TGoG Podcast 015 – An Interview with Leanne (Hazeltree Farm)

TGOG+podcast+logo+new+1400+v2On Thursday night, I caught up with Leanne from Hazeltree Farm which is near Dunedin in New Zealand.

We talked about sustainable farming practices, the exciting things she is doing with her tree-change, and the hazards and consequences of the property receiving unhealthy doses of Roundup(tm)!

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The original recording was over an hour long, so I had to edit it down to a manageable length.  It is now just over 40 minutes, so I hope you take the time to listen to this enjoyable podcast.

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  1. says

    @ Leanne,

    The pleasure was all mine!

    @ Michael,

    Great idea. I added in an audio MP3 button that directly downloads the MP3 file. Right click to ‘save as’



  2. says

    Hi Gavin,

    It would be nice if it was easier to download the MP3 … any chance of a direct link to the MP3?

    (the flash-based player doesn’t work on mobile devices)



  3. says

    Thanks ladies.

    She was a great guest. We talked a lot more, but in the interests of a listenable podcast, I had to shorten it a bit.


  4. says

    Thanks for the interview with Leanne. I regularly read her blog as well as yours. It is a great idea to talk to regular people doing amazing things.

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