We have two podcasts: The Beet Podcast and In Search Of Soil! Here, you can learn about these two truly Epic-level podcasts and how to get them into your podcast feed.
Both podcasts are jam-packed with useful information and gems of garden wisdom that you can use to fuel your own gardening exploits. Our hosts reach out to the best in the industry to do deep dives into everything from horticulture to soil science, sustainable practices to homesteading, and so much more. Let us provide you with some gardening insight that you can use in your own garden!
The Beet began life as the Epic Gardening Podcast, a daily gardening tips and advice show by Kevin Espiritu. It has since grown into the perfect one-stop location for the plant lover, featuring everything from beginner gardeners’ tips to in-depth discussions with industry and science experts. Five days a week, fill your mind with freshly harvested information you can apply to your gardening journey!
With a diverse range of topics, including permaculture, foodscaping, composting, gardening tips for all skill levels, native plant discussions, homesteading skills, and so much more, we’ll open up new horizons for your garden and homestead aspirations, inspire you to greater heights, and share the newest and best discoveries in the gardening world.
If you’re a video podcast fan, you can find The Beet on YouTube. Here, you’ll find video versions of our full-length audio podcasts. We also have short videos providing quick tips from our experts!
But for those who prefer audio-only, we have you covered, too! You’re welcome to listen here in our embedded player, but if you’d like to get episodes in your podcast feed, here’s where to find them:
Explore the mysteries of soil in search of answers that you can use in your garden or farm. Each week features host Diego Footer and a variety of soil scientists and experts sharing their insights into topics like soil science, composting, cover cropping, biochar, no-till, and fungi, among other things!
Currently, In Search Of Soil is on hiatus; it will return in the future. However, the first two seasons are still available to listen to right now!
You’re welcome to listen to the podcast here in our embedded player. But to get them in your feed, subscribe to one of these services:
We would love to hear from you!
If you have an idea for a guest who you’d like to hear featured on the show, a topic suggestion, or have general questions about either of our podcasts, please reach out to us at [email protected]. While we cannot promise that we’ll feature every suggested guest or that we’ll cover every topic, we’ll do our best to ensure you have a continuing source of quality gardening education and entertainment!