A conversation with Yanniek Schoonhoven, co-founder of the Regeneration Academy, a physical learning hub and model farm in the South of Spain, about building a space and community to become practitioners, entrepreneurs, innovators and leaders in the field of regenerative agriculture and eco-system restoration, specialized in semi-arid areas.---------------------------------------------------Join our Gumroad community, discover the tiers and benefits on www.gumroad.com/investinginregenag. Support our work:Share itGive a 5-star ratingBuy us a coffee… or a meal! www.Ko-fi.com/regenerativeagriculture----------------------------------------------------How do we expose the next generation of farmers to regenerative agriculture? Why is an 1100-hectare farm in a very high and dry area in one of the most threatened places when it comes to desertification, the perfect location to run and build a Regeneration Academy. A place where we can also expose active senior business leaders to regeneration.More about this episode on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/yanniek-schoonhoven.Find our video course on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/course.----------------------------------------------------The above references an opinion and is for information and educational purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. Seek a duly licensed professional for investment advice. Support the showFeedback, ideas, suggestions? - Twitter @KoenvanSeijen - Get in touch www.investinginregenerativeagriculture.comJoin our newsletter on www.eepurl.com/cxU33P! Support the showThanks for listening and sharing!
A conversation with Stijn Markusse, founder of Boerschappen together with his partner Stéphanie Vellekoop, about distribution, packing boxes, telling amazing stories, paying the farmers' invoices on time, and making sure you also do that in 2-, 5- or 10-years' time so that the farmer can invest in long term regenerative practices.---------------------------------------------------Join our Gumroad community, discover the tiers and benefits on www.gumroad.com/investinginregenag. Support our work:Share itGive a 5-star ratingBuy us a coffee… or a meal! www.Ko-fi.com/regenerativeagriculture----------------------------------------------------More about this episode on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/stijn-markusse.Find our video course on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/course.----------------------------------------------------The above references an opinion and is for information and educational purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. Seek a duly licensed professional for investment advice. Support the showFeedback, ideas, suggestions? - Twitter @KoenvanSeijen - Get in touch www.investinginregenerativeagriculture.comJoin our newsletter on www.eepurl.com/cxU33P! Support the showThanks for listening and sharing!
FULL ARTICLE with article links: https://bit.ly/EGGpricesblog FREE BEGINNER GUIDE to Raising Grassfed Beef: https://bit.ly/GrassfedBeef101 FREE BEGINNER GUIDE TO BROODING LAYER CHICKS: http://bit.ly/babychx Why are egg prices so high in 2023? There are 4 reasons behind high egg prices in 2023. Here is a quick explanation of egg prices in 2023. -the Shepherdess Join my Newsletter: http://bit.ly/ShepherdessNWSLTR EMAIL: shepherdess (at) harmonyfarms.blog ------------------------------------- "Buy me a Coffee" to Support my Channel: https://bit.ly/ShphrdssCOFFEE READ MY BLOG: http://bit.ly/ShepherdessBLOG SHOP MY MERCH: http://bit.ly/ShepherdessMERCH #chickens #farming #eggs Support the show
Liz Carlisle's new book, Healing Grounds: Climate, Justice, and the Deep Roots of Regenerative Farming, is a fascinating exploration of food, agriculture, and cultural traditions of the North American, Mesoamerican, African, and Asian diasporas that have survived against all odds in the United States. Despite brutal social and political oppression, these communities have preserved soil-friendly polyculture techniques and cultural practices, like reciprocity and community participation, which point toward more sustainable and regenerative ways of producing food and of living with one another.
Robby Sansom sees something that many people don't. After building the company EPIC Provisions, an animal-based snack food company, with his lifelong friends Taylor and Katie, Robby has now turned his attention to building a regenerative meat supply chain. He's currently the co-founder and CEO of Force of Nature Meat, which connects regenerative ranchers and farmers with end consumers. The regenerative agriculture movement is in its infancy and Robby and his team are on a mission to connect more people with the highest-quality food sources on the planet. In our discussion, we covered: - Greenwashing 101- Force of Nature's mission- What is regenerative agriculture?- Restoring soil health and human health
Daniel Baryon (@anarkyoutube), Glen Ganaway (@glenganaway), and Jason Snyder (@cognazor) discuss modern day anarchism, how it's informed by complexity science, and how it works as a map for local solutions to a planet wide crisis. About Daniel Baryon Daniel Baryon is an anarchist theorist and organizer. He co-founded Cooperation Tulsa and is a key member of Scissortail Anarchist Organization. He also runs the YouTube channel Anark, where he produces video essays on anarchism and libertarian socialism. About Glen Ganaway Glen considers himself a product of the Military Industrial Complex, The Deep South and the Southern Baptist Church. Today he identifies as an Anarchist. Born in Anchorage, Alaska to a deeply religious family and raised in the gated communities of Navy bases.The 80's found Glen doing sex work and waiting tables to support an injection habit. Glen cleaned up in the 90's and joined the Radical Faeries, a loose knit collection of Pagan Queer Anarchists. He met the love of his life Yolanda, an East Village legendary performance artist in 2004. Glen went on to be ordained an Interfaith Minister and acquire an Integral Mentor Certification and a BS in Healthcare Management, which he uses for UFCW Local 2013. Glen's passions include Advaita-Vedanta, Integral Theory, Anarchism, and Regenerative Agriculture. His next project is a 4.4 Acre Homestead in Vermont. About Jason Snyder Metamodern localist | homesteading, permaculture, bioregional regeneration | meditation, self inquiry, embodied cognition | PhD from Michigan State University, faculty Appalachian State University.
This episode of the Thinking Health Podcast features a great friend of mine, Dr. Anthony Gustin. Dr. Gustin is the founder of Perfect Keto and Equip and is actively building out many different businesses aiming at fixing the food system, improving the health of our society, and correcting the damage that happens to our environment daily. In this episode, we talk about Dr. Gustin's wedding which I had the pleasure of attending. We discussed how this wedding was much different than any wedding I had attended and how important rituals and rights of passage have traditionally been for our society as a whole. We also talk about the benefit of doing hard things. How our society as a whole has become comfortable with being comfortable and is content with not challenging ourselves to get better. We also discuss how this is a big reason why people are unhappy. They are not living in accordance with their human biology and what is necessary for fulfillment and personal growth. Another topic we dive into is the importance of supporting entrepreneurs who have causes that aim to better our world. We discuss one category of these causes, regenerative farming, and how Anthony is hoping to continue helping spread the word on the importance of this movement and help others take action in supporting it. Dr. Gustin has always been a mentor for me and has played a major role in shaping my thought processes and trajectory in life. I think you guys will catch a glimpse of that in this episode and hopefully experience something similar yourselves!
A conversation with Finian Makepeace, Co-Founder & Policy Director of Kiss the Ground, producer of Kiss The Ground the movie and one of the leaders of Regenerate America, about the Farm Bill in the US, subsidy schemes, how to have a meaningful impact and more.---------------------------------------------------Join our Gumroad community, discover the tiers and benefits on www.gumroad.com/investinginregenag. Support our work:Share itGive a 5-star ratingBuy us a coffee… or a meal! www.Ko-fi.com/regenerativeagriculture----------------------------------------------------We don't talk about policy a lot on the podcast because it doesn't seem to be so investable, but it does seem absolutely fundamental because if a subsidy scheme like the Farm Bill or the Common Agriculture Policy in Europe (CAP) or chemical fossil fuel fertiliser subsidies in many places makes the life of regenerative farmers more difficult, it means it is much more difficult to invest in the space and move it forward.More about this episode on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/finian-makepeace.Find our video course on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/course.----------------------------------------------------The above references an opinion and is for information and educational purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. Seek a duly licensed professional for investment advice. Support the showFeedback, ideas, suggestions? - Twitter @KoenvanSeijen - Get in touch www.investinginregenerativeagriculture.comJoin our newsletter on www.eepurl.com/cxU33P! Support the showThanks for listening and sharing!
Join Marty as he sits down with Charles Mayfield to discuss Farrow Skincare, animal vs plant-based fats, and regenerative farming. Follow Charles on Twitter: https://twitter.com/drchuckfit Check out Farrow: https://farrow.life/ 8:02 - Opening riff 11:54 - Intro to Farrow 16:58 - Why lard 20:16 - Making the first Farrow cream 24:35 - Science behind animal based skin products 26:32 - Sunburns and sunscreen 36:00 - Why is skincare important? 38:05 - Perils of mainstream skincare 43:23 - Fossil fuels 47:38 - Regenerative farming 54:30 - Ignoring the nature of complex systems 1:01:44 - Scalability of regenerative farming 1:04:13 - Red tape 1:12:30 - Vilification of healthy food 1:17:53 - Seed oil origins 1:23:01 - The power of marketing 1:24:39 The call of nature 1:26:26 - Catching on to the lies 1:31:44 - Humans have the power to reverse their destruction 1:33:41 - Allan Savory 1:37:13 - Fixing the money 1:41:12 - More mechanics of regen farming 1:48:43 - Respecting the animal 1:51:30 - Plugs 1:53:57 - Adaptability 1:57:34 - Wrapping up Shoutout to our sponsors: Unchained Capital River TFTC Merch is Available: Shop Now Join the TFTC Movement: Main YT Channel Clips YT Channel Website Twitter Instagram Follow Marty Bent: Twitter Newsletter Podcast
Phil Graves is currently the Chief Executive Officer at Wild Idea Buffalo, whose mission is to regenerate the prairie grasslands while improving our environment and food supply by bringing back the buffalo. Before taking the reigns at Wild Idea Buffalo, Phil served as the Chief Sustainability Officer at Bass Pro Shops and as Vice President of Corporate Development at Patagonia, where he launched and oversaw Tin Shed Ventures, a $79 million investment fund. We discuss the current food systems, including the benefits of buffalo meat, what we can do to be more sustainable, and the role of policy in a clean future. This is a must-listen episode for those interested in the intersection of climate, apparel, and food production. Episode Resources:Wild Idea BuffaloUse code FYLP15 for 15% off your first orderLink to purchase:FYLPxWRDSMTH Merch Collaboration*suggestion is to size upDownload this episode of For Your Listening Pleasure wherever you get your podcasts! Make sure you follow us on Instagram @foryourlisteningpleasure Click here to listen to the For Your Listening Pleasure Theme Song Playlist on Spotify.To continue the conversation, feel free to DM me at https://www.instagram.com/foryourlisteningpleasure/ or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Sarah Riedner.For full show notes, including links mentioned in the show, head over to wildrosefarmer.com/166 Sarah Riedner still considers herself a newbie farmer. She and her husband are both first-generation farmers and started officially farming in 2017, although they had been doing urban farming in the backyards of Calgary prior to that. Her farm, Happiness By The Acre, is located just outside of Didsbury, AB on 153 acres of prairie grazing land and riparian areas.Sarah primarily considers herself the "crazy chicken lady", although she has also earned titles of "cow whisperer" over the years. Her farm has a mix of livestock including, pastured laying hens, heritage breed Kunekune pigs, grass-fed steers, and free range ducks. During the summer months, the farm also hosts a herd of cattle from their friend's cow-calf operation.. . .This Week's Discussions:[14:00] Changes to the Land After Starting Rotational Grazing[18:10] Sarah's Learning Resources[26:30] Building a Community[32:30] Mental Health Struggles in Agriculture[42:15] Rapid Fire Questions. . .This week's episode is brought to you byCanada's Agriculture Day . . .Let's get SocialFollow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social MediaInstagram | FacebookSign up to get email updatesJoin our private Facebook group, The Rural Woman Podcast Community Connect with Katelyn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest. . .Support the ShowPatreon | Merch | PayPal | Become a Show SponsorShop our Show SponsorsLeave a Review on Apple Podcasts | Take the Listener SurveyScreenshot this episode and share it on your socials!Tag @TheRuralWomanPodcast + #TheRuralWomanPodcast. . .Meet the TeamAudio Editor | MixBär.Admin Team |
My guest says that regenerative agriculture is built on the philosophy that everything in our environment is interconnected. By looking at their work on the ranch through this lens, they can see how each action they take has the power to improve or diminish the quality of the land they inhabit and utilize.He chooses to employ practices that help nourish, protect, and sustain a healthy and balanced ecosystem, not only for his chickens and his ranch, but for the future of the planet and life.https://bigbluffranch.com/http://www.yourlotandparcel.org
A conversation with Sven Verwiel of ForestFoods, a Kenyan based premium produce brand, about the potential of syntropic agroforestry in Kenya, and what we can learn from the over 40 years of experience in Brazil and what is needed to apply it at scale in the local East African context as well as why is the African continent the crucial and most interesting place to apply regenerative practises.---------------------------------------------------Join our Gumroad community, discover the tiers and benefits on www.gumroad.com/investinginregenag. Support our work:Share itGive a 5-star ratingBuy us a coffee… or a meal! www.Ko-fi.com/regenerativeagriculture----------------------------------------------------More about this episode on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/sven-verwiel.Find our video course on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/course.----------------------------------------------------The above references an opinion and is for information and educational purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. Seek a duly licensed professional for investment advice. Support the showFeedback, ideas, suggestions? - Twitter @KoenvanSeijen - Get in touch www.investinginregenerativeagriculture.comJoin our newsletter on www.eepurl.com/cxU33P! Support the showThanks for listening and sharing!
Happy New Year! Welcome back to Season 2. This year we will be releasing new episodes every OTHER Monday.In this episode, we share with you our new format, a soil health clip from Dr. Jill Clapperton and our feature interview with soil health guru Nicole Masters from New Zealand discussing her great book, For the Love of Soil.In this interview, we cover a wide range of topics from how regenerative farming cuts fertilizer prices for producers to why it is so important for consumers to understand the holistic approach behind creating healthier food vs focusing on the latest hot topic being pushed by activist groups.---About Nicole MastersNicole was born in Auckland, New Zealand – She is an independent agroecologist, systems thinker, author, and educator. Nicole's formal background is in ecology, soil science and organizational learning from Otago and Auckland Universities.She has been providing agricultural consulting and extension services in Regenerative Agriculture since 2003, and is the Director of Integrity Soils Limited.With her team of soil coaches, she works alongside producers in the U.S., Canada and across Australasia. —Support the showBrought to you by the Global Food and Farm Online Community Click here to subscribe on your favorite platform or click here to listen on our website. Support the show through Patreon -- Patreon.com/TastingTerroir
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A conversation with Luni Libes, about the enormous opportunities of African food companies and on buying from smallholder famers and selling into the local regional markets. We also discuss why the traditional venture capital model doesn't make any sense and a holding company does, plus why and how he wants to take the holding company public in a few years' time.---------------------------------------------------Join our Gumroad community, discover the tiers and benefits on www.gumroad.com/investinginregenag. Support our work:Share itGive a 5-star ratingBuy us a coffee… or a meal! www.Ko-fi.com/regenerativeagriculture----------------------------------------------------More about this episode on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/luni-libes.Find our video course on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/course.----------------------------------------------------The above references an opinion and is for information and educational purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. Seek a duly licensed professional for investment advice. Support the showFeedback, ideas, suggestions? - Twitter @KoenvanSeijen - Get in touch www.investinginregenerativeagriculture.comJoin our newsletter on www.eepurl.com/cxU33P! Support the showThanks for listening and sharing!
Chris Kerston is the Co-CEO of Land to Market, the world's first outcomes-based verified regenerative sourcing solution. They support brands and producers who are leading the way in giving the land a voice and working to improve soil health, water, biodiversity and ecosystem function. Chris ranched full time for over 10 years before joining the Savory Institute. With a longstanding passion for regenerative agricultural and better food distribution systems, Chris has dedicated his life to helping connect ranchers with consumers in ways that create synergistic value for both sides. Connect with Land to Market Website | LinkedIn
This episode is part of our Skilled Labor Series hosted by MCJ partner, Yin Lu. This series is focused on amplifying the voices of folks from the skilled labor workforce, including electricians, farmers, ranchers, HVAC installers, and others who are on the front lines of rewiring our infrastructure.Today's guest is Brittany Heller, Director of Program Management at HeatSpring. Last year, we kicked off this series by hearing from a field technician working on the installation side of the solar industry. And while there are many facets to the PV space, we couldn't just end there. Today's guest is a fascinating follow-up from that initial episode because Brittany's background and experience as a female in a male-dominated field highlight a different side of the spectrum. From doing door-to-door to back office sales, solar construction, and most recently workforce development and democratizing training access to get more people working in the solar industry, she has a wealth of knowledge for women who are looking to make the switch and are not sure where to start. We met Brit through the Greenwork platform, and naturally invited our friend Sam Steyer to co-host the conversation. We find out how Brit felt a calling to work on something more meaningful in life and applied for a solar job on a whim, how solar policy shifts uprooted her and her now husband from Louisiana to Colorado, what it's like to transition from doing sales to doing solar construction projects, and the empathy she's built seeing both sides of the house, and ways to create a more inclusive future workforce in the skills trade arena. Enjoy! In this episode, we cover: [3:12] Britt's background and how she found her way into the solar industry[6:47] Her experience with door-to-door sales [8:06] Differences between outside vs inside sales [10:23] The role of policy in Britt's career at Grid Alternatives [14:24] Her experience working in construction [17:00] An overview of Grid Alternatives and the org's revenue model [20:02] Construction skills Britt gained that changed her life [22:00] Learnings from working in both the sales and construction sides [25:48] Inspiring stories from Britt's workforce development chapter at Grid[29:01] Tips for deciding on where people can focus in the skills trade side of climate [30:37] The role of gender and diversity representation in the trades [36:40] How Britt sees her career evolving in the futureGet connected:Yin Twitter / LinkedInBrittany / HeatspringMCJ Podcast / Collective*You can also reach us via email at email@example.com, where we encourage you to share your feedback on episodes and suggestions for future topics or guests.Episode recorded on October 5, 2022.
In this episode we speak with Ryan Anderson from Steward Lending, and Eric Bowman from both the Kohala Center Business Services Team, and Loan Officer for Feed The Hunger Fund, about financial assistance available to and focused on ag producers.Brought to you by University of Hawaii College of Tropical Ag. and Human Resources, and the Seeds of Well-being (SOW) Project. This podcast is supported by the Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network (FRSAN) grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture and Hawaii Department of Agriculture.Associated Links:Steward LendingThe Kohala CenterFeed the Hunger FundKiva MicroloansSlow Money ag loansUSDA ag loans in HawaiiAmerican AgCreditFood and Water Watch article about Iowa pork productionUSDA Pigford CasesOur Podcast with Eric about Kiva, etc.Cognitive ability decreases during weather stressorsFind out more about us: Seeds Of Wellbeing website Seeds of Wellbeing Resource Hub All the SOW links
It's that glorious time of year again, where my content creation morphs into a collection of Top 5 lists that either gives me the chance to highlight key insights from the last year or provides me the opportunity to put my reputation on the line as a forward-leaning CPG strategist and make predictions about the coming year. Believe it or not, this will be my fifth annual list of functional food and beverage trend predictions. For those that are new to my content, I only have one big rule for these annual trend prediction lists. I don't allow carryover predictions from previous years. This makes it more challenging, but also a little strange because trends are typically multiyear in nature…with the strongest ones lasting a decade or more. So, if you have some extra time and want to multiply your insights…I'd suggest checking out my previous annual functional food and beverage trend prediction content pieces because they're still hugely relevant and packed with value. This year's Top 5 functional food and beverage trend predictions is extra special because it's powered by NuLiv Science and their 100% plant-based compound AstraGin…that increases the absorption of many vital nutrients promoting a healthy gut environment. Whether it's a functional food or beverage application, you want your customers absorbing and getting the most out of what they're consuming, right? I know you do…so make sure you check out www.NuLivScience.com to learn more. In no particular order, here are my prediction for the Top 5 Functional Food and Beverage Trends in 2023: 3 Rs Effect (Reshoring, Regenerative Agriculture, and Recycled) Algae (Inside & Out) Confidentially Functional Effect (Affordability & Private Label) Mental Health (Management to Escapism) Old to New Technology...It's All Disruptive FOLLOW ME ON MY SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS LINKEDIN - https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshuaschallmba TWITTER - https://www.twitter.com/joshua_schall INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/joshua_schall FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/jschallconsulting MEDIUM - https://www.medium.com/@joshuaschall
The 200th of this podcast sees Koen van Seijen in conversation with Emma Chow, former head of food at the Ellen MacArthur Foundation.Emma Chow, former head of food at the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, she's back on the podcast to talk about her journey, her burnout, coming back from the Amazon to London and re-engaging with the food space. In a second part of the interview, though, Emma and Koen switch mics with Emma becoming the host and asking Koen about his lessons learned over the past 200 episodes.---------------------------------------------------Join our Gumroad community, discover the tiers and benefits on www.gumroad.com/investinginregenag. Support our work:Share itGive a 5-star ratingBuy us a coffee… or a meal! www.Ko-fi.com/regenerativeagriculture----------------------------------------------------More about this episode on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/emma-chow.Find our video course on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/course.----------------------------------------------------The above references an opinion and is for information and educational purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. Seek a duly licensed professional for investment advice. Support the showFeedback, ideas, suggestions? - Twitter @KoenvanSeijen - Get in touch www.investinginregenerativeagriculture.comJoin our newsletter on www.eepurl.com/cxU33P! Support the showThanks for listening and sharing!
Charlie started his Regenerative Farming journey 15 years ago. Previously he and his family had been farming conventionally on their 5,000-hectare property “Hanaminno” for over 35 years, in an industrial high input/ high output farming business model, heavily reliant on pesticides, herbicides and man-made fertilisers. After a series of epiphanies and through education Charlie found the Regenerative Agriculture movement, a movement which reflected his instinctive connection to the land and his ethos of producing quality food for his family and the world. Today, Hanaminno is managed using organic, biodynamic and holistic grazing principles. Charlie Arnott joins me to discuss one of the most important topics relating to the health of our planet and our own health - regenerative agriculture. We discuss holistic land management and the important role it plays in our environment. We know that nutrient-dense food is important for our health, but so too is the way it is grown. ---- For more on Charlie Arnott, head to his website: https://charliearnott.com.au/ Shownotes are available at ARCHIVE | Charlie Arnott: Dominating or Enabling Nature? ---- Join the Unstress Health Community & Transform Your Life! https://bit.ly/3SRq0gg Connect with Dr Ron at Unstress Health Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unstresshealth/ Facebook: https://fb.me/unstresshealth Email: firstname.lastname@example.org DISCLAIMER: This podcast provides general information and discussion about medicine, health and related subjects. This content is not intended and should not be construed as medical advice or as a substitute for care by a qualified medical practitioner. If you or any other person has a medical concern, he or she should consult with an appropriately qualified medical practitioner. Guests who speak in this podcast express their own opinions, experiences and conclusions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"Buy me a Coffee" to Support the Podcast: https://bit.ly/ShphrdssCOFFEE SHOP MY MERCH: http://bit.ly/ShepherdessMERCHCOST LIST FOR SHEEP FARMING: https://bit.ly/SheepCOSTlist ROTATIONAL GRAZING SUPPLIES LIST: https://bit.ly/GrazingWaterSUPPLIES FREE Sheep Farming E-book: https://bit.ly/SheepEBOOK Join my Newsletter: http://bit.ly/ShepherdessNWSLTR $100K Farm Business Plan: http://bit.ly/farmprofit FOLLOW MY INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/ShepherdessIG Thanks for watching this video on 15 common costs in raising sheep. I want to acknowledge that God gives the increase. We can put a lot of effort into costing and careful planning, but the growth is in His hands. I hope this give you a good idea of costs as a beginner sheep farmer! Keep up the great work, the Shepherdess Support the show
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Justine Berry.Justine is a second-generation cattle rancher in east central Alberta. Along with her parents and her growing family, they raise Black Angus cattle and direct market their natural grass-fed beef. Justine also works part-time as a registered nurse at the local hospital. Justine is passionate about finding a balance between raising beef and babies and, in her spare time, enjoys hosting or attending regenerative agriculture learning opportunities. For full show notes, including links mentioned in the show, head over to wildrosefarmer.com/163. . .This week's episode is brought to you byLiberty Overalls . . .Links to this week's discussions:[5:19] All about Flag Hill Ranch[10:10] What regenerative operation and regenerative agriculture mean to Justine[15:30] Changes Justine has seen to the pasture over the years[24:20] Collaborating and advice to grow your business through collaboration[45:10] Future plans for Flag Hill Ranch[46:50] The most rewarding part of being a rural woman to Justine. . .Let's get SocialFollow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social MediaInstagram | FacebookSign up to get email updatesJoin our private Facebook group, The Rural Woman Podcast Community Connect with Katelyn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest. . .Support the ShowPatreon | Merch | PayPal | Become a Show SponsorShop our Show SponsorsLeave a Review on Apple Podcasts | Take the Listener SurveyScreenshot this episode and share it on your socials!Tag @TheRuralWomanPodcast + #TheRuralWomanPodcast. . .Meet the TeamAudio Editor | MixBär.Admin Team | Kim & Co OnlinePatreon Executive ProducersSarah R. |
As we move from our third to our fourth year, it seemed like a good time to look back on the origins of the whole Accidental Gods project - why and how we started and what our original aims were - and then to look forward to the coming year and what we're focussing on both on the podcast and within the membership. So much has changed even in such a short time. We're all more aware than ever of the tipping points around us, but also more aware of what we can do, of the many, many roles that are here to be filled by people who have time and energy and commitment to give to transforming the future. So this is a paean to possibility and a thank you to all who have been part of the journey this far. Upstream podcast with Della Duncan https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/upstream/id1082594532The Hive podcast with Nathalie Nahai https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-hive-podcast/id1387510537Richard Bartlett's blog: http://richdecibels.com/Simon MIchaux https://www.simonmichaux.com/Accidental Gods Gatherings https://accidentalgods.life/gatherings-2022/Accidental Gods Membership: https://accidentalgods.life/
Regeneration is fundamentally about regenerating relationships, whether that's regenerating relationships between plants and their soil microbiome, whether it's regenerating relationships between livestock and the landscape, regenerating relationships between people who manage the farm and the community, whatever it might be. It's fundamentally about regenerating relationships. ---------- Who is John Kempf? John Kempf is the founder of Advancing Eco Agriculture, a regenerative agronomy consulting company, and KindHarvest.ag, an agriculture social network. John is the host of the Regenerative Agriculture podcast, and is known for developing crop nutrition management systems that increase yields and profitability while reducing the need for fertilizers and pesticides. ---------- Website : advancingecoag.com Facebook: facebook.com/advancingecoag Instagram: instagram.com/advancingecoag/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AdvancingEcoAg LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/advancing-eco-agriculture/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@AdvancingEcoAgriculture Buy Our Merch: https://secretsofthesoil.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wow! What a year it has been. Just when you thought things couldn't get any crazier we find ourselves in a war in Europe, crazy energy and food prices and extreme high inflation rates in general. In an ideal world farms applying regenerative practises are more resilient, but as we saw with the story of Josh Heyneke, founder of Parc Carreg, farms can get into trouble very quickly when input prices spike (in this case organic grain from Ukraine to feed the ducks). It seems like Josh and his partner Abigail will make it through the winter and are building hard on their more resilient future, which will include climate neutral eggs!The most important storyHealthy soil equals healthy food equals healthy people is arguably the most important story we shared in 2022. We kicked off this new Nutrient Density in Food series unpacking this crucial piece of the puzzle (supported by the A Team Foundation who is looking to make investments and donations in the space).We interviewed Anne Biklé and David R Montgomery who not only co authored the study “Soil health and nutrient density: preliminary comparison of regenerative and conventional farming”, but also wrote the book What your food ate. if you haven't read it please do it asap and give it to anyone interested in health! Interviews with Fred Provenza and Zuzanna Zielińska really showed how strong this connection is. We look forward to continue this series in 2023.REQUEST: If you have people we should interview that are building companies in the food- from healthy soils- as medicine space, please let us know!Farmers' Philosophy Series and Video! There is so much more we can learn from the key decision makers of our time, farmers than soil health and this deserves time and space. Following the legends in the podcasting world, we couldn't stay behind :) and in November we recorded our first video interview.Together with regenerative farmer and pioneer Jeroen Klompe we sat down and took time to go deep. We covered a lot of ground while really enjoying the process. Let us know in the comments what you think! Going deeperThe video episode wasn't the only place where we went deeper. Non other than Charles Eisenstein joined us for a deep conversation! With Thomas Hogenhaven of Planetary Impact Ventures, we discussed regenerative investing, while with Kiss the Ground... Read more Support the showFeedback, ideas, suggestions? - Twitter @KoenvanSeijen - Get in touch www.investinginregenerativeagriculture.comJoin our newsletter on www.eepurl.com/cxU33P! Support the showThanks for listening and sharing!
The climate crisis is real, and we are now only several harvests away from famine and starvation. But what if there was a solution that already exists to help save the earth and its people? Here to discuss regeneration is John Roulac. John is a hemp innovator, serial entrepreneur, investor, philanthropist, writer, and champion of regenerative agriculture. He was also the founder of organic superfoods brand Nutiva. In this episode, he joins Corinna Bellizzi to share his mission leading a movement toward organic regenerative farming and healthier soils. John talks about helping local farmers, fostering regeneration communities, and promoting agroforestry and food forests as a means to revive barren land. All these contribute to the goal of revolutionizing how the world eats and hopefully saving the planet. Be inspired to do your part with the incredible information from this episode and learn consumer practices that will help support the cause. Key takeaways from this episode:- The importance of soil health- The profound impact of organic regenerative farming- How to grow water and regenerate the earth- The benefits of food forests- How to empower farmers through regenerative farming Guest Social Links:https://johnroulac.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnroulac/ https://www.instagram.com/johnroulac/ https://kissthegroundmovie.com/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFbZRbl5_AC7FMt2ByzhXTQLove the show? Subscribe, rate, review, & share! https://caremorebebetter.com Follow us on social and join the conversation! YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/caremorebebetter Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/CareMore.BeBetter/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CareMoreBeBetter LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/care-more-be-better Twitter: https://twitter.com/caremorebebetter Clubhouse: https://www.clubhouse.com/club/care-more-be-better Support Care More. Be Better: A Social Impact + Sustainability PodcastCare More Be Better answers only to our collective conscience and aims to put more good into the world. As a listener, reader, and subscriber you are part of this pod and this community and we are honored to have your support. If you can, please help finance the show: https://caremorebebetter.com/donate.
Click Play for 13 minutes of Active Hope to hearten you today, in the latest news episode of Turning Season Podcast. Hear about:the work of a young refugee in Uganda named Irenge Mudekuza Gloire, founder of Plethora Social Initiative, teaching permaculture and regenerative agriculture to fellow refugees and host communitiesFossil Free Research campaigns to get universities to break ties with oil and gas companies - and never let them fund research on climate, energy, or environmental studiesand the Declaration of Revolutionary Love, written by civil rights leader and visionary Valarie KaurTurning Season Podcast is here to bring you news and deep conversations about our adventure toward a life-honoring, life-sustaining way of being human on Earth. This show is for every one of you who's awake to our multiple crises, feels your love for life on Earth, and chooses to participate in cultivating ways of life we can believe in, making a life-honoring present even in the face of an uncertain future.Hosted by Leilani Navar, acupuncturist, dreamworker, and facilitator of the Work that Reconnects.Free workshop January 10: Keeping it Moving: Practical Wisdom from Chinese Medicine and Deep Ecology on Your Emotions, Your Health, and the State of Our WorldShow notes: turningseason.com/episode26
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A conversation with Eric Archambeau, co-founder of Astanor Ventures, about the early-stage space slowly getting crowded, the enormous influx of talent focussing on food, agriculture and soil, health care costs, AI/ machine learning, the computational power and the future of regenerative agriculture.---------------------------------------------------Join our Gumroad community, discover the tiers and benefits on www.gumroad.com/investinginregenag. Support our work:Share itGive a 5-star ratingBuy us a coffee… or a meal! www.Ko-fi.com/regenerativeagriculture----------------------------------------------------We talk about it at conferences and discuss it over coffee: we should get institutional investors (the pension funds, insurance companies, and very large asset managers) investing in the space. But very few people have actually raised from these players and thought about their role. Who can write $100M checks to give the scale-ups in the regenerative agriculture and food tech space the time to grow? Why now is the moment for regenerative food and agriculture (as health care costs are getting out of control, institutional players are forced to invest in impact, technology and raw computational power make almost magic possible)?More about this episode on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/eric-archambeau.Find our video course on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/course.----------------------------------------------------The above references an opinion and is for information and educational purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. Seek a duly licensed professional for investment advice. Support the showFeedback, ideas, suggestions? - Twitter @KoenvanSeijen - Get in touch www.investinginregenerativeagriculture.comJoin our newsletter on www.eepurl.com/cxU33P! Support the showThanks for listening and sharing!
Today's Tactical Tuesday gives you an overview of regenerative energy — a transformative new standard of excellence for solar power plant design, construction, and operations that normalizes regenerative agriculture practices on solar farm sites. "If you've never heard about the amazing potential of regenerative agriculture and land use practices to naturally sequester a critical mass of CO2 in the soil and forests, you're not alone. One of the best-kept secrets in the world today is that the solution to global warming and the climate crisis (as well as poverty and deteriorating public health) lies right under our feet, and at the end of our knives and forks." - Ronnie Cummins, Regeneration International Steering Committee MemberOur guest today, Michael Baute, believes in the power of Regenerative Agriculture to help ensure solar farms care for the arable land and communities where they reside. Solar occupies the property on which it's built for upwards of 25 or more years, and Michael realized from his training in sustainable agriculture the possibility to utilize that land not just to avoid generating power from fossil fuels but to actually sequester CO2, thus giving the asset double duty! Now Michael, Vice President of Regenerative Energy & Carbon Removal at Nashville-based Silicon Ranch, is helping one of the country's largest independent solar power producers provide not just clean energy, but carbon negative solutions. Founded in 2011, Silicon Ranch Corporation (SRC) provides customized renewable energy, carbon, and battery storage solutions to various partners in the U.S. and Canada. Its portfolio includes more than 4 gigawatts of solar and battery storage systems contracted, under construction, or operating. We covered the amazing trajectory of SRC through the story of one co-founder, Reagan Farr, back in Episode 399 of SunCast.Silicon Ranch pioneered utility-scale solar in the Tennessee Valley and has continued as the region's market leader through 35 operating facilities. It owns and operates all projects in its portfolio and promotes a holistic approach to land management. Michael tells us how Silicon Ranch co-locates clean electricity generation and regenerative agriculture to provide further environmental, economic, and community benefits.Silicon Ranch trademarked its co-location process as Regenerative Energy™, and Michael shares how this creates added value for its customers and communities, as well as how they have decided to share their strategies and processes so more developers can adopt these practices.. Join us for a fascinating conversation.If you want to connect with today's guest, you'll find links to his contact info in the show notes on the blog.SunCast is presented by Sungrow, the world's most bankable inverter brand.You can learn more about all the sponsors who help make this show free for you here: www.mysuncast.com/sponsors.Remember, you can always find the resources and learn more about today's guest, recommendations, book links, and more than 552 other founder stories and startup advice at www.mysuncast.com.You can connect with me, Nico Johnson, on Twitter, LinkedIn or by
Perennial crop farms and regenerative agriculture in many ways overlaps with Opportunity Zones, creating a positive financial benefit for investors, as well as a positive environmental impact. Kevin Maher, founder of CrannMor Advisors, joins the show to discuss how his group is utilizing Opportunity Zones to raise equity for their regenerative farming operations in upstate New York. Show notes: https://opportunitydb.com/2022/12/kevin-maher-238/
In todays episode we head to Santa Agnes de Corona to stand amongst the Almond trees and chat about a new project created by Regenerative Agriculture farmer Christian Jochnick. Using the ancient practice of Biochar In regenerative agriculture is not new, but for an island short of water it is a perfect solution. Christian tells us that we have an opportunity to turn one of the greatest threats to the climate and biodiversity into one of the greatest solutions. The Co founder of Juntos Farm explains how they are joining this mission with an ambitious goal to build a community-based hub for regenerative agriculture in Ibiza and why regeneration is so important not just on Ibiza but globally. https://www.juntosibiza.com
In this episode we explore the circular economy – a first time subject for Voices of Nature – and talk about how a circular innovation mindset creates new regenerative models – such as the work of the Sandown Centre for Regenerative Agriculture - where Lindsey is the co-founder and Board President. As the Sandown Centre explains, “Regenerative Agriculture is perhaps best described as Feeding the Land so the Land can Feed Us.” Lindsey shares with us how responsible farming practices can restore the health of soil and ecosystems so important to growing crops we need to feed ourselves. Lindsey then explains the connection between regenerative agriculture and the economic model of the future - the circular economy.
“The foundation of all that we are is food and water." -Mollie Engelhart We're used to the idea that we live in a time for sustainability. While "sustainable" agriculture has certainly played its part in making us more aware of the impact of our actions on the environment, it hasn't done much to actually improve the situation. And with climate change getting worse every day, it's clear that something needs to change. We need to stop obsessing over how much food we grow and start paying attention to how much food we regenerate. Regenerative agriculture can strengthen our food system beyond the "sustainable" level and help us fulfill our role as stewards of the land. In this episode, Justine sits with Mollie Engelhart, the Executive Chef at Sage Plant Based Bistro and Brewery. Working in the kitchen for so long has helped Mollie to see how much food waste is affecting the environment. Although she was doing her part to solve this, she knew she can do more. That's when Sow a Heart was born, an organic farm that focuses on regenerative agriculture. All the food waste from their restaurants and others were brought to the farm to help regenerate soil health, in turn, giving them more nutrient-dense produce. But the farm was not only used to grow crops, Mollie's heart also inclined her to build a sanctuary for rescued animals. Listen in as Justine and Mollie talk about how much greenhouse gas is produced from food waste, how regenerative farming is helping the environment and humans thrive, the qualities of a successful entrepreneur, why we should not be afraid to fail, and how much work is needed to succeed. Meet Mollie: Plant-based Chef, Mollie Engelhart and her husband own Sow a Heart, a 17-acre organic farm that supports regenerative agriculture and takes care of rescue animals. Besides running farm operations, Mollie and her husband also manage their plant-based restaurant, Sage Plant Based Bistro and Brewery. Mollie is also a board member of Kiss the Ground, the award-winning producer of “May I Be Frank”, a freedom fighter, and a mother of 3. Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn YouTube Connect with Sow A Heart: Website Facebook Instagram Connect with Sage Plant Based Bistro and Brewery: Website Facebook Instagram Connect with NextGen Purpose: Website Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube Episode Highlights: 01:01 Food Waste and Greenhouse Gases 04:05 This is No Longer About Sustainability 08:02 Not Afraid to Fail 11:06 Success is Work
Michael Kinsey owner of Reverent Wild Ranch joins The Weight Room. He shares his knowledge and experience of being in regenerative agriculture, what it is, why beneficial to the earth, humans, and animals, answers the question of feeding the world, and talks about the commodity agriculture system and how it's not sustainable. We talk about the politics and big business that is involved in agriculure and how it effects the economy, the supply chain issues, our health, as well as rural and non-rural Americans. This conversation and topic is important to the future of our country, the future of our food, and the future of our land. He shares his reasoning why decentralization of agriculture would be beneficial. One of the strongest points he makes on this podcast is that we vote with our dollars. We must begin supporting business that is about the benefit of everyone and everything involved. Find us on IG @theweightroompodcast @reverentwildranch and on YouTube @reverentwildranch6507 Check out their site: https://www.reverentwildranch.com/ SPONSORS: SMOKIN GUN COFFEE: https://smokinguncoffee.com/ USE CODE TWR10 FOR 10% OFF YOUR ORDER Fountain TRT $1 Evaluation: http://trtevaluation.com/wr MYB Apparel: Use code TWR20 for 20% off your first order. https://mybapparel.com/ Use CBD? Support The Weight Room with code TWR15 and get 15% off: https://www.purespectrumcbd.com/ MERCH HERE: https://www.weightroompodcast.com/ SUBSCRIBE to The Weight Room on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! The Weight Room on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdnZ... The Weight Room on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... The Weight Room on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4agELk0... Sign up for The Weight Room Newsletter: https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/s... NEW EPISODES EVERY MONDAY AND THURSDAY Thanks for all your support and if you have any questions, thoughts, or concerns please message @theweightroompodcast on Instagram or email email@example.com
A conversation between Koen van Seijen, host of the Investing in Regenerative Agriculture and Food podcast, and Jeroen Klompe, farmer and owner of Klompe Landbouw. We can learn so much more from farmers than how to restore soil. Regeneration goes much further and deeper. That's why this is the first episode of the Farmers' Philosophy series, where we make time with farmers who are pushing the boundaries of regenerative agriculture, we sit down with them and take time to to explore more than soil health. The video version of the conversation is on YouTube. Film and edit by Caspar Daniël Diederik of Storytravelers.---------------------------------Join our Gumroad community, discover the tiers and benefits on www.gumroad.com/investinginregenag. Support our work:Share itGive a 5-star ratingBuy us a coffee… or a meal! www.Ko-fi.com/regenerativeagriculture----------------------------------------------------More about this episode on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/farmers-philosophy-klompe/.Find our video course on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/course.----------------------------------------------------The above references an opinion and is for information and educational purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. Seek a duly licensed professional for investment advice. Support the showFeedback, ideas, suggestions? - Twitter @KoenvanSeijen - Get in touch www.investinginregenerativeagriculture.comJoin our newsletter on www.eepurl.com/cxU33P! Support the showThanks for listening and sharing!
MY next guest here on DITD is Ellie Coffey who, like me has been interested in gardening since she was a child. She has been a master gardener since 2010 and currently she is on the board of directors at the Westerly Armory in Westerly, Rhode Island. The organization was looking for new ideas and Ellie suggested a get-together for farmers and people who are interested in gardening and farming and healthy eating. Hence… there is now the upcoming event in January called the Regenerative Agriculture Weekend. There is a great line-up of speakers, many who have been guests here on DITD. She is here today to talk about the event she is organize called The regen Ag Weekend
Carolyn Wingate refers to herself as a corporate dropout, but did so to pursue starting her own business, Win Biologics. We really enjoyed our conversation and appreciate how she "breaks the mold" and chose to bring products to the market that she believes in bringing agronomic value to the customers she serves. She is also a Regenerative Agriculture advocate and we go in depth on what that means to her, which gives us a much better understanding of the practice. Some cool things to note: Russel Hedrick, a North Carolina farmer broke the national corn yield @459.51 bu/acre. He uses some of Win Biologics products. Click Here for the articleRegen Ag Lab that Carolyn MentionsRegen Ag Events that will be held this winter conference season. Carolyn will also be attending these
GET TRANSCRIPT AND FULL SHOWNOTES: melanieavalon.com/regenerativepastures 2:35 - IF Biohackers: Intermittent Fasting + Real Foods + Life: Join Melanie's Facebook Group At Facebook.com/groups/paleoOMAD For A Weekly Episode GIVEAWAY, And To Discuss And Learn About All Things Biohacking! All Conversations Welcome! 2:50 - Follow Melanie On Instagram To See The Latest Moments, Products, And #AllTheThings! @MelanieAvalon 3:35 - AVALONX BERBERINE: This Natural, Potent Anti-Inflammatory Plant Alkaloid Reduces Blood Sugar And Blood Lipids, Aids Weight Loss, Supports A Healthy Body Composition, Stimulates AMPK And Autophagy, Benefits Gut Bacteria And GI Health, And More! Stock Up During The Launch Special From 12/16/22-12/31/22! AvalonX Supplements Are Free Of Toxic Fillers And Common Allergens (Including Wheat, Rice, Gluten, Dairy, Shellfish, Nuts, Soy, Eggs, And Yeast), Tested To Be Free Of Heavy Metals And Mold, And Triple Tested For Purity And Potency. Get On The Email List To Stay Up To Date With All The Special Offers And News About Melanie's New Supplements At avalonx.us/emaillist! Thru Cyber Monday Get 15% Off $50 Or More And 20% Off $120 Or More At avalonx.us And mdlogichealth.com! Text AVALONX To 877-861-8318 For A One Time 20% Off Code for avalonx.us 7:30 - FOOD SENSE GUIDE: Get Melanie's App At Melanieavalon.com/foodsenseguide To Tackle Your Food Sensitivities! Food Sense Includes A Searchable Catalogue Of 300+ Foods, Revealing Their Gluten, FODMAP, Lectin, Histamine, Amine, Glutamate, Oxalate, Salicylate, Sulfite, And Thiol Status. Food Sense Also Includes Compound Overviews, Reactions To Look For, Lists Of Foods High And Low In Them, The Ability To Create Your Own Personal Lists, And More! 8:00 - BEAUTYCOUNTER: Non-Toxic Beauty Products Tested For Heavy Metals, Which Support Skin Health And Look Amazing! Shop At beautycounter.com/melanieavalon For Something Magical! For Exclusive Offers And Discounts, And More On The Science Of Skincare, Get On Melanie's Private Beautycounter Email List At Melanieavalon.Com/Cleanbeauty Or Text BEAUTYCOUNTER To 877-861-8318! Find Your Perfect Beautycounter Products With Melanie's Quiz: melanieavalon.com/beautycounterquiz 12:30 - Janna And Evan's Beginnings 16:45 - Janna's Cancer Diagnosis 17:55 - Are Modern Agricultural Processes Necessary? 20:45 - What Is Regenerative Agriculture? 25:45 - Do We Have Enough Space To Pasture Enough Animals? 28:15 - What Is AUM Based On? 30:50 - The State Of Our Topsoil 32:30 - Can We Restore The Topsoil With Any Technology? 34:00 - What About Greenhouses Or Reintroducing Nutrients To The Soil? 35:15 - Food Waste 36:20 - FEALS: Feals Makes CBD Oil Which Satisfies ALL Of Melanie's Stringent Criteria - It's Premium, Full Spectrum, Organic, Tested, Pure CBD In MCT Oil! It's Delivered Directly To Your Doorstep. CBD Supports The Body's Natural Cannabinoid System, And Can Address An Array Of Issues, From Sleep To Stress To Chronic Pain, And More! Go To feals.com/melanieavalon To Become A Member And Get 40% Off Your First 3 Months, With Free Shipping! 39:00 - Planning Food Systems On Another Planet 42:00 - The Morality Of Eating Living Creatures 45:35 - The Backlash On Social Media 48:15 - Is It Possible To Get Enough Protein As A Vegan? 50:50 - Nutritional Profile Of Feed Lot Animals Vs Grass Fed 52:30 - Omega-6 To Omega-3 Ratios In Meat 57:10 - Fish And Toxins 58:35 - Detoxing Mercury 1:01:05 - Cryotherapy And Ice Baths 1:01:04 - Toxins In Conventionally Raised Livestock 1:07:30 - Methods To Reducing Stress Of The Animals 1:12:00 - Do Livestock Have Better Lives Then If They Were Wild? 1:15:25 - What Happens During Processing? 1:16:35 - The Natural Circle Of Life 1:19:30 - Food Labeling 1:22:45 - The Role Of Large Industry In Agriculture 1:25:20 - Shopping Local 1:26:30 - Agricultural Subsidies 1:28:00 - BLISSY: Get Cooling, Comfortable, Sustainable Silk Pillowcases To Revolutionize Your Sleep, Skin, And Hair! Once You Get Silk Pillowcases, You Will Never Look Back! Get Blissy In Tons Of Colors, And Risk-Free For 60 Nights, At Blissy.Com/Melanieavalon, With The Code Melanieavalon For 30% Off! 1:31:30 - The Inedible Offal 1:33:15 - The Carbon Problem And Greenhouse Gases 1:37:30 - Reversing Climate Change 1:39:30 - Impossible Meat 1:41:00 - Evan And Janna's Businesses 1:44:15 - The Mental Health And Wellness Of The Ranchers 1:46:40 - What Evan And Janna's Cows Eat 1:47:15 - Wagyu Beef 1:48:45 - Ground Beef 1:50:15 - Beef Heart 1:50:30 - Organ Jerky 1:53:10 - Oxtail 1:55:30 - Why Don't We Crave Organ Meats? Go To regenerativefarms.com To Get 40% Off Your First Box And Ground Beef For Life With The Coupon Code MELANIEAVALON!
Edwin Blosser is the owner of Midwest Bio Systems which makes Aeromaster composting equipment as well as provides education and reccomendations to farmers. Edwin joins us to discuss his learning curve into regenerative farming, what he's learned through that process and some of his key observations that hold farms back. Back to the Roots is sponsored by SoilBiotics and Byron Seeds.
In this preview episode of our new show - The Profitable Mini-Farm - farmer Jodi Roebuck @roebuckfarm discusses where John Jeavon's biointensive gardening and market farming come together. Check out the first episode of the new show next week. Jodi Roebuck, a world-renowned contemporary market gardener, uses traditional + sustainable practices to be at the forefront of the profitable, small-scale local food movement. Having clocked into his third decade in the field of championing local, sustainable food production, Jodi's work is based alongside the work of peers Curtis Stone (The Urban Farmer) and Jean-Martin Fortier (The Market Gardener). His commitment to Regenerative Agriculture has cemented long-term relationships with many of the world's leading sustainable food production figures, shaping the direction of Roebuck Farm and influencing growers around the globe Learn more about Jodi: https://www.roebuckfarm.com/ @roebuckfarm Increase farm efficiency with the Paperpot Transplanter and Other Small Farm Equipment at https://www.paperpot.co/ Follow Diego on IG https://instagram.com/diegofooter Follow PaperpotCo on IG https://instagram.com/paperpot Get high-quality farm tools in Australia and New Zealand at https://www.activevista.com.au/
Taylor Collins and his wife Katie, founders of EPIC Provisions, discuss their journey from being vegetarian endurance athletes to creating a meat-based protein bar and how they eventually started their own regenerative agriculture farm. When you tune into this episode, you'll also hear how their regenerative ag practices are transforming ecosystems, why they don't operate with a business plan and what they do instead, and what it's like to raise two daughters on the farm. Katie and Taylor also share with Dr. Anthony Gustin what the next five years look like for them and how this incredible journey has changed their entire outlook. If you're not familiar with Katie and Taylor Collins, they're the husband and wife duo behind EPIC Provisions, a high-protein, all-meat snack and the farmers and Founders behind Roam Ranch, a regenerative agriculture farm in Texas that aims to produce nourishing meat and heal ecosystems. In this episode, you'll hear about the following topics: Taylor and Katie's background and how they became first generation ranchers What they've noticed since reconnecting with the land Taylor and Katie's health journey from following dietary norms and doing endurance races to experiencing inflammation and joint pain and how they healed themselves How their company EPIC Provisions came about How Taylor and Katie operated without a business plan and what that looked like How Taylor and Katie brought a baron piece of farmland in Texas back to life What's destroying our land and what can be done to fix things Is it necessary to eat animals to restore natural resources? Seeing life as a transfer of energy How consumers yield the power for changing the health of our planet How a dried out creek on their property was transformed into its former flowing glory thanks to their regenerative agriculture practices How plant species have dramatically changed on their farm How the insects fared on their farm using their regenerative ag practices What the next five years look like for Taylor and Katie Mentioned in This Episode Katie and Taylor Collins' Epic Provisions website Katie and Taylor's Roam Ranch website Katie and Taylor Collins' Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube channel Allan Savory's TedTalk, How to fight desertification and reverse climate change
What does the health of soil have to do with our health? How do we make choices that help heal the land if we're not farmers? And is "regenerative agriculture" just a trendy term or is there substance and merit to it? Robby Sansom is the co-founder and CEO of Force of Nature. Today he goes over key components of regenerative agriculture and the difference it makes for the health of the planet and those populating it. Robby discusses the five principles of soil health and contrasts them with how the soil is treated in the conventional agricultural model. He shares startling statistics: how 80% of our food has lost its nutritional value and how the United Nations has said there are only 60 years of food production left. He covers the implications of these numbers, and he explains how these make the regenerative agriculture movement more critical than ever. Check out the forceofnature.com website Become a member of the Weston A. Price Foundation See our sponsors: Redmond Real Salt, Marithyme Seafood Company, Optimal Carnivore
Themes: Health, Sustainability, Permaculture, Regenerative Agriculture, Nutrition, Food Systems Summary: Is Glyphosate really that bad? Does buying local produce actually make a difference? Why should we care about soil — it's just dirt, right? WRONG! So pumped to bring you this conversation with environmental filmmaker, citizen journalist, and musical activist, Rob Herring. Rob is the director and producer of the award-winning film The Need to GROW, which explores the opportunity we have to help regenerate our planet's dying soils and participate in the restoration of earth. Join us for a fascinating chat on the importance of restoring our connection to nature, rethinking our food system and regenerating our most precious natural resource: soil. Discover: Why using the herbicide Glyphosate has become common-practice for farmers around the world and its detrimental effects on our soil, food and health Why soil biodiversity is so freaking important and why we should care as consumers What regenerative agriculture is and why it's the key to a healthy planet and people The simplest and most powerful steps you can take to mitigate the effects of destructive/conventional agricultural practices on your health and that of the environment The health benefits of gardening, getting your hands dirty and eating fresh food 00:00 Intro 00:36 The Need to GROW 08:07 Why destructive agriculture is the norm 23:42 How you can help 31:15 Connecting with nature and the positive health effects 40:17 The environmental cost of corruption 48:56 What could happen if we let nature regenerate 52:03 Returning to nature Links: Watch this episode on Youtube Watch The Need to GROW for free here! Farmacy of Light | farmacyoflight.com Earth Conscious Life | EarthConsciousLife.org Tip News | Tip.News Make Soil | makesoil.org This Is Your Brain on Food by Dr Uma Naidoo The Biggest Little Farm Documentary Sponsors: ION* | Use code CREATETHELOVE for 15% off sitewide at intelligenceofnature.com (Offer only available to US based residents. Coupon applies to all one-time purchases, excludes bundles and subscription purchases) Cured Nutrition | Use code CREATETHELOVE for 20% all products at curednutrition.com/createthelove Create the Love Cards | Use code CTLCARDS15 for 15% off at createthelove.com/cards See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.