food sovereignty

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In this episode of the Big Fat Farm Show, host Kellie Pettyjohn welcomes back Lee-Ann Hill of Laughing Wolf Farm to discuss how seeds are selected to increase a crop's resilience and yield, and to look at examples of seeds that she has saved from this year's harvest.

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The time-honored tradition of seed saving is one of the best ways to for a farmer or gardener to feel connected to the plants that they grow. In this episode of the Big Fat Farm Show, host Kellie Pettyjohn talks with Lee-Ann Hill of Laughing Wolf Farm and the Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance about why seed saving is an important part of understanding the food we grow, and how it can lead to a more sustainable food network.

Montezuma School To Farm Project

In this episode of Pandora's Box, co-host Joanie Trussel talks with Gretchen Groenke with Mancos FoodShare about food insecurity and how education about food systems and food production for our children is a key part of the solution.


  • The Good Samaritan Center food pantry in Cortez sees an increase of roughly 40 percent in the number of people it serves.
  • At $125 million, Latigo Wind Farm will be the largest private construction project in the history of San Juan County, Utah.


Principles of Permaculture

Oct 14, 2014
Permaculture Provisional Project

In this episode of the Big Fat Farm Show, host Sarah Syverson talks with Grant Curry of the Permaculture Provision Project about permaculture, how it can work in the arid southwest, and how to apply the principles of permaculture to growing food.

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