The Scott Terry Radio Show and Podcast
Join host Scott M Terry as he and his guests talk about farming, homesteading, permaculture, preparedness, agrarianism, organic agriculture, gardening, pasture management, off-grid living, current events, reformed theology and more. Scott has more than 40 years experience farming, homesteading and living in remote areas. He delivers both unique and practical information from a Christian worldview and perspective.
Wednesday and Friday nights, every week, at 8pm eastern time
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What people are saying about the show….
“…he is like Thoreau’s long headed farmer. He has that unique combination of being well grounded in real world practical skills (he is a full time dairyman, and was once a backcountry trapper in Alaska) but still extremely well read and a careful thinker.”
“My all time favorite agrarian podcast”
~Quinn of Reformation Acres
“This is a must listen to podcast as Scott does not mince words and tells it like it is.”
“Scott Terry’s folksy podcast is a great was to learn practical homesteading skills. Highly recommended!”
“North Country Farmer Podcast is loaded with insights and practical tips on homesteading and smaller scale farming.”
“Scott is a wonderful man with real life information about homesteading, farming, owning cows, making beer or just drinking beer and shooting the breeze! A must listen to show for anyone who wants to get away from it all and build a better life.”
“You certainly will not get this kind of “covenantal agrarian resistance” programming from the mainstream media!”
“I love the show!”
~Wendy from WA
“Thanks for bringing the christian agrarian community together”
” the slowest talking Yankee I ever heard”
“Awesome homesteading show”
“Our whole family really enjoys the thoughtful conversations you have with your guests!”