Podcasts & Talks
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Explore all that the Northwest region has to offer through podcasts, talks, and other content you can stream at home, on the farm, in the field, or on the go!
Regional podcasts and talks are listed alphabetically.
from WSU Food Systems
and Tilth Alliance
Farm Walks have gone podcast!
WSU Food Systems Program and Tilth Alliance have been collaboratively organizing Farm Walks since 2004 to provide farmer-to-farmer educational opportunities hosted by organic, sustainable, and innovative farm and food businesses across Washington State.
Due to COVID-19, the opportunity to visit farms and do walk-and-talk style tours wasn't an option. So, farm walks went online with the Farm Walks Podcast.
Rocks to Roots
from the Spokane Conservation District
The Conservation Conversation Podcast! From the backyard to the back 40, the Rocks to Roots podcast has a conversation for everyone.
The Spokane Conservation District out of Spokane, Washington is speaking directly to growers, managers, and consumers in the Pacific Northwest region to get to the root of why we need to connect the economic incentives of consumers – to growers – to drive full system regeneration.
from the Palouse Conservation District
Imagine rolling hills of wheat, garbanzo beans, and canola oil. Now imagine 2 Universities smack dab in the middle of a bustling community. This is what we call The Palouse. Where agriculture and urban development collide and collaborate.
The Palouse Pulse podcast is an environmental podcast showcasing the efforts and stories of the stewards of our land here in Palouse and beyond.
from the University
The Vandal Theory podcast asks, “What gets University of Idaho researchers’ brains buzzing... besides coffee?” These award-winning stories showcase researchers exploring and solving real-world problems.
With interviews and quick updates on all things Vandal, discover the world of U of I research with host Leigh Cooper.