The Prairie Farm Podcast

The voice of the prairie.

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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.

Wednesday Aug 24, 2022

If you know a beekeeper in Iowa (or even the Midwest), chances are they know of Ebert Honey. Phil Ebert, is not only a master beekeeper, but also the keeper of the bees on our farm. Having just turned 80, Phil has some stories and a legacy you won't want to miss.

Wednesday Aug 10, 2022

Ryan Bryson, founder of Bryson Wildlife and Land Management, joins us to discuss the best and worst of the nuanced practice of managing our wildlife habitat.

Wednesday Aug 03, 2022

Taylor Keen, founder of Sacred Seed, joins us as we dive into indigenous tradition of agriculture and how today's agriculture is affecting it.

Wednesday Jul 27, 2022

Laura Walter, of the University of Northern Iowa Tallgrass Prairie Center, helps lead the way for education on conservation in Iowa. Join Nicolas, Kent, and Laura as they discuss dirty diapers, open prairies, and the hopeful situation for prairie's future in Iowa.

Wednesday Jul 20, 2022

Here at The Prairie Farm we specialize in prairie flora. But on this episode Nicolas and Kent were joined by a man focused on the prairie fauna: Mr. Ted Koch of the North American Grouse Partnership. Ted recently published an article on the rapidly disappearing lesser prairie-chicken in hopes of rallying conservationists to participate in the advocacy needed to preserve the remaining population of these original members of the prairie. Other topics discussed include water, and air quality, as well as creative solutions for the way forward.
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Thursday Jul 14, 2022

Nancy and John Brannaman founded the Lavender Farm at Sutliff, but it wasn't a straightforward journey. Check out how their journey took them from Ukraine to a rural farm in Iowa.


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