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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Severine Von Tscharner Fleming. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Severine Von Tscharner Fleming, often where they are interviewed.

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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Severine Von Tscharner Fleming. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Severine Von Tscharner Fleming, often where they are interviewed.

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#18R Severine von Tscharner Fleming Reflection with Jason Bradford: Mistrust and the Rural Land Movement

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Vicki Robin and Jason Bradford, Post Carbon Institute Board Director, reflect on her interview with Severine von Tscharner Fleming on Episode 18.

Connect with Severine
Website: greenhorns.org
Twitter: twitter.com/greenhorns
Facebook: facebook.com/thegreenhorns
Instagram: instagram.com/thegreenhorns

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Oct 15 2020 · 8mins
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#18 Severine von Tscharner Fleming: Healing the Land for Our Collective Good

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Severine von Tscharner Fleming is a farmer, activist, and organizer based in Downeast Maine. She runs Smithereen Farm, a MOFGA certified organic wild blueberry, seaweed, and orchard operation which hosts summer camps, camping, and educational workshops. 

She is a founder and board member of Agrarian Trust and current director of the Greenhorns, a 13 year old grassroots organization whose mission is to recruit, promote, and support the incoming generation of farmers in America. 

Severine brings her influences and analogies from the agricultural space to “What Could Possibly Go Right?”, including:

  • The “desire of humans to move geographically”, including a current fleeing and resettling driven by climate, ambition, hopes, and fears.
  • The concepts of land commons and ocean commons, including for other cultures who care for crops and benefit collectively without private ownership.
  • The need to transition stewardship of land owned by older generations to young farmers, and how to pass this on through purchase, gifting or passing on estates.
  • That the word subsistence and its connotations may distract from the “shiny, glistening abundance”.
  • That those willing to do the reparations and healing of the land for our collective good should earn an enduring right to subsistence.

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Connect with Severine
Website: greenhorns.org
Twitter: twitter.com/greenhorns
Facebook: facebook.com/thegreenhorns
Instagram: instagram.com/thegreenhorns

Follow WCPGR on Social Media
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WhatCouldPossiblyGoRightPodcast
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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/postcarboninstitute/

Learn more: https://bit.ly/pci-wcpgrseries

Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss an episode of What Could Possibly Go Right?

Support the show (https://www.postcarbon.org/support-what-could-possibly-go-right/)

Oct 13 2020 · 20mins

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Severine von Tscharner Fleming | How Can We Dance In The Commons?

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Severine is the director of Greenhorns, she been an organizer and cultural worker within the young farmer movement for almost 10 years, proud co-founder of National Young Farmers Coalition, Farm Hack and Agrarian Trust, and board member of the Schumacher Center for New Economics. Her work has spanned many media to celebrate, bundle and broadcast the voices and life-ways of young agrarians, from films, radio, blog gossip, guidebooks, an anthology, 2 new farmers almanacks, and newly, a mixtape and vinyl record! This trans-media work is designed to connect individuals within the broader community of action, helping to orient the work on the land, career, stamina, and interpretation of place-based possibilities. The mission of the Greenhorns is to promote, recruit and support the rising generation in organic agriculture. Greenhorns are based on Lake Champlain in Essex, New York, a 360-mile sail-boat ride from NYC.

Recorded live at the global event in Cardigan, west Wales in 2016.

Watch Severine's full talk here: www.thedolectures.com/talks/severine-von-tscharner-fleming-how-can-we-dance-in-the-commons

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Dec 24 2019 · 22mins
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Radical Patriotism: Growing Growers and Seeding Leaders for a Real Food Future - Severine von Tscharner Fleming, Tyler Webb,Sarita Role Schaffer, Nikki Henderson and Anim Steel | Bioneers Radio Series XII (2012))

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Growing Growers and Seeding Leaders for a Real Food Future What happens when green turns to grey? Fewer than 5 percent of 2 million American farmers are under 45 years old. Bucking that trend is the next generation of unstoppable young farmers Severine von Tscharner Fleming, Tyler Webb, and Sarita Role Schaffer, along with renowned urban food innovator Nikki Henderson and real food advocate Amin Steele. With dirt under their nails and laptops at their fingertips, theyre reinventing a radical patriotism founded in a return to local agriculture and community. It runs on clean energy and knows how to move markets. It seeks greater self-sufficiency, self-determination and food justice, and the checkout line is the pulpit.
Dec 09 2019 · 27mins
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Severine von Tscharner Fleming on building a commons for the future of farming

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Severine von Tscharner Fleming is a part-time farmer, activist, and organizer based in the Champlain Valley of New York. She is director of Greenhorns, a grassroots organization with the mission to recruit, promote and support the rising generation of new farmers in America. Severine has spent the last seven years gathering, bundling and broadcasting the voices and vision of young agrarians. Greenhorns runs a weekly radio show on Heritage Radio Network and a popular blog. They produce many kinds of media, from documentary films to almanacs, anthologies, mix-tapes, posters, guidebooks and digital maps. They are best known the documentary film, “The Greenhorns” and the raucous young farmer mixers they've thrown in 37 states and 14 grange halls. Severine is co-founder and board secretary of  Farm Hack, an online, open-source platform for appropriate and affordable farm tools and technologies , as well as National Young Farmers Coalition which now boasts 23 state and regional coalitions.  She serves on the board of the Schumacher Center for New Economics, which hosts Agrarian Trust, her latest startup, focused on land access for beginning farmers, and permanent protection of affordable organic farmland. Severine attended Pomona College and University of California at Berkeley, where she graduated with a B.S. in Conservation/ Agroecology.  In this episode, Severine talks with Devon about young farmers, emerging models for food and land sovereignty, and building a commons for the future of farming.

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Sep 26 2017 · 55mins
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Severine von Tscharner Fleming & the Young Farmer Movement

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Severine von Tscharner Fleming is a serial entrepreneur, farmer and activist. She is possibly best known for the film Greenhorns and the National Young Farmers Coalition. This woman is a force of nature for the Millennial generation.

Aug 17 2015 · 28mins
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KunstlerCast 236 -- Talking with Farming Activist Severine von Tscharner Fleming

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#236 -- JHK talks with Severine von Tscharner Fleming, 30, a next ten agricultural activist, founder of Greenhorns and the National Young Farmers' Coalition. She also works with the Farm Hack organization, the Family Farm Coalition and is editor of the New Farmers' Almanac published by Greenhorns. She's a very accomplished person with a lot to say about the alternative farming scene -- that is, alternative to Big Agri-Biz. 

  The new KunstlerCast music is called “Adam and Ali’s Waltz” from the new recording Waiting to Fly by Mike and Ali Vass.

Jul 04 2013 · 45mins
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Episode 145: Food & Water Watch and Severine Von Tscharner Fleming

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This week on The Farm Report, Erin Fairbanks is talking with two important guests from the world of food and agriculture. First up is Mark Schlosberg, the National Organizing Director for Food & Water Watch. Tune in to hear Erin and Mark discuss two ballot initiatives from the past election cycle that affect the environment and farming: Question 300 in Colorado, and Proposition 37 in California. Learn how the community of Longmont, Colorado kept hydrofracking out of their town. What organizing methods were successful? Later, hear Mark talk about the labeling of GMO foods in California, and why Prop 37 did not pass. The people have the right to know where their food comes from! Learn about Food & Water Watch’s upcoming campaigns dealing with transparency in the food system. Later, Erin calls up Severine Von Tscharner Fleming, founder of The Greenhorns and host of HRN’s Greenhorn Radio. The Greenhorns are a non-profit organization that works with young farmers and creates media that promotes sustainable agriculture and educates beginning farmers. Hear Erin and Severine talk about Superstorm Sandy, and how it impacted farmers in the Hudson Valley. Learn about new farm technology, and how young farmers are banding together in numbers to develop tools to deal with unpredictable weather. Finally, Erin checks in with Jeanne Hodesh for this week’s GrowNYC Market Update! This episode has been sponsored by Hearst Ranch.

“Communities should have the ability to protect themselves from the real threats that fracking poses to water, air, public health, and really- the community. When people band together and talk to their neighbors and do real organizing, they’re capable of pushing back against big money interests that are trying to exploit our essential resources without regard to the consequences.” [4:15]

Mark Schlosberg on The Farm Report

“One-hundred-year storms are happening every year, and when your livelihood depends on being at the market of every week…and, largely depends on pieces of aluminum supported by pieces of plastic with sixty thousand dollars with of tomatoes underneath! It’s hard to have piece of mind and think that it’s a simple matter.” [21:00]

Severine Von Tscharner Fleming on The Farm Report

Nov 08 2012 · 40mins
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Radical Patriotism: Growing Growers and Seeding Leaders for a Real Food Future - Severine von Tscharner Fleming, Tyler Webb,Sarita Role Schaffer, Nikki Henderson and Anim Steel | Bioneers Radio Series XII (2012))

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Growing Growers and Seeding Leaders for a Real Food Future What happens when green turns to grey? Fewer than 5 percent of 2 million American farmers are under 45 years old. Bucking that trend is the next generation of unstoppable young farmers Severine von Tscharner Fleming, Tyler Webb, and Sarita Role Schaffer, along with renowned urban food innovator Nikki Henderson and real food advocate Amin Steele. With dirt under their nails and laptops at their fingertips, theyre reinventing a radical patriotism founded in a return to local agriculture and community. It runs on clean energy and knows how to move markets. It seeks greater self-sufficiency, self-determination and food justice, and the checkout line is the pulpit.
May 23 2012 · 27mins
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Episode 44: The Greenhorns with Severine von Tscharner Fleming

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Heather talks with Severine von Tscharner Fleming from The Greenhorns about her organization and upcoming documentary. Visit www.thegreenhorns.net for more information and listen to Severine’s own radio show every Thursday at 2 on HRN.

May 19 2010 · 26mins