Our Stories

Dec 09
Headed West

I’m Headed West On a cold day in late November I hit the road with some…

Dec 07
Podcast Episode 5 – Marnie Luck of Annex Naturopathic Clinic

On today’s episode I sit down with Marnie Luck of Annex Naturopathic Clinic in…

Dec 01
Podcast Episode 4 – Cassie Hayward of Agrikua

On today’s episode I sit down with University of King’s College student and global…

Nov 30
Pay it Forward, Podcast Style

Just wrapped up a busy week of recording in Toronto, lots of exciting stories coming…

Nov 24
Weekly Wrap Up-Eastern Ontario and Toronto

There is nothing like coming home after a few weeks on the road. Cooper slept for…

Nov 16
Podcast Episode 3 – Les Jardins de la Grilenette

On today’s episode I sit down with Maude-Helene Desroches of Les Jardins de la…

Nov 14
Quebec and the Maritimes

This journey starts just down the street from where I grew up, in the leafy East end…

Nov 12
Quebec and Maritimes – Weekly Video Wrap 1

Here is a recap of week one on the road! Coop and I had some great adventures in the…

Nov 06
Podcast Episode 2 – Niagara Escarpment Organics

On today’s episode I sit down with Ryan Hayhurst of Niagara Escarpment Organics in the…

Nov 02
Podcast Episode 1 – Elmgrove Collective

 On today’s episode I sit down with three members of the Elmgove Collective in Sutton…

Nov 01
Video – A Day in the Life

In this video a good friend Colin Walker came up to the farm to do a project for his…

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Our goal with Farm Talk Radio is to tell a story across ​Canada, weaving a mosaic of landscapes that focus on the people, places, and things that inspire change — To give airtime to the hardworking men and women who are feeding the bodies, hearts, and minds of our great country. Farming can at times be a lonely and isolating profession. It is one filled with numerous hardships. The long hours, physically demanding work, and constant struggle to work in harmony with Mother Nature take their toll. Furthermore, the ever-changing extremes of climate change will only add to these pressures. Not to mention, the financial risk of being an entrepreneur and running a business to feed and support yourself and your family. Yet this is a field of work that continues to attract some of the most incredible and inspiring change makers that I have been fortunate enough to meet. Spend a weekend at your local farmers market and you’ll know what I am talking about. Because of this, it will be an honour to sit down and listen to them and help them tell their story. Farm Talk Radio explores the challenges these agents of change are going through and the gifts that this journey has brought them. And we’d like to share all of this with you.