118. Emily Newman on Soil Health and Transitioning to Organic
The Thriving Farmer Podcast
Are you having trouble getting a grasp on the delicate science of soil health? If so, you’re certainly not alone and we’ve got your back! Today on the Thriving Farmer Podcast we’re joined by Emily Newman, Organic Soil Consultant at Rodale Institute. Emily helps farmers navigate organic compliance as they transition to certified organic. She holds a B.S. in Environmental Resource Management, focusing in Soil Science, from Pennsylvania State University and is currently pursuing an M.B.A. in Food and Agribusiness from Delaware Valley University. She is IOIA trained, a Certified Crop Advisor, and serves as a board member for the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI). If you’re considering transitioning your farm to certified organic, or just want to learn more about healthy soil, you’re in the right place! You’ll hear: What got Emily into farming 1:21 What a normal day looks like as an organic soil consultant 2:51 What Emily has found to benefit soil pH levels 6:38 How farms should go about soil sampling and testing 11:20 The steps involved with transitioning to organic 15:34 What farmers typically do during the wait period for transitioning to organic 26:18 Emily’s favorite transition strategy 40:25 Where you can find out more about Emily and Rodale Institute 43:12 About the Guest: Emily joined the Rodale Institute consulting team in January 2020 and helps farmers navigate organic compliance as they transition to certified organic. She holds a B.S. in Environmental Resource Management, focusing in Soil Science, from Pennsylvania State University and is currently pursuing an M.B.A. in Food and Agribusiness from Delaware Valley University. Prior to joining the team at Rodale Institute, she worked in regulatory compliance of organics for a certification agency and a materials review organization. She is IOIA trained, a Certified Crop Advisor and serves as a board member for the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI). Resources: Website - https://rodaleinstitute.org/consulting/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/rodaleinstitute/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/rodaleinstitute/
Changing Farm Ways – Emily Newman, Rodale Institute - Farm To Table Talk
Farm To Table Talk
A lot of people want to farm and some farmers want to change the way they farm. Emily Newman is helping those folks in her role as Program Manager for Rodale Institute's Organic Crop Consulting Service. They provide one-on-one mentorship and assistance to farmers looking to transition to organic. Consultants meet farmers where they are—each plan is individualized for best outcome for that particular farmer, no agenda or pressure.In under two years of operation, they already have over 150 farmer clients and over 50,000 acres in transition. Emily holds a B.S. in Environmental Resource Management, focusing in Soil Science, from Pennsylvania State University and is currently pursuing an M.B.A. in Food and Agribusiness. www.rodaleinstitute.org
80: Anne Huntington & Emily Newman, Educating Beyond the Classroom
Where Genius Grows
"If I could tell every parent in the United States right now something from a teacher: 'You're doing fine. Whatever you're doing today is enough. And I don't think parents are hearing that enough. And it's true. Your child is learning. We promise.'" — Anne Huntington Anne Huntington and Emily Newman founded Beyond the Classroom Consultants to guide parents through the process of making informed educational choices for their elementary aged children. As young students and school districts across the country wade into the uncharted waters of remote learning, Emily and Anne offer practical perspectives to make life easier for parents.
Emily Newman from the American Humanist Association returns to the podcast. We talk about street fairs, finding joy and bliss with Humanism and more about the AHA Center For Education. Thanks for listening!
083: A BTS Look at Digital Course Creation with If I Made's Emily Newman
Mistakes Make Magic
Especially with everything going on regarding the Coronavirus, so many entrepreneurs are evaluating their circumstances and making plans moving forward. Is creating a digital course something you've considered? If so, this may be an episode you want to tune into! In this episode I'm interviewing Emily Newman, founder of If I Made - a course creation powerhouse! They essentially take business owners with good ideas and skillsets and help them create, market and sell an online educational course! She's answering questions like: * What she's learned about the education space and course creation specifically (including mistakes make of course!) * What advice she would give to someone creating an online course. * Why it might be a good idea to consider partnership vs creating and executing a course alone. This was SUCH a good episode and one that I hope can help you if you're someone who's considering bringing education online! If I Made is an incredible company and I encourage you to check them out; enjoy the episode!
HERE for Climate and Secular Week of Action with Emily Newman
Glass City Humanist
In today's episode, we will talk to Emily Newman, Education Coordinator for the AHA's Center for Education. We will discuss the HERE for Climate project and how climate change will be the theme for this year's Secular Week of Action that takes place May 1st through the 10th and coincides with the National Day of Reason. Show Notes
Mother, Artist, and now... Entrepreneur. Self-taught, Emily Newman, did not always have the confidence it takes to run a business. After a trip years ago to New Orleans, Emily felt inspired by artists who were doing just that. Now, Emily is hoping to inspire others to love themselves and go for their dreams! Listen to her full journey on Powered By Her.
Episode 001: Dealing with uncertainty in your business (and an introduction to Emily Newman)!
If I Made a Podcast
Our first podcast episode! In our inaugural journey into podcasting, we’re exploring uncertainty and what that means for us as creative entrepreneurs. We’ll dive into Emily Newman’s story as a business owner and her journey from selling defective handbags on eBay to running two 7 figure businesses. Join us on Facebook and Instagram Live Wednesday, September 4th at 11am EDT where Emily will be talking even more about how she started Once Wed and If I Made and the lessons she’s learned along the way. Be sure to bring questions as we’ll be doing a live Q+A! Come back next week for Episode 2 where we’ll talk about how to test your next big idea without the risk! We may even have some free downloads for you as well. If you like today’s episode, rate and review the podcast! And subscribe so you never miss an episode. .Theme Music by Connor Rosemond and Haley Sheffield
Emily Newman, founder of OnceWed and If I Made, talks about how she got her start in the wedding industry. Have you ever wanted to develop a deeper understanding in floral design or some other wedding related craft? Scott and Emily chat about how she has created content about floral design, cake decorating, photography, and so much more! Be sure to subscribe on iTunes and leave a review!! Thank you!! Visit Emily's links at www.theflowerpodcast.com