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  1. ORFC23 Living Legends: Recognising the heritage and value of ancient trees on farms

    Speakers: Cat Frampton (farmer, Dartmoor), Ben Andrews (farmer, Herefordshire), James Robinson(farmer, Cumbria), Dr Emma Gilmartin(ecologist, Woodland Trust), Ewan McHenry (ecologist, Woodland Trust) Chair: Martin Lines (farmer, Cambridgeshire) Step back in time and discover the historical landscape on your farm using old maps from the 19th century. From ancient hedgerow lines to old trees, use this knowledge to help plan future land management for cultural and nature continuity. Explore the integration of trees into the working landscape, and how to select areas to establish ancient trees of the future. Three farmers will describe important cultural features on their land; explain why they cherish them; and highlight the benefits these features have brought to their farms. Learn to identify old trees, and find out what future support will be available to retain the trees, ensuring they are there for future generations.

    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/user-775591787/orfc23-living-legends-recognising-the-heritage-and-value-of-ancient-trees-on-farms
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Fri Feb 24 11:24:46 2023 Available for 30 days after download

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  2. ORFC23 Forgotten Fruit: How craft cider is reviving traditional English orchards

    Speakers: Alex Fitton (Pullo Natural Wine Shop), Lydia Crimp and Tom Tibbits (Artistraw Cider), Sam Leach(Wilding Cider) Chair: Isy Schultz (Barleywood Orchard) Traditional orchards have declined by 81% since the 1900s. They hold great value for biodiversity (offering food as well as refuge), for climate change resilience, and for the local community. With a growing interest in craft cider in the UK, small-scale makers are proliferating - reclaiming old orchards, innovating low-impact methods in cultivation and production, and supporting each other in a movement that prides itself on creating natural products with a real connection to the land. Join this session for an introduction to and discussion of what cider producers are doing, and the methods that are maximising the positive impact of orchards, while appreciating a natural, indigenous alcoholic drink!

    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/user-775591787/orfc23-forgotten-fruit-how-craft-cider-is-reviving-traditional-english-orchards
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Fri Feb 24 11:16:26 2023 Available for 30 days after download

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  3. Episode 185 - Please Look Up with Jason Hickel

    Economic anthropologist and ecosocialist Jason Hickel talks with Steve about the political and economic conditions surrounding the climate crisis. If environmental degradation is a byproduct of capitalism, and capitalism is doing what it’s meant to be doing, what then is the solution?


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  4. How Degrowth Will Save the World with Jason Hickel (In Conversation)

    It may not come as a surprise to most of you to hear that capitalism is the root cause of climate change. But if we unpack this a little bit, we see that it’s a specific component of capitalism that’s mostly responsible: the need for exponential and perpetual expansion. Growth isn’t just a byproduct of capitalism, it’s an imperative — an imperative to which we are all hostage. That’s why, according to our guest in this week’s Conversation, unless the climate movement centers degrowth in its strategies and policy proposals, nothing will fundamentally change.

    Jason Hickel is an economic anthropologist, Professor at the Institute for Environmental Science and Technology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, and author most recently of Less is More: How Degrowth will Save the World. We first spoke with Jason five years ago on his book The Divide: A Brief Guide to Global Inequality and its Solutions, and then again in 2020 on international capitalism during the pandemic.

    In this conversation, Jason explains why 'growthism' is so problematic for our health and the health of the planet. He talks us through alternatives to growth, and shares how we could realistically unhook from perpetual expansion and transition to a post-growth, post-capitalist economic system where we are all li…

    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/upstreampodcast/jason-hickel-degrowth
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Wed Jul 20 22:01:03 2022 Available for 30 days after download

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  5. STRP Here’s to the future with… James Bridle

    In this episode, we meet with writer and artist James Bridle, who has a long-standing interest in technology, art, and ecology. This year, James published a new book ‘Ways of Being: Beyond Human Intelligence’, in which they consider the fascinating, uncanny and multiple ways of existing on earth. What can we learn from these other forms of intelligence and personhood, and how can we change our societies to live more equitably with one another, including other-than-humans, and the non-human world?

    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/strp-festival/strp-heres-to-the-future-with-james-bridle
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Tue Jul 19 12:54:09 2022 Available for 30 days after download

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  6. The Pasture Pod: Alex Brewster

    This is enormous.  Its the biggest and longest.  Don't be scared. Alex Brewster is a fascinating chap whatever your own farming philosophy.  In my opinion he is one of the best communicators in UK agriculture. A Soil Farmer of the Year, a Nuffield Scholar and someone who stole the show at the Oxford Farming Conference. You will soon know him as Beanie due to some sort of mystical unexplained force makes you ditch his real name.  Try and play along with Beanie Bingo which involves drinking alot each time the phrase "Point of Balance" is used.    


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