9 episodes

The Savanna Institute's podcast and blog about perennial agroforestry (AF) features interviews, questions from listeners, inside jokes, and more. Subscribe to Perennial AF to hear real AF conversations with some of the Midwest's top agroforesters and perennial farmers!

More at https://www.savannainstitute.org/perennialAF

Perennial AF Savanna Institute

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    • 4.3 • 6 Ratings

The Savanna Institute's podcast and blog about perennial agroforestry (AF) features interviews, questions from listeners, inside jokes, and more. Subscribe to Perennial AF to hear real AF conversations with some of the Midwest's top agroforesters and perennial farmers!

More at https://www.savannainstitute.org/perennialAF

    "The Indiana Jones of Agroforestry" with Eliza Greenman

    "The Indiana Jones of Agroforestry" with Eliza Greenman

    Eliza Greenman is a farmer, "fruit explorer", and Savanna Institute staff member based in Virginia. In this episode, she answers questions from listeners, plays a round of agroforestry would-you-rathers, and talks about her latest agroforestry work. 

    • 44 min
    "Why Are We Still Using Old AF Technology?" - Ask an Agroforester with Eric Wolske

    "Why Are We Still Using Old AF Technology?" - Ask an Agroforester with Eric Wolske

    Eric Wolske is an experienced agroforestry researcher with a fondness for "booze crops" and an interest in modernizing agroforestry equipment and machinery. In this episode, Eric answers questions submitted by listeners and talks about his new role with Canopy Farm Management in Illinois. 

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Welcome to Perennial AF!

    Welcome to Perennial AF!

    The Savanna Institute's newly rebranded podcast and blog about perennial agroforestry (AF) features interviews, questions from listeners, inside jokes, and more. Subscribe to Perennial AF to hear real AF conversations with some of the Midwest's top agroforesters and perennial farmers!
    More at https://www.savannainstitute.org/perennialAF

    • 1 min
    Profitable Berry Crops for the Upper Midwest - Blue Fruit Farm webinar with Jim Riddle

    Profitable Berry Crops for the Upper Midwest - Blue Fruit Farm webinar with Jim Riddle

    Jim Riddle has been an organic farmer, gardener, inspector, educator, policy analyst, author, and speaker for more than 35 years. Jim co-owns and operates Blue Fruit Farm near Winona, Minnesota, where he and his wife Joyce Ford grow blueberries, black currants, elderberries, aronia berries, honeyberries and more. Jim has a wealth of knowledge about organic berry production, and in this podcast episode, he shares his advice for growing and direct marketing fresh berries as well as processed fruit products.
    Episode links:
    Blue Fruit Farm: www.bluefruitfarm.com
    Savanna Institute: www.savannainstitute.org
    Grassland 2.0: www.grasslandag.org
    Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden - Lee Reich, 2004
    Grow Fruit Naturally - Lee Reich, 2012
    www.organicfruitgrowers.org Organic fruit grower's association
    honeyberryusa.com
    www.misa.umn.edu/publications/perennialfruit Perennial Fruit - new, unusual, and unique crops for northern climates

    • 1 hr 20 min
    "How Grouchy Would They Be?" - Ask an Agroforester with Matt Wilson

    "How Grouchy Would They Be?" - Ask an Agroforester with Matt Wilson

    Matt Wilson, our Wisconsin agroforestry technical service provider, answers questions we've received online and plays a round of agroforestry would-you-rathers. 

    • 34 min
    "I've Learned Fifty Ways to Kill a Tree" - Ask an Agroforester with Kaitie Adams

    "I've Learned Fifty Ways to Kill a Tree" - Ask an Agroforester with Kaitie Adams

    Savanna Institute's Illinois Community Agroforester, Kaitie Adams, answers questions we've received online and plays a round of agroforestry would-you-rathers. 

    • 41 min

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