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Wheat All About It! is a weekly podcast that takes a wide-ranging look at wheat farming in the Pacific Northwest. Since January 2017, Scott Yates, director of communications and producer relations for the Washington Grain Commission, has interviewed farmers, researchers, industry leaders and consumers about issues that impact wheat in the region. Educational as well as entertaining, Wheat All About It! is a podcast for anyone who wants to stay up on the crop that’s grown on more acres than a ...
 
Every week host Todd Wheatland, Global Head of Strategy for King Content and author or "The Marketer's Guide To Slideshare", sits down with some of the world’s great marketers to get behind their public profiles and learn their real marketing backstories. In this fireside chat format, Todd gets his guests to open up and share not only some valuable marketing insight, but also a peek into each person’s real life story. If content is all about telling a great story, you won’t want to miss an e ...
 
PropertyWise with Phil Blizzard and real estate expert Alan Wheatley featuring the latest news from the property market in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and the rest of the UAE. Plus key markets further afield - including the United Kingdom, Spain and the USA. Each episode will finish with a property of choice in Phil's 'Weird, Wonderful or simply a Great Rental' category.
 
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Be your own boss, dad said. Make your own decisions, dad said. Well dad, today I finally did it. Today I'm not only my own boss, today I'm an Overboss. And I don't event have to pay self-employment tax. Today it's Aaron Mesburne and Kevin Russ' Overboss, a pixelated followup by designer of beloved tile-layer Calico. Then it's the aspects of a game …
 
The crops are flying. Not literally, but the winter wheat is growing fast! This week’s Wheat Pete’s Word has explanations of what growing degree day accumulation will do for winter wheat, plus the downsides of the warmer weather in Ontario. Also, our host Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson explains what he means by “slow release rain”... Read More…
 
Paul continues his review of Sepp Holzer’s Desert or Paradise with Opalyn, Mark, and Katie. They spend this one talking about the contrasting views on profit shown by Geoff Lawton and Sepp Holzer and the profitability water retention landscapes. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast…
 
Paul continues his review of Sepp Holzer’s Desert or Paradise with Opalyn, Mark, and Katie along for the ride. They spend this part talking about monks, that is the device used to drain water from a pond, not a type of priest, how Sepp modified the common design, potential flaws with it, and ways to counteract them. Support the podcast on Patreon S…
 
A sermon for the 2nd week of Eastertide, in Savior’s “The Way: How The First Christians Lived and Talked About Jesus” Eastertide sermon series. Text: Acts 4:32-35 Access Order of Worship here for Saturday, April 10.Esau McCaulley による
 
Paul continues his review of Sepp Holzer’s Desert or Paradise with the usual suspects among his patreons, discussing food shelf life, the Extremadura project Sepp took on, pond making, and some gushing about his latest Kickstarter success. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast on th…
 
Whether it’s in the too-dry conditions in the west, or the quite warm conditions of the east, farmers are getting rolling on some field work and seeding. This week’s episode of Wheat Pete’s Word is all about answering the question of “if it’s time” — is it time for more or all the N? Is... Read MoreRealAgriculture による
 
Paul continues his review of Sepp Holzer’s Desert or Paradise with Mark, Katie, et al. In this part, they talk about Sepp’s contribution to an orchard in Andalucia. They discuss frost protection, crater gardens, frost pockets, CO2 pools, orchards, and a possible origin on Sepp’s beliefs about water. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and dis…
 
More farming! Four grains! Hallertau is a veritable cereal box of tensions! Play it! But love it? We'll see. Then, what's the point of all these grains, these bits and bobs? We list our top 5 favorite resources in all of board games. This was way more fun than I thought it would be. Listen to more episodes on Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show…
 
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