes a half to full day of sun and well-drained soil. It prefers warm summer days and cool nights prefers neutral or somewhat alkaline soil. Our plants are grown from cuttings and a superior cultivar. 

Bob Wells Nursery specializes in edible landscape plants and trees including: Fruit Trees, Berry Plants, Vine Fruit, Nut Trees, as well as the hard to find Specialty Trees. Find this plant and more at BobWellsNursery.com

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Episode-1696- Rob Kaiser on NRCS High Tunnel Grants

robRob Kaiser is the founder and owner of Deliberate Living Systems, LLC.  Rob holds an Applied Science degree from The Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute, where his studies focused on Landscape Contracting & Construction and Nursery Management.

He completed an internship in Colorado, and remained there for several years, working for two different tree farm operations. During this time, he was very involved in outdoor recreation and was an active member of the Colorado Mountain Club.

During his twenties, Rob transitioned into residential and commercial landscape design, installation and maintenance. He gained experience working and living in Colorado, Ohio, and North Carolina. While In Ohio, Rob began studying Landscape Design at Cleveland State in 2004 while employed at Cahoon Nursery. After moving to Western North Carolina, Rob earned the title of Certified Plant Professional. He actively hiked the Blue Ridge Mountains and ran his first 10k Trail Run at the Bent Creek Classic in 2005.

At the age of 30, Rob shifted towards career growth and development and began working in the field of forestry consulting. His work began with Geographic Information System (GIS) based Utility Vegetation Management, and led to include Urban Forest Inventories, Wildfire Mitigation Grant Compliance Inspections and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Storm Debris Monitoring program operations. Rob traveled all over the United States and gained experience working in a variety of biomes and ecosystems.

He currently resides in Medina County, near Litchfield. Today, he applies his extensive experience in the green industry several different ways. Rob works as a Nursery Sales Representative, Market Gardener, Permaculture Designer and Consultant, Author and Community Organizer. His goal is to work with others to share the knowledge and skills needed to live a healthy, positive and beneficial life.

Rob joins us today to talk about his recent experience in procuring a grant for the purchase and installation of a High Tunnel via the NRCS, his venture into market farming and other NRCS programs that can help new farmers get off the ground.

Resources for today’s show…

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Episode-1650- Bill Wilson on Societal Maturity

Bill Wilson of Midwest Permaculture

Bill Wilson of Midwest Permaculture

Bill and his wife/partner Becky are co-founders of Midwest Permaculture. Now in their ninth year, Bill has become one of the respected permaculture teachers and designers in the U.S.. The goal of Midwest Permaculture is to see permaculture (in name or action) become a household term. Bill’s two adults sons are now involved in permaculture as well.

Bill joins us today to discuss among other things “The 4 Fires of Group Work”.
Often, people get together with dreams of starting a permaculture group, a community or a business only to be surprised and disappointed when it falls apart. They have failed to navigate the 4-fires.

With 35 years of small community living experience Bill has hard won insights into what it takes to work with others. When permaculture oriented projects fail it is rarely because of the the design piece — it’s almost always the people piece.

Resources for today’s show…

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Episode-1645- Justin Rhodes on Modern Technology, Business and Permaculture

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Justin is an entrepreneur, permaculture homesteader, film producer, author and teacher.   In February, he successfully Kickstarted his latest project, “Permaculture Chickens”, which is an educational film about raising chickens with nature from hatching to the plate.  His efforts were successful enough to raise far more than his funding goal of 25,000 dollars, in fact he reached a total funding of just over 35,000 dollars.

Today he joins us to discuss his coming video product called “Permaculture Chickens”, but more to the point how he successfully developed a kickstarter campaign, professionally executed it and used that to fund a new product that is profitable before it is even released.

So trust me even if you have no interest in Permaculture you will want to tune in today.  This show is mostly about leveraging modern technology and opportunities to create successful business ventures.

Resources for today’s show…

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Episode-1632- Matt Powers on a New Educational Model

permschoolMatt Powers is an author, educator, permaculturist, seed saver, innovator & family guy from California working on creating a new paradigm in education aligned to real life: permaculture + nature + small business while including families and mixed age groups.

Matt is starting a new kind of school: Permaculture Life School. It’s a school focused on real life skills – farming sustainably, running a small business ethically and profitably and enjoying nature as students develop the ability to read the landscape.

He joins us today to discuss the reasons why he is starting this school.  What’s wrong, why we need to change it, how we could change it & how we could do it best to achieve our goals – build with the end in mind.

There is no doubt modern education needs a re tooling.  I feel that Matt’s focus is one of many ways to do just that.  We need a new educational model that leverages 2015s technology.

There are fundamentals of reading, writing, math and science all children should learn, but we should have dozens or even hundreds of choices in a world were we already have over 10,000 options for how we dress up a smart phone in a colorful case.

Resources for today’s show…

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Episode 1609- Running a Profitable Permaculture Consulting Practice

Phil Williams is a permaculture consultant, designer, and author. He spent a decade in the landscape industry. After selling his business in 2007, he trained as a home energy auditor and building analyst. He began organic gardening in 2008, before learning about permaculture in 2010.

He’s since taken two PDC’s, and built a demonstration site in central PA where he’s installed 4 ponds, a gray water system, 1500 trees and shrubs, 2000 linear foot of swales, 80 linear feet of hugelkultur, and an apiary. Currently, he consults on local and remote projects as well as the business side of permaculture contracting.

He Joins Us Today To Discuss…

  • Getting a project started right
  • The limits of observation on a client site
  • The important details that need gathering that are often overlooked
  • The actual production of design documentation
  • The limits and value of “artistic ability” as a designer
  • Taking the design though to installation
  • Sourcing labor and remaining profitable
  • Weighing out hiring out labor vs. self provided client labor
  • Sourcing difficult to get or seasonal materials
  • Timing installations and plantings properly
  • The biggest challenges as a consultant and installer
  • Developing maintenance business, niche industries and more

Resources for today’s show…

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Episode-1606- David Haight on Strategic Relocation

David Haight stated when he asked to do this show that, “once upon a time, I prided myself on my ability to be content anywhere.  Over time though I realized I was lying to myself.  This led to a though and carefully planned and executed strategic relocation.  I am now in a place that I love above all others”.

Today David will tell you his story of how he is transitioning from urban living and a full time job to 40 acres of permaculture promise and self-empjoyment.  He will also share a personal example as to why he feels that TSP style modern survival thinking outweighs the advice of most “experts” on Strategic Relocation.

Join Us Today to Discuss…

  • Davids motivations for relocation
  • Finding the right property
  • The most important factors of enjoyment as to where he moved to
  • What he is doing now and why he feels that shows he made the right choice
  • Internal and external pitfalls that he encountered in his relocation
  • The tenets of modern survival helped him transition
  • His biggest lessons in the process of moving
  • The use of good debts and bad debts to your advantage
  • How has exiting full time employment changed his world view
  • How permaculture thinking applies to developing income streams

Resources for today’s show…

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Episode-1602- Gloria Flora on Small Scale Biochar

The Real Magic of Biochar is Seen Under Magnification

The Real Magic of Biochar is Seen Under Magnification

Gloria Flora founded and directs the U.S. Biochar Initiative (USBI) as a project of her non-profit, Sustainable Obtainable Solutions. Through USBI, Gloria promotes the sustainable production and use of biochar.

Biochar fits in the nexus of her work in large landscape conservation strategies, climate change action, forest health collaborative, public land sustainability and as well as her permaculture passion. Last century she served 23 years in the U.S. Forest Service, including as Forest Supervisor on two national forests.

Gloria and her husband are growing TerraFlora Sylvanculture Learning Center focused on permaculture in forested environments. Flora’s won many awards for environmental leadership and action, including having a new species of a Tanzanian toad named after her.

Join Us Today to Discuss…

  • What is biochar? Isn’t it just charcoal
  • How does biochar make soils more productive
  • Who discovered biochar
  • What kind of feedstock can you use to make biochar
  • Why should we care about biomass
  • What other uses does biochar have besides amending soil
  • How can biochar production be carbon neutral or negative
  • How can I make biochar at home
  • Can I buy biochar if I can’t make it
  • Where can you get more information on biochar

Resources for today’s show…

Note – Additional resource links will be added as soon as I receive them from Gloria.

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