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46 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Curtis Stone. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Curtis Stone, often where they are interviewed.

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46 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Curtis Stone. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Curtis Stone, often where they are interviewed.

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#8-Curtis Stone: The Martyr Mindset of Farmers

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In this episode Curtis and Takota talk about, how he got into farming, why he left the "left" but the "left" didn't leave him, the prevalence of the martyr mindset in farmers, the danger this poses everyone, how to break out of this paradigm, what permaculture got wrong, what permaculture got right and so much more.


Curtis Stone is a farmer, author, speaker and consultant. His area of expertise is in quick growing, high value annual vegetables for direct consumer market streams. His book, The Urban Farmer demonstrates organic intensive techniques with a focus on business and systems to streamline labour and production. He offers a new way to think about farming. One where quality of life and profitability coexist.


Find out more about Curtis at https://theurbanfarmer.co

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Dec 18 2020 · 2hr 25mins
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Conversations with Dr. Cowan & Friends| Ep10: Curtis Stone

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Hi, everyone.   

One of my goals for each podcast is to share something that positively changes the lives of my listeners.  This week's interview with "The Urban Farmer," Curtis Stone, certainly changed my life for the better in that my entire garden plan for next year is completely different from what it was one week ago.  The new plan will be a much better and more efficient way to turn my "virgin" plot into a productive garden.  Tune in if you have any interest in gardening, food or working with the land. This was one of the most fun interviews I've done so far. Please join us!

https://theurbanfarmer.co/
https://theurbanfarmer.co/book/

Nov 19 2020 · 58mins

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Oct 01 2020 · 25mins
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Freedom Farming w/ Curtis Stone

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In episode # 63, Dr. Reese talks with the urban farmer, Curtis Stone. In this conversation you'll learn about turning your backyard into a market farm to make a living, the advantages of greenhouses, the top 5 commercial crops, the top 5 survival crops, water collection, solar energy, and how working the land is meditative. Curtis will also detail the off-grid homestead he and his family are building in order to deal with the major changes the pandemic is bringing. 

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Aug 30 2020 · 1hr 2mins
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#58 - The Spirit Of Sovereignty w/ Curtis Stone

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Curtis Stone is a farmer, author, speaker and consultant. His area of expertise is in quick growing, high value annual vegetables for direct consumer market streams. His book, The Urban Farmer demonstrates organic intensive techniques with a focus on business and systems to streamline labour and production. He offers a new way to think about farming. One where quality of life and profitability coexist. Curtis’ farm, Green City Acres is located in Kelowna, BC, Canada and was established in 2010. In an eight month growing season, the farm generates over $75,000 per year on only one third of an acre.

He's recently become very vocal about issues of sovereignty with his Liberty On The Land podcast which is a powerful testament to his growth as a farmer, father, husband and community activator. We have an amazing discussion about all of these topics on this episode of Alfacast.

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https://fromthefield.tv/

https://theurbanfarmer.co/

https://libertyontheland.com/

Aug 14 2020 · 1hr 49mins
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1.28 The Road To Abundance And Liberty On The Land with Curtis Stone. Understanding The Law To Protect Your Personal Sovereignty

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This episode was with Curtis Stone. Curtis is the founder of the Urban Farmer (https://theurbanfarmer.co), a platform teaching how to farm in an urban or semi urban environment and turn a real profit. Curtis is the author of The Urban Farmer book (https://theurbanfarmer.co/book/). He manages the innovative Paperpot co (https://paperpot.co) farming tools shop with Diego Footer from Permaculture Voice. Hosts a high quality podcast, Liberty on the Land (https://libertyontheland.com), and a new and a amazing high value membership learning platform, From The Field (Fromthefield.farm) . 

Curtis farms his own homestead and is collaboratively developing a collective family based property as an abundant stronghold in turbulent times. With over 30 million views on Youtube and 360k subscribers. Curtis has helped thousands, jump from courses into profitable farming businesses. 

Curtis has become pretty famous in that interesting space of market gardening, and although the space of market gardening differs somewhat from my own passionate focus for many years on regenerative farming and a more broad acre and transformational approach, never the less the skills and knowledge and growth that manifests out of market gardens, have, i believe, incredibly high value in the whole picture of human transformation through a deeper connection with ecological processes. 

Having the ability to create  very fast turn around food system that can be set up rapidly and with basic knowledge and minimal investment. To experience rapid abundance for your family and community. Thats can be life changing or life saving for most of us. Curtis is well and truly aware of that transformational side that is born out of living from the land.

This was a really surprising episode for me, I knew from my previous talk with Curtis that there was way more to the urban farmer than market gardens and entrepreneurial farming. This episode I made a decision to follow the advice of my mentor and let my guest open up and explore his own message and ideas unfettered, and pivot my questions to encourage that.  

We went into uncharted waters (literally!) about the importance of liberty on the land. what is 'citizen ship', and about the tradeoff between freedom and convenience.   About the intimate and intricate link between liberty and personal responsibility.  

About how big ag and big pharma are removing our ability to assume more responsibility for our lives, our families and the land we live on, and should be living from. The result is ultimately way less freedom for us. 

Curtis covers the difference and importance of common law which is really the REALITY ON THE GROUND, and the legal law which is a created law. We also continually keep returning back to idea that abundance is a natural state and that a mindset of scarcity is a constructed reality. Encouraging more responsibility and cooperation or..... no responsibility and competition.

Curtis also shares a possible approach when dealing with the legal law vs the common law and your personal rights. I find this conversation very critical in our times for farmers especially and all peoples involved in entrepreneurship and harmony on the land. 

I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I did, and let me know what you think through the short questionnaire link below...

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Jul 17 2020 · 2hr 36mins
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From Bartender to Managing Director of Curtis Stone Events in Australia, we meet Chris Sheldon

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#Ep 4: Chris Sheldon was born in Melbourne and dreamed of travelling across the world to experience the best that hospitality had to offer. That dream took him to London where after a slow start he finally got some momentum and his career took off. We explore the high, lows and how he came to be one of Curtis Stone's best friends and now business partner!
Apr 09 2020 · 24mins
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1.19 Lessons From The Field With Curtis Stone - Learning To Expand Responsibility

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Amazing interview with the Urban Farmer and massive content creator, Curtis stone. Curtis is the founder of the Urban Farmer education entity, a platform teaching young hopefuls how to farm in an urban or semi urban environment and turn a real profit. He also manages an innovative online farming tools shop with Diego Footer from Permaculture Voice, Paperpot Co, hosts a high quality podcast, Liberty on the Land, and run a new and a amazing high value membership resource platform exploring beyond market gardens, From The Field. All this while still farming his own decent homestead plots and collaboratively developing a collective family based farming property to serve as an abundant stronghold in turbulent times. With a Youtube channel of over 30 million views and almost 360k subscribers. Curtis has helped thousands of young people who have springboarded from courses into profitable farming businesses. To say the least EcoIQ was well pleased to catch a little long form with Curtis Stone. It was also really enjoyable personally to dive deep into the entrepreneurial side of eco-agriculture. If your in the business or want to be, this is the one for you.

Be sure to check out Curtis through the hyperlinks above.

01:15 Content, content, content

04:27 Writing a book, farm failure and farm success

12:45 Entrepreneurial lessons, foundational values and adding value

18:40 Mentoring, developing character and individual responsibility

27:57 Changing perspective and speaking your truth

30:10 Going down the rabbit hole of cultural control…

47:50 The essential divine nature of a Human being

57:55 Getting back to eco-connection, the journey to farming

01:13:58 The power of an entrepreneurial context..

01:19:25 Manifesting new circles

01:20:00 Trimming the fat-entrepreneur level 2

01:36:30 From The Field - embracing complexity

01:45:00 A new farming life for Curtis Stone…

01:52:08 The places of Sustainable and Regenerative

01:54:45 Michael Abelman and connecting to the land

01:57:28 Curtis’s message: Don’t Hesitate, Act Now

Mar 25 2020 · 1hr 59mins
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January Jones - Cooking with Curtis Stone & How To Keep It Simple!

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My Cooking Philosophy

My cooking philosophy is to keep it simple and cook with naturally produced ingredients just as Mother Nature intended.

My philosophy really evolved while coming up the ranks in Marco’s restaurants. We worked only with the best local and seasonal ingredients and treated them simply. Filming Surfing the Menu cemented my philosophy even further as it enabled me to personally meet farmers and manufacturers, and visit orchards, vineyards, paddocks, fish farms, even an apiary, and much more, to truly see where food originally comes from.

When Mother Nature worked out what we should be eating at different times of the year, she did a pretty good job, so listen to her. Food that is in season just tastes better and you really don’t have to do a whole lot to it to make it taste great! It is always less expensive, and chances are it hasn’t been artificially treated or travelled halfway across the world to reach your kitchen.
Mar 24 2020 · 21mins
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Curtis Stone

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Restaurateur, Curtis Stone, joins Anji and Mary on the HSN Podcast. Curtis reflects giving up a law degree to become a world renowned chef and TV personality.

Jan 20 2020 · 55mins
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