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Original Transplants is the official podcast of Satoyama Homestead, where we'll share news and information in support of home-scale agriculture and horticulture. Hear it? Review it! Like it? Share it! For more information, find your way to tumblr: http://spreadcasts.tumblr.com instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spreadcasts/ or the homepage: http://www.satoyamahs.org To submit questions to Original Transplants, use the form at http://spreadcasts.tumblr.com/ask , use the contact form at http ...
 
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4 Transplants and a Microphone

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4 Transplants and a Microphone

Brandon Avina, Russell Hughes, Jack Tompkins, and Brian Johnson

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We are 4 transplant entrepreneurs who have fully embraced Charlotte as our new home! Coming from across the country, we talk about everything that Charlotte and the Carolinas have to offer for our personal and professional lives. Our goal is to have a whole lot of fun while highlighting all the good things about Charlotte for anyone thinking about living or doing business here!
 
Hosted by Cheesehead TV co-founders Aaron Nagler and Corey Behnke, Packer Transplants is a one-hour live weekly broadcast that covers all the latest on the Green Bay Packers, from the play on the field to the media and fan community that covers the team. If it has to do with the Green and Gold, Aaron and Corey have you covered.
 
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Episode 63: Pajama BuckEpisode 63: Pajama Buck finds Will celebrating a successful harvest from the meat garden: an antlerless buck taken by Will whilst in his pajamas. The homesteaders answer a listener question on how to select plantings for a new homestead (see the show notes for more!). Sarah shares research on the immune benefits of letting ki…
 
Episode 62: Rock the CradleEpisode 62: Rock the Cradle features the return of Original Transplants Podcast hosts Sarah and Will with new(born) co-host Lucy. Sarah introduces a new podcast segment, "Rock the Cradle," which will focus on parenting and child development on the homestead, including the impact of nursing on infants' microbiomes and immu…
 
Charlotte and North Carolina, in general, are open, welcoming, and easy to get involved in the community. It is easy to go anywhere and have fun. So leave your baggage at home or wherever you came from and come and join North Carolina.Bởi Brandon Avina, Russell Hughes, Jack Tompkins, and Brian Johnson
 
In this episode, we cover a really hot topic of Real Estate in Charlotte and the different areas that people live in around Charlotte. There is a whole lot of growth in the area and all the surrounding towns and lakes have been growing in population like crazy - here's how it has affected us. Also - watch out for pollen!…
 
We cover quite a range of topics today. For all the outdoorsy folks looking to move here, Charlotte and the surrounding areas have a whole lot to offer for you. On the restaurants front, Charlotte has some interesting options, not all of them being great, but plenty being good enough.Bởi Brandon Avina, Russell Hughes, Jack Tompkins, and Brian Johnson
 
With all of the influx of people and huge companies relocating to Charlotte, it all creates a great environment for small businesses to start, grow, and flourish. We were all shocked to discover, when we started our businesses, that "competing" small businesses don't feel like competitors - they feel like potential partners because there is plenty …
 
We kick off our podcast with a comical overview of our everyday Charlotte and North Carolina experiences and some of the things we were surprised about when we moved from our respective areas. For anyone thinking about moving to Charlotte or North Carolina and doing business here, or anything else Charlotte-related, this episode is a fun way to get…
 
The Original Transplants Podcast Episode 61: Gone CuckooThe Original Transplants Podcast Episode 61, Gone Cuckoo, opens with Satoyama Homestead stewards Will and Sarah rating their growing season an 8 out of 10 so far. Will details progress in the bee yard, including a modest honey harvest and first varroa treatment. Sarah describes the drama of in…
 
The Original Transplants Podcast Episode 60: Brood XThe Original Transplants Podcast Episode 60 finds Satoyama Homestead stewards Will and Sarah sharing some personal brood news of their own, and reflecting on successes and failures in the apiary, chicken coop, and edible landscape. Despite a strong spring bloom season, the bees are off to a slow s…
 
The Original Transplants Podcast Episode 59: Meat GardenThe Original Transplants Podcast Episode 59 begins with a visit to the bee yard, including an update on package installations, diagnosing queenlessness, and spring feeding techniques with homestead apiarist Will. Then, Sarah reviews three varieties of spring fever in the chicken coop: broodine…
 
The Original Transplants Podcast Episode 58: Spring ForwardThe Original Transplants Podcast Episode 58, Daylight Saving Time edition, opens with small livestock winter survival observations from the apiary and chicken coop with homestead stewards Will and Sarah. The edible landscape is going back into production as Sarah breaks ground for the early…
 
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