Posts Tagged ‘farm’

There is a tiny stream that connects the two ponds on my farm. It is not large enough to support a trout population. So my adventure to find a small stream with native trout began. Google Maps and Earth helped with the search. But instead of tracking animals I began to track off the beaten path streams. This show...

Do you like beer? My guest on the show is brewmaster for Varitage Brew Works, Mark Costa. He discusses how beer is brewed and the science behind this process. Mark also speaks about his journey from home brewing to becoming brewmaster. (photo courtesy of Mark...

Each day most people listen to a Meteorologist for the weather. Many complain when he/she is not correct. As an Evironmental Scientist, I am outside every day. I have been taught many skills that help me make my own predictions. This show will help you better understand how Meteorolgists make their predictions and...

Each year millions of people cut down a Christmas tree on a farm. Obviously, the consumer sees the fully grown tree. I am about to find out what it takes to grow Christmas trees on my farm in 2022. From this show you will have a better appreciation of what an organic Christmas tree farmer has to do so you can enjoy...

There are many reasons why native plant species are vanishing across America. From the Rocky Mountains where I conducted research on non native plants to the east coast where my farm is located many native species are being outcompeted by invasive plants. On this show I discuss what we are doing to combat this...

We do not have many bobcat sightings compared to other woodland creatures because they are very elusive. This top predator is pound for pound one of the toughest animals. I will continue to monitor the cameras we have set up to film the bobcat in the forested section of my farm. (photo by Max Allen –...

Are you looking for a great wintertime activity or workout? You can snowshoe in your local parks or find a trail in a state park. For me, I can snowshoe into the backcountry and see the splendor of nature. (stock photo) http://joeybeepodcast.com/podcasts/2020/A43SNOWSHOEREADY.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

This is the time of the year that the deer family go into the rut. Each species instinctually follows specific rituals. I took this photo of a bull elk in Yellowstone National Park just prior to the rut. This show discusses the the stages of the rut. http://joeybeepodcast.com/podcasts/2020/A44DEERRUT.mp3Podcast:...

So how many of you have riden a horse…..to work? Many of my horseback rides across this nation have been ‘rides of a lifetime’. Please saddle up your horse or reclining chair for Part 1. http://joeybeepodcast.com/podcasts/2020/A49HORSEBACKOALT1.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts |...

For anyone who loves the outdoors, fall is one of the greatest times. Migration allows us to see animals that are not usually in our ‘neck of the woods’. So gather your binoculars and let’s head to the trail. http://joeybeepodcast.com/podcasts/2020/A22FALLMIGRATIONREADY.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...