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Charlottesville Community Engagement
May 20, 2022: Charlottesville City Council presented with information on who is renting from the city and how much they are paying

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 16:51


There are 32 days left until the summer solstice which will mark the longest time this year that the rays of our star will soak our area of the planet with light and other forms of radiation. However, this is the first day of the year when temperature gauges on the Fahrenheit scale will come very close to triple digits. What will Charlottesville Community Engagement say about the matter in this May 20, 2022 edition of the program? Very little, but the host, Sean Tubbs, is sincere in wishing everyone well in the heat to come. On today’s program:A historical marker is unveiled at the Central Library in downtown Charlottesville to honor the legal battle to admit a Black man to the University of Virginia Law School Charlottesville City Council is briefed on efforts to get a handle on what property the city leases out and whether all of the tenants are paying their fair shareFifth District Republicans will meet tomorrow to select a nominee for the U.S. House of Representatives And work on a Regional Transit Vision will culminate next week in a long presentation to regional officials about what could happen if the area found a new mechanism for more funding for expanded transit Shout-out for an ACHS program on the Fields of Honor This year, the Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society has been working with a group called the Fields of Honor to identify soldiers who were killed in action in the Second World War. Since February, ACHS researchers have helped locate several photographs of the fallen, including that of Private Clarence Edward McCauley who was tracked down through high school records. There are 18 remaining photographs to be found, and on Thursday, May 26 at 7 p.m. the ACHS will host Debbie Holloman and Sebastian Vonk of the Fields of Honor Foundation to talk about how you can take part in their volunteer efforts honoring the service and sacrifice of US WWII service members buried or memorialized at US war cemeteries in Europe. That’s Thursday, May 26, at 7 p.m. via Zoom or Facebook Live.Historical Marker unveiled at Central Library for crucial desegregation caseA crowd assembled yesterday afternoon at the intersection of East Market Street and 3rd Street NW in downtown Charlottesville to watch the unveiling of a historic marker to commemorate an important moment in the desegregation of education in Virginia. In 1950, Gregory Swanson applied to attend the University of Virginia School of Law, but he was denied a space because he was Black. He sued in federal court citing 14th Amendment rights to equal protection, and a three-panel judge heard arguments on September 5 that year. David Plunkett is the director of the Jefferson Madison Regional Library, and he noted the historic nature of the building that is the library system’s headquarters.“This building is formerly a federal building and home to the courtroom where Gregory Swanson won his legal petition for entry into the University of Virginia law school,” Plunkett said.     Plunkett said Swanson’s case was part of the NAACP’s legal strategy to challenge the system of desegregation. “While the law school had admitted Mr. Swanson on his merit, with the support of staff including Mortimer Caplin, the Board of University Board of Visitors subsequently denied his admittance based on his skin color,” Plunkett said. “The case tried here overturned that ruling and helped lead to the desegregation of higher education in the South.”Risa Goluboff is the current Dean of the UVA Law School, and she said the marker celebrates Swanson’s bravery and persistence. “He did all this for a belief, for a legal and constitutional principle, for his own growth as a lawyer and a person, for his race, and for the nation as a whole,” Goluboff said. Swanson was represented by the law firm of Hill, Martin, & Robinson, with future Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall serving as his legal counsel. Goluboff said the denial back in 1950 must be remembered, as well as the University’s condoning of slavery and the continuance of Jim Crow era laws. She said Swanson’s case should be celebrated.“And when he succeeded, he became the first Black student not only at the University of Virginia Law School, not only at the University of Virginia writ large, but at any state in the former Confederacy,” Goluboff said. “Telling his story both forces and enables us to remember those aspects of our history of exclusion and segregation that we must know in order to repudiate them.” Also on hand at the ceremony was M. Rick Turner, a former president of the Albemarle-Charlottesville NAACP. He said Black students at UVA have always challenged the status quo of an institution founded to perpetuate racial and class inequalities. “It is worth remembering that the [admittance] of Black students at UVA years ago was not a benevolent gesture on the part of the UVA administrators and state officials, but rather the presence of Gregory Swanson paved the way,” Turner said. To hear the event in full, visit the Charlottesville Podcasting Network where the full audio is posted and is available.Fifth District Republican convention tomorrowRepublicans across Virginia’s new Fifth Congressional District will gather tomorrow at Hampden-Sydney College in Prince Edward County to select a candidate for the November 8 election. Over 2,000 attendees are pre-filed for the event, according to the draft program. Incumbent Bob Good of Campbell County faces challenger Dan Moy in the race, and the program states that each will give a speech before the votes are taken. There will also be remarks from outgoing Chair William Pace and incoming Chair Rick Buchannan. The program contains multiple endorsements for Good from Republican leaders across the United States, as well as several Delegates and Senators of the General Assembly. Moy’s sole endorsement is from the group Chasing Freedom Virginia.There are a total of 24 Republican committees in the fifth District. The convention will be called to order at 10 a.m. and will use a weighted voting system. The winner will face Democrat Joshua Throneburg in the November election. Regional Transit Vision updateConsultants hired by the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission to craft a vision for how public transportation might work better in the Charlottesville area will present more details next Thursday. The firm AECOM is the lead consultant with Jarrett Walker and Associates serving as a subcontractor. The study may recommend the eventualtransition to a unified regional transit authority. (meeting info)“There will be a 90 minute presentation from the consultants to go over what we’ve done so far, survey the results of the first round of public engagement, and then also what they found for the vision for the community,” said Lucinda Shannon, a transportation planner for the TJPDC. Shannon told a technical committee of the Metropolitan Planning Organization that a three-day workshop was held with the transit providers to imagine new bus routes under a new scenario where there is $30 million in annual funding from a new transportation authority. The consultants modeled that scenario after a new authority in the Richmond area that was created in 2020. “We looked at the Central Virginia [Transportation] Authority’s model of how they collect revenue to kind of calculate how much we could collect if we formed an authority to pay for the vision,” Shannon said.Shannon said that for now, the JWA’s work is more about what the vision will be.  A second round of public engagement will take place soon after next week’s partnership meeting. Shannon said the firm AECOM may also be hired to conduct a governance study to recommend how to actually come up with that hypothetical $30 million. That work is contingent on approval by the Commonwealth Transportation Board at their meeting in June. Shannon said this study will be more about the funding than changing the structure of area transit. “So it’s not going to be looking at how [Charlottesville Area Transit] or any of the service providers are governed or run or anything like that,” Shannon said. “It’s just bringing in money and putting it out for transit.” Funding for these studies come from Albemarle County, Charlottesville, and the Department of Rail and Public Transportation. The budget for the vision plan is $350,000 and the budget for the governance plan is $150,000. See also: Regional Transit Partnership briefed on Regional Transit Vision, looming Charlottesville Area Transit route changes, April 1, 2021Regional Transit Vision may suggest resumption of Regional Transit Authority foundation, December 14, 2021Shout-out to Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards In today’s subscriber-supported Public Service Announcement, the Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards continues to offer classes this spring and summer to increase your awareness of our wooden neighbors and to prepare for the future. Coming up on June 7 is a tree identification course taught on Zoom by tree steward Elizabeth Ferguson followed by a separate hike on June 11 at the Department of Forestry’s headquarters near the Fontaine Research Park. That’s followed by a tree identification walk at the University of Virginia on June 12 for the public. On June 14, Rachel Keen will give a lecture on Zoom on the Social Life of Trees. Do trees really communicate with one another? What is a 'mother tree'? Can a tree do anything to repel a pest? Learn more at charlottesvilleareatreestewards.org.City seeking to know more about what property it rents The City of Charlottesville could be pulling in more revenue from tenants who may be leasing city property at rates well below the market rate. That’s one of the takeaways from a report given to Council at their meeting on May 16. As the City of Charlottesville government seeks to rebuild after a recent era of frequent leadership transitions, the current management is looking at aspects of the city administration that have gone unnoticed or unchecked. Until now, there has not been one central source in city government that controls all of the various leases the city has for its properties as well as service agreements. That makes it hard to track who is responsible or where the public can get information.“So what we’re trying to do at this moment is compile that but one of the first things we had to do was identify an individual who would have that as their job,” said Sam Sanders, the Deputy City Manager for operations. That person will be Brenda Kelley, who has been the redevelopment manager for the city for the past several years. Her position has been elevated to the Office of Community Solutions, and she’ll be presenting a full report to Council this summer. In the meantime, she prepared a briefing for Council for their May 16 meeting which began with a basic definition of what she’ll cover. “Leases or agreement-type leases where either the city is a party,” Kelley said. “This is where the city owns the property or the city is a tenant of a property owned by someone else.” The city has about 155,000 square feet of building spaces that bring in about $580,000 a year in revenue for the city. That doesn’t include about 50 acres under ground lease. The oldest lease dates back to 1922 and allows the city’s utilities office to use space at a pump station at the University of Virginia. One of the biggest amounts of space the city leases is at the Water Street Parking Garage. “The city doesn’t own the Water Street Parking Garage but we lease parking spaces,” Kelley said. The city does own the Market Street Parking Garage, as well as the buildings on East Market Street that are currently occupied by the Lucky 7 and a Guadalajara restaurant. The City Council of January 2017 paid $2.85 million for an eventual parking garage at the location, but the City Council of March 2021 opted to go in a different direction. For now, the city gets rent from those businesses. “The Lucky 7 and the Guadalajara and all of the Market Street Parking Garage retail spaces, those rent funds go into the Parking Enterprise Fund,” Kelley said. Revenues from the Charlottesville Pavilion and the building where S&P Global operates go into the Charlottesville Economic Development Authority fund. Kelley said further research needs to be done into intergovernmental leases with the courts, libraries, and other entities. She said that systems need to be in place to track the leases and make sure that any rent increases due to the city are at least known about for Council’s consideration. Councilor Sena Magill said she appreciated being able to see a more complete picture of the city’s property portfolio, and the potential to get more out of its investment. “When we look at a lot of these rents on a lot of these buildings, they are at about half of market rate,” Magill said. Magill said if the city is charging below market, it should be as a way of helping small businesses who are just getting started. She wanted to see a presentation from the Charlottesville Economic Development Authority on the leases they currently manage. Mayor Lloyd Snook said he wanted any lessees to know that the preliminary report is not intended to raise rates, but just to provide information. “Until this report and this information is gathered, we on Council had no idea who we were subsidizing and we have no idea why we’re subsidizing them in some cases and we may want to make some conscious decisions to continue to subsidize in the form of the rent or we may not but at least we will be doing so from the basis of actual knowledge,” Snook said. More to come as the summer heats up. Help Ting help support Town Crier productions!For one year now, Town Crier Productions has had a promotional offering through Ting!Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. 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Great Sacred Music
Thursday 19th May: Joy

Great Sacred Music

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 35:21


Led by Revd Dr Sam Wells, with music from St Martin's Voices, directed by Polina Sosnina, accompanied by Andrew Earis. This joyful Eastertide - arr. Ledger O sing joyfully - Batten I was glad - Purcell Hymn for St Cecilia - Howells My spirit sang all day - Finzi Ain'a that good news - arr. Dawson This season of Great Sacred Music has been supported by the Foundation of St Martin-in-the-Fields, London.

I've Been Diced!
I've Been Diced! episode 34: Ben Hull

I've Been Diced!

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022


Ben Hull stops by for an in-depth discussion of his wargames, including Fields of Fire, the Musket & Pike series, and his upcoming operational game of the Thirty Years War. Plus, Ben throws in a recommendation for historical fiction buffs at the end. (c) 2012 Tom Grant

RNZ: Morning Report
Ski fields ready for first truly international season since 2019

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 2:15


The snow guns are primed and the forecast is promising with less than a month until South Island ski fields start opening. This winter marks the first season since 2019 that overseas visitors will be joining the lift queues. Tess Brunton has more.

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell
Rob McConnell Interviews - FREDDY SILVA - Crop Circles and The Secrets In The Fields

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 41:28


For over a decade Crop Circle Secrets has led the way in helping the public make an informed decision on the origin of crop circles. Its factual research has provided an antidote to deliberate falsification of the genuine phenomenon by skeptics, hoaxers and their allies in the media. Crop circles are scientifically proven to be manifestations of energy under intelligent guidance. Over 80 eyewitnesses describe them to be made by tubes of light in less than fifteen seconds, as proved by a Japanese camera crew in 1989. The evidence for crop circles as a genuine phenomenon is found in Freddy Silva's book Secrets In The Fields. Contrary to popular perception, crop circles are not a modern phenomenon. They were witnessed by policemen and farmers as far back as 1890, they exist in the folklore of South Africa and China, and are mentioned in 17th Century academic texts. Over eighty eyewitnesses have seen crop circles forming in under fifteen seconds. Around 1980 they re-appeared as simple circles and rings in southern England, where 75% of designs are reported. By the late 1980s they developed into pictograms, not unlike the petroglyphs found at sacred sites. After 1990 the designs developed exponentially in complexity, and today the crop glyphs display as fractals and elements expressing fourth dimensional processes in quantum physics. To quell the public's growing interest in crop circles, the British Military presented two individuals named Doug and Dave to the media via a fictitious press agency, as the makers of all crop circles. The majority of their claims were later proved to have been fabricated, but never reported in the media. So, what exactly lies behind real crop circles?*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Zone TV Channel Radio Feed (Free - No Subscription Required) - https://www.spreaker.com/show/xztv-the-x-zone-tv-show-audio The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com (Free)To contact Rob McConnell - misterx@xzoneradiotv.com

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - FREDDY SILVA - Crop Circles and The Secrets In The Fields

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 41:28


For over a decade Crop Circle Secrets has led the way in helping the public make an informed decision on the origin of crop circles. Its factual research has provided an antidote to deliberate falsification of the genuine phenomenon by skeptics, hoaxers and their allies in the media. Crop circles are scientifically proven to be manifestations of energy under intelligent guidance. Over 80 eyewitnesses describe them to be made by tubes of light in less than fifteen seconds, as proved by a Japanese camera crew in 1989. The evidence for crop circles as a genuine phenomenon is found in Freddy Silva's book Secrets In The Fields. Contrary to popular perception, crop circles are not a modern phenomenon. They were witnessed by policemen and farmers as far back as 1890, they exist in the folklore of South Africa and China, and are mentioned in 17th Century academic texts. Over eighty eyewitnesses have seen crop circles forming in under fifteen seconds. Around 1980 they re-appeared as simple circles and rings in southern England, where 75% of designs are reported. By the late 1980s they developed into pictograms, not unlike the petroglyphs found at sacred sites. After 1990 the designs developed exponentially in complexity, and today the crop glyphs display as fractals and elements expressing fourth dimensional processes in quantum physics. To quell the public's growing interest in crop circles, the British Military presented two individuals named Doug and Dave to the media via a fictitious press agency, as the makers of all crop circles. The majority of their claims were later proved to have been fabricated, but never reported in the media. So, what exactly lies behind real crop circles?*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Zone TV Channel Radio Feed (Free - No Subscription Required) - https://www.spreaker.com/show/xztv-the-x-zone-tv-show-audio The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com (Free)To contact Rob McConnell - misterx@xzoneradiotv.com

ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka
EP. 176: ADHD and Being a Smart Ass in Male-Dominated Fields with Danyell DiLena

ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 56:37


I always love talking with ADHD women who are making waves in positions traditionally held by men, so when my guest this episode, Danyell DiLena, mentioned she was kicking ass in not one but two male-dominated fields, I knew I had to have her on to share her story.   Danyell's journey hasn't been easy–she's had to deal with sexism both in her career as a medic and on the literal field as a baseball coach–but her determination, creativity, and resiliency have made her an unstoppable force when she sets her mind to something. For the past 5 years she has served as the first female Coach Coordinator for district33/San Diego where she's in charge of thousands of baseball teams. Even since recording this conversation, she has been offered a new position managing an all-girls U-16 baseball team to take to the Nationals Tournament; seriously, she's unstoppable.    Danyell is passionate about empowering women and girls to feel like they can succeed in any area they choose, gender barriers be damned, and I know her words will empower you too. Resources: Instagram: @CoachDiLenaBaseball Youtube: Coach DiLena Baseball Facebook: Coach DiLena

Oral Arguments for the Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit

Samuel Fields v. Scott Jordan

Everything Went Black Podcast
EWB 251 MURDERBAIT

Everything Went Black Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 63:27


It seems like a lifetime has passed since Ralph and I did an episode together.  It was great to catch up and talk about a great band that needs more hype. A while back, Ralph turned me on to Murderbait from Portland. At the time, their EP “When the Sun Goes Down, It Goes Down Forever” was out.  You have to love that title.  Immediately, I was drawn into their web or darkness and intensity, bringing to mind some of my favorite bands such as Fields of the Nephilim, Bauhaus but with a distinctly original vibe. Murderbait have a brand new LP out called “Nostalgia Like Cancer” (yet again another great title).   Intro:     "All the Dark Things" - Mike Hill Outro:    "Lost" - Murderbait

Bernstein & McKnight Show
Anthony Herron on reasonable expectations for Justin Fields in 2022

Bernstein & McKnight Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 18:57


Dan Bernstein was joined by Score football expert Anthony Herron to discuss what the Bears' new coaching staff can accomplish at OTAs, the plan for second-year quarterback Justin Fields and the organization's trust in him. What are reasonable expectations for Fields in 2022?

Bernstein & McKnight Show
Anthony Herron talks Bears' big-picture plan, trust in Justin Fields (Hour 3)

Bernstein & McKnight Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 36:24


In the final hour, Dan Bernstein was joined by Score football expert Anthony Herron to discuss what the Bears' new coaching staff can accomplish at OTAs, the plan for second-year quarterback Justin Fields and the organization's trust in him. Later, Bernstein compared and contrasted a couple recent articles with opposite views on how the Bears feel about Fields and the team's vision around him.

Rooted by the Stream with Dr. Pam Morrison
Look at the fields – They are Ripe with Harvest

Rooted by the Stream with Dr. Pam Morrison

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 29:34


Is the spiritual atmosphere in the US about to shift with the overturn of Roe v. Wade? What is needed for the next great revival to begin? These are questions for which God is giving early signs and direction. https://www.pammorrisonministries.com

Leveling Up with Benjamin Banks
Football Fields and Broadway Stages with Marcus Mauldin

Leveling Up with Benjamin Banks

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 100:03


This week the boys are back and they are talking to Marcus Mauldin,  the voice behind one of best characters in Borderlands, Brick. However, Marcus is more than just the guy who voices Brick and he is here to tell you all about how he went from Nose Tackle on the football field, to center stage in Broadway, to being in front of the camera and now behind the microphone. Make sure you follow Marcus on all his social medias and check out everything he's been in. As always make sure you support the podcast by giving us a 5 star rating and subscribing to us on Apple Podcast, it really helps us out in the algorithms. You can also listen on all other podcast platforms by clicking the link below:https://pod.link/levelingupbanksAlso, make sure you subscribe to the YouTube channel where we post a brand new video everyday and upload the video portion of this episode on Friday. You can find that by clicking the link below:https://www.youtube.com/c/LevelingUpwithBenjaminBanksSupport the show

Life, I Swear
Sisterhood, Vulnerability and Second Chances featuring Kenda Fields

Life, I Swear

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 39:13


In this episode, Chloe speaks to Kenda Fields, content strategist, about the power of second changes, her history in sisterhood, and the mysteries, divisions, and unity that decorate our family experiences. She speaks about the vulnerability required to move past her fear and through her own healing. Links: Connect with Kenda Fields on Instagram @kendaelisefields Visit Kenda's website Explore ways to give to The Loveland Foundation Purchase the book (Life, I Swear: Intimate Stories from Black Women on Identity, Healing and Self-Trust) Learn more about host, Chloe Dulce Louvouezo, and her work Visit the Life, I Swear Podcast website Connect on Instagram @lifeiswear

Crown Pointe Channel
The Fields Are White

Crown Pointe Channel

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022


Before the Echo
Episode #25 - Live Show #8 - Buck Bedding in Farmland and CRP Fields

Before the Echo

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 67:36


In this episode, me and Dan Infalt talk Farmland bedding and CRP Fields. Thanks to my partners for making this show happen. Stealth Outdoors. Get your Stealth Strips at https://www.stealthoutdoors.com/ Exodus Outdoor Gear For more information on Exodus Trail Cams visit https://exodusoutdoorgear.com/ And of course, Hunting Beast Gear. https://www.huntingbeastgear.com/ If you'd like to support the podcast T-Shirts and Hoodies are available on this link https://my-store-bbffd3-2.creator-spr...

Mindset Call with Mr. Tony Fleming
SEE THE CHANGE EPISODE #440 INTERVIEW 1 PART 2 WITH MR FLEMING AND MR LOUIS FIELDS -2020-09-26

Mindset Call with Mr. Tony Fleming

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 23:29


Host Mr. Tony Fleming and guest Mr. Louis Fields continue the discussion of Interview 1 Part 2. They discuss change.

Tabernacle of Praise SDA Church Podcast
“The Bread Of Heaven” by Pastor Johnathan B. Fields Jr.

Tabernacle of Praise SDA Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022


SERMON - May 14, 2022, “The Bread Of Heaven” John 6:34-40, by Pastor Johnathan B. Fields Jr. - Saturday, May 14, 2022

Mindset Call with Mr. Tony Fleming
TAKING RESPONSIBILITY EPISODE #439 INTERVIEW 1 PART 2 WITH MR FLEMING AND MR LOUIS FIELDS -2020-09-26

Mindset Call with Mr. Tony Fleming

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 34:20


Host Mr. Tony Fleming and Guest Mr. Louis Fields continues the discussion of Interview #1. Mr. Fields discussing taking responsibilities for his actions.

The Church Times Podcast
Tom Holland interviews Sam Wells about Humbler Faith, Bigger God

The Church Times Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 29:45


On the podcast this week, Tom Holland interviews Sam Wells about his latest book, Humbler Faith, Bigger God: Finding a story to live by. Their conversation was recorded at an online book launch this week. Watch the full event, including Q&A, at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4iTXOWSFag. In a review of the book published in The Church Times (Books, 29 April), John Saxbee writes: “While recent books have made a cogent case for Christianity today, Samuel Wells here succeeds in making that case in the light of, rather than in spite of, its cultural despisers. His approach is original, accessible, and compelling. . . “Each of ten topics has a separate chapter following a set pattern: the traditional Christian story; what's wrong with it; the secular humanist rival to it; the rival's flaws; Wells's ‘story to live by', and how this differs from the traditional and rival alternatives. It's a methodology as old as Aquinas, but in Wells's hands it feels as fresh as new paint.” Humbler Faith, Bigger God is published by Canterbury Press and is available from the Church House Bookshop for £14.99; 978-1-78622-418-7. The Revd Dr Sam Wells is the Vicar of St Martin-in-the Fields, in central London, and is the author of more than 30 books. Other recent books, also published by Canterbury Press, include Finding Abundance in Scarcity (Books, 6 August 2021), A Cross in the Heart of God (Books 22 January 2021), and Love Mercy (Books, 12 February 2021). Tom Holland is a historian, author, and broadcaster. His books include Dominion: The making of the Western mind (Little, Brown) (Features, Podcast, 27 September 2019), which Sam Wells talks about at the start of the podcast. Tom Holland co-hosts the hugely popular podcast The Rest is History. Try 10 issues of the Church Times for £10 or get two months access to our website and apps, also for £10. Go to churchtimes.co.uk/new-reader.

Mindset Call with Mr. Tony Fleming
THE BEGINNING. EPISODE #438-WITH MR TONY FLEMING AND MR LOUIS FIELDS (INTERVIEW #1 PART 1) 2022-05-06

Mindset Call with Mr. Tony Fleming

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 40:32


Host Mr. Tony Fleming and Guest Mr. Louis Fields discuss Interview #1 of Mr. Fields Story. Take a listen to find out how it all started.

Irish Farmers Journal Weekly Podcast
Ep 548: The Tillage Podcast - in the fields, blight warnings & mixed crop scheme

Irish Farmers Journal Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 37:41


This week Stephen Robb and Andy Doyle take a look at how crops are doing in the south, key crop management tips, the new mixed-crop scheme, blight warnings and grain markets.

REI Rookies Podcast (Real Estate Investing Rookies)
How to Sniff Out a Lackluster Property Manager with Janet Fields

REI Rookies Podcast (Real Estate Investing Rookies)

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 30:01


Janet Fields is the CEO ofhttps://oaktrustproperties.com/ ( Oak Trust Properties), a property management company in Charleston, SC. They've seen countless property owners get burned by subpar property managers.  With the holidays approaching, the last thing owners need is an unresponsive manager. Imagine if the oven went out the day before Thanksgiving, and the tenant couldn't reach your property manager! You could kiss your good online reputation goodbye. If only you could prevent property management nightmares…. Or can you? Janet shares how to sniff out a lackluster property manager before you hire them. We chat about: How to know if you should fire your current property manager Red flags to look for when choosing a new property manager How you and your property manager can prepare for unforeseen circumstances, like COVID19 The simple test to see if it's time to hire a property manager (You'll need a lease!) LIKE • SHARE • JOIN • REVIEW http://reimastermind.net/ (Website) https://reimastermindnetwork.locals.com/ (Join the REI Mastermind Network on Locals!) https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rei-mastermind-network-real-estate-investing-strategies/id1227366661 (Apple Podcasts) https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cDovL3JlaXJvb2tpZXMubGlic3luLmNvbS9yc3M (Google Podcasts) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_6OpKSfSGvgGDG1qtBQw9Q (YouTube) https://open.spotify.com/show/4P66jm0Q4PMl7OoZzHMUUZ (Spotify) https://www.stitcher.com/show/rei-rookies (Stitcher) https://www.deezer.com/us/show/2148782 (Deezer) https://www.facebook.com/REIMastermindNet (Facebook) https://twitter.com/rei_mastermind (Twitter) https://www.instagram.com/reimastermindnet/ (Instagram) SUPPORT THE SHOW! Self Managing Your Rental Properties? https://app.rentredi.com/signUp/JCH191 (Get 6 months of RentRedi for $1! Click this link!) https://www.patreon.com/reimastermind (Get Exclusive Content on Patreon! • https://www.patreon.com/reimastermind) https://bit.ly/reiappsumo (Get $10 and Reduce Your Business Costs by Shopping at AppSumo • https://bit.ly/reiappsumo) https://drop.com/?referer=3DC729 (Get $10 Towards Your First Purchase at Drop • https://drop.com/?referer=3DC729) "You can invest 10,000 hours and become an expert or learn from those who have already made that investment." - Jack

Youth Culture Today with Walt Mueller
Hearing the Pain of Brokenness

Youth Culture Today with Walt Mueller

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 1:00


In her book, Forgiving Our Fathers and Mothers, Leslie Leyland Fields writes about our need to enter into the sufferings of others. . . sufferings that we may never have experienced ourselves and therefore have little ability to understand. In effect, it's about taking the time to listen to the other person's story, to show them grace, and to forgive them for acting out of their pain in ways that just might be hurting us. Yes, Fields is writing about doing this with our parents. But I think her challenge is also one that we need to hear and heed in our churches, schools, and neighborhoods with those kids whose brokenness leads to the types of disruptive behavior that make waves in the neat and easy little worlds for which we yearn. What would happen if we would pray for hearts that are sensitive to the most broken of kids and their sufferings? No, we don't want to excuse or write off immoral or bad behavior. But we do want to love the disruptive kids as Christ loves them. 

Half-Point Per Podcast
NFL Draft Winners & Losers

Half-Point Per Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 61:20


Bears didn't help Fields at all... Is everyone a winner in the Hollywood Brown trade? Getting ahead of the curve on Ekeler Follow us everywhere: https://linktr.ee/halfpointperpod

Kap & Co
5/11 9AM: Bears Doing Fields Dirty

Kap & Co

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 42:55


Waddle and Abdalla talk Bears football. Are they doing Fields wrong, or is there reason to trust the process? Plus, Bleck and Abdalla have old Minor League play-by-play.

More Than A Mile
The Beghtel family is raising asparagus and their children with the opportunity to teach life lessons of rewarding hard-work in a loving environment on their family farm. - Joy Beghtel, Fields of Joy's story

More Than A Mile

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 26:19


Joy Beghtel and her husband Greg wanted more for their family so they bought a strawberry farm that they've transitioned to a larger asparagus operation. Enjoy the story and deep-dive into all things asparagus!   Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (00:00): Joy Beghtel joins me today to discuss hand snapping an acre and a quarter of asparagus spears with her family on their farm, Fields of Joy, in Anderson, Indiana. Enjoy this conversation as we dive deep into all things farming with this perennial crop and their transition away from strawberries. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (00:22): Welcome to More Than A Mile, a local food podcast from Market Wagon, focused on connecting you to local food through farmer stories from across America. I'm Nick Carter, your host, a farmer and CEO and co-founder of Market Wagon. We are your online farmers market with a mission to enable food producers to thrive in their local and regional markets. Food is so much more than just nutrients and calories. It's actually the fabric that holds us together. And I look forward to crafting a generational quilt of farmer stories and experiences, the victories and challenges of individuals, families, and teams doing their part to help democratize food in America. Thanks for joining me for this episode of More Than A Mile, and thank you for buying local food. It's one critical step in making an investment in food for future generations. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (01:11): My guest today is Joy Beghtel from Anderson, Indiana. Not very far from Indy, just a few miles up the road from where we farm and where the Market Wagon headquarters is at. Joy, thanks for being with us today. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (01:22): Yeah. Thanks for having us, Nick. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (01:24): So you grow one edible crop--and one only that I know of, right? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (01:31): Yes. . Well, one only that we sell on Market Wagon. Yeah. We do grow other things, but primarily just for our farm stand the rest of the year. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (01:38): So you've got a farm stand where you grow some other produce for, but what do you sell on Market Wagon? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (01:43): We sell a lot of asparagus. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (01:46): How much, how many acres? Is it measured in acres or row feed? How much asparagus do you have over there. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (01:51): It is measured in acres. We actually grow that much. So I always laugh and say, isn't it every little girl's dream to grow up and own an asparagus farm. We right now have about an acre and a quarter of asparagus. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (02:06): Wow. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (02:07): Yeah, that's a lot. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (02:09): Okay. That's a lot of asparagus and this is--for our listeners who don't know--this is a permaculture, right? So it's perennial. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (02:18): Correct. It has a 15 to 25 year lifespan on it. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (02:22): Oh, wow. That long. Okay. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (02:23): Yeah. It just depends on the variety and I think kind of the weather and that sort of things, but we should get at least 15 years, we're hoping for somewhere around 20 on the plants that we put in. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (02:35): And so when did you start this farm? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (02:37): Yeah, so we actually bought the farm in 2013. When we purchased it, it was a U-Pick strawberry farm. We kind of just stumbled onto it--kind of a long story. I grew up on a, what would probably be considered a small hobby farm. Probably not far from where you grew up, Nick. I grew up in Northern Grant County, so... Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (02:58): Yeah, I actually showed dairy calves in Grant County. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (03:02): Okay. I thought you said on one of your podcasts, that you were a Howard County boy and I was like... Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (03:05): I'm a Howard County boy, but there was no other dairy farms in all of Howard County so I got special permission to drive to the next county over and show my Four-H dairy calves. Yep. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (03:15): Very fun. Very fun. Yeah. So I grew up in Northern Grant County. We had probably what would be considered a hobby farm. You know, we did like a third of an acre of garden and had goats and chickens and rabbits and all of that kind of stuff. And so I didn't think much about it. I really had just an idyllic childhood looking back on it. It was all of that good stuff that you get living out in the country. And then I grew up and went to college, got a couple degrees in social work and Greg and I got married and started living the good life... Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (03:46): Two degrees. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (03:46): Two degrees in social work. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (03:47): Because if you're gonna get one degree in social work, you may as well get multiple. Right? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (03:51): I mean, you might as well. And then end up growing asparagus. Right? I mean, why not? Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (03:54): So it's a great application of that. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (03:56): Yeah, perfect. My parents were thrilled. No, my parents actually are thrilled. I should say that they love what we are doing and how we're living our lives. So yeah, so Greg and I were just really happy living in Fishers, had a couple of girls and adopted our son from Ethiopia. And then as you do, when you have kids, I think probably Nick, you realize you get that itch to give your kids what you had growing up. And... Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (04:19): That is exactly why we started our farm. I mean like, verbatim. I can't, I know that you can grow up to be a functioning adult without growing up as a farm kid, but I don't know how to make it happen because it hasn't happened to me. So... Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (04:34): I don't know either. And I kind of, I told Greg I was getting panicked because I thought they don't, they don't have animals. Like cats and dogs to me aren't animals. I'm like goats, chickens. We have alpacas. We have, you know, I was just getting real nervous that the kids were not having the experience that I had growing up. So we started looking for a small farm and spent a couple years with a realtor, trying to nail something down when somebody at church casually mentioned like, 'Hey, I picked strawberries up at this strawberry farm in Anderson. And the guy said, he's putting his farm up for sale.' So I literally that day got in my van, loaded my kids up and drove up here. And I remember calling Greg from the field and just saying, I think I have found our spot. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (05:19): Pack your bags, hubby, we're moving. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (05:21): Yeah. We threw our house on the market. It was sold in two weeks. We closed on this place and we told ourselves, I remember my dad saying, 'you know, strawberries are not an easy crop to grow.' We grew them as kids. Right. You know, everybody grows a patch of strawberries, but this was... Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (05:36): So you promptly ripped them out of the ground and went to asparagus. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (05:40): No, I let myself suffer for three solid years. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (05:43): Three solid years. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (05:44): Oh yeah. Well we promised ourselves, you know, it was a business that we were purchasing. Not only was it a house that was as large as our house in Fishers, but we got five acres with it and it had a functioning business. So we didn't wanna just toss that out. You know, we're like I remember saying, we'll give this three years and see what happens. And I think what we didn't realize is when you grow large scale, I mean, three acres of strawberries is large scale. When you do that in central Indiana, where there's a lot of water, a lot of late frost, it's a real risky product and it's extremely weather sensitive. And it requires a fairly significant amount of chemicals that we didn't realize we were getting into. And so after three seasons where every season we had a four and a half to five inch rain--in a day--during that season. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (06:37): I remember literally the third year walking into the house and saying to Greg, 'I don't care what you do, but I'm not growing strawberries anymore.' Like I'm done with this crop. And we had a real serious conversation after that season and really had to pivot and say what works for our family? What is not going to cause us a lot of stress and anxiety weather-wise what will still produce a good income and not consume our whole summer. And I remember laying in bed talking about this one night and Greg said, 'I think we go for asparagus.' Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (07:17): How did he--had he ever grown asparagus before? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (07:19): So the farm when we bought it, in addition to the three acres of strawberries, had just kind of a lot of little stuff. Like there was about 300 feet of established asparagus. There was 40 fruit trees. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (07:30): So you were also growing asparagus in addition to the nightmare of the strawberries. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (07:35): Right. 300 feet. It wasn't a huge amount. I mean, I grew up with this asparagus patch as a kid. I remember it was the worst place to get chiggers in the whole world. You know, it, it was what it was. And so he said, 'I really think it's a perennial crop. It requires no chemicals. And asparagus is such a smart crop--when it is cold, it stays underground. When it is hot and sunny, it comes up. So you kind of--you're at the mercy of the crop and the weather, but it does not ruin your crop in the way that strawberries are so weather sensitive. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (08:15): And are there natural predators to the--the strawberry issue is that the bugs that live in Indiana really love our strawberries. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (08:24): Yeah. That and the fungus. Yeah. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (08:25): Uhhuh. Yeah. What, what do you have, what do you have that threatens the asparagus? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (08:30): There's an asparagus beetle that sometimes we fight. But to be honest, we really haven't had a lot of issues. I've kind of attributed that to we don't have a ton of bug pressure on our farm. And I think part of that is we're in the middle of conventional fields. So whether I want to be organic or not. I don't have that luxury because I butt up to conventional farm fields. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (08:53): So they're using chemicals that are actually--you're not spraying them on your field, but they're keeping the beetles away. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (08:59): Right, right, right. And we're on the Indiana Drift Watch Program and we have a good relationship with the farmers close to us. We had a struggle with the farmer that was right next to us, but he sold that field and the other farmers are very conscientious. They've come, they've looked at what we're growing. They call us before they spray. So we've had a good experience. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (09:21): Good. Now I have a similar experience. We grow a lot of sweet corn but we are nowhere near conventional ag. We're in the middle of Indianapolis. So there's not a cornfield for miles and miles around. So there's this moth that lays a larvae. If you've ever peeled sweet corn and you've got that one worm in there, it's actually a larva of a moth. And we thought that that was gonna be a big challenge. I've never seen a single one of them on our farm in four years because there's no other habitat for that moth anywhere around. Well the beetles that you're dealing with, can you deal with those with D.E.? Can we say that word? How do we say that word? Diet-tenacious... Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (10:04): Diatomaceous earth. Yeah. We used it a lot for our chickens and all kinds of stuff. You know what though? The issue that we've really run into, which has been great is the asparagus beetle does not tend to cause a problem when we're harvesting. They tend to come out after we've already let it fern out. So at the end, when we're done picking. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (10:24): They're damaging next year's crop. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (10:26): They're damaging next year's crop. But to be honest, there is so much asparagus out there that they're not really doing too much damage. So... Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (10:36): It's a welcomed population control. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (10:38): Yeah. We've just been really grateful. We've not had to spray for anything. We fertilize once a year and that is it on the field. That's the only treatment that we do. Yeah. Other than, you know, mowing it off at the end of the season and a little top tilling at the beginning of the season. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (10:53): So I was going to ask you because--and you brought it up. I know you mentioned that you are chemical free, so you don't use any chemicals. So what kind of--but you've said fertilizers--so what kind of feeding does asparagus need? Is it a heavy nitrogen feeder? Like tomatoes? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (11:07): It's a real heavy nitrogen feeder. Yeah. it's not straight urea but it's like a 35 or 30 dash zero dash five something. So it's a real heavy nitrogen. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (11:17): Heavy nitrogen. Got it. Do you have chickens? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (11:20): We have chickens. Yep. We have chickens. We don't have enough chickens that we could fertilize this whole field. We have alpacas and we use every ounce of their fertilizer. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (11:29): Is alpaca manure high in nitrogen too? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (11:31): It's fabulous. It's not high in nitrogen. It's actually kind of like similar to a rabbit manure. So you can put it straight on. No aging. I put it on all my flower beds, rhubarb, all that kind of stuff. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (11:42): We have goats--goats and horses and we put their manure straight on in the fall after everything's out. And then just under and let it know it's aging out in the field. But we have we have 400 laying hens. And so we get a decent amount of nitrogen. I gotta tell you. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (12:02): Maybe you should bring your nitrogen up here for my field. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (12:05): Oh, I'm using--I'm hoarding it. Sorry. No sharing of the nitrogen. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (12:09): We're that way with our goat and alpaca poop. We sometimes get requests for alpaca fertilizer and I'm like, 'Nope.' I use it on everything. Yes. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (12:18): So it's a heavy nitrogen feeder. What is, I should know this, but I don't. What technically is asparagus? Is it a broad leaf? Is it a grass? What is it? You want me to edit this one out so that we both sound smarter? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (12:33): No, edit this one out. No. So asparagus is a crown. I don't know if you've ever seen what it looks like to plant it. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (12:38): Oh, of course. Yeah. Yeah. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (12:39): For sure. So when we decided to put in--in 2016 we put in 5,000 crowns. The next year we put in 5,000 additional crowns. So in addition to the 300 feet plus a little more, we had added to, we added 10,000 crowns of asparagus. And we're really lucky. I don't know if most folks would know that Michigan is a really good supplier of asparagus. That's where a lot of our asparagus comes from. When you get more kind of local asparagus. So there are a couple of different asparagus farms that sell crowns. So we were able to drive up to Southwest Michigan and right in front of us, they dug up the crowns. We brought 'em home, put 'em in fresh. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (13:21): Oh, so you got to go get them. You dug them up yourself. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (13:24): Yeah. They dug them right there for us, packaged them up and we brought them right home and got them directly in the ground. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (13:29): So we've never gone into asparagus. I, and before buying our farm, we did we attempted a failed attempt at a small asparagus patch. The crowns just never took. And I may, maybe I didn't fertilize him. Right. Interesting. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (13:42): Yeah. You've got a trench really far down. It's about 14 inches that you trench way down into the ground. And then it's a pretty laborious process to plant 5,000 grounds. I'm pretty sure we should have hired that out. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (13:54): But you only have to do it once every 20 years. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (13:56): That's right. Right. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (13:57): Once every 20 years, Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (13:59): Trust me, I will not be doing it in another 20 years. Somebody else will be doing the labor on that. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (14:04): You will not be doing it in 20 more years. So you you've decided that you've got a cap to how long you want to be an asparagus farmer. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (14:13): Well, I think yeah, In 20 years Greg and I will be pushing retirement age for sure. I think that's, what's so great about this farm--us buying it--was, although I would love to have inherited, you know, an old family property that I could have kept the legacy going. The really great thing about this property is we've been able to make it what we want to and transition it to what works well for our family. So I think in another 15 years you know, our kids will all be grown--if one of them wants to come back and put in the next round of asparagus or grow flowers. Great. If they don't and they wanna put in something else or, you know, if they wanna go and do something else, that's great too. I don't want to put any requirements on what they choose. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (14:57): Until they get that anxiety that, oh my gosh, I'm not raising my kids with animals. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (15:02): Well, you know, teenagers, I've got three teenagers right now. And of course they're all like, oh, we're moving to the city. We're gonna eat processed food all day long. You know, they're at that stage of life. And I think, yeah, maybe, and that'll be fine. And if not, we'd love to have them back and love to see them raising our grandkids out here. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (15:19): Yeah. Well Anderson's not that far. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (15:23): No, no. Anderson's a great community. You know, we've really had a good experience here. A lot of people kinda looked at us strange when we left Hamilton County and said really Madison County, but it has been a really great fit for our family. The community's been really welcoming and we love it up here. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (15:39): Talk to me a little bit more about the family. So your family's involved in the farm. Are your kids--they are out there cutting asparagus and bundling it and bringing it to Market Wagon? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (15:50): Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Our kids don't have much of an option. It's all hands on deck during asparagus season. They know that kind of late April to the beginning of June that's just what our family does. We kind of sign off from friends and family, say we'll see you in about four weeks. And we hit it hard as a family, so the kids harvest and then two of my kids harvest with Greg and then my middle daughter and I kind of trim it up and bundle it, weigh it all out and get it ready in the kitchen. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (16:19): Wow. That's so great. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (16:19): Yeah. And it'll be interesting. We don't know how much the crop will yield every year. That's the other thing that's unique about asparagus because it comes up from the ground, kind of like little fingers cropping out of the ground. We know what an acre of asparagus should produce when it is fully mature, but we're just now hitting that full maturity with our crop because it takes about three years for an asparagus patch to really produce fully. So, you know, last year we picked, well over 2000 pounds, we think this year we'll pick over 3000 and then we should level off somewhere in the next couple of years, somewhere between four and 6,000 pounds off of that acre. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (17:01): Wow. Wow. Where, where all does it go? Do you sell that much on Market Wagon or do you sell most of it at your own farm stand? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (17:11): Yeah, we've got several different outlets. So of course the farm stand is always the first place that it's out because we can put it out here in our front yard, on our big cart and, and it is a little temperamental when it's cold and, and cloudy, the crop doesn't come up. We have to wait for a hot sunny day to get it going. Once that gets rolling and we're a little later in the season, we'll be at the Pendleton Farmers Market. We have a couple of different little grocery stores that we sell to. And then we're excited to hopefully do both Tuesday and Thursday on Market Wagon this year. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (17:44): Yeah, yeah. You should. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (17:46): We're thrilled. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (17:47): Yeah. That's great. So, all right. We've kind of talked about it. We can, people can find you at Pendleton Farmers Market, on Market Wagon.com. You have a farm stand, right? So people can drive out to your place. How else can customers learn about you online or otherwise? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (18:05): Yeah, so we have our Facebook page and our Instagram, Fields of Joy produce. And then we should have asparagus this year at R&R Market in Pendleton and downtown Anderson at Collective Roots and then Wildwood Market downtown Indy. We sold with them for a long time. So we're excited to be in all those locations. Yeah. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (18:26): Awesome. Now I don't know, Ross may cut this off, but I just wanna have fun learning a little bit more about asparagus and what you could do. So, and maybe this, will be the fun addendum to the end of the podcast. You said top tilling. So you have to go out and, and break the surface for the asparagus Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (18:42): To come through. Yeah. Just helps to, to allow the asparagus to come up through the ground a little bit easier. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (18:47): Do you use a disc or a rototiller for that? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (18:49): A rototiller. Yep. We just go slightly over the top of all of those rows. Our struggle sometimes is weed control and weed pressure. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (18:56): That's my next question, right? Yeah. You can't because this stuff, it spreads underground. Right. So you cannot use a weed block of any kind. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (19:03): Correct. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (19:04): So what's the weed pressure like, does it eventually win? Like does it... Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (19:09): Well, we hope not. We're hoping it doesn't eventually win. The good thing is that by the time we are done harvesting, that's really when you have your heavy weed pressure coming on. Right. So that kind of late May, we've already really harvested by the time heavy weed pressure comes on. And at that point, you let your whole field go to fern, that fern shades out those weeds, and they really don't get established. So other than thistle, we, you know, if we find thistle we go out and try to deal with that. Horse weeds, we had a horrible problem with horse weeds when we first--what we call horse weeds. Digging those things out, you know, making sure you're staying on top of seeds, all of that. But people ask us that all the time, do you weed your asparagus? I'm like, oh, there's no way I could weed this patch. And it's really okay. It doesn't bother me that there's weeds out there. Because we can pick around all of that. And then that fernage just kind of shades it out. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (20:09): Yeah. So that's what I meant when I said, does it win? I meant does the asparagus eventually win? Cause I know that happens like corn. It will it'll canopy eventually. So you just need to keep ahead of the weeds until the canopy. But I hadn't thought about the fact that yeah, the weed pressure, you know, I always feel like I'm a big victorious vegetable farmer until like the first week of June. And that's when I'm like, oh man, , it's like a tortoise and hare race. And I'm the hare in the first month and a half of produce season and then the tortoise always catches up. All of those weeds become overwhelming. So what does harvest look like? How do you, how do you have to is it's not by hand, is it you're not cutting every spear? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (20:51): Every snap. We are, we are actually hand snapping every spear. So we've found it's just the best way, you know, there's certainly methods. People can use a tractor and you can lay on your belly and kind of pick it that way. We just, I know-- Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (21:06): I just picture myself telling my daughter, no, it's gonna be fine. You just lay under the tractor like this. Yeah. Daddy won't I won't roll over your legs. It's gonna be fine. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (21:13): No, it's totally fine. If you look on YouTube, I'm sure you could find a whole bunch of creative inventive ways. At this point we are still hand harvesting it. You know, when we get to that four, 5,000 pounds, we may decide to, to invest in something different. But for us right now with our kids, we've hired a young boy to come and help us harvest. It is what it is. And that's what we say makes our asparagus different. It's not machine harvested where, you know, they set a height on the asparagus and it all gets knocked. At the same point, we are running our hand from the bottom of that spear up. We're finding that tender spot. We're popping it off there. And then it, it gets brought in. We sort all of our asparagus into four different sizes so that your full pound of hand snapped asparagus--not only can you eat the entire stalk because the entire stalk is tender , but it's all sized appropriately so that you can cook it in the same way and have a good success. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (22:13): Because that is something that happens with store bought asparagus--you can't eat the bottom of it. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (22:19): No, it's usually... Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (22:20): Do they? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (22:20): We basically tell people it's not the same product. If you buy something in the store. It might all be sized similarly, similarly, similarly, but lemme get that word out. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (22:30): Diatamatious earth... Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (22:33): Diatamatious. Let's just call that DE. You're definitely going to cut the bottom third off to get to your tender spot where we've already hit that tender spot for you. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (22:43): And is it a true cut and come back? Like you're gonna get another spear out of that same plant or it's just different spears are coming up. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (22:50): Different spears. Yeah. So if you think about that asparagus, crown, that little crown that you plant with one little spear coming up, it will build every year. So off of that crown, you will have buds all of those buds then produce spears coming up off of the ground. And that's really where you get your different sizes. I think people sometimes think that the real thick ones are real Woody and you can't eat those. Those are just as tender. It's just an older bud off of that crown. So every year we should get more and more of the thin spears because new buds produce thin spears, but as they age, they get bigger. So yeah, so always we have lots and lots of different sizes coming up out of the ground. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (23:39): One of the others--we talked about strawberries being a headache. One of the other headaches about strawberries is if you intend to grow anything else, you also have to be murdering strawberry plants every year because they want to, they want to invade and take over. Does asparagus do the same thing? Is it difficult to keep in place? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (23:55): No, we've actually we designed all of our field so that the asparagus has plenty of room to spread. That's what we wanted to do. So our older patches are you know, a foot and a half wide. Well, they're probably more like three feet wide at this point. And then when you plant your new patch, when we planted all of those 10,000 crowns, they were of course in a one little single row. And every year when you go out that wide, that road just keeps getting wider and wider. So we've left plenty of room between all of those rows, not only to mow, to keep a good walking path down, but to allow that one little crown to just take off over the next 20 years and start widening out and develop lots of different buds coming off of it. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (24:42): Very fascinating. Thank you for the asparagus farming tutorial that most of our listeners would've turned off about five minutes ago, but this was great. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (24:51): I'm not sure I should be proud of myself that I know quite so much about asparagus . Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (24:56): You know, if it takes two social [work] degrees in order to know this much about asparagus, I guess... Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (25:00): That's right. That's right. Well, I can do other things too. I can do other things too. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (25:06): Oh. Joy, this has been great. I really appreciate you sharing your story and letting people know a little bit more about where their food comes from and how difficult and challenging it is to raise good, both strawberries and asparagus, and everything else because it just engenders, a greater appreciation for what you do and where our food comes from. So thanks for joining me. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (25:27): Hey, thanks for having me, Nick. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (25:34): Thanks for listening to this episode of More Than A Mile. Be sure to sign up for Market Wagon at MarketWagon.com or after downloading the Market Wagon app for iOS or Android. Follow us @MarketWagon on Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook for stories, recipes, special announcements, news, and just digital handshakes from our friendly farming community. If you enjoyed More Than A Mile, please rate the podcast and write a review on iTunes, CastBox, PodChaser, or wherever you listen to your favorite podcast. Thank you for continuing to support local food.  

RSN Racing Pulse
Leigh Jordan fields for the Andrew Ramsden

RSN Racing Pulse

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 12:01


The VRC's Racing Manager joined Michael Felgate fresh with the Andrew Ramsden final field and some exciting news surrounding the Melbourne Cup Carnival at headquarters!

The Fitness Movement: Training | Programming | Competing
054: Kyle Fields on Programming for Weightlifting

The Fitness Movement: Training | Programming | Competing

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 68:20


In this episode we dig into Kyle's method of coaching and program design for Weightlifters. We discuss everything from movement frequency of Snatches, Clean & Jerks and Squats to the movements that pair best in training sessions.Listen with Show Notes: https://zoarfitness.com/podcast/054/Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qf3v_FVA5KkHire a Coach: https://www.zoarfitness.com/coach/Get Pro [Upgrade Your Fitness Knowledge]: https://zoarfitness.com/pro/The Protocol [Weekly Programming]: https://zoarfitness.com/theprotocol/Movement Breakdowns: https://www.zoarfitness.com/movements/Gymnastics Density University: https://www.zoarfitness.com/product/gymnastics-density-university/Gymnastics Density for the Big Five: https://www.zoarfitness.com/product/gymnastics-density-for-crossfit/Bulletproof Body: Accessory Work for Functional Fitness: https://www.zoarfitness.com/product/bulletproof-body/Cyclical Supremacy: https://www.zoarfitness.com/product/cyclical-supremacy/Your First Muscle-Up: https://www.zoarfitness.com/product/your-first-muscle-up-program/Follow ZOAR Fitness on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zoarfitness/Support the show

Storybeat with Steve Cuden
Myla Lichtman-Fields, Playwright-Screenwriter-Episode #201

Storybeat with Steve Cuden

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 57:54


The prolific playwright and screenwriter, Myla Lichtman Fields, received training at The Juilliard School of Drama and a Ph.D. in Communications-Drama with a minor in film from the University of Southern California.  As a staff writer at Universal Studios, she penned episodic TV shows, Movies of the Week, and an NBC special.  Myla's play, Felix & Fanny, will be presented in November, 2022, at the Barbican Centre's Milton Court Theatre in London featuring The Carducci String Quartet.   California Artists Radio Theatre recorded Felix & Fanny with Michael York and Samantha Eggar, airing it on NPR and Sirius XM radio.  Felix & Fanny is the first of Myla's 4 Musicmakers Plays.  California Artists Radio Theatre also recorded Brigid of Kildare, featuring Samantha Eggar, Monte Markham, and a star-studded cast.  Olympia Dukakis read the lead role of Sara in Myla's play, Learning to Dance in the Rain in New York City. It was also a semi-finalist in the Ashland New Play Festival and a Finalist in the IATI Theatre Award Contest.Myla's plays, The Stone of Kilhara and The Peacemakers were read at San Diego's Old Globe Theatre.  The Peacemakers won 2nd place in the Stage & Screen contest and was workshopped at The O'Neill Playwriting Conference Center in CT.Sixteen of Myla's plays are available through Lulu.com.

Shoulder of Orion: The Blade Runner Podcast
118 // Visions of the Future: Part Two

Shoulder of Orion: The Blade Runner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 76:53


We'd like to thank all of our listeners and supporters during this short break. We are pleased to present to you a follow up to Visions of the Future with this part two installment. In this episode, Patrick, Peter and Jaime dive further into what a future could look like through the lens of Blade Runner and our current world. Will the lack of empathy lead to our destruction? Join us and take part in the discussion!   Apple Podcasts: bit.ly/shoulderoforionitunes // For more on this and our other projects, please visit www.bladerunnerpodcast.com  // If you'd like to join the conversation, find us on our closed Facebook group: Fields of Calantha. // To support the show, please consider visiting www.bladerunnerpodcast.com/support. We've got some great perks available! // And as always, please consider rating, reviewing, and sharing this show. We can't tell you how much your support means to us, but we can hopefully show you by continuing to provide better, more ambitious, and more dynamic content for years to come.

Narcissism Recovery Podcast
Trauma & Abuse from an Energetic Perspective

Narcissism Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 13:32


As energetic beings, it is imperative to look at how our childhood adverse experiences affected our energetic fIelds and the development of our sense of self. With this clarity we can have a better insight into what we need to do to correct our emotional wounds. We discuss this in detail in today's episode.  Below is a link to view Eastern Body Western Mind by Anodea Judith.  https://www.amazon.com/Eastern-Body-Western-Mind-Psychology/dp/1587612259/ref=sr_1_1? Below is a link to view Charge and the Energy Body by Anodea Judith.  https://www.amazon.com/Charge-Energy-Body-Healing-Relationships/dp/B08ZBC4TZ1/ref=sr_1_1?crid=TIYYAWWNUJP1&keywords=charge+and+the+energy+body+by+andeo+judith&qid=1652120882&sprefix=charge+and+the+energy+%2Caps%2C596&sr=8-1 If you are interested in joining the MHC Healing Community Facebook Group which is a group of like-minded individuals who are interested in healing from narcissism and narcissistic abuse, feel free to join below: www.facebook.com/groups/mhchealingcommunity Below are some free resources to help you on your healing journey. Website | The Magnolia Healing Center is constantly growing and evolving. Come here to learn more about our center. (p.s. Blog is coming soon!) Social Media | Stay in touch through all of our social platforms, where we offer updates on our center and post daily quotes and videos! If you are interested in working with me one-on-one and go on a Healing Journey together, feel free to set up a time to talk with me below. http://calendly.com/yitz_epstein Much love, Yitz

Best of ESPN 1000
5/9 6 PM: Fields and Getsy relationship

Best of ESPN 1000

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 23:52


The guys talk about Bears rookie mini camp from over the weekend and they listen to Luke Getsy talk about his relationship with Justin Fields. The guys also listen to the Song of the Night and get a White Sox report from BroConnor.

The Steve Warne Project
751: Sens Fire Pierre McGuire; Islanders Fire Barry Trotz; Keefe Fields Weird Insulting Question

The Steve Warne Project

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 30:29


What was behind the Sens firing today of Pierre McGuire? Islanders curious decision to fire Barry Trotz; Sheldon Keefe Fields Weird Insulting Question from reporter.

Ready. Set. Go. Real Estate Investing Podcast
”Managing 600 Properties Building Culture” with Janet Fields (EP221)

Ready. Set. Go. Real Estate Investing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 30:15


FREE LIVE CLASS Get 6 Figures Funding In 30 Days:  https://www.creditcounselelite.com/registration-page   Host: Brandon Elliott @BrandonElliottInvestments | Guest Today: Janet Fields ---------------------------- About Brandon Elliott: Top 100 Yahoo Finance in 2020, Brandon Elliott is a leading authority on real estate and credit. He is experienced and proven in utilizing credit to invest in real estate and implement the "BRRRR Strategy." Brandon has a thriving credit repair and tradelines company but prefers teaching people the credit hacks he's been applying for years such as building huge credit lines for both personal/business up to 7 figures and manufactured spending techniques- showing ways to create millions of points equivalent to cash, free travels, and even buying properties using credit cards. From the credit knowledge that is taught in his Elite Credit Course, Brandon was able liquidate $200K+ for a safety-net when purchasing a 4-PLEX in one of the most desirable locations in San Diego, just 8 minutes walking distance from the famous San Diego Zoo. His passion in helping others reach their financial freedom too, lead Brandon to host "Ready. Set. Go. Real Estate Investing" podcast every Monday sharing how you can invest in real estate successfully with little to no money utilizing credit. Brandon has completed numerous of Fix & Flips locally in San Diego as well as across the country out of state virtually with his worst project still being 60% cash-on-cash ROI. ----------------------------

The Stephen A. Smith Show
Hour 2: Monday Morning Dan

The Stephen A. Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 44:55


More on Harden's big Game 4. Brian Windhorst joins to break down what's going on in the Bucks/Celtics series. The guys discuss expectations for Justin Fields. Dan Orlovsky joins to talk about Fields, how the Bears have failed to put good players around him on offense so far, and how Fields will get MVP consideration if he plays well this season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Max Kellerman Show
Hour 2: Monday Morning Dan

The Max Kellerman Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 44:55


More on Harden's big Game 4. Brian Windhorst joins to break down what's going on in the Bucks/Celtics series. The guys discuss expectations for Justin Fields. Dan Orlovsky joins to talk about Fields, how the Bears have failed to put good players around him on offense so far, and how Fields will get MVP consideration if he plays well this season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Golic and Wingo
Hour 2: Monday Morning Dan

Golic and Wingo

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 44:55


More on Harden's big Game 4. Brian Windhorst joins to break down what's going on in the Bucks/Celtics series. The guys discuss expectations for Justin Fields. Dan Orlovsky joins to talk about Fields, how the Bears have failed to put good players around him on offense so far, and how Fields will get MVP consideration if he plays well this season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Keyshawn, JWill & Max
Hour 2: Monday Morning Dan

Keyshawn, JWill & Max

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 44:55


More on Harden's big Game 4. Brian Windhorst joins to break down what's going on in the Bucks/Celtics series. The guys discuss expectations for Justin Fields. Dan Orlovsky joins to talk about Fields, how the Bears have failed to put good players around him on offense so far, and how Fields will get MVP consideration if he plays well this season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis
Hour 2: Monday Morning Dan

Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 44:55


More on Harden's big Game 4. Brian Windhorst joins to break down what's going on in the Bucks/Celtics series. The guys discuss expectations for Justin Fields. Dan Orlovsky joins to talk about Fields, how the Bears have failed to put good players around him on offense so far, and how Fields will get MVP consideration if he plays well this season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Move The Ball™
Chafie Fields: Strategies for Maintaining Your Personal Best

Move The Ball™

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 31:06


Today Chafie Fields shares how your history and upbringing impact your ability to stay motivated and disciplined to accomplish your goals. Listen in as Jennifer and Chafie discuss the culture of accountability, embracing the experiences of your team to work toward a goal, and how to handle the frustration that comes with working with a team with varying levels of motivation and discipline.   About Chafie Fields: Chafie Fields is currently a sports and talent agent with Wasserman, one of the top agencies serving the best athletes, artists, and brands. Prior to his career as an agent, Chafie was a wide receiver who played college football at Penn State and he also played in the NFL for three seasons with the San Francisco 49ers, the Denver Broncos, and the New York Jets.   Follow Chafie on Instagram: @thesuperagent Follow Chafie on Twitter: @ChafieFields   Want to find your own way to Move the Ball toward your goals? Connect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/movetheball/ Buy the Move the Ball book: https://amz.run/5JR6 Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/movetheball/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mindset Call with Mr. Tony Fleming
MASTER YOUR STORY! EPISODE #435-WITH MR TONY FLEMING AND MR LOUIS FIELDS 2022-04-29 (AFTER CALL INTERVIEW #12 PART 3)

Mindset Call with Mr. Tony Fleming

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 24:22


Host Mr. Tony Fleming and guest Mr. Louis Fields continue the after call discussion of Interview #12 Part 3. Tell your story because trying to tell or copy someone else's story will make your delivery ineffective.

The Fields Brothers Show
The Podcast Debut of Clara Fields, aka Mom

The Fields Brothers Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 32:05


Mindset Call with Mr. Tony Fleming
WORKING THE PLAN EPISODE #434-WITH MR TONY FLEMING AND MR LOUIS FIELDS 2022-04-29 (AFTER CALL INTERVIEW #12 PART 3)

Mindset Call with Mr. Tony Fleming

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 31:47


Host Mr. Tony Fleming and guest Mr. Louis Fields have an after call discussion of Interview #12 Part 3. They discuss the need to invest the money and time to discover your plan and then work the plan.

Waddle & Silvy
5/6 5 PM: Poles Belief in Fields

Waddle & Silvy

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 22:28


Is Ryan Poles showing true belief in Justin Fields? Plus, the guys Find the Great.

Waddle & Silvy
5/6 2 PM: Are the Bears All In On Fields?

Waddle & Silvy

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 43:10


Do the Bears truly believe in Justin Fields? Sam Monson from PFF doesn't believe so. But Ryan Poles told Kap & Hood that they are all in on Fields.

SGT Report's The Propaganda Antidote
UNSEEN REALM WOO: ORBS, PLASMA FIELDS & LIGHT BEINGS -- PATTY GREER

SGT Report's The Propaganda Antidote

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 61:30


Crop circle researcher, experiencer and filmmaker Patty Greer returns to SGT Report to discuss the realm of the seen and the unseen; crop circles, orbs, plasma fields and light beings.   Try C60-Evo! https://www.c60evo.com/sgtr/Save 20% on subscription, and use coupon code ( SGTR ) to get an extra 10% off   Watch this episode here: https://www.bitchute.com/video/Pqjp5k4yeMyb/

Locked On 49ers - Daily Podcast On The San Francisco 49ers
Tariq Castro-Fields Scouting Report, Jason Verrett Signing

Locked On 49ers - Daily Podcast On The San Francisco 49ers

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 43:48


Jason Verrett is going to give it one more go with the San Francisco 49ers in 2022. Scouting report on 49ers sixth round cornerback Tariq Castro-Fields out of Penn State. How the rookie fits into a suddenly crowded CB depth chart. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Creeps & Crimes
S2 Ep84: Michael Taylor & Lauren Smith-Fields

Creeps & Crimes

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 79:57


Yo Yo Yo!!! Episode 84 is here!! Sorry not sorry for the long intro and catching up, but it feels like we haven't talked with y'all for a bit about life- so we took this opportunity to do so! Morgan starts this episode off with one of the most bizarre possessions and exorcisms we have ever heard and the goriest crime that England had ever seen, the case of Michael Taylor. We get some weird vibes from the Prayer group leader and are pretty sure there is way more to this case than what we know! But don't worry, even through the gross and weirdness, we made sure to give you some good laughs (well at least we got some good giggles in)! Taylar then covers the Mysterious Death of Lauren Smith-Fields! This is still an active case (Taylar's first ever) and could change at any moment, therefore there will likely be updates coming in the future! This case is saddening and honestly disgusting because of how it was handled! We send our love to Lauren's family and we will stand with them to bring Lauren the Justice she Deserves! Lastly, Tay wraps up this episode with updates from previous cases that we have covered including: Madeline Maddie McCann, Delphi Murders, Holly Bobo, Lauren Taylor Agee, and Brice Laspisa!  JOIN OUR PATREON FOR 2 EXCLUSIVE EPISODES EACH MONTH AND THE ENTIRE BACK LOG OF EPS AND BONUS MATERIAL GO WATCH ON YOUTUBE Be sure to like, comment, subscribe and turn on post notifications for our channel! Let's Get Creepy!! Follow us on Instagram Check out our website Sources coming soon...

McNeil & Parkins Show
Spiegs is incredibly worried about Danny (Hour 1)

McNeil & Parkins Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 25:11


Spiegs is incredibly worried about Danny and his love for Justin Fields. Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk thinks Fields might stink. With a very healthy stock of quarterbacks coming out of the draft in 2023, could the new Bears regime look to move onto a quarterback of their own?