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We've already introduced you to Lois Martin but we didn't get the whole story of her early farm life and how she's still active in the family operation. Earlier in 2021, Lois was back in the show ring with a hog in Kentucky. We find out how granddaughter Carly helped sell the trip and the return to the ring. Click here for this timeless story of fa…
 
Jason Andringa has picked up his grandfather's hobby of being a pilot. They also have both served as CEO of Vermeer in Pella, Iowa. But grandpa and Jason's mother Mary, (another CEO of the company) didn't have to navigate supply chain issues like the ones that came during COVID. This conversation also covers another big issue that is also tied to t…
 
We're going to get a little dirty in this week's podcast. We'll climb aboard a combine and discuss how we shoot video at harvest from the ground, on-board and in the air. Peter Tubbs and Paul Yeager talk about examples of places we've recorded video, the types of gear and how we usually know what farmers are thinking in how they react to a televisi…
 
All the roads add up to 531 and 939 for two University of Nebraska Omaha students Seth Varner and Austin Schneider. The pair started a tour around Nebraska in the early days of the pandemic in 2020. They visited all 531 towns in their home state and eventually wrote a book about the experience.Di Iowa PBS
 
Show producer Colleen Krantz stops by to tell us about recent trips for the program and cooperations with other PBS stations to keep telling stories in a travel-strained world. Colleen covers recent stories on insects and brucellosis and looks ahead to labor issues she's continually covering. Click here as we experiment a bit in format to give some…
 
Hurricane Ida highlighted some weaknesses in an aging infrastructure system along the shipping lanes of the Mississippi River. Mike Steenhoek pays great attention to U.S. ports as part of his job with the Soy Transportation Coalition. Infrastructure is a hot topic in the political world and we ask Mike how his office is navigating those sensitive w…
 
4-H has deep roots in rural America. But times are changing as the rural/urban population shift prompts many organizations to revamp how they reach new members and provide programs. Debbie Nistler started her job as the Iowa 4-H program leader in the middle of 2019's Iowa State Fair. She did that on purpose. And since then, the shifts in stress hav…
 
We're mixing up the format the next few weeks as we conduct some interviews at the Iowa State Fair. Leading off is 92-year-old Lois Martin of Marion, Iowa. She's been attending the Iowa State Fair since 1946. Her family has camped every year and shown pigs in various shows over the decades.Di Iowa PBS
 
The rainfall in 2019 broke up a series of dry years in South Dakota. The 2020-21 winter wheat crop spent much of the year trying to grow in drought conditions. Now that harvest is almost complete, producers there are making decisions about planting the next winter crop into parched soils.Di Iowa PBS
 
Albert "Sparky" Duroe started at sweeping the sidewalks of his first bank. He eventually moved up to become president of Farmers State Bank in Jesup, Iowa, before retiring and turning the business over to his children. Duroe was running the bank during the lead up, in the height of and after the 1980s farm crisis. Duroe talks about how the conversa…
 
Dairy farmers are no strangers to early rise times. Neither are long-distance runners and commodity market analysts. Jacqueline Holland is still two of those three and grew up on a Jo Davies County, Illinois dairy farm before getting into agricultural economics - ending up at Farm Futures. She's still a tri-athlete and has been paying close attenti…
 
The Black Sea region is a major agricultural production area that provides mystery for many. Russia and Ukraine have emerged in the wheat and corn market as trade with China has increased over the last two decades. Andrey Sizov is forecaster, analyst and scholar of the region. Click here as we discuss the expansion of the Black Sea, the trade relat…
 
An office placement next to the coffee pot during Seth Meyer's first tour at USDA allowed him to get into meetings by the then-chief economist. Meyer was able to learn how more factors beyond corn, soybeans and livestock played into the overall economic picture presented by the USDA. We talk to Meyer about his time writing WASDE reports, the econom…
 
Three women with a history in agriculture and technology saw a need for connecting someone with work that needs to be done and a crew to do that job. Think of Farmmee as the modern-day radio-tradio where someone with a field of hay that needs to be bailed after a piece of equipment broke down and the rain chance just increased in the weather foreca…
 
When you grow up in Montana and get involved in FFA and 4-H, odds on a career in agriculture are good. But ShayLe Stewart didn't see what she ended up as her first pick. Now she's the livestock analyst for DTN/Progressive Farmer and says her job is a great fit. We discuss the hot topics of packer margins and congressional actions on the industry. C…
 
In this week's episode, JT previews the UrbanTech Market Map project, an ongoing initiative across UrbanTech's content for the rest of the year. The first version of the map which UT shared last week, includes companies and startups we've covered in our first year. The second half of this week's episode includes a conversation with NYC Mayoral Cand…
 
Tim Bennett has been a longtime viewer of the TV show, Market to Market. How did he react when his son, Matthew, told him he was going to be appearing on the program as a market analyst? We sit father and son next to each other to explore their working relationship both on the farm and off, plus details on Tim's favorite analyst and if he takes Mat…
 
Faith, family and farming are three tenets of Adrienne DeSutter's life. The former school counselor is still farming in Knox County, Illinois, and has had quite the year since we last talked to her as a panelist on our Mental Health program in May of 2020. We discuss how comparing yourself to others isn't healthy and how sometimes the basic questio…
 
Zach Johnson and Mitchell Hora are both farmers, but until thrown together for a podcast, didn't know each other. Three seasons later, the pair from Lowry, Minnesota, and Washington, Iowa, have covered a lot of ground. Hora's hometown and county were the focus of this season's Field Work podcast and the DNA of sustainability that dates back generat…
 
A buddy seat in the tractor or combine cab is more than just a place for a kid to ride. For April Hemmes, it is where people from all over the world have sat as she tells them about agriculture. From too dry of soybeans shattering on impact to the "funny pointy things" most call a corn head, she's entertained and educated foreign and domestic visit…
 
Gaining a million subscribers to your YouTube channel is no easy task. Grant Hilbert has crossed that threshold and gone beyond it with his channel, The Squad. What started as posting videos of him playing a virtual farming simulator has turned enough profit to launch his farming career with the purchase of land and equipment.…
 
UrbanTech Founder John Thomey sits downs with Pete Evenson, the co-founder and COO of Swoop, a mobility startup that provides software to small transportation companies for managing their business and mobility fleets. As reported by CNBC, Swoop recently won a contract from the NFL to provide rides at the 2022 Super Bowl in LA. Pete shares how the s…
 
Earlier this month for UrbanTech Premium members, JT interviewed Veo CEO Candice Xie to learn about the company's expansion into New York, how the company is trying to push the envelope for sustainability, and why she thinks mobility companies need more scrutiny for financial claims. Also, UrbanTech is featured on Product Hunt today!! Please leave …
 
This week JT shared details on UrbanTech's new paid subscription and community that is now available for sign up! In the first part of the podcast, JT interviews Zencity's CEO on how the company is helping local leaders understand community sentiments. In the second half of the episode, John is interviewed by Propel cofounder Emily Pik on what's ah…
 
There are two basic types of commodity traders - fundamental and technical. Alan Palmer has made his career about what the chart is telling him. We look at candlesticks, gaps and olive lines on his charts. Palmer operates NASDOG.com, has a career that traces back to his days in the pits on the Chicago Board of Trade. Click here for the video discus…
 
Our DNA of this podcast is telling about the stories we are working on to give you a preview of what's to come on the TV show, Market to Market. Our conversation with John Torpy and Colleen Krantz touches on their upcoming work on weather, China and legal issues. John also covers some of the challenges and advantages of reporting in a pandemic. Lis…
 
The story of Georgia agriculture includes the three P's of peanuts, pecans and peaches. Casey Cox is back on the family farm where variety is all around. Their timber, sweet corn, soybeans and field corn all add to the diversified operation. This further adds to the complexity of southern and northern policies in how one size doesn't fit all. Click…
 
The story of agriculture is all over this country and New Jersey is no different. Kevin "Skippy" Morrow is our guest to discuss the work in the Garden State. He talks about the traffic jams he battles daily on the way to the fields and the challenges of farming in a region surrounded by cities and suburbs. We'll get into the rural/urban discussion …
 
JT chats with the team at Local Logic to learn more about how stakeholders increasingly use data and analytics at the local level. Joining the conversation from Local Logic was CEO and Cofounder Vincent-Charles Hodder and Head of Industry Relations Sara Maffey. Additional Links: Sign up for the Urban Tech Beta waitlist Local Logic Serie A Funding N…
 
JT sat down with Journalist and Director of Applied Research at NewCities, Greg Lindsay to explore the biggest trends that cities are dealing with coming out of COVID and as they look to embrace innovation, while also competing for top tech talent. Greg's full bio: Greg Lindsay is a journalist, urbanist, futurist, and speaker. He is the director of…
 
In Urban Tech's first audio essay, JT explores global trade by looking at Flexport, which aims to be the operating system for international trade and logistics. We also explored this topic in Thursday's newsletter: https://urbantech.substack.com/p/-the-opaque-systems-and-processes Important Links: Austin Area Urban League Austin Justice Coalition A…
 
JT sat down with Hangar Managing Partner Josh Mendelsohn to learn how his firm helps startups bridge the gap between innovation and the public good. Before becoming an investor, Josh worked in government before joining Google's public policy team. Josh also served as a CEO, so he provides a unique perspective on how government can help spur innovat…
 
As the Head of Public Enterprise at Unqork, and a former deputy mayor of New York, Cas Holloway is an expert on the complicated technical landscape that local governments face. He joined JT to talk about his time working for New York City and shared insights on how local governments are thinking about modernizing their IT infrastructure.…
 
Political strategist and venture capitalist Bradley Tusk joins the Urban Tech Podcast to discuss how politics is increasingly changing our cities and tech. Here are some of the topics JT and Bradley discuss in the conversation: What qualities are needed for the next generation of local leaders Bradley shares why he’s supporting and advising Andrew …
 
Voi's Chief Commercial Officer Carl Vernersson joins JT to discuss how the scooter company is trying to break into New York, which is finally allowing scooter operators to enter later this Spring by competing in an RFP process. Here are a few highlights from the episode: Carl explains how he believes tech companies can work better with regulators. …
 
A conversation with Lime's Head of Global Policy Katie Stevens. Katie's team helps Lime operate with over 130 cities to bring transportation services to citizens around the world. Katie shares insights with JT including: How COVID has challenged bike and scooter operators Who the many stakeholders are making decisions on transportation policies Why…
 
A conversation with The Lot Next Door's Russ Rosenband to examine the many ways innovation is changing the restaurant and food landscape. Russ works directly with founders to help raise capital and define real estate growth / go-to-market strategies. Russ' advisory portfolio consists of companies like Bbot (Restaurant Tech), Daily Goods (Grab-and-G…
 
John speaks with Dr. Anja Jamrozik to learn about the role of design in both the built world and the digital world. They also discuss the role of design at Airbnb, how remote work is changing the design landscape, and more. You can follow Anja's design newsletter and work by visiting her website. She is also active on Twitter:…
 
In episode 10 of the Market Urbanism Podcast, we talk about the vast legality and regulation that grips U.S. cities, and how it can be loosened. In segment 1 we speak with Randal O'Toole, of the Cato Institute, about the "disparate impact" clause in federal housing policy, and how it could be used to make a legal case against zoning. In segment 2 w…
 
In episode 9 of the Market Urbanism Podcast, we discuss the causes and solutions for America's homeless epidemic. In segment 1 we speak with Randy Shaw, executive director of the Tenderloin Housing Clinic, and author of the book "Generation Priced Out." In segment 2, we talk with Donald Burnes, founder of the Burnes Center at the University of Denv…
 
In episode 8 of the Market Urbanism podcast, we talk about the socialized nature of U.S. infrastructure, and how it can be privatized. In segment 1, we discuss toll roads with Bob Poole of the Reason Foundation. In segment 2 we discuss broader privatization strategies with Chris Edwards of the Cato Institute.…
 
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