Interviews with Food,
Gardening and Farming Pioneers and Experts
graciously given to www.countryfarm-lifestyles.com
by various prominent members of
the farming, gardening & food community. We thank them for
their time and effort they made in granting these, and the added
insight that it will give our readers into their specialized fields.
People who were interviewed are either
pioneers of various food, gardening or farming practices or,
specialists in their field talking about practices that are followed by
the companies they represent.
We hope that you will enjoy reading
their answers to our questions, and if there are other farming, food or
gardening experts whom you would like to hear an opinion from, please
drop us a line through our Contact
page and tell us who you would
like to hear from, and what questions you might like to ask, and we
will see if we can accommodate your request.
HAVE BEEN CONDUCTED WITH THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE:
1. Bernard Jarman, Director for the Biodynamic
Agricultural Association (UK) [26/05/2009]
He was asked several questions on the
concept of Biodynamics and what it offers farmers
today. To find out more read our Biodynamics
2. Dr. B. Narayan Vishwanath, Pioneer of Organic
Terrace Gardening in Bangalore, India [23/06/2009]
a Ph.D in Agriculture, and a
former lecturer with the University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad,
Dr. Vishwanath says anyone with even a tiny patch can grow vegetables.
He pioneered the concept of organic terrace gardening
in Bangalore, India.
Dr. Vishwanath is a freelance
consultant on organic terrace
gardening and regularly holds training programmers with those who have
terraces and would like to grow either cash crops or organic vegetables
on their terraces and roof-tops.
3. Joel Salatin,
Currently the Most
Influential Farmer in America (1/09/2011)
Farmer of Polyface Farm in
Virginia Joel - A
man on a mission, a rebel with a cause, a lobbyist against food laws
and bureaucratic decisions for the food industry that don't make sense.
He is out there championing your cause.
Joel Salatin is currently the most
influential farmer in America and a crusader
of holistic, natural farming and an advocate of being a steward of the