Online: John Jeavons is featured on WHYY’s “The Pulse”
Listen to Grant Hill’s piece on Biointensive and food security amid the pandemic “Can coronavirus “Victory Gardens” quell post-pandemic hunger?” On The Pulse, a weekly health and science podcast from WHYY in Philadelphia.
John Jeavons is featured on TUC Radio
John Jeavons was featured as a part of a TUC Radio mini series on Soil,
a response to the devastating forest fires in California in 2018, in this episode called Soul of Soil.
John Jeavons is featured in SFGate
San Francisco Chronicle’s online magazine, February 2013 issue,
in the article Three Ways to Improve Soil for Spring
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John Jeavons is featured in the Authors@Google series!
John Jeavons spoke at Google in Mountain View on April 12, 2012
about his four decades pioneering biointensive farming
and what we can do for food security in the future.
You can watch the video of John’s talk here:
“Very compelling vision, really makes me want to try some farming!”
-comment from a YouTube viewer
John Jeavons is featured in Acres USA Magazine
December 2011 issue, in the article Still Growing Strong!
John Jeavons Radio Interview
Backcountry Radio Network presents a
4-part series of interviews with John Jeavons.
It’s on the web at backcountrynetwork.blogspot.com
in the April 18-22, 2011 Drivetime Audio Segments section, tracks 2-5.
John Jeavons is featured in Ode Magazine,
March 2010 issue, in the article The Joy of Dirt!
John Jeavons’ March 2010 interview with the PlanterTomato Blog:
“John, one of the questions I asked you was why Biointensive farming is so productive and successful. The answer you gave me was the best description of why natural methods of farming works I’ve heard. It is a real eye opener for anyone who has not considered natural methods and I think people will really enjoy it.”
-Mark Delman, author of the PlanterTomato Blog,
on his interview with John Jeavons.
John Jeavons is featured in the Premiere 2009 issue of Urban Farm,
in the article Back to Basics!
(out of print)