The Prairie Farm Podcast

The voice of the prairie.

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4 days ago

This week on Coffee Time Wednesdays we discuss egg prices, the evil of chickens, and Tesla being the great destroyer of agriculture.

4 days ago

15 minutes, no more, no less. Usually about prairie. Always a good time. Join us as we discuss the latest news about prairie, ag, and conservation.

Friday Jan 20, 2023

Chase Burns is a Land Broker, Land Manager, Rancher, Conservationist, and Outdoorsman. With a resume like that it's hard to imagine anyone who cares for the land more than Chase does. In this episode Nicolas and Kent talk about Chase's background in all of the aforementioned roles he serves in, as well as his take on all things related to conserving our natural spaces on the map. 

Wednesday Dec 14, 2022

Joy Van Wyngarden is the project manager of the South Skunk River Water Shed. She is passionate and knowledgeable about how to keep our water clean for future generations... Oh, and we had a lot of fun too. Enjoy

Wednesday Nov 16, 2022

Iowa CRP manager, Matt Allen, joined us to discuss the past, present, and future CRP. We also discuss Federal and State Ag workers and their impact on everyday farmers.
Curious about CRP? Matt has your answers on this podcast episode.

Wednesday Nov 02, 2022

Chris Helzer, the Prairie Ecologist, is one of the most experts in native midwest flora and fauna (specifically insects) that we have had the privilege to speak with. He also, coincidentally, happens to be the most talented photographer we has spoken with. 

Wednesday Oct 19, 2022

Local conservationist and Hoksey friend, Steve DeJong (Aka Flipper), joined us to talk about his ventures on organic farming, why he quit, and conservation.

Wednesday Sep 28, 2022

At Hoksey Native Seeds, we enjoy work, laughing, and lunch. Join us for all three on this episode.

Wednesday Sep 28, 2022

Russel Kirt, retired professor of Dupage Community College, and prairie enthusiast has dedicated a large part of his life to prairies. When visiting his personal prairie in Iowa, we had the privilege to sit down with him and talk shop. We got to treat him to his first ever podcast episode. Though short, you won't want to miss it.

Wednesday Sep 07, 2022

President of the Iowa Prairie Network, Tabitha Panas, joined us to discuss past, present, and future prairies of the midwest and what we can do to pass them onto the next generation.


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