Podcast 494Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker continue their review and discussion of the big black book, Bill Mollison's Permaculture - a designers' manual.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
7 Things We'll Never Go Back to Since COVID19It's been five months since the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. There are many changes that have taken place.Pioneering Today Shared .
Ep 55: Sweat EquityThe Original Transplants Podcast Episode 55: Sweat Equity The Original Transplants Podcast Episode 55 finds stewards Sarah and Will enjoying long summer days staying busy with homestead chores, beekeeping, backyard chickens, and edible gardening.Original Transplants Shared .
11 Tips to Get Rid of Bugs on Plants Naturally that Actually WorkThere's nothing more frustrating than having bugs or other garden pests decimate your vegetables. Unfortunately, there's a lot of myths or suggestions to use synthetic pesticides.Pioneering Today Shared .
The Amazing Amaranth FamilyEpisode 32: Meet the broad and beautiful Amaranth family in this episode with farmer and seed saver Andrew McMillion.Sustainable World Radio Shared .
Tips for a Successful Fall Garden and When to Plant for Fall HarvestHave fresh veggies all fall and into winter straight from the garden with these tips for a fall garden.Pioneering Today Shared .
Radically Deviant Financial StrategiesPaul Wheaton and Jennifer Richardson continue their discussion of radically different financial strategies, comparing Jacob Lund Fiskar's Early Retirement Extreme to life at wheaton labs, and respond to comments made on the ERE forum Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast on this...Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Most Underused Form of Poultry for Income and Sustainability on the HomesteadLearn about this sustainable form of poultry to use on the homestead and how it's vastly underused today.Pioneering Today Shared .
Why Seeking Success Might Be the Worst Mistake Of AllSuccess and fulfillment aren't the same things and they don't necessarily go hand in hand.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Tips for Butchering a Year's Worth of Chicken in 2 HoursThe actual butchering took 2 hours, but the setup, clean up, and packaging were longer.Pioneering Today Shared .
The Science of Crop BreedingNikolay Georgiev joins me to talk about the process of breeding hybrid tomatoes. We get into the science discussing what is possible in terms of disease resistance and what problems breeding could solve.Permaculture Voices Shared .
How This Couple Escaped Corporate Life with a Goat FarmThe Live Cam quickly became a place of refuge, peace, solitude and community to a great deal of people.Homesteady Shared .
Podcast 491Paul Wheaton, Fred Tyler, Jennifer Richardson and Josiah Kobernik continue their discussion about how Paul's projects can help resolve childhood cancer and create bricks to build a better world.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 490Paul Wheaton, Fred Tyler, Jennifer Richardson and Josiah Kobernik discuss the missing ‘brick' to build a better world, one that may prove to be the foundation stone: How to resolve childhood cancer, and how Paul's projects can help.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 489Paul Wheaton, Jen Richardson and Josiah Kobernik host a live open Q&A about the proposed wofati greenhouse, The Kickstarter is now funded three times over.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
It's Never Too Late to Do Good ThingsWhat do you want to leave behind - an asset that society can build off or a liability that society has to clean up?Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 488Paul Wheaton and Jennifer Richardson talk about the kickstarter for the truly passive wofati greenhouse, which will keep plants active throughout the Montana winter to process greywater.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
My Farm Journey with Liset GarciaLiset Garcia of Sweet Girl Farms joins me to talk about her first year of farming - how she started, what worked, and how she is evolving the business.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 487Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker continue their discussion of the big black book, Bill Mollison's Permaculture - a designers' manual.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
How to Make Fruit Vinegar at Home with 1 IngredientYou'll want to make sure you're turning some of that fresh summer fruit into this easy homemade vinegar that uses only, are you ready for this, 1 ingredient!Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 486Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker continue their review and discussion of Bill Mollison's the big black book.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 485Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker intend to do a page by page review of Bill Mollison's "Permaculture - a designers manual", also known as the Big Black Book.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Farming for CommunityJames Grevious of Rebels in the Garden joins me to talk about the importance of farming for the community.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Ep 54: Morels or LessThe Original Transplants Podcast Episode 54: Morels or Less The Original Transplants Podcast Episode 54 announces May 17th as International Root Flair Appreciation Day and shares morel mushroom hunting results and lessons learned from Satoyama Homestead stewards Sarah and Will.Original Transplants Shared .
3 Tips for Time Management and My Homestead ScheduleOne of the questions I get asked the most is how do you manage to get so much done with work and a homestead?Pioneering Today Shared .
SEp 076; May on the Homestead and Irrigation SystemsPlanting, chipping, mulching, and irrigation has been the themes this month. Join us as we share all the happenings on our homestead including our NEW irrigation system that is making watering and fertilizing super simple!Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast Shared .
PerspectiveFarmer Justin Gay joins me to talk about his thoughts on the murder of George Floyd while sharing his thoughts on what it is like to live life being Black in America.Permaculture Voices Shared .
10 Things Most Organic Gardeners Forget AboutLearn the 10 things most organic gardeners forget about to help you grow more food in the space you have, even if it's not ideal full sun!Pioneering Today Shared .
8 Tips for Hiring Better Farm EmployeesHiring troubles? Nervous about hiring? Then this is the episode for you. I am joined by Farmer and HR Specialist Jeremy Tolley of Red Thread Farm.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Clothes and Climate: The Environmental Cost of Fast FashionLearn how your clothing choices can change the world in this episode with writer Elizabeth Segran.Sustainable World Radio Shared .
Integrating New Chicks to Existing Flocks Q&A Chicken RaisingLearn how to integrate new chicks into existing flocks, plus, all your questions on mixing meat birds with laying hens and how to keep dual-purpose chickens.Pioneering Today Shared .
Selling Online: A Decade of Experience Selling Online with Dan BriseboisFarmer Dan Brisebois shares some of his experience selling produce and seeds online. Their farm uses two different platforms to manage their seed sales and CSA program.Permaculture Voices Shared .
7 Self-sufficiency and Simple Living Lessons from the AmishEven without going Amish, we can glean a lot from their lifestyle to help us live more self-sufficient and simple with these 7 tips.Pioneering Today Shared .
Selling Online: A Detailed Look at Local LineToday I talk to Cole Jones of Local Line - an online sales platform for online farm stores, food hubs, managing CSA's and for online farmers' markets.Permaculture Voices Shared .
5 Garden Elements You Need to Add for Relaxation and FunctionalityWhile a productive garden is the goal, they should also be a place of sanctuary and beauty.Pioneering Today Shared .
Balancing Family and Farming with Laura PattersonLaura Patterson of Hand-Grown Greens joins me to talk about her entrepreneurial journey that involves switching careers, balancing family and work, raising kids as a business owner, and grower her business.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 484Paul, Fred, Jen, Josiah, Orin and other residents of Wheaton labs continue to discuss hugeluculture construction and iterative design at Allerton Abbey.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 483Paul, Fred, Jen, Josiah, Orin and other residents of Wheaton labs meet to discuss the next stage in creating Gertitude and hugelculture beds at Allerton Abbey.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
10 Tips on Raising Chickens for MeatWhat you need to know to raise chickens for meat, including what breed is best, where to purchase, how much food they need, butcher age, and what you need to do differently with meat birds to avoid early death or leg problems.Pioneering Today Shared .
Selling Online: Bring Your Farmers' Market OnlineToday we're interviewing Jordan McPhee of Maple Bloom Farm from Prince Edward Island, whose farmers' market was recently shut down due to the COVID pandemic.Permaculture Voices Shared .
8 Common Mistakes Made by New GardenersThese 8 common mistakes made by new gardeners are easy to avoid once you know what they are and though common with new gardeners, even us veteran gardeners may be making some of them!Pioneering Today Shared .
Saving Medicinal Plants with United Plant SaversEpisode 154: When medicinal at risk plants need help, United Plant Savers comes to the rescue!Sustainable World Radio Shared .
Ep 53 Homesteading for Food SecurityThe Original Transplants Podcast Episode 53: Homesteading for Food Security The Original Transplants Podcast Episode 53 explores food security and supply chain logistics during the COVID-19 pandemic.Original Transplants Shared .
12 Non-Food Essentials to Always Have on HandThese are non-food items to keep on hand at all times with tips to make sure you have what you need to run your home and homestead smoothly, from the vehicles, equipment and the cleaner / medicine cabinet.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 482Paul meets with Fred Tyler, Josiah Kobernik, Jen Richardson and other residents of wheaton labs to work on the iterative design to turn allerton abbey into a one acre permaculture paradise.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Selling Online: Selling Online When the Farmer's Market ClosesKatherine Creswell of Moose Meadow Farm joins me to talk about why they started their online store.Permaculture Voices Shared .
13 Pantry Items to Always Have on HandThese are the 13 pantry items I always have on hand and the amounts I'm now keeping as a bare minimum since COVID19.Pioneering Today Shared .
Profitably Growing Mushrooms on a Small FarmToday we're talking to John Findlay, who raises mushrooms on his farm in Ontario, Canada.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Our COVID19 Food Production Plan and How to Plan for LivestockWe're implementing steps right now to raise more of our own food than ever before.Pioneering Today Shared .
How to Produce More Product Faster for a Rapidly Growing Customer BaseChris Kiesz of Yellow Hutch Farm in Minnesota joins us to talk about picking up jobs and moving 2000 miles across the country to start his farm.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Selling Online: Aggregating Vegetables and Selling Through an Online StoreMax Becher and Mike Roberts of Farmivore join me to talk about how they are aggregating products and selling them online in their farm store using Shopify.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Plant these now and have food for years + uncommon edible plantsWhat's better than planting something once and having food for years to come? Pretty much nothing!Pioneering Today Shared .
Sold Our Home, Moved Into a Bus, and Started a FarmToday we interview Troy and Cindy Dickens of Tilth and Timber farm in MA. They are only a few months into their journey.Permaculture Voices Shared .
codes, insurance, and rocket mass heatersPaul Wheaton and Chris McClellan talk about building codes, insurance companies and rocket mass heaters.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Selling Online: Selling Vegetables with Shopify and Customer PickupsRay Tyler joins me to talk about his online store that runs on Shopify. We get into what he likes about the platform and how going online has allowed him to drastically increase his sales from compared to when he only did farmers' markets.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Ep 52 Shelter at HomesteadThe Original Transplants Podcast Episode 52: Shelter at Homestead The Original Transplants Podcast Episode 52 begins with covid-19 pandemic well-wishes from Satoyama Homestead stewards Will and Sarah.Original Transplants Shared .
Your COVID19 Gardening Plan to Grow Your Own FoodMany of us are relying on our gardens this year for food than ever before.Pioneering Today Shared .
Pastured Poultry Alternatives to the Cornish Cross Chicken with Luke GroceFarmer Luke Groce discusses some of the different breeds he has tried on his farm in his open cell pastured poultry system.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Selling Online: REKO Rings"How does a REKO-ring work? The ring is based on a closed Facebook group. The producer and consumer who want to take part apply for membership in the group he or she likes."Permaculture Voices Shared .
SEp: 075; Spring Planting, Listener Questions, and Permaculture Principles in the Kitchen GardenSpring has sprung on the homestead and today we share all the new seeds / plants we are looking forward to in 2020 as well as many steps we take to prep our garden for planting.Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Paper product substitutes and tips for homemade reusable itemsThese homemade reusable substitutes for single-use store-bought items will serve you well, especially in these times when toilet paper can be hard to come by.Pioneering Today Shared .
Pastured Raised PodcastToday's episode is a replay of Luke Groce's new podcast The Pasture-Raised Podcast. Listen to more episodes at.Permaculture Voices Shared .
5 Tips to Create a Handmade and Vintage HomeHaving a home that is beautiful and functional is extremely important, especially now when many of us are spending more time there.Pioneering Today Shared .
03: Dirt DishingIn which we reveal secret habits we do while out in the garden, dig deeper into Angela's fascination with "little old men" and explore Shaye's advise for beginner gardeners.The Elliott Homestead Shared .
Succeeding Despite Challenges and Selling Online with Los Perros Urban FarmToday we're talking to Buddha of Los Perros an urban farm in Malmö, Sweden. They're going into their 5th year farming and have faced a lot of challenges recently.Permaculture Voices Shared .
How to Grow Your Own Food Q&AToday I answer your questions on growing your own food straight from your messages. Now more than ever people are needing to grow a garden to provide for their family and I answer your questions.Pioneering Today Shared .
How Fragile Is Your BusinessCould it survive a recession? How long could you survive at 50% of your current sales?Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 480Paul Wheaton and Mike Haasl have been developing the PEP badges as part of the SKills to Inherit Property initiative.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Tips and Advice for Optimizing your Farm Website for CustomersFarmer Debra Bruner joins us to talk about selling to restaurants, partnering with other farms, buying another farm's products, and designing a better website.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 479Paul Wheaton and Ben Lawson finish their discussion about dryland ponds, then switch to dealing with authorities, giving them correct answers, the value of overalls, relationships, polyamory, social permaculture, cryptocurrency and turning Paul into a cartoon.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Changing the Business Based on Customer DemandThis week we talk with Chris and Audra Wyant from central Illinois of Finding Eminence Farm.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 478Paul Wheaton and Ben Lawson continue their discussion of the creation dryland ponds and chinampa systems without the use of cement or bentonite and avoiding toxins.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Coronavirus Homestead Plan to Alleviate Fear and Be PreparedDuring this unprecedented time with the Coronavirus, I'm sharing what we're doing to stay calm, be prepared, and help others.Pioneering Today Shared .
How to Keep Weeds Out of the Garden NaturallyWeeds have long plagued me in the garden and weed fabric does NOT work, but I've finally found some things that do work to keep weeds out of the garden naturally long term.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 477Paul Wheaton and Ben Lawson of tantrapunk.com discuss Ben's dream to make a dryland pond and chinampa system.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Thinking About Starting a Profitable Homestead or FarmsteadLearn more with Grassfed Life Courses.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Building a Brand and a FarmThis week we interview first-year farmers Quinn Richards and Theus Weiskopf of Farm Punk Salads in Portland Oregon.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Impact of Being in the Midst of a Crisis How Homesteading HelpsNo matter what your thoughts are on the coronavirus this is the time to assess how your food storage and supplies are.Pioneering Today Shared .
Growing and Improving a Microgreens Business with Max Beecher and Chris ThoreauThe benefits of building a microgreens business, and how to keep improving it. Chris's online course Growing Your Profitable Microgreens Business Paperpot Transplanter and Other Small Farm Equipment at.Permaculture Voices Shared .
02: What Makes Us WeirdLet's face it, we're weird and we know it. One of us can't put her left shoe on first without crying and the other has a history of rocking pleather pants and platform heels.The Elliott Homestead Shared .
10 Steps to Starting a Garden From ScratchIf you're ready to sink your shovel into the soil for a garden of your own, there's a number of considerations that need to be made beforehand.The Homesteading Hippy Shared .
Gardening the Permaculture Way: How to Create an Abundant Perennial GardenEpisode 153: Put down that shovel and start a no-till perennial garden! In this fun and informative interview, Permaculture Designer and Teacher Morag Gamble shares her tips about how to create an abundant and thriving organic oasis.Sustainable World Radio Shared .
Achieve Financial Sustainability and Food Security With a GardenSustainability and food security is a huge factor in why people start homesteading and can be created with a home garden.Pioneering Today Shared .
Great Pastured Poultry Starts in the BrooderDarby discusses why good brooder management is so important for pastured poultry. Starting the chicks off to a good start in the brooder helps them excel in the field.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Can Your Farm Earn You a Living Wage?And why a living wage isn't enough. All questions answered in this episode of Farm Small Farm Smart.Permaculture Voices Shared .
01: Our Love StoryWe live on opposite sides of the country so how did we become friends? It's more than just loving red lipstick.The Elliott Homestead Shared .
Podcast 476Paul Wheaton, Jen Richardson and Josiah Kobernik talk about the experimental use of a casserole lid as a door for a batch box rocket mass heater at Wheaton Labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Starting a Successful Craft Butcher Business from ScratchThey found an old bank in the middle of Pennsylvania farm country. Perfect. Lots of elbow grease, experimenting with old world recipes, and bourbon, and here they are running a successful butcher business from scratch.Homesteady Shared .
Podcast 475Paul Wheaton, Jen Richardson and Josiah Kobernik round off their discussion about the upcoming Jamboree at Wheaton Labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
How to Care for Fruit Trees In Fall and WinterKnow what to do in fall and what you need to do in winter to ensure the vitality of your fruit trees and how to keep disease down.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 474Paul Wheaton, Jen Richardson and Josiah Kobernik continue their discussion about the upcoming Jamboree at Wheaton Labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Is this the last episode?Evaluating where we're spending our time, especially when we feel overwhelmed, is extremely important for anyone, but especially homesteaders.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 473Paul Wheaton, Jen Richardson and Josiah Kobernik talk about the upcoming Jamboree, formerly called the Appropriate Technology Course, at Wheaton Labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Growing Great Microgreens Starts with the Great SoilMicrogreen grower Chris Thoreau joins me to talk about the importance of soil in growing microgreens.Permaculture Voices Shared .
LIVESTOCKI feel one of the best things you can do for yourself, and especially for your children, is to raise some livestock, even if only for a short time.Homesteady Shared .
Podcast 472Paul Wheaton and Josiah Kobernik round off their discussion of the design and construction of the roundwood timber-frame earth sheltered berm shed at Wheaton labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Tips on How to Declutter Your Home and Keep It That WayA homestead has more moving parts than most homes and without systems in place, it can quickly become a jumbled mess.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 471Paul Wheaton and Josiah Kobernik continue their discussion about the earth sheltered berm shed on Wheaton Labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Where to Buy Whole Grains in BulkI'll dive into how I use each of those grains in my baking and cooking to help you create a well-stocked pantry.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 470Paul Wheaton and Josiah Kobernik talk about the earth sheltered Berm shed. It is a roundwood timber-framed structure used as storage on Wheaton Labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Cattle GrazingLearn more with Grassfed Life Courses.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Tips for Buying and Growing ln High TunnelsThis week we talk about high tunnels with Nicolas Donck who owns 28! He's not going for high tech, he goes for low tech, a minimum viable product.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Chickens, Ducks, Peacocks and Emus, HATCHING ALL KINDS of HOMESTEAD POULTRY featuring White House on the HillJake, Becky and their three boys make up White House on the Hill. YouTubers and homesteaders in NW Missouri that are interested in growing their own food, hatching and raising birds, and starting a farm from scratch.Homesteady Shared .
Ep 51 Resisting the Urge to PruneWill and Sarah respond to listener feedback about sharing bad news by sharing more bad news: the beehives are deadouts.Original Transplants Shared .
Small Space Vegetable Gardening Urban Gardening TipsSmall space vegetable gardening is doable and Kevin Espiritu from Epic Gardening shares how he grows a TON of food in a small urban environment and how these tips will help you grow more no matter how much or little space you have.Pioneering Today Shared .
SEp: 074 Gardening and Cooking with Kids to Encourage Healthy Eating with Leah Webb from Deep Rooted WellnessIncluding our Kids in our Gardening and Cooking allows us to teach them SO many important life skills, including encouraging healthy eating!Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast Shared .
How to Improve Soil for GardeningNot blessed with great gardening soil? No worries, these 3 easy tips on how to improve soil for gardening will help you out, especially if you have clay, compacted, hard, or sandy soil.Pioneering Today Shared .
Using The Winter for Planning Your Farm SeasonDarby discusses how to take advantage of the winter break to plan out your farm season so you can hit the ground running in the spring.Permaculture Voices Shared .
CBD Hemp for Small FarmsThe what, the why, the how, and the economics of raising hemp on a small scale farm?Permaculture Voices Shared .
Our Big Homestead Plans For 2020Join myself and a special guest for a live discussion on planning a great year on the homestead!Homesteady Shared .
Herbal Medicinal Tea Guide How to Make and Blend Your OwnUsing herbs medicinally isn't something I was raised with, but over the years, I turn to my natural medicine cabinet first but one needs to understand how to brew a medicinal cup of tea differently than just a regular cup of tea.Pioneering Today Shared .
Best Location for a Vegetable GardenPicking the best location for a vegetable garden, herbs, or fruit trees depends on your growing climate and land.Pioneering Today Shared .
Thoughts on Differents Cattle Breed CrossesDarby answers a question about which chicken tractor design is the best? Learn more with Grassfed Life Courses.Permaculture Voices Shared .
What Should a Market Farmer's Fair Annual Income Be?How much should you be making as an owner / operator of a small scale farm?Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 469Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker do a book review of the 12th and final chapter of Gaia's Garden by Toby Hemenway.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Breeding Chickens Naturally: Selective Breeding for Eggs and Chicks for a Homestead IncomeBreeding chickens naturally using selective breeding for eggs and chicks, either to build up your own flock or to create a homestead income from your chickens.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 468Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker do a book review of the 12th and final chapter of Gaia's Garden by Toby Hemenway.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Easy Crop Rotation in the Garden Based on Plant FamiliesCrop rotation is one of the easiest ways to make a big difference in your garden's health and decreasing disease, but people often get confused on how to implement it.Pioneering Today Shared .
Can You Make a Living on a Small Farm?What does running a small farm really look like from a business perspective? How much money can you make, how much work is it, and what does your lifestyle look like?Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 467Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker do a book review of the 12th and final chapter of Gaia's Garden by Toby Hemenway.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Start Homesteading TodayI will be starting this course on Monday Jan 13, at 5 P.M. Eastern Time.Homesteady Shared .
No Till Gardening benefit's and Getting Started + Growing Tomatoes in ContainersLearn how to get started with no till gardening with Jo Lamp'l. Why you should consider no till gardening methods for healthier soil, including less weeds, and easy tips to transition existing beds to this method.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 466Paul, Jennifer, and Ron finish their discussion about WWOOF. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast on this thread at Permies.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
How to Plan Your Homestead Year with Budget and Time RestrictionsI share how we plan our homestead year based on what we need to produce from the homestead and how that works into the calendar year.Pioneering Today Shared .
FiefdomsDarby will share his thoughts on what worked, what didn't and what he wished he did better.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 465Paul, Jennifer, and Ron continue their discussion about WWOOF. Josiah is out on holiday. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast on this thread at Permies.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
What Exactly is "No-Till"?.Is no-till farming actually worth it? Is the amount of compost required worth the investment, and do the results actually stack up in comparison to tilling?Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 464Mike Haasl and Paul Wheaton talk about PEP and SKIP programs, focusing on Foraging. Part 2 of 2.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
How Many Fruit and Berry Plants Per Person Do You Need for a Year's Worth of FoodI break down how many fruit and berry plants we have per person, how to choose which options are best for you based on your climate and space, and average yield amounts.Pioneering Today Shared .
List of Heirloom Varieties to Grow in the Garden This YearThese are my tried and true must-have every year. I also share how much of each variety I plant to take us through an entire year.Pioneering Today Shared .
Which Chicken Tractor Should I Use?Darby answers a question about which chicken tractor design is the best? Learn more with Grassfed Life Courses.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 463Mike Haasl and Paul Wheaton talk about PEP and SKIP programs, focusing on Foraging. Part 1 of 2.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
NEAR BANKRUPTCY to OWNING 4 FARMSGreg and Jan Judy of Clark, Missouri run a grazing operation on 1620 acres of leased and owned land.Homesteady Shared .
Podcast 462Paul, Josiah, Jennifer, and Ron talk about being a WWOOF Host. Part 3 of 3.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Tips and Advice for Selling Microgreens to Grocery Stores with Vincent CuneoToday's episode is a BEST OF episode, which is a replay of a previously aired episode.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Where I Buy Heirloom Seeds and Why You Should Use Heirloom Seeds TooI also break down the difference in heirloom, hybrid and what GMO means for backyard gardeners as I still see a lot of WRONG info on what GMO seeds actually are.Pioneering Today Shared .
Seed Packet InformationLearn how to read seed packet information to help you pick the best varieties for your garden.Pioneering Today Shared .
10 Life Changing Lessons to Live Your Best 2020Today I will be sharing some of what I learned as Javan and I each go through our top 5 lessons from 2019.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Biggest Garden Planning Mistakes and How to Avoid ThemCommon advice is to start planning your garden with where you're going to put your plants but that is NOT where your gardening should start.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 461Paul, Josiah, Jennifer, and Ron talk about being a WWOOF Host. Part 2 of 3.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Ep 50 Short Days, Long NightsOriginal Transplants, special solstice 2019 edition, begins with Will and Sarah discussing tools they've worn out, replaced, upgraded, and can't live without after six years on the homestead.Original Transplants Shared .
Save Thousands Of DollarsIn this video we are joined by Butcher and Educator Jamie Waldron. Together we explore the world of home butchery and how it can greatly increase your home economy by taking control of how you purchase meat and providing you with more flexibility by purchasing whole carcasses.Homesteady Shared .
Beating Cancer and Living the DreamJason Conteras joins me to talk about his journey from working in an office in Southern California to battling cancer to moving across the country to homestead with his family in North Carolina.Permaculture Voices Shared .
10 Big Lessons to Change Your Life with Javan BernakevitchToday's episode is a BEST OF episode, which is a replay of a previously aired episode.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Top Takeaways for Vegetable Gardeners from Last Season's GardenGet the top takeaways from this year's vegetable garden so you can make next year's garden better and increase the harvest based on this year's experience.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 460Paul, Josiah, Jennifer, and Ron talk about being a WWOOF Host. Part 1 of 3.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
From Scratch Christmas Dinner MenuIt doesn't get much better than a from-scratch Christmas dinner menu based on what was raised in the garden.Pioneering Today Shared .
Can You Make a Living Growing Microgreens?In this episode Chris Thoreau joins me to explore the idea - Can you actually make a living growing microgreens?Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 459Jennifer and Josiah the Boots join Paul to talk about the Annualized Thermal Inertia tests for Allerton Abbey.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Fantastic Fungi: An Interview with Louie SchwartzbergEpisode 152: Famed cinematographer Louie Schwartzberg talks about his new film Fantastic Fungi that highlights the fascinating and often hidden world of the fungi beneath our feet.Sustainable World Radio Shared .
Urban Farming: 80 Fruit Trees on 1/3 Acre with VegetablesThink you can't grow much on just 1/3 of an acre in the middle of the city?Pioneering Today Shared .
My Top 9 Homestead Gifts to Make Life Easier and FunOver the past 20 years of homesteading I've compiled my top favorite homestead related gifts I've received as a gift.Pioneering Today Shared .
The Importance of Self-Care On the FarmJordan MacPhee of Maple Bloom farm joins me to talk about facing challenges on the farm this year, just like any of us out there in the field.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Living Like it's the 1800'sLiving like it's the 1800's in a modern world, seems like a contradiction doesn't it, but even if you do have electricity and running water, there are some valuable tips to be learned that can help you save money now and if you do decide to go off-grid, help you make the transition.Pioneering Today Shared .
Farming Trees Not VegetablesToday's episode is a BEST OF episode, which is a replay of a previously aired episode.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Tips for Freezing Temps and Winter Storms on the HomesteadHow we prep the garden, livestock and house when temps are supposed to be in the low teens with high winds, and how you can use the same checklist.Pioneering Today Shared .
The Farming LifestyleFarmer and Homesteader Jesse Frost joins me to talk about his journey into homesteading and farming.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Does Homesteading Really Save Money? An honest discussion about moneyDoes homesteading really save money when you take into account the items you need to buy, livestock, supplies, and the time required?Pioneering Today Shared .
Ep 49 Thanksgiving and Conspiracy TheoriesThe Original Transplants Podcast Episode 49 "Thanksgiving and Conspiracy Theories" The Original Transplants begin this episode with reflecting on what we are thankful for and winter apiary news, including the bees' surprising preference for another homestead critter's feed; then, we discuss supportive therapies for a chicken experiencing...Original Transplants Shared .
Raising Cattle on Without a lot of LandDarby answers a question about raising cows or sheep when you don't have much land.Permaculture Voices Shared .
SEpp 073; Growing and Preserving a Years Worth of Food with Melissa K. Norris from Pioneering TodayDo you want to fill your pantry with a years worth of food? Me too!Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast Shared .
How to Use Homesteading Skills to Make Money ESPECIALLY during the holidaysYour homesteading skills will not only save you money but they can help you MAKE money.Pioneering Today Shared .
Sheet Mulching: the Easy Way to Compost with LayersThis is my favorite "lazy" way to compost and build up our vegetable garden soil.Pioneering Today Shared .
Common Microgreen Diseases and Solutions to ThemMolds, fungus, viruses - oh my! Depending on your growing environment you may encounter one or perhaps even all of these diseases.Permaculture Voices Shared .
When Butchering a Cow the Best Cuts of Meat to GetWhat you need to know to get the best cuts of meat on your cut and wrap order, what to tell the butcher, and the cuts you MUST ask for that the butcher won't offer unless you do.Pioneering Today Shared .
SEpp 72; Prep now for Spring Soil, Winterizing the Farm, and OUR Skunk storySoil building is the 'secret sauce' to a thriving and productive garden. In this episode we share with you a simple 3 step process that you can do RIGHT NOW to prep your soil for spring.Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast Shared .
The Mighty OakEpisode 31: Journey into the world of Quercus, the amazing Oak. Horticulturalist Byron Joel is an avid Oak fan and shares his knowledge about Oaks from tiny acorn to robust tree.Sustainable World Radio Shared .
Baking Hacks and Tips for Busy Nights: How to Freeze DoughThese baking hacks and tips show you how to freeze dough for delicious and easy homemade baked goods during busy nights and times without sacrificing any time or flavor!Pioneering Today Shared .
Building a Farm Following Online and In-Person with Josh SattinFarmer Josh Sattin from Sattin Hill Farm joins me to talk about how he built up a farm following for his new farm pretty quickly - both online and in-person with local chefs.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Raising American Guinea Hogs, The Homestead Pig with Cathy PayneThis BEST OF episode is a replay of a previous episode of the Grassfed Life Podcast - While American Guinea Hogs are suited to a wide variety of environments and will do better than most breeds on low-grade forage, they prefer lush pastures with clover along with access to minerals, kitchen scraps, quality hay in winter, clean water to drink,...Permaculture Voices Shared .
Grass Fed BeefWhen raising grass fed beef there are key things you need to know on butcher day to get the most out of your cow.Pioneering Today Shared .
How to Grow Vegetables All Year: Plant Covers for Cold Weather GardeningHow to have vegetables growing all year long , including which plants will still grow during frosts and hard freezes, which ones can be left in the ground, and for those more tender veggies, how to use plant covers to extend the growing season.Pioneering Today Shared .
Tackling Challenges on a Small FarmThis week's interview on FSFS features a season's end reflection on a timeless topic; the challenges of farming.Permaculture Voices Shared .
6 Tips for Hygge Style Living on the HomesteadLearn what hygge means and 6 tips for implementing it on the homestead. Melissa talks with Kathie from seasonal homespun living on why embracing hygge during the winter months is good for both the body and soul and practical tips for this Danish tradition.Pioneering Today Shared .
Bread Baking Tips for the Perfect LoafSnag these tips for bread baking to help you get the perfect homemade loaf. If you've ever had bread turn out too dense and heavy or your sandwich loaves are crumbly or too dry, these tips will help you turn them into delicious perfectly textured loaves, especially if you're using sourdough and are having trouble getting your bread recipes to...Pioneering Today Shared .
20 Years of Building Soil with Cover CropsNicolas Donck of Crystal Organic farm joins me to talk about how growing cover crops for the past 20 years have impacted his soil.Permaculture Voices Shared .
SEpp 071; A Story of Perseverance with Tamara from the Roo ApronToday we chat with Tamara from the Roo Apron about how the Roo Apron came to be, what it's like to create and distribute a product, and how the company has grown over the years.Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Cheap Garden Ideas for Your Homestead that Make a Big ImpactThese cheap garden ideas will save you money and have a big impact on your garden and homestead success.Pioneering Today Shared .
How to Improve Soil HealthAlmost all of your garden success comes back to the health of your soil and learning how to improve soil health is the answer to virtually every gardening issue you have.Pioneering Today Shared .
75 Chicks to 10000This BEST OF episode is a replay of a previous episode. Grassfed Life Courses.Permaculture Voices Shared .
The Many Reasons Why Microgreens Might NOT Be a Fit For YouThis is a realistic look at what growing microgreens as a business is really like.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 458The Better World Book signing party at Wheaton labs. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast on this thread at Permies.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
7 Health Benefits of Maple Syrup and Ways to Use ItLearn the surprising health benefits of maple syrup, an old-fashioned sweetener with wonderful properties beyond the flavor, that no other sweetener has, from antioxidants, essential vitamins and minerals, immune boosting, prebiotic and more.Pioneering Today Shared .
How to Treat Fruit Trees Organically: When to Spray for DiseaseLearn what steps to take now in the fall for your fruit trees to decrease pest and disease load, what times of year to spray your fruit trees organically, and options for naturally keeping bugs off your fruit trees that damage the tree or fruit.Pioneering Today Shared .
How to Hire the Right Person for Your FarmHiring troubles? Nervous about hiring? Then this is the episode for you. I am joined by Farmer and HR Specialist Jeremy Tolley of Red Thread Farm.Permaculture Voices Shared .
The Farm One-page Business Plan TemplateSmallfarmnation.com Okay, so it's strategy week here on the Small Farm Nation podcast. And nothing says "strategy" more than business planning, so that's the focus this week.Small Farm Nation: Farming & Homesteading Shared .
Self Sufficient Homesteading Tips for the Long HaulSelf sufficient homesteading tips for the long haul from beginning your homestead journey to more experienced.Pioneering Today Shared .
How to Care for Berry Plants in the FallLearn what to do with your berry plants in the fall to increase your harvest next year.Pioneering Today Shared .
Healing Earth: A Diversity of SolutionsEpisode 151: What if we could heal broken ecosystems, toxic landscapes, and poisoned water? My guest today is Dr. John Todd, ecological designer and author of the new book, Healing Earth - An Ecologist's Journey of Innovation and Environmental Stewardship.Sustainable World Radio Shared .
Growing A Farm with The Resources You Have with Loblolly Flower FarmBenny and Courtney Pino from Loblolly Farm join me to talk about some of the challenges they face with the scale they are at.Permaculture Voices Shared .
8 Logo design mistakesSmallfarmnation.com What do most people think of when they think of branding? They think of logos.Small Farm Nation: Farming & Homesteading Shared .
Raised Bed Gardening TipsRaised bed gardening tips, we'll discuss the pros and cons of raised beds, which type of soil and crops are best for raised beds, what you need to consider before constructing, weed management and pest/animal solutions with raised beds with Melissa and Jill from the Beginner Gardeners Podcast.Pioneering Today Shared .
5 Tips for Organic Pest Control for Vegetable GardensMelissa shares how to identify which organic options is the right one, preventative vs infestation use, plus her two favorite options, one is a powder and one is a spray that are like a swiss army knife and what you need to look out for when purchasing these to ensure it truly is all natural.Pioneering Today Shared .
Sepp 070; Behind the Scenes of a Conference with Amy from Homesteaders of AmericaEver wonder what it takes to put on a big conference? How long does it take to plan and how much money do these things cost anyways?Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Building Soils with Min-Till, Biochar and CompostFarmer and Soil Consultant James Hutchinson joins me to talk about his method for building soils on his Tasmanian farm.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Learn to become a farm entrepreneurSmallfarmnation.com What can you do if you have a business but you're not a natural entrepreneur?Small Farm Nation: Farming & Homesteading Shared .
Best Herbal Home Remedies for Cold and FluLearn how to choose the best herbal home remedies during the cold and flu season for your body.Pioneering Today Shared .
Ep 48 Hedges and HuntsThe Original Transplants Podcast Episode #48 "Hedges and Hunts" finds Will hedging his bets in the bee yard and chickens hedging their bets in the roadway.Original Transplants Shared .
What is Organic Gardening and How to Start Using Organic Practices at HomeLearn what organic gardening actually means, tips on how identify if your soil is organic and steps to take if it's not to get it there.Pioneering Today Shared .
SEpp 069; Fall Plantings, Meat Birds, and Why Plant Varieties MatterPlant and Seed Varieties Matter and are one of the keys to simplifying your garden experience.Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Podcast 457Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast on this thread at Permies.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Your First CowKarin grew up on a mixed family farm in Alberta, Canada, raising and selling backgrounding stocker steers.Homesteady Shared .
How to Create an Email List for your FarmOne of the challenges I hear most often expressed from small farmers , is how difficult it is to create an email list of potential customers.Small Farm Nation: Farming & Homesteading Shared .
How to Improve Soil for Gardening Win my families 100-year-old strain of bean seedHealthy garden soil is the foundation of your entire garden. If you get this right, you'll drastically improve your harvest and health of your plants.Pioneering Today Shared .
Plant these Herbal Flowers from Seed Now for SpringA few quick time saving tips on getting your medicinal herbal flowers ready now for next spring.Pioneering Today Shared .
Breeding Trees, Restoring a Piece of America's Past and Establishing a Piece of Our Agricultural Future with Phil RutterAn interview with Phil Rutter of Badgersett Research Corporation. We talk about why perennial based woody agriculture is important and how chestnuts and hazelnuts fit into that.Permaculture Voices Shared .
9 Garden Hacks to do This Fall for a Better Garden Next YearThese 9 garden hacks will help you assess this year's garden to increase next year's harvest and give you a clear plan of action to improve your garden to fit you and your families needs.Pioneering Today Shared .
5 Tips to Harvest Herbal Flowers for Medicinal PurposesMelissa walks you through her favorite top pics for medicinal herbal flowers, how to use all 3 parts of the echinacea, as well as lavender, chamomile, and calendula.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 456Paul makes a visit to Brian Hanford's farm in the Central WA for a site review.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
SEp 068: Searching for the Perfect Homestead with Meg and Ben from The Hollar HomesteadToday we chat with Meg and Ben from Hollar Homestead about their search for the perfect place to call home.Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast Shared .
9 Tips How to Prepare for Emergencies and Winter on the HomesteadMelissa walks you through where to start if you're beginning, how to do so without being overwhelmed, and where to build once you have your foundation so you're prepared no matter what winter or other emergencies come your way.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 455Paul makes a visit to Brian Hanford's farm in the Central WA for a site review.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
5 Tips to Reduce Liquid Loss in Canning JarsSiphoning, or liquid loss after canning, is common among canning problems. Learn these 5 easy steps to help prevent it and the guidelines for safety.Pioneering Today Shared .
8 Tips on How to Cure Onions for Winter StorageLearn how to cure onions for long term winter storage, how to pick the best spot for drying, two methods to use for drying your onions and how long to cure onions before bringing them inside to store for winter.Pioneering Today Shared .
How to Harvest Onions for Long Term StorageLearn how to harvest onions at the right time for best long term storage, what to do if onions have bolted , and best type of onions for winter storage on the pantry shelf.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 454Paul visits with Dr. Julia Winter. Julia is a Doctor, Patreon patron, Kickstarter supporter, and Permies Staff member.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 453Paul visits with Dr. Julia Winter. Julia is a Doctor, Patreon patron, Kickstarter supporter, and Permies Staff member.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 452Paul visits with Dr. Julia Winter. Julia is a Doctor, Patreon patron, Kickstarter supporter, and Permies Staff member.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Pole Bean Growing Guide When to Pick for Eating, Shelling and SeedTroubleshoot common pole bean problems, like blossoms but no beans, hot weather and frosts, and benefits of pole beans vs. bush beans.Pioneering Today Shared .
14 Vegetables to Plant in August for Fall Garden CropsMelissa breaks how to tailor planting time for your gardening zone and climate, what should be done from seed, and what plants can be put in as seedlings.Pioneering Today Shared .
SEp 067: Having a Healthy Relationship with your Skin and the SunToday we chat with Noelle Fuller from UGarden Herbs all about how to have a healthy relationship with your skin and the Sun.Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Podcast 451Paul and Shawn talk about the Better World Book. Paul reads from the chapter on Mowable Meadows.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 450Paul and Shawn talk about the Better World Book. Paul reads from the chapter on Mowable Meadows.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Ep 47: Soil and Swollen FeetThe Original Transplants Podcast Episode 47: "Soil and Swollen Feet" The Original Transplants starts with a soil analysis and goes into various health issues in the beehives and the chicken coop, prognosis good.Original Transplants Shared .
Canning in Electric Pressure Cookers and Other Pressure Canning QuestionsWhat you NEED to know about using electric pressure cookers as a pressure canner , what to do if the pressure falls, using well water in canners, double stacking jars inside a pressure canner, which pressure canner is best for your stove type, is it safe to use an older pressure canner , and how long do you have to wait between runs when...Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 449Paul and Jocelyn talk about updates on Wheaton Labs, and how the "Problem is the Solution".Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
5 Tips on How to Avoid Overwhelm on the Homestead5 tips on how to avoid overwhelm on the homestead, because let's face it, this old-fashioned way of life, it adds another layer of work and tasks.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 448Paul and Jocelyn talk about updates on Wheaton Labs, and how the "Problem is the Solution".Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
17 Year Old's SecretIn this episode of the Podcast, we interview Rachyl Travis, of Travis Family Farm. At 9 years old, milking her first goat, Rachyl had no idea that someday she would be running a successful family farm business.Homesteady Shared .
Why You Must Create a Great Farm BrandLet's start with what I mean by the word "brand" because it's a word that we hear often, but we may not understand the meaning.Small Farm Nation: Farming & Homesteading Shared .
Best Way to Water Your Vegetable Garden to Increase Harvest and Eliminate DiseaseMelissa shares how often to water your vegetables in summer and best techniques for both the plants, ease of implementing, and cost based on what they do on their homestead garden and have found to work the best.Pioneering Today Shared .
How to Make Money HomesteadingHow one makes money homesteading, they went from the suburbs to their homestead and earning their living on their homestead in three years time.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 447Coco is now the Event Coordinator and Manager of Things at Wheaton labs, and Paul has a podcast to talk all about Coco and events and PEP.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 446Coco is now the Event Coordinator and Manager of Things at Wheaton labs, and Paul has a podcast to talk all about Coco and events and PEP.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
A Conversation with Dr. Monica GaglianoEpisode 150: Join us for a mind and heart expanding conversation with Dr. Monica Gagliano about her research in plant cognition and her direct experiences with the botanical world.Sustainable World Radio Shared .
Podcast 445A wrapup of the 2019 ATC with several of the ATC participants. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast on this thread at Permies.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
How to Design a Cottage GardenLearn how to design a cottage garden or pull elements of one into your own yard.Pioneering Today Shared .
10 Factors to Growing a PROFITABLE HOMESTEADHomesteading roots began with people trying to turn their life around by making a profit.Homesteady Shared .
7 Habits of Successful Farm MarketersSo what's the secret to marketing farm and local food products? Today, I'll tell you, and set you on a solid foundation for marketing your farm and/or food products.Small Farm Nation: Farming & Homesteading Shared .
Ep 46: Interdependence DayThe Original Transplants Podcast Episode 46: "Interdependence Day" Celebrating American Independence Day, Will and Sarah talk about the importance of recognizing interdependence and Will gives a history lesson on what it was like to live in the 18th century in America.Original Transplants Shared .
Podcast 444Paul talks with several of the students from the 2019 PDC for Scientists, Engineers, and Educators.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
How to Tackle Farm Price Objections: Farm Podcast"You're right. If you're comparing the price of our chicken to a chicken in a supermarket it seems ours costs more." "And you know, I had two customers on a recent farm tour who were concerned about the price at first, just as you are now." So I walked them to the brood house and let them see the baby chicks.Small Farm Nation: Farming & Homesteading Shared .
How to Store Home Canned Food SafelyLearn how to store you home canned foods safely, what the official sources actually say about storing jars with the canning rings on or off and what you need to know about jar stacking.Pioneering Today Shared .
How to Grow Your Farm's Email List: Farm PodcastAn email list is your most important communication asset, and email marketing is a great way to sell your farm products.Small Farm Nation: Farming & Homesteading Shared .
Tips for Home Food PreservationUse these pro tips for home food preservation so you know which foods are ready seasonally by the month and the best ways to handle and preserve them so you aren't overwhelmed with all the summer produce coming on, either from your garden or purchased from u-picks or farmer's markets.Pioneering Today Shared .
SEp 066; Simple Irrigation Systems, May Spring Garden Update, and Listener QuestionsIn this episode we share how to set up a simple irrigation system run off of timers as well as an update on all the happenings around the farm.Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Why Small Farms Fail: Farm PodcastIn this episode I share 7 reasons why small farms fail, so you learn what not to do so that your farm thrives.Small Farm Nation: Farming & Homesteading Shared .
Off Grid LivingWhat it's really like to live off grid, tips you can take and use now, even if you're not off grid, and if you're planning to go that way, what you need to know before starting.Pioneering Today Shared .
Is your farm a money-sucking hobby or a profitable business?Free marketing course at /> The phrase hobby farm is cute and all, but what's the difference between a hobby farm and a farming business?Small Farm Nation: Farming & Homesteading Shared .
Ep 45: Walking StickThe Original Transplants Podcast Episode 45: "Walking Stick" 6/9/19 Sarah and Will tackle the beginning of summer and discuss plant migration.Original Transplants Shared .