The Parables of Eloheh Farm with Dr. Randy Woodley (Bonus Episode!)

The Parables of Eloheh Farm with Dr. Randy Woodley (Bonus Episode!)

It's true! RePlacing Church is now on Patreon, which means you can partner with this podcast so that I can continue to offer quality content and insightful interviews that will help you grow in your faith and practice!

You can become a RePlacing Church Patron for as little as $1/month and receive access to bonus podcast episodes, blog posts and exclusive content – starting with a bonus podcast episode, “The Parables of Eloheh Farm with Randy Woodley.”

In this Patron-only episode of RePlacing Church, Randy Woodley (see also episode 77) gives my daughter Evie and me a tour of Eloheh Farm, a permaculture, regenerative teaching farm, school and community in Newberg, Oregon where he is co-sustainer with his wife, Edith.

In this unedited episode (except for a REALLY loud, terrifying dog bark that I cut out), Randy walks us around the farm to introduce us to the vision of Eloheh, tell us about the plants they're growing, and share farming/gardening practices. Randy is a consummate storyteller, so as you listen to him talk about fascinating things like mycelium, the “three sisters” indigenous farming practice, soil composition, pairs of Great Pyrenees, 800 year-old squash seeds, “volunteer” plants and much more, you'll find yourself being transformed by the Parables of Eloheh Farm. Enjoy!

Click the “Become a Patron” button below to get access to this bonus episode today!

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Episode Song Credits: “Another Wrong to Right” and “You Won't Walk Alone” by Mercir. “Closed” by Zadok Wartes. Used with Permission. Production Assistance by Nate Tubbs.

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