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KunstlerCast #218: Surveying the Local Ag Scene

Seth Jacobs and caterer Susie Quillio Released: Feb. 21, 2013 JHK chats with Washington County farmer Seth Jacobs and caterer Susie Quillio about the developing local ag scene. Jim met Seth at the Cambridge bluegrass jam, where he was playing mandolin. He’s known Susie for twenty years. The new KunstlerCast theme music is called “Adam more »

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KunstlerCast #196: JHK’s Veganism

The American Diet of The Future Released: March 1, 2012 JHK talks about his experience being a “97 percent” vegan and how the American diet may change in the Long Emergency. ***Jim’s recipe for Lucky Soup will be posted here tomorrow (March 2)*** Direct Download: KunstlerCast_196.mp3 (26 MB | 25:24 mins.) Listener Caller Line: 1-(866) more »

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KunstlerCast #183: In World Made By Hand Country

JHK Gives us a Tour of His New Village Released: Dec. 1, 2011 Jim’s finally found himself a new house, and it’s right on the edge of the place that inspired the fictional town of Union Grove in his World Made By Hand novels. Duncan brings listeners along for the scenic drive from Troy up more »

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KunstlerCast #174: Big Sky Country

Montana Now and in The Long Emergency Released: Sept. 29, 2011 After a recent visit to Montana, JHK asks: What is living in a town in Montana all about? It seems like it’s mostly about the scenery outside of town, not the town itself: the streets are too wide, the buildings too low and the more »

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KunstlerCast #159: The Congress For the New Urbanism

Snapshots from CNU 19 – Madison, Wisc. Released: June 9, 2011. In the first of many installments to come, Duncan updates James Howard Kunstler on the recent Congress For the New Urbanism, held June 1-6, 2011 in Madison, Wisc. The Congress for the New Urbanism is a professional association of planners, architects, developers, political leaders more »

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KunstlerCast #114: Agrarian Urbanism

The New New Urbanism? Released: May 27, 2010. James Howard Kunstler recently returned from the 18th Annual Congress for the New Urbanism. Agrarian urbanism was a hot topic among many New Urbanists at the Congress and in this episode Kunstler takes the time to explore the topic of food production in cities. Rising energy prices more »

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KunstlerCast #82: Food in a World Made By Hand

Beyond Fast Food Nation Released: Oct. 1, 2009. In this week’s episode, listener Frank Aragona of the Agroinnovations Podcast asks James Howard Kunstler to talk about the role of food in Jim’s post-peak oil novel World Made By Hand. Although the characters in the novel must overcome many obstacles, the food that they eat is more »

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KunstlerCast #64: Contracting Cities & Urban Chickens

Downsizing Big Cities & Urban Agriculture Released: May 14, 2009. James Howard Kunstler talks about two former industrial cities undergoing massive contractions: Flint, Michigan and Youngstown, Ohio . The local governments in both cities have adopted policies to manage the contraction to reduce public safety issues caused by large abandoned areas within their borders. Kunstler more »

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