Mandela – JP013
We had the pleasure of interviewing Mandela on todays podcast. Although not discussed, Mandela has an professional history in Agricultural Economics. He founded and is currently operating the Ag Non-Profit ROOTS Africa.
Mandela and I spent these past season growing a couple of crops, compost, and soil together after meeting at a workshop earlier this year. I am certain you will be able to hear, and I hope you will relish our rapport.
Enjoy Mandela’s thoughts, and feel free to share Why you think the healthiest soils are black!
- Works Referenced:
- What does the fox say
- An actual sound of a fox (we had planned on using the fox sound as a “bleep” in the case of explicit language, but the fox sound is unfortunately more explicit than even our language.
- Urban Famer Podcast 468: Chris Smith on Okra.
- Ancient Mysteries, Modern Visions: The Magnetic Life of Agriculture
- Why Dark-Colored Pigeons Are More Common in Cities
- Why Dark Pigeons Rule the Streets
- Panthers can be both leopards and jaguars!
- I meant to say Liebig, not Leibniz, in reference to the NPK and start of the industrial agriculture and fertilizer scheme
- George Washington Carver’s entire body of work
- Jìgìjìgì EP005 – Philosophical Background
- Proverbs shared:
- “If you’re ripe, you rot; if you’re green, you grow.”
- “Fruit don’t fall far from the tree”
- Recommended Resource:
- Roots AFRICA
Asante Sana ߊߛߊ߲ߕߌ ߛߣߊ
Medase Paa ߡߍߘߊߛߋ ߔߊ
Modupe O ߡߏߘߎߔߋ ߏ
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