October 3, 2019
In this episode, Episode number five of the Galil Garden Podcast we interview Keri Brandt Off and Janine Fitzgerald. Keri and Janine are professors of sociology at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado. Together they'll tell us about the term they've coined, "Zombie Agriculture," to describe a food production system that takes, takes, takes with no giving. In this wide ranging discussion, we discuss the economics of debt, developing an attitude of gratitude towards the food we eat, a bit about how a Keri, once a vegetarian married a rancher, consuming as givers, and lots of other interesting tidbits.
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September 23, 2019
The HomeBiogas story begins with 3 long-time friends and a mission to make free, renewable energy available to everyone in the world. Their journey spans 10+ years, several continents and countless hours of R&D. After thoroughly analyzing and testing existing biodigester designs, it became abundantly clear that traditional systems had significant limitations. Oshik Efrati, Yair Teller and Erez Lanzer were determined to modernize the technology and create an efficient and durable biogas generator that was easy to install and accessible to all. In 2012, they formed HomeBiogas.
The initial HomeBiogas prototype piloted in 2014 and 2015 in under-served Bedouin villages and Palestinian communities. In 2016, the first generation HomeBiogas system became commercially available, attracting customers from over 40 countries. Further research, fine-tuning, and streamlining processes resulted in the most advanced model that was lower cost, easier to set-up and had larger capacity for treating waste and making biogas – the HomeBiogas 2.0!
Over the last year, distributors and aid organizations alike have joined in HomeBiogas’ efforts to educate about the many benefits of biogas technology. Together we are proud to have deployed thousands of biogas systems to over 90 countries worldwide, benefiting the environment and helping people transform their lives and improve their health by transitioning to clean renewable energy.
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September 16, 2019
In this episode, Episode 3 of The Galil Garden Podcast we interview Brooke Singer.
Brooke engages technoscience as an artist, educator, nonspecialist and collaborator. Her work lives “on” and “off” line in the form of websites, workshops, photographs, maps, installations, public art and performances that often involves participation in pursuit of social change.
She is Associate Professor of New Media at Purchase College, State University of New York, a former fellow at Eyebeam Art + Technology Center (2010-11), co-founder of the art, technology and activist group Preemptive Media (2002-2008) and co-founder of La Casita Verde (2013-).
She is in the collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, Microsoft and Melva Bucksbaum and Raymond Learsy.
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September 10, 2019
In this episode, Episode 2 of the Galil Garden Podcast, we interview Roxanne Christensen, co-founder of SPIN Farming. SPIN is an acronym for Small Plot Intensive. Roxanne shares with us the history of SPIN Farming and how SPIN practices can help you grow abundant crops even in the smallest urban areas. Feed yourself. Feed your family. Feed your community.
September 5, 2019
In Episode Zero of the Galil Garden Podcast, your host Binyamin Klempner introduces himself and lets you know a little bit about what you should be expecting from future episodes of GGP.
September 2, 2019
In Episode 1 of the Galil Garden Podcast we start with our right foot forward as our host, Binyamin Klempner, interviews Dr. Judith Fitzpatrick PhD., the founder and inventor of the microBIOMETER, an incredible devise that measures microbial content of soil. Learn more about microBIOMETER at their website: microbiometer.com and learn more about Galil Garden Podcast's sponsor, Galil Soil Farm at: galilsoil.com.