Nov 13, 2021
In this episode, Brandon
talks with Daniel Firth Griffith of the Robinia Institute
Conversationalist Webinar Series. The topics discussed range from descaling
agriculture to Aristotle.
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- Our move to Oklahoma,
Conversationalist Webinar Series, 7:07
- Pursuing a philosophical
- Regionally specific habits,
The PNW has no ham curing traditions, 25:56
- Descaling agriculture,
The high demand for butchery in every state,
Transparency of slaughter, 43:10
- What does it mean to be a
good slaughterman, 47:18
- Liberating the harvest,
- Descaling all the way back
to the family farm, 57:07
Carry all the responsibility yourself vs. dependence,
- Where can people learn more
about harvesting livestock, 1:03:18
- Yearn for tradition in
building, etc, 1:06:28
- Forming dependence,
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“An agriculture using
nature…as its measure would approach the world in the manner of
a conversationalist. It would not impose its vision and its demands upon a
world that it conceives of as a stockpile of raw materials. …Now we
must think of marriage.”