TN Legislature, Flippable Districts & Vacuum Pennies with Katharine Heriges and Elizabeth Henderson
The Iris Podcast
Join us for the second part of our conversation with Katharine Heriges and Elizabeth Henderson to learn more about getting involved in efforts to flip districts across Tennessee, and what it looks like to change our State Legislature.
The Empowered Life W/ Tyson Kilbey & Elizabeth Henderson
In this week’s session of the Get Going Podcast we are excited to introduce two very special guests, Tyson Kilbeey and Elizabeth Henderson. They share their passion and extensive background in Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, and how this martial art has helped them and can help you, overcome challenges, increase confidence and build healthy lifestyles.With over 22 years in law enforcement, Tyson brings not only a wealth of knowledge to this subject, but also a unique perspective on recent events that have become major headlines in our country. He has authored two books, the just released “Personal Defense Mastery,” and “Fundamental Handgun Mastery.Tyson and Elizabeth are both instructors at Midwest Martial Arts Academy where they teach a variety of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu classes, many of which are focused on empowering women, a central passion for both of them.If you are enjoying this interview at any point, be sure to share with a someone that needs to hear it, check out Tyson and Elizabeth’s work below and of course rate and subscribe to hear more great content from this channel.Elizabeth can be found:Facebook - Elizabeth HendersonInstagram - @biocompassTyson can be found:https://www.topfirearmsinstruction.com/Instagram - @tysonkilbey
A Conversation with Elizabeth Henderson - Peacework Farm
Farmers & Ranchers For a Green New Deal
Elizabeth Henderson has farmed at Peacework Farm in Wayne County, New York, producing organically grown vegetables for the fresh market for over 30 years. Her writings on organic agriculture appear in The Natural Farmer and other publications, and she is the lead author of Sharing the Harvest: A Citizen's Guide to Community Supported Agriculture.The Farmers & Ranchers for a Green New Deal Podcast is a series of conversations with members of a national coalition representing more than 10,000 rural and urban farmers and ranchers in the U.S. The coalition is committed to advancing food and agriculture policies that support organic, regenerative and agro-ecological food production and land-management practices that restore soil health and reduce greenhouse gases.Learn more here: https://regenerationinternational.org/farmers-ranchers-green-new-deal/
The broads are joined by former NFL Network reporter and host Kara Henderson Snead to talk about if Emma is cut out to be a mom (breaking news!!!!!!!), Erica's steamy photo with Rams GM Les Snead, and the poor quality of press box sandwiches at the Coliseum. Also, the broads audition to become the official Rams sideline reporters and they give each other New Year's resolutions (...for each other..)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
BDNow 034 Elizabeth Henderson and Steven Macfadden: The CSA Charter
Biodynamics Now! Investigative Farming and Restorative Nutrition Podcast
Welcome episode 34 of the Biodynmiacs Now! Investigative Farming and Restorative Nutrition podcast. Your host is Allan Balliett Our program today is a discussion among 3 long time activist supporters of the Community SUpported agriculture Movemen about the CSA Charter that was adapted this year. The participans are Elizabeth Henderson, a CSA farmer since 1989, author of Sharing the Harvest: A Citizen’s Guide to Community Supported Agriculture author of the CSA Chapter we are discussing today, and frequent speaker on agricultural community at sustainable ag conferences world wide AND Steven McFadden, long time advocate for CSAs and sustainable life style and autthor, with Trauger Groh of Farms of Tomorrow Revisited: Community-Supported Farms – Farm Supported Communities, a primary text of the CSA movement. The first CSA farm in the US started in New England in 1986 the concept, basic to the local food movement and the grassroots organic food movement spread rapidly. Today, there are over 7000 CSA in the US. Unfortunately, CSA in the US is in something of a crises because marketing savey entrepenuers have recently established numerous non -local, non wholesome non-quality food distrubution schemes have pushed real CSAs out of the very market they created. The CSA charter is an affirmation of the strong practical values of the genuine CSA movement, the features that separate real community farming from those who look to in apporpriate profit from consumers trust and confusion.. The show notes for today's conversation are at bdnow.org If you appreciate hearing programs on topics as important as this one, please take the time to leave The Biodynamics Now! podcast a positive review on iTunes, there's a link at the show notes @bdnow.org We join a conversation that's already in progress. It's Allan Balliett's voice you will hear first.
045: Elizabeth Henderson on International and Personal Perspectives on CSA
Farmer to Farmer with Chris Blanchard
Elizabeth Henderson was a founder of Peacework Organic CSA, one of the oldest CSAs in the United States, where she farmed for over thirty years. She is also the author of the definitive work on CSA farming, Sharing the Harvest . And she has been involved in any number of other initiatives in the food movement, from shaping the National Organic Foods Production Act, to her work with the Agricultural Justice Project. In this movement, especially in the Northeastern United States, it can be hard to turn anywhere without seeing Elizabeth’s handprints – and indeed, this is true around the country and even internationally.. When we recorded this interview, she had just returned from the sixth gathering of Urgenci, the International Network for Community Supported Agriculture, which took place in Beijing, China, this year. Elizabeth reflects on the shape and texture of the international CSA movement and the resurgence of small-scale organic farming in China, and we dig into the mechanics of how her CSA farm accommodated having members and children as part of the harvest activities, the farm’s transition to new partners, and the farm’s relationship to the Genesee Land Trust. The Farmer to Farmer Podcast is generously supported by Vermont Compost Company.
58: Elizabeth Henderson, Peacework CSA farm - The Future of Sustainable Organic Farming
Purpose Rockstar: Daily Career Stories including Grammar Girl and Gretchen Rubin
Interview: How to create sustainable farming with Elizabeth HendersonElizabeth Henderson is one of the foremost names in sustainable farming in the US. She is known for her work with Peacework CSA, the Agricultural Justice Project, Agrarian Trust and many other farming organizations. We talk about what the past, present, and future of sustainable farming. Continue Reading→