39: Good Food and Supply Chains TranscriptJuly 02, 2020
Listen to the full episode. Hallie: Hello and welcome to One to Grow On. A show where we dig into questions about agriculture and try to understand how food production impacts us and our world. I’m Hallie Casey and I studied and currently work in agriculture. Chris: My name is Chris Casey. I’m Hallie’s dad. … Continue reading 39: Good Food and Supply Chains Transcript
39: Good Food and Supply ChainsJune 30, 2020
For the third part in our local food series, Hallie and Chris sit down will Anna Crofts and Bob Benenson from the Chicago Good Food non-profit FamilyFarmed. They discuss the Good Food movement, what it means to bring local food into the supply chain, and why you should eat locally when you can. Also, we finally find out if Hallie or Chris show up to an interview first.
38: Farmers’ Markets with Amy Gallo TranscriptJune 16, 2020
This week Hallie and Chris sit down with Amy Gallo, the Farmers’ Market Programming Manager at the Sustainable Food Center. They discuss how farmers’ markets impact consumers and their communities, as well as what crops are the best to buy fresh. They also develop an interest in tiny zucchini.
38: Farmers’ Markets with Amy GalloJune 16, 2020
This week Hallie and Chris sit down with Amy Gallo, the Farmers’ Market Programming Manager at the Sustainable Food Center. They discuss how farmers’ markets impact consumers and their communities, as well as what crops are the best to buy fresh. They also develop an interest in tiny zucchini. Who do you have to help you with your weird food problems?
37: Urban Farming with Sophia Buggs TranscriptJune 03, 2020
Listen to the full episode. Chris: Hey listener. Editing Chris here. We interviewed the wonderful Sophia Buggs of Lady Buggs Farm over a Zoom call and the Zoom audio is just all the audio that we had available. It sounds like a Zoom call, but it’s a really good interview, so sit back, relax, stick … Continue reading 37: Urban Farming with Sophia Buggs Transcript
37: Urban Farming with Sophia BuggsJune 02, 2020
This week we kick off our series on local food and talk about the adventures of urban farming! Find Sophia on instagram, https://www.instagram.com/ladybuggsfarm/, or watch her TEDx talk! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrGSYHl3HfA Read the transcript. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Podcasts | Spotify | RSS
34: Super Foods V TranscriptApril 21, 2020
Listen to the full audio. Hallie: Hello and welcome to One to Grow On. A show where we dig into questions about agriculture and try to understand how food production impacts us and our world. My name is Hallie Casey and I studied and currently work in agriculture. Chris: I’m Chris Casey, Hallie’s dad. Each … Continue reading 34: Super Foods V Transcript
34: Super Foods V – Wheatgrass, Avocado, Bee Pollen and SpeltApril 21, 2020
It’s super foods time again! This week, Hallie and Chris discuss the health claims and realities of wheatgrass, avocado, bee pollen and spelt. We learn where these foods come from and how they’re used, as well as some choice vintage Teen Titan’s trivia.
31: Water – Modern ChallengesJanuary 28, 2020
It’s time to learn more about water! This week Hallie and Chris are tackling some of the issues facing both modern farmers and everyone who uses water. They discuss the impacts of climate change, overuse, and new technology and policies. We also learn just how much water it takes to produce one day’s worth of food.
30: Water – History of IrrigationJanuary 14, 2020
In the first of a two-part series on water, Hallie and Chris discuss the history of irrigation, how it’s used and why it’s so important.
#AskOnetoGrowOn 5: Do I have the right Aloe?January 07, 2020
In this mini-episode, Hallie explains what Aloe is and which we kind we use for what.
29: Superfoods IV – Bok Choy, Wheat Germ, Ginger and SeaweedDecember 31, 2019
In our latest superfoods episode (and last episode of the decade), Hallie and Chris take on bok choy, wheat germ, ginger and seaweed. The stakes are a little bit higher this week though because there’s a brand new original song for cape-worthy foods. We also get to hear Chris rap.
“What is Compost?”December 03, 2019
It’s another Catherine episode! This week Hallie and Catherine discuss what compost is, how it works, and why it’s good. We learn the chemistry involved in compost, what you can compost, and why Hallie loves it so darn much.
22: Superfoods III – Microgreens, Steal-cut Oats, Mangosteen, GinkoSeptember 10, 2019
Who’s ready for more superfoods? We sure are! This week Hallie and Chris evaluate microgreens, steel-cut oats, mangosteen and ginko. We learn which fruit is the “queen of fruit”, which plant is highly nutritious, and which is kind of regular. And of course, which are cape-worthy.
#AskOnetoGrowOn 2: What is a berry?August 20, 2019
In this mini-episode, Hallie says, once and for all, what a berry is. | One to Grow On is an podcast that digs into the questions you have about agriculture and tries to understand the impacts of food production on us and our world. One to Grow On is hosted by Hallie Casey and Chris Casey, and is produced by Catherine Arjet and Hallie Casey.
“How Does a Farm Work?”August 13, 2019
It’s another Catherine episode! This week, Catherine and Hallie discuss farm production, employment and revenue. We learn about small scale versus large scale production, the practicalities of different crops, and the merits of different film versions of the musical Annie.
19: Organic Agriculture, Part 4July 16, 2019
In the final episode of our organics series, Hallie and Chris discuss both large and small scale economic impacts of organic agriculture, how organics impact consumers, and how much paperwork is too much paperwork. We learn how international trade is impacted by organics, and what this means for the choices you make at the grocery store.
18: Organic Agriculture, Part 3July 02, 2019
It’s time to learn more about organics! In part three of the series, Hallie and Chris discuss how organic agriculture impacts farms, farmers, and farmworkers. We learn about organic pesticides, why some farmers find organic farming controlling, and how well both Hallie and Chris can imitate cartoon Texans.
17: Organic Agriculture, Part 2June 18, 2019
We’re back with more information about organic agriculture! This week, Hallie and Chris tackle the environmental tradeoffs of organic versus conventional farming. We learn about carbon sequestration, chemical inputs and why Hallie spent a day counting worms.
16: Organic Agriculture, Part 1June 04, 2019
Welcome to the first episode of our Organics series! Organic agriculture is such a big topic we had to take four episodes to talk about it. This week, Hallie and Chris are focusing on what exactly organic agriculture is and where it came from. We learn about organics around the world, what it takes to become organic, and a really cool lady who really loved soil.
15: Superfoods II – Flax, Charcoal, Cocoa and MoringaMay 21, 2019
We’re back with more superfoods! This time Hallie and Chris tackle flax, charcoal, cocoa and moringa. We learn which foods are connected to a decreased risk of cancer, which are mostly useless, and what to do if you’ve been poisoned in the Harry Potter universe.
“What Is Processed Food?”April 09, 2019
It’s another Catherine episode! Hallie and Catherine discuss what exactly a processed food is, how they started, and if they’re good for you. We learn what food processing has to do with urban growth, how the military played a part, and how much Catherine and Hallie both love hummus
“Is a Tomato a Fruit?”January 15, 2019
This week we’re changing it up! Hallie and Catherine discuss what makes something a fruit, vegetable or both, as well how these categories came to be, and what to do if you have a campfire during a burn ban. If you’ve ever been unsure on exactly counts as what, or who gets to make these decisions, this is the episode for you!
6: Superfoods I – Quinoa, Acai, Goji Berries, Chia seed and KefirDecember 18, 2018
What makes a superfood so special? Are they actually good for you? Is it worth the hype? Hallie and Chris answer all these questions (and more) in this episode’s discussion of superfoods. Do you know which superfood has a history straight out of a romance novel and which one makes a mean dairy-free pudding? We do! And if you listen to this episode, so will you. Quinoa, acai, goji berries, chia seed and kefir are featured in this episode.