This week on The Green Woodworker Podcast, we chat with Kyle Stumpenhorst from Rural Renovators. Kyle and his team build some of the best looking post frame buildings in northern Illinois. Kyle is a husband and father of two that decided to take a chance at something he loved doing and make it a business. It was definitely a good move. Have a listen to this episode and learn some of the things Kyle did to create a great business and also learn what keeps him going job after job.
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This week on The Green Woodworker Podcast we speak with Sadie Mae John, The Awesome Orange. Sadie has a tremendous following on Instagram where she shares her rustic modern furniture pieces. Learn how her need for storage lead to what is now a full time business. Sadie offers words of advice to those who wish to get started in making.
Join us now on The Green Woodworker Podcast and get to know Sadie Mae John, The Awesome Orange.
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This week on The Green Woodworker Podcast we speak with Darryl Jones of Dreadknot Workshop. Darryl shares why his first experience with wood turning ended and why it’s more enjoyable the second time around.
We also discuss the challenges of commission work and content creation. Join us now on The Green Woodworker Podcast.
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This week on The Green Woodworker Podcast: If you’ve ever wondered how to get it all done with only 24 hours in day listen in as our guest Matt Plumlee shares his advice
on what it takes to make it happen. Matt is a master of time management. A maker with a large following on Instagram and a YouTube Channel Matt is newly married.
With a full time job, Matt finds the time to make things, maintain a very successful Etsy store, and spend time with his wife. Find out how he does
it all on this episode of The Green Woodworker Podcast.
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This weeks guest on The Green Woodworker Podcast is Philip Morley. Well known in the world of Instagram, Philip shares his motivation for becoming his own boss, how
he balances it all, and gives excellent advice for anyone who would like to get started in the world of wood working. Join us today for this informative conversation
with Philip Morley on The Green Woodworker Podcast.
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And, if you’re out and about be sure to catch up with Philip. Saturday April 22, 10am-6pm & Sunday April 23, 11am-5pm 2017 at the Wimberley Arts Festival. Also, on the weekends of May 6-7 and 13-14 from 10am-6pm at the West Austin Studio Tour at Toomarks ATX.
Philips mentor for 7 years was Michael Colca. Check out his incredible work here.
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Today on The Green Woodworker Podcast, we speak with stay-at-home father by day and aspiring woodturner by night, Braxton Wirthlin. Braxton shares how he found his love of woodworking in high school and continues pursuing that passion today. Braxton is not only known for his woodturning but also has a busy schedule of commission work. Get to know Braxton Wirthlin right now on The Green Woodworker Podcast.
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Today we speak with Shawn Stone, an established YouTuber, husband, and father of three young sons. With his YouTube channel Shawn shares his process with the world. As skilled trades are falling by the wayside in many school systems, Shawn has found a way to bring the woodworking trade to the children of his community. Find out more about Shawn’s dedication to keeping the skill of woodworking alive today on The Green Woodworker Podcast.
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Ryan MacDonald of macnwood is today’s guest on The Green Woodworker Podcast. A rising star on Instagram, Ryan is a Canadian maker with a story of triumph that is sure to inspire. Husband and father of two, Ryan shares his thoughts on what it means to be successful today on TGWPodcast.
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On this episode of The Green Woodworker Podcast we interview Matt Cremona. Well known in the maker community, Matt is passionate about all things wood. From harvesting the timber to building the mill to prepare it for use in his handcrafted pieces, his dedication to his craft is evident.
Once you are introduced to Matt you will see the gifted abilities he has for his passion. Matt shares his knowledge with the maker community through an entertaining and informative YouTube channel and other platforms. Get to know Matt Cremona, husband, father, urban wood master.
Be sure to visit Matt at http://www.mattcremona.com/ where you will find links to all his social media places. Also check him out weekly on http://www.woodtalkshow.com/ with Marc Spagnuolo and Shannon Rogers.
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The Green Woodworker Podcast: Episode 001 Intro
In this episode, I briefly explain what The Green Woodworker Podcast is all about. Please subscribe and leave a five star rating!