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Latest podcast episodes about regenerative farming

The Shepherdess
HOW TO BUILD PASTURE FROM ZERO | Row Crop to Grazing Land with Black Swamp Cattle

The Shepherdess

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 47:25


BEFORE AND AFTER PICSSmall Farmer Virtual MeetupBuy me a CoffeeIn this episode I talk to Ethon at Black Swamp Cattle about how he took his family's worn out row crop land and converted it into fertile grazing land for a small cow-calf operation.I hope you enjoy the episode!the ShepherdessSupport the show

BLISTER Podcast
Mountain Towns & Local Food Systems, Pt. 4: The Good Food Collective

BLISTER Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 67:56


For the final installment of our Mountain Towns & Local Food Systems series, Kara Williard talks to Rachel Landis, Executive Director of the Good Food Collective in Durango, CO. Rachel discusses why she left a career of guiding and ski patrol to be the ultimate facilitator of local food systems; they nail down what a food hub is; what a “just and regional food system” looks like; how she works to bring people in her community together; some of the unique programs of the Good Food Collective, such as a Produce Prescription Program with the local hospital; then, Jonathan and Kara recap the series, their major takeaways, and why they were left inspired.TOPICS & TIMES:Ski Patrol & Guiding & Rachel's Journey Into Local Food Systems (2:05)The Good Food Collective (5:23)Working with Institutions (7:58)“Just and Regional Food System” (12:06)Food Education (17:06)Fruit Gleaning Program & Fruit for Good (22:41)Regional Food System Challenges & Connectivity (29:33)Produce Rx Program (35:29)Food Justice & the La Plata Good Equity Program (41:14)Getting Involved (51:32)Series Recap with Jonathan (59:20)RELATED LINKS:Instagram: @goodfoodcollectivecoWebsite: https://www.goodfoodcollective.org/Mountain Towns & Local Food Systems, Pt. 1: Setting the StageMountain Towns & Local Food Systems Pt 2: Regenerative Farming, Cow Cuddling, and MoreMountain Towns & Local Food Systems Pt 3: Chris Rubens on Skiing and Farming in Revelstoke Become a Blister Member / Get our Buyer's GuideSubscribe to our Gear Giveaways & NewsletterOUR OTHER PODCASTS:CRAFTED Bikes & Big IdeasOff The CouchGEAR:30 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

No Bad Food
70. Puffed Kelp Chips & Regenerative Farming ft. 12 Tides' Pat Schnettler

No Bad Food

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 40:29


This week, host Tom Zalatnai (@tomzalatnai) talks to Pat Schnettler (@patschnettler), CEO & Co-Founder of 12 Tides (@12tides), about their company's revolutionary new snacks, the importance of marine conservation, and how to create a product that goes beyond sustainability and into regeneration! Find out about the health benefits of kelp- both for us, AND for our planet! You can follow this show on social media @NoBadFoodPod! SUPPORT THE SHOW! patreon.com/nobadfoodpod PayPal! paypal.me/tomzalatnai Check out The Depot! www.depotmtl.org Check out 12 Tides! www.12tides.com Want to be on the show? Tell us why! https://forms.gle/w2bfwcKSgDqJ2Dmy6 MERCH! podcavern.myspreadshop.ca Our logo is by David Flamm! Check out his work (and buy something from his shop!) at http://www.davidflammart.com/ Our theme music is "It Takes A Little Time" by Zack Ingles! You can (and should!) buy his music here: https://zackingles.bandcamp.com/ www.podcavern.com

Agave Road Trip
Babies or Booze? Agaves Can't Make Both… or Can They?

Agave Road Trip

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 20:02


All alcohol starts life as sugar, and the sugars used to make agave spirits like mezcal and tequila come from … agave! But the energy source that becomes sugar is also  what powers the agave's ability to reproduce. So if you allow the agave to reproduce, you're also burning up the sugars you need to make alcohol. It's a pick-your-poison episode of Agave Road Trip!Find extra photos and related links at agaveroadtrip.comAgave Road Trip is Powered by Simplecast.

Soul Eats First
43. debunking myths; conventional vs regenerative farming, food labels & environment w/ Tatum Hardy

Soul Eats First

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 53:18


Whether you choose a plant based diet or meat is a part of your daily life, this episode is a space where our minds can be open to new ideas and feel safe in doing so. We are going to share factual information so get ready, you're definitely going to leave having learned something new. Topics covered: ⁃Understanding food labels; grass fed vs finished, cage free, pasture raised, etc. ⁃Regenerative farming ⁃Environmental impact comparison of a vegan diet vs. consuming meat ⁃Tips for initially transitioning from a vegan/plant based diet to consuming meat or from conventional meat to sustainable meat ⁃Eating based on whats in season; how this aligns with nature's way and how it supports your body If you love the pod, share this or your favorite episode on your Instagram story or give it a quick rating! For additional information regarding this episode, visit my Patreon page and become a member of the community - link is in my Instagram Bio @mollyraemckenzie Thank you Tatum for your knowledge and wisdom!

Real Organic Podcast
Jack Algiere: Modeling A Food System That Inspires

Real Organic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 58:28 Very Popular


#082: Jack Algiere, Directory of Agroecology at the Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, talks about the importance of exposing the public to nature, food, and farming in ways that inspire direct personal connections and help to grow bio-literacy.  Jack Algiere is the Director of Agroecology at the Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, a farming enterprise that welcomes the public to enjoy the nature trails, farming operation, and food grown on site at its restaurants, including the famed Blue Hill. Relying on decades of farming experience, Jack works closely with chefs in the kitchen to grow a variety of crops for their dishes. He also oversees projects that communicate the importance of land stewardship and nature-based farming to visitors.  To watch a video version of this podcast with access to the full transcript and links relevant to our conversation, please visit:https://www.realorganicproject.org/jack-algiere-modeling-food-system-that-inspires-episode-eighty-two/The Real Organic Podcast is hosted by Dave Chapman and Linley Dixon, engineered by Brandon StCyr, and edited and produced by Jenny Prince.The Real Organic Project is a farmer-led movement working towards certifying 1,000 farms across the United States this year. Our add-on food label distinguishes soil-grown fruits and vegetables from hydroponically-raised produce, and pasture-raised meat, milk, and eggs from products harvested from animals in horrific confinement (CAFOs - confined animal feeding operations).To find a Real Organic farm near you, please visit:https://www.realorganicproject.org/farmsWe believe that the organic standards, with their focus on soil health, biodiversity, and animal welfare were written as they should be, but that the current lack of enforcement of those standards is jeopardizing the ability for small farms who adhere to the law to stay in business. The lack of enforcement is also jeopardizing the overall health of the customers who support the organic movement; customers who are not getting what they pay for at market but still paying a premium price. And the lack of enforcement is jeopardizing the very cycles (water, air, nutrients) that Earth relies upon to provide us all with a place to live, by pushing extractive, chemical agriculture to the forefront.If you like what you hear and are feeling inspired, we would love for you to join our movement by becoming one of our 1,000  Real Friends:https://www.realorganicproject.org/real-organic-friends/To read our weekly newsletter (which might just be the most forwarded newsletter on the internet!) and get firsthand news about what's happening with organic food, farming and policy, please subscribe here:https://www.realorganicproject.org/email/

Mind Your Hives Beekeeping
The Bee Side: Regenerative Farming with Thom Pearsall of Everwild Farm

Mind Your Hives Beekeeping

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 76:53


On this episode of the Bee Side we're talking with Farmer Thom from Everwild Farm in Ambler, PA! There's so much crossover to how Everwild approaches farming and how Kara Jo Bee Farm approaches beekeeping so we threw a suit on Thom, went into some hives then sat down for a chat! We hope you get a glimpse into why we love knowing where our food is coming from and how you can take some regenerative practices into your home garden. Cheers!

The Cannabis Hangout
Ep. 143: Regenerative farming + living soil grown Cannabis ft. Jacob & Dani at Agape Gardens

The Cannabis Hangout

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 48:31


Meet Jacob and Dani. They are a two person, outdoor grow team, local to Oklahoma. This episode is full of information and you'll learn so much, because we did. Tune in, while they speak on harvesting an outdoor grow, building living soil, making your own ferment, background work in off season and relying on communities of bugs, plants and interconnected living systems. You don't want to miss it!

Farm and Ranch Report
Regenerative Farming Requires a Different Mindset

Farm and Ranch Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022


The path from conventional agriculture toward regenerative is not the same for all farmers.

The Cannabis Hangout
Ep. 143: Regenerative farming + living soil grown Cannabis ft. Jacob & Dani at Agape Gardens

The Cannabis Hangout

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 48:31


Meet Jacob and Dani. They are a two person, outdoor grow team, local to Oklahoma. This episode is full of information and you'll learn so much, because we did. Tune in, while they speak on harvesting an outdoor grow, building living soil, making your own ferment, background work in off season and relying on communities of bugs, plants and interconnected living systems. You don't want to miss it!

Farm Traveler Podcast
164: Regenerative Farming and Decentralizing Food - White Oak Pastures

Farm Traveler Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 48:20


White Oak Pastures is a regenerative farm that has absolutely changed the game in terms of being a radically traditional farm. In today's interview, Jenni Harris talks to us about her family's 6th generation farm, how and why they started regenerative farming practices, how they manage 10 different livestock species, and the countless ways the engage with consumers through lodging, workshops, direct-to-consumer, and dining. Jenni and I will also talk about the importance of decentralizing food, how regenerative farming isn't just a new buzzword just for marketing, and why country of origin labels might need to come back on some foods. https://whiteoakpastures.com/ https://www.facebook.com/whiteoakpastures https://www.instagram.com/whiteoakpastures/ Learn more at our website: https://thefarmtraveler.com/ And be sure to follow us on social media! https://www.instagram.com/farm_traveler/ https://www.facebook.com/TheFarmTraveler https://www.youtube.com/farmtraveler https://twitter.com/TheFarmTraveler Subscribe here: https://podkite.link/FarmTraveler Farm Traveler is part of the Waypoint Outdoor Collective, the Podcast Network for the Outdoors-man. Check out all of the Waypoint Outdoor Collective Podcasts HERE. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

This Day in Maine
Thursday, September 15, 2022: Lobster industry representatives tout their climate-friendly attributes; Wolfe's Neck gets 35 million dollar grant to export regenerative farming practices nationwide; Maine Medical nurses reach agreement on first union

This Day in Maine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 8:57


ON THE ROAD with Chuck Cramer
The Three Pillars, regenerative farming pioneers, talking the talk & walking the walk and interview with Jason Haas, partner & general manager, Tablas Creek Vineyard in Paso Robles.

ON THE ROAD with Chuck Cramer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 58:21


The Three Pillars, regenerative farming pioneers, talking the talk & walking the walk and interview with Jason Haas, partner & general manager, Tablas Creek Vineyard in Paso Robles. ON THE ROAD with mrCAwine is about California's cool, aspirational lifestyle and awesome wines hosted by Chuck Cramer, a California native, living in London and is the Director of European sales & marketing, Terlato Wines. This is a wine journey covering the hottest topics in the business of California wine, chatting along the way with the people who work in wine, and make it all happen. This week's episode includes an interview with Jason Haas, Tablas Creek Vineyard. 

Accidental Gods
The Meat Paradox: Ethics, morality and shamanic spirituality: exploring the politics of protein with Rob Percival

Accidental Gods

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 72:40


For hundreds of thousands of years, we lived as forager-hunters, our lives intimately entwined with the lives - and then deaths - of the animals that we ate.  And then we cut that link and now we eat meat in plastic packages with cute pictures on the front to remove our awareness of the death that has arisen. And yet at our deepest levels, we know that meat is murder.  How do we resolve this paradox?Rob Percival is a writer, campaigner and food policy expert. His commentary on food and farming has featured in the national press and on prime time television, and his writing has been shortlisted for the Guardian's International Development Journalism Prize and the Thomson Reuters Foundation's Food Sustainability Media Award. He works as Head of Food Policy for the Soil Association. The Meat Paradox is his first book and it's one of the best, deepest, and most genuinely engaging that I've read of the many that seek to address the huge cultural divide that surrounds our consumption of meat.   This is a book that delves into neuroscience (denial, cognitive dissonance and the lies we tell ourselves), indigenous spiritual/shamanic practice, ancient ancestral practice as depicted in cave paintings that were created over a span of 30,000 years (that's a long time for an art form) and the actual experience of what it is to stand in an abbatoir and make eye contact with a cow as she walks into the stun cage. Reading this book will change your life.  Talking to Rob on the podcast was a joy and an inspiration and we ranged across all of these subjects and more.  We didn't get to the last-line dedication to Odin, which I had thought would be the core of the podcast, but then I discovered in the pre-recording conversations that Odin is a rescue dog (which is wonderful, but not quite the backbone of a shamanic/spiritual podcast that I'd imagined). Nonetheless, this is a deeply felt, deeply touching podcast that delves deep into the very meat of our identities in the modern world. The Meat Paradox: https://uk.bookshop.org/books/the-meat-paradox-brilliantly-provocative-original-electrifying-bee-wilson-financial-times/9781408713815Web: rob-percival.com https://rob-percival.com/Twitter: @rob_percival_ https://twitter.com/Rob_Percival_IPES report: The Politics of Protein: http://ipes-food.org/pages/politicsofproteinSustainable Food Trust Report: 'Feeding Britain': https://sustainablefoodtrust.org/our-work/feeding-britain/LRB: A Million Shades of Red by Adam Mars-Jones: https://www.lrb.co.uk/the-paper/v44/n17/adam-mars-jones/a-million-shades-of-red

Guild of Sommeliers Podcast
Regenerative Farming

Guild of Sommeliers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 56:51 Very Popular


In this episode, we dive into the complex topic of regenerative agriculture with two experts in the field. First, Jenny Hemmer speaks with Meghan Zobeck, the winemaker at Burgess Cellars in the Napa Valley. Next, MS Chris Tanghe talks to Nate Ready of Hiyu Wine Farm in Hood River, Oregon. Thanks for listening! If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to the podcast and leave us a review, as this helps us reach and grow our community. Cheers!

Earth911.com: Sustainability In Your Ear
Earth911 Podcast: La Tourangelle's Mattheiu Kohlmeyer on the Path to Regenerative Farming

Earth911.com: Sustainability In Your Ear

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 38:47 Very Popular


Encouraging regenerative farming practices can start with conscious shopping choices, but there are many challenges ahead. Mattheiu Kohlmeyer, founder of La Tourangelle, a Berkeley, Calif.-based maker of artisanal cooking oils, some of which are produced using regenerative farming techniques, discusses the ins and outs of growing healthy, affordable regenerative foods. La Tourangelle makes a variety of oils, including almond and avocado oil, sunflower, grapeseed and olive oils — it sources nuts and seeds from regenerative farmers in Eastern Europe and California, upcycling nuts when possible to reduce its environmental impact. The company also uses post-consumer recycled materials in packaging and its spray oils use no chemical propellants or aerosols.Regenerative farming can restore soils — the U.S. looses about 5.6 tons of topsoil per acre per year, and by leaving soil untilled, allowing natural biology to play out in the absence of chemicals, it is estimated that healthy soil could sequester a quarter of a billion tons of CO2 annually. Mattheiu recently contributed an article at Earth911, Regenerative Farming Practices: Food for a Healthier Planet. Regenerative farming is a comprehensive practice and one made harder in the midst of an historic drought in the West. You can learn more about La Tourangelle at https://latourangelle.com

NPV
Real estate for regeneration, restoration and conservation - how to evaluate deals

NPV

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 61:00


basinStack work sesh 9-6-22 === 00:00 basinStack is a holistic real estate methodology to mint, carbon and #naturalcapital assets. But also to figure out what we call the higher and better use of real estate, rather than just the highest and best use. 00:25 how can we holistically put every piece of property to the higher and better use for nature, climate carbon, social impact, outcomes 00:50 natural capital accounts and ecosystem service 01:15 Portland Oregon - Property #1 03:20 Normal commercial real estate, you look at environment, contamination as well, but we're gonna look at like biodiversity water, quality water, quantity recreation and cultural aspects as well 05:50 If this site was bigger like an urban forest, would be good. I don't think it's big enough, but we could that's part of what the basin stack helped evaluate. 06:40 Instead of waiting two months to organize a design Strat and have architects and land planners and engineers evaluate it, like how can a group of ordinary citizens or ordinary people, or people in #refi analyze these properties quicker, better, and then connect all the tools to, to properties like this. 07:30 Property #2 Sonoma County - Ecology, Permaculture, CSA, Regenerative Farming 15:00 Farmmapper / Farm Mapper Tool 16:00 scale this where us or an AI or an app can pull all this data and start to help make decisions where we can filter 20, 30 properties a week per se. $BASIN 17:05 meet with the farmers, meet with the landowner, meet with the seller, figure out what's the story to then help Cougar do raise money. And then, or to someone to implement a regenerative community land trust like governance, or we figure out what that story is around the property. 17:45 water quality, water, quantity, biodiversity. 20:25 effort and prevention is worth 10 units of effort in treatment is a general rule across medicine and environmentalism 20:45 something that's also happening in the chat here is the question has come up. - Is it listed? How much do they need? And all of a sudden, we're now we're in deal making mode. So you see - you kinda see where I'm headed with this. If we have the right people on the call and the right resources set up and the right methodology in place. 21:30 Property #3 - Urban Floodplain and #Ecosystem and watershed We also discuss: recombining, rewinding, DAO's, blockchain, regenerative finance, adaptive reuse, conservation, brownfields, recreation, placemaking and more To learn more go to: https://www.basin.global/ or https://twitter.com/basinDAO

COMPOUND
Real estate for regeneration, restoration and conservation - how to evaluate deals

COMPOUND

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 61:00


basinStack work sesh 9-6-22 === 00:00 basinStack is a holistic real estate methodology to mint, carbon and #naturalcapital assets. But also to figure out what we call the higher and better use of real estate, rather than just the highest and best use. 00:25 how can we holistically put every piece of property to the higher and better use for nature, climate carbon, social impact, outcomes 00:50 natural capital accounts and ecosystem service 01:15 Portland Oregon - Property #1 03:20 Normal commercial real estate, you look at environment, contamination as well, but we're gonna look at like biodiversity water, quality water, quantity recreation and cultural aspects as well 05:50 If this site was bigger like an urban forest, would be good. I don't think it's big enough, but we could that's part of what the basin stack helped evaluate. 06:40 Instead of waiting two months to organize a design Strat and have architects and land planners and engineers evaluate it, like how can a group of ordinary citizens or ordinary people, or people in #refi analyze these properties quicker, better, and then connect all the tools to, to properties like this. 07:30 Property #2 Sonoma County - Ecology, Permaculture, CSA, Regenerative Farming 15:00 Farmmapper / Farm Mapper Tool 16:00 scale this where us or an AI or an app can pull all this data and start to help make decisions where we can filter 20, 30 properties a week per se. $BASIN 17:05 meet with the farmers, meet with the landowner, meet with the seller, figure out what's the story to then help Cougar do raise money. And then, or to someone to implement a regenerative community land trust like governance, or we figure out what that story is around the property. 17:45 water quality, water, quantity, biodiversity. 20:25 effort and prevention is worth 10 units of effort in treatment is a general rule across medicine and environmentalism 20:45 something that's also happening in the chat here is the question has come up. - Is it listed? How much do they need? And all of a sudden, we're now we're in deal making mode. So you see - you kinda see where I'm headed with this. If we have the right people on the call and the right resources set up and the right methodology in place. 21:30 Property #3 - Urban Floodplain and #Ecosystem and watershed We also discuss: recombining, rewinding, DAO's, blockchain, regenerative finance, adaptive reuse, conservation, brownfields, recreation, placemaking and more To learn more go to: https://www.basin.global/ or https://twitter.com/basinDAO

The Climate Daily
Good Book--The Vertical Farm: Feeding the World in the 21st Century, Reuters Briefing- Regenerative Farming, Should UK Mobilize a Volunteer Army to Speed Energy Transition?

The Climate Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 8:02


A good book--"The Vertical Farm: Feeding the World in the 21st Century, plus a Reuters Briefing- Regenerative Farming. And, should UK mobilize a volunteer army to speed its energy transition?

Bulletproof Radio
How Regenerative Systems Save the Soil, Animals & You – Robby Sansom : 970

Bulletproof Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 58:28 Very Popular


IN THIS EPISODE OF THE HUMAN UPGRADE™...… you'll learn why regenerative methods for taking care of soil and raising animals provide a solution that creates food sovereignty, improves human health, and helps reverse climate change. Previous episodes of this podcast featured regenerative farming and soil conservation topics. Dave Asprey keeps the conversation going because when you know what's happening and what companies are doing about this problem, you can be informed and take action to support regeneration efforts in your own way.Robby Sansom, co-founder and CEO of Force of Nature, joins the show to talk about the new developments igniting real change. His roots run deep in the natural food community, caring for soil and caring for animals. He spent much of the last decade studying regenerative agriculture at ranches all over the world. Through this education, he helped found the Austin, Texas-based regeneratively sourced meat company, Force of Nature. The company's building brand new global supply chains of grass-fed and regeneratively managed livestock. Force of Nature works in partnership with land stewards, ranchers and farmers committed to creating a positive return on the planet. There's an undeniable sense of urgency about the state of soil and its ability to provide enough food for a growing population. Over more than a hundred years of conventional farming and ranching depleted land and disrupted natural ecosystems. These harms (have and continue to) adversely affect animal and human health. Force of Nature focuses on repair and regeneration—in their own operations and by educating farmers and ranchers from homesteaders to big corporations.In spring 2022, Force of Nature hosted a What Good Shall I Do? event about learning and leading with regenerative intent. This educational forum hosted several dozen speakers from soil scientists to leaders in the regenerative movement to individual farmers and ranchers. By providing information, resources and tools, conventional farmers and ranchers can make the switch to regenerative methods. And farmers and ranchers who already use regenerative methods can improve and have even more impact.You can get involved, too! In this episode, Robby talks about the true cost of meat and gives tips on what to look for in your own local grocery and how you can support regenerative agriculture and ranching in a way that aligns with your own values. Every small step toward change contributes to a larger movement.SPECIAL OFFER FOR THE HUMAN UPGRADE LISTENERS: Visit https://forceofnature.com and use code dave10 to get 10% off your first order.DON'T MISS THIS! Force of Nature will be providing meat at select 8th Annual Biohacking Conference events coming up in September. Get your ticket.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Starseed Kitchen Podcast with Chef Whitney Aronoff
Regenerative Farming & The Holistic Agriculture Movement with Liz Riffle

Starseed Kitchen Podcast with Chef Whitney Aronoff

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 51:25


Riffle Farms raises grass-fed and finished bison tucked in the hills of Preston County, West Virgina, where the grasses are cool and the snow is heavy. Owner and operators Liz Riffle is a U.S. Navy Nurse Corps veteran and her husband, Jimmie, is currently still serving on active-duty as a Navy Nurse Corps Nurse Practitioner. Liz is an animal lover first and foremost, and an agent for the natural community. She is committed to honest meat and changing the current meat processing system our nation relies on. Riffle Farms was the first commercial bison operation in the state of West Virginia. They were also the first farm business to field harvest their animals for state certified commercial sale, which is also how Liz's second business, The Honest Carnivore - A West Virginia Meat Collective, was born. Liz has years of supporting work behind her through The Good Meat Project and The Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund. Riffle Farms is part of a growing movement. A movement to facilitate the large-scale regeneration of the world's grasslands and the livelihoods of their inhabitants, through holistic management. Regenerative farming and agriculture provide a resilient system to grow food by building soil that will become abundant for man, beast, and all of Nature. The Riffle family chose bison, with their intact wildness, to help teach us how to work with Mother Nature instead of against her (plus they are fabulously, healthy meat!). Website: www.starseedkitchen.com

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Gordon McPhail: LeaderBrand GM of Farming on their regenerative farming project

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 3:18


A first of its kind regenerative farming project hopes to reinvent the way we grow vegetables. Lead by LeaderBrand, with backing from Countdown and Plant and Food Research, the project will trial sustainable methods alongside a control site to evaluate what's successful. It'll then share those results with other growers. LeaderBrand General Manager of Farming Gordon McPhail joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

BLISTER Podcast
Mountain Towns & Local Food Systems, Pt. 2: Regenerative Farming, Cow Cuddling, & More

BLISTER Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 48:36


We talk with Lynsey Gammon of Gracie's Farm in Park City, Utah, about topsoil health and climate change; turning barren soil into a thriving farm; farm-to-restaurant connectivity; bee dinners; cow cuddling; women and farming; and more.TOPICS & TIMESWhat is Gracie's Farm? (4:35)How Lynsey got into farming (6:18)Transforming ranch land to farmable land (9:11)Climate Change & Topsoil Health (16:22)Mtn Town Visitors & Local Food (21:23)Seasonality (25:50)Chef & Farmer Relationship (31:51)Women & Farming (38:57)Action Items / Lessons from Gracie's Farm (41:40)Cow Cuddling (45:02)RELATED LINKSMountain Towns & Local Food Systems, Pt. 1: Setting the StageInstagram: @graciesfarmbluesky Gracie's Farm: The Lodge at Blue SkyBecome a Blister Member / Get our Buyer's GuideSubscribe to our Gear Giveaways & NewsletterOUR OTHER PODCASTS:CRAFTED Bikes & Big IdeasOff The CouchGEAR:30 Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Accidental Gods
A Wild Farming Life: Building a regenerative croft from scratch with Lynn Cassells

Accidental Gods

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 74:56


Lynn Cassells and Sandra Baer met while working as rangers for the National Trust and soon realised that they shared a dream to live closer to the land.  They bought Lynbreck Croft at the edge of the Cairngorms National Park in the Highlands of Scotland in March 2016  - 150 acres of pure Scottishness - with no experience farming but a huge passion for nature and the outdoors.  Now, they raise their own animals and sell the produce, grow their own fruit and vegetables, and are as self-sufficient as they can be, alongside producing food for their local community and hosting educational tours and running courses. Hailed as Best Crofting Newcomers in 2018, they were given the Food and Farming Award by the RSPB in Nature of Scotland Awards in 2019 and were nominated for Nature Champions of the Decade as part of teh Nature of Scotland 10th anniversary. They have appeared in the series This Farming Life on BBC2 and have written the book, 'Our Wild Farming Life', linked below. Lynn and Sandra were newcomers to farming and to regenerative concepts, but in the past 6 years, as they have faced success and (some) failures and learned from both, they have seen regenerative farming becoming a far more widely held concept.  In this heart-felt episode, we begin by exploring the writing process, and how Lynn, a new writer, came to write such a fluent book.  From there, we delve deeply into the practicalities of farming in a relatively inhospitable landscape, but also explore the spiritual nature of land-connection, the ways we can give the animals with which we share our lives the fullest capacity to be all that they can be, so that we can become all that we can be: so that we can feel safe, and held in connection to the land and the tribes of the more than human world that surround us. Lynbreck Croft: https://www.lynbreckcroft.co.ukLynbreck on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lynbreckcroft/Our Wild Farming Life: book: https://chelseagreen.co.uk/book/our-wild-farming-life/

The Shepherdess
"CATTLE INVENTORIES LOWEST IN 10 YEARS" | BEEF CATTLE MARKET

The Shepherdess

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 5:10


BUY THE BOOK HERE: http://bit.ly/ShepherdessMERCH 1 Hour Podcast Episode with Corbitt Wall: https://bit.ly/CorbittWall EMAIL: shepherdess (at) harmonyfarms.blog Why is beef at the store expensive, while cattle prices are at an all time low? Why is the price beef cattle not skyrocketing like other commodities? What role is inflation playing in the cattle market? This video discusses some of these questions and more. I also describe why I am fighting to keep cattle a part of my diversified (micro) ranching for profit operation.. -the Shepherdess 0:00 USDA Reports Cattle inventory is lowest in 10 years. 0:50 Australian Drought and Demand for Beef. 1:53 2022 Drought is Worse than 2011 Drought. 2:32 Low Inventories and Heifers on Feedlots 3:21 Cattle Market response to drought In this video: Line at Emory Texas Sale Barn East Texas Drought 2022 Texas Drought Beef Cattle Market Beef Cattle Report July 2022 Rotational Grazing Sheep and cows Cattle Market Sale barn prices -------------------------------------- "Buy me a Coffee" to Support my Channel: https://bit.ly/ShphrdssCOFFEE READ MY BLOG: http://bit.ly/ShepherdessBLOG #drought #farming #ranching ----------------------------- About this Channel: This channel chronicles my journey as a sheep farmer from the very beginning. My primary occupation is in business management. In 2020, I discovered the principles of regenerative agriculture and embarked on a journey with the end goal of building a profitable small farm on 23 acres by 2027. Thank you for joining the journey!Support the show

RNZ: Country Life
Putting a steak in the ground with heritage breed

RNZ: Country Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 20:48


Two brothers have combined their skills to launch a paddock to plate business selling purebred Galloway meat products. Chopped Butchery is based on a farm at Morven in South Canterbury. The cattle are reared by farmer Adam and butchered by Eddie.

Out Of The Clouds
Nishanth Chopra on connecting the dots, the seed-to-sew model and regenerative farming

Out Of The Clouds

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 65:45


Nishanth Chopra is a young, innovative Indian entrepreneur who in 2016 founded a unique sustainable brand and collective called Oshadi (pronounced aw-sha-dhi, which means ‘essence of nature' or ‘healing plant' in Sanskrit - @oshadi_collective)In this interview with Anne Muhlethaler, Nishanth tells Anne about growing up in the textile town of Erode and how, after returning from university in the UK, he decided to carve a new path for himself by breaking with the expectations of his family and launch a small sustainable ready-to-wear brand. In his pursuit, Nishanth came to realise the depth of problems that were underlying the traditional fashion production model, even when trying to do it sustainably. He explains to Anne how, out of a desire to look after the earth after creating clothing, from printing and dyeing to weaving and spinning cotton, the collective started cultivating a new fashion system with a 50-acre regenerative cotton farm.Nishanth says that if he has any talent it's really just connecting the dots — right time, right place, right people — and that's how he was able, step by step, to launch this 'seed to sew concept'. And Oshadi doesn't just look after not just the soil or think of the finished product. Instead, Nishanth shares his vision with the farmers and artisans who collectively work on this project. He says his aim is that the complexity (of figuring out this new respectful way of working with the earth) should end with ‘us' — making it possible for anyone else in the future to replicate this radically transparent model. Nishanth also tells Anne how meaningful change can happen when there is collaboration through real respect for someone's work — something that's not always shown to Indian craftsmen and women from a Western point of view. A unique voice and gifted entrepreneur, who hopefully will leave you inspired. Happy listening! *** Selected links from episode: You can find out more about Nishanth work and Oshadi at https://oshadi.in/on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/oshadi_collective/And selected press at https://oshadi.in/pages/pressErode, in Tamil Nadu, where Nishanth grew up https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ErodeFibershed's Rebecca Burgess - https://www.eco-age.com/resources/fibershed-rebecca-burgess-interviewThe film Merku Thodarchi Malai that Nishanth talks about on every podcast - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merku_Thodarchi_MalaiThe myth of Sisyphus - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SisyphusSapiens - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sapiens:_A_Brief_History_of_HumankindThe article about soil from the Guardian posted on the Oshadi Instagram - https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/may/07/secret-world-beneath-our-feet-mind-blowing-key-to-planets-future***If you enjoyed this episode, click subscribe for more, and consider writing a review of the show on Apple Podcasts, we really appreciate your support and feedback, thank you  so much for listening! For all notes and transcripts, please visit Out Of The Clouds on Simplecast - https://out-of-the-clouds.simplecast.com/  Sign up for Anne's email newsletter for more from Out of the Clouds at https://annevmuhlethaler.com. Follow Anne: Twitter: @annvi  IG: @_outoftheclouds  

What The Focaccia with Niki Webster and Bettina Campolucci Bordi
S4 E2: The Need for Regenerative Farming with George Lamb

What The Focaccia with Niki Webster and Bettina Campolucci Bordi

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 44:49


George Lamb shares some nuggets of wisdom with us, as the TV presenter come co-founder of Wildfarmed delves into what regenerative farming is and how you can get involved in it, why Wildfarmed flour is the way forward for bakeries, the importance his GROW charity has on kids shaping our future, and why you can't invoice for effort! Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Jamie Mackay: New project to validate the science of regenerative farming

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 4:27


Host of the Country Jamie Mackay joined Heather du Plessis Allan Drive to discuss, Ngāi Tahu's new projects,  wheat and barely imports and more. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Go Green Radio
What Your Food Ate

Go Green Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 55:56


We've all heard the old adage, “You are what you eat.” Today we'll take that a step further… “you are what your food ate.” Pesticides and herbicides can impact the plants on which we rely for nutrients, and those same plants coupled with antibiotics fed to livestock can impact the meat in our diet. The plants and animals in our diet imbibe what is in the soil and food that nourishes them, and is passed on to us. How does that impact our health, and what are our alternatives? Tune in today as we discuss these questions and more with the authors of a new book, What Your Food Ate!

Accidental Gods
Banking on the Beetles: Creating a local circular agro-economy with Liberty Nimmo of The Three Turnips

Accidental Gods

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 73:46


By now it's obvious that our current system is destroying all life on the planet - and our food/farming system is key both to the current levels of destruction: industrial farming is eroding soil, poisoning the biosphere on land and sea, gobbling up fossil fuels and harming our health. Conversely, local community agriculture projects that link together viable enterprises in a network of circular economies is one part of the key to a viable, flourishing future.  Liberty Nimmo is part of a three-person team (The Three Turnips CSA) at Lower Hampen Farm in the English Cotswolds that is working towards a viable future. Their work aims to provide an environment where nature is allowed to flourish and thereby help to support a sustainable, diverse system of agriculture.  In this holistic, regenerative approach they wish to benefit all life, building soil health, contributing to cleaner air and improving water quality.  They operate a low input, low output farming system and constantly strive to reduce our energy requirements and aim to become carbon negative.Liberty herself is a Regenerative Horticultural Grower, and the Founder of Nimmo Skincare which uses Pasture Fed Tallow as a key ingredient, along with home grown oil infused herbs.  Liberty has a lifelong interest in herbal medicine and using local plants on people and livestock and combines her work at the farm with part time Italian Travel Consultancy.In this episode, we explore the practicalities of starting from scratch in the evolution of a new regenerative project: what are the aims and values that underpin it, and how can a network of enterprises grow up, each sustaining the others, so that the end result is a community supported agriculture project that feeds and nurtures the local community. Links: Hampen FarmNimmo SkinCareFiberShedZero DigCharles Dowding No Dig GrowingHuw Richards YouTube Channel (Growing)Elinor Ostrom: Governing the Commons Outrage and Optimism w Jacqueline Novogratz: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/outrage-optimism/id1459416461?i=1000570653731Nicole Masters: For the Love of Soil: https://www.farmingsecrets.com/mentor/nicole-masters/

Realistic Sustainability
S3E50 (Short) Regenerative Farming

Realistic Sustainability

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 10:16


Today's agricultural process is accelerating climate change but there are better ways to grow our food. Regenerative farming is one of those options. Join Mike as he discusses one of the best ways to grow our food. If you enjoy this episode, please consider sharing on social media or sending it to a friend. If you want to help the show out, please level a comment or review on your favorite podcast platform. Thank you for listening! Please consider supporting the podcast: Here Visit the RS site: https://www.greeningyourlife.org/podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/realistic-sustainability/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/realistic-sustainability/support

Bulletproof Radio
Mini-Episode: Cool Facts Friday #25

Bulletproof Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 12:16 Very Popular


In this Episode of The Human Upgrade™...​Cool Facts are quick hits of new human and world science curated into short bursts of information just for you. This fun compilation publishes one Friday a month.Tattoos can help monitor your blood pressure Device that protects against head injuries Upgrading your avocado toastWays to manage the harmful aging-inflammation duo Pee recycling does the soil goodEPISODE SPONSOR: The Eng3 NanoVi device helps repair oxidative stress damage and support the body's natural repair mechanisms. https://eng3corp.com/DAVE/. Learn more: The Anti-Aging Science Behind the NanoVi Device – Rowena Gates & Hans Eng – #416.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Hope Initiative
#86 - Creative Trade Offs

The Hope Initiative

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 110:49


“I learned concept called a trade off. And it's this acknowledgement that when you choose one thing, you are leaving another thing behind. Often in life we're faced with trade offs all the time, all day long, you can drive yourself crazy obsessing over trade offs. But at the end of the day, you've got to ‘decide'; the Latin root meaning to ‘cut away'.You've got to choose the life that you want to live and take the path that represents the best trade off for you. It's difficult. I struggle with it myself; wanting to evolve my situation to the next level. It's a constant struggle every single day and waking up and having a routine is certainly helpful. I know it's something that I can do to better incorporate more of the things that I know will get me to the next level. And I know exactly what it is and intuitively I have ideas in my head and I'm sure you do too.And anyone listening knows the experience of having these ideas in your head is like, ‘Oh, I should probably do that in the morning. I should wake up and meditate. I should journal. I should write that book I have in my mind'. But then carving out the space and time is tough.I empathise with anyone on the struggle on the creative path. And I have infinite respect for anyone actually putting it together and sharing what they have with the world in a courageous way, finding the will to carve out that trade off to create and share with the community to try and improve the world.”Episode #86 of The Hope Initiative with Case Bradford.This weeks guest is Case Bradford, an energetic 31 year old based in California and Based in the truths of life. Originally from a colder and essentially darker part of the US, Case moved to “Sunny California” at the age of 25 and has since grown and found what is optimal for him. Formerly a vegan, he know focuses on living a lifestyle around regenerative farming, creating more than he consumes, having movement practices and so much more that we discuss in this fun conversation. He was also kind enough to ask me a few questions, and shows his adeptness as a future podcast host, despite being a self proclaimed introvert.It was an absolute pleasure. Thanks so much to Case for his time, and to you for listening.Much love and I hope you enjoy!SHOW LINKSCase on TwitterCase on InstagramResources mentioned in the conversation;Robb WolfMark Sisson - Primal KitchenCowspiracyMans Search for Meaning by Viktor FranklDispelling Wetiko - Paul LevyDoing Good Better - William MacAskillBlue Mind - Wallace J. NicholsFollow and connect with the podcast on Instagram and Twitter.Music by Jess Fairlie.

The No-Till Flowers Podcast
Tackling Burnout and Farmer Well-Being Through Collective Selling with Amelia Ihlo

The No-Till Flowers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 67:32


Welcome to the first in a short summer series of episodes dedicated to farmer well-being.  This is my 14th season flower farming and running a small business centered around such a stunning and stressful product.  Every season brings its own set of challenges, most entirely out of my control.   This year I broke a bone and strained a tendon in my left foot in late February that has impacted my physical and mental health immensely.  I entered the intensity of spring planting season feeling hugely ineffective and burnt out. I'm used to those feelings in August each year, but never before had I felt that way in March. Acknowledging burn-out and its source and making space for it is the first step to recovery.  So I started talking about it with close farmer friends at first and then more publicly.  As I did, I heard echoed back to me all the same feelings of exhaustion, anxiety and physical pain.  I am definitely not alone. Nor are you.  My guest in this episode, Amelia Ihlo, is also a friend, which made this would-be heavy conversation flow easily. It's proof that talking to a friend can be a huge step forward when you feel burnt out.  We both share our stories of and strategies for farmer fatigue.  Amelia, the founder of Rooted Farmers, brings a uniquely powerful tactic to the table: collective selling.  She talks about how flower collectives – or co-ops or hubs or whatever you want to call them -- have the capacity to snuff out burn-out.  Maybe you're like me and had never thought about collective selling as a defense against burn-out, but it really makes sense once you start thinking about it in that way.  On the Rooted Farmers blog, Amelia and her team have put together a couple great post on farmer burn-out and health.  Check those out here.  Two other resources are:  Young Farmers Coalition  Rural Health Information Hub Neither I nor Amelia are mental health professionals.  Rather we are two experienced flower farmers and business women having a candid conversation.  If you need support for a well-being crisis or are worried about someone else who does, please call or text 1 800 273 8255 to connect with a trained crisis counselor.  If this episode makes you feel seen and you want to join a deeper conversation on farmer well-being, consider joining the Regenerative Flower Farmers Network, or RFFN for short. Over the past year, RFFN has developed into a safe harbor away from social media where all questions and scenarios are welcome, connections are made between farmers and experts, and experiences are shared so all members contribute to growing the knowledge of the group.  Within that framework, we have a special space dedicated to discussing and supporting farmer well-being.  Please join us there!

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
Grass Fed vs Grain Fed Meats and Regenerative Farming with Autumn Smith

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 52:24


Today's episode is sponsored by Paleovalley Apple Cider Vinegar Complex, one of my favorite whole food supplements to support digestion, blood sugar stabilization, and cravings. Did you know that poor digestion can lead to nutrient deficiencies which can cause bloating, gas, weight gain, poor skin and nail health, and more! Paleovalley's Apple Cider Vinegar Complex is the solution to a happy and healthy gut. You can get 15% off today by heading over to paleovalley.com/jockers and entering the code "JOCKERS" at check out!   Today's episode is proudly sponsored by Paleovalley and its 100% grass-fed beef and 100% pasture-raised turkey meat sticks, one of the choice snacks in my household.  Hurry and grab yours from Paleovalley.com and be sure to use code JOCKERS at checkout for an extra 15% off!   Does it matter for human health how your food is raised, particularly your meat? Autumn Smith joins Dr. Jockers to talk about the wonders of regenerative farming. Autumn is a co-founder of Paleovalley and Wild Pastures and a Certified Eating Psychology Coach. She shares valuable insights about soil health, biodiversity, and how the nutrients we receive from our food are influenced by our food sources and the quality of the soil where they are raised. Find out more about regenerative farming and where to source the safest, most nutrient-dense food while staying friendly with our environment.   “Our ecosystem needs biodiversity. The more animals, the more insects, that is how grasslands thrive. The more diversity in soils, the healthier the people become.” -Autumn Smith   Subscribe to the podcast on: Apple Podcast Stitcher Spotify PodBean TuneIn Radio   In This Episode:   - Essential discovery about soil conditions and how they are impacting the foods we eat   - Reports came out stating that raising cattle is emitting carbons more than the transport sector. Find out what has been overlooked and what the numbers are saying   - Two of the biggest issues we are facing today are critical to the ecosystem and to the lifespan of animals and other species   - Understand the difference between grass-fed and grain-fed meat and how conventional farming is impacting the nutrients we are feeding into our systems   - Find out the result of the study done in Australia comparing the body's reaction post-meal from consuming foods raised from conventional farming versus regenerative farming   - Learn how we are moving in the wrong direction in terms of food sovereignty     Resources: - ACV Complex – Use Code JOCKERS for 15% off - Paleovalley Beef Sticks – Use Code JOCKERS for 15% off -Dr. Christine Jones on Soil Health - https://soillearningcenter.com/expert/christine-jones/     Connect with Autumn Smith:   -Website (Paleovalley) – https://paleovalley.com/   -Facebook – https://facebook.com/lovepaleovalley   -Instagram – https://instagram.com/paleovalley   -Podcast – https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/optimize-paleo-by-paleovalley/id1054170967     Connect with Dr. Jockers:   - Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/drjockers/   - Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/DrDavidJockers   - YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/user/djockers   - Website – https://drjockers.com/   - If you are interested in being a guest on the show, we would love to hear from you! Please contact us here! - https://drjockers.com/join-us-dr-jockers-functional-nutrition-podcast/

The Shepherdess
"INSANE COSTS!" WHY TEXAS RANCHERS ARE RUSHING TO SELL CATTLE

The Shepherdess

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 5:24


BUY THE BOOK HERE: http://bit.ly/ShepherdessMERCH Join my Newsletter: http://bit.ly/ShepherdessNWSLTR EMAIL: shepherdess (at) harmonyfarms.blog Why are Texas ranchers selling their cattle? Why are hay prices so high? Why are there hay shortages? This video answers some of these questions and more. I also describe my management intensive rotational grazing program for my sheep and cows. -the ShepherdessSupport the show

Wellness Force Radio
Taylor Collins + Robby Sansom | Omnivorous Truth: Bill Gates, Synthetic Meat, Vegan Lies + Healing with Regenerative Ranching

Wellness Force Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 83:25


Consumers are eating exactly what they're told, how they're told, where they're told, not asking questions and just showing up to the register, voting and supporting a system that actually is continuing to ensure and perpetuate that they will eat unhealthy food. We're going to do our part at Roam Ranch and Force of Nature which is to fix the broken food system but we need help. - Robby Sansom + Taylor Collins Are You Stressed Out Lately? Take a deep breath with the M21™ wellness guide: a simple yet powerful 21 minute morning system that melts stress and gives you more energy through 6 science-backed practices and breathwork. Click HERE to download for free. Is Your Energy Low? Get more superfoods to improve your energy, digestion, gut health plus also reduce inflammation and blood sugar. Click HERE to try Paleovalley's Apple Cider Vinegar Complex + Save 15% with the code 'JOSH' *Review The WF Podcast & WIN $150 in wellness prizes! *Join The Facebook Group Wellness + Wisdom Episode 458 Taylor Collins + Robby Sansom of Force of Nature Meats at Roam Ranch unpack the truth about toxic food industry practices including CAFO meat, the actual cost vs perceived cost of buying regenerative meat + poultry, how the fertility issues in the world are becoming more evident, the detrimental effects of veganism, and how regenerative ranching is healing not just Mother Earth but people's health too. What is going on with Bill Gates? Why is he buying private farmland on a continuous basis? What is his agenda behind bringing harmful synthetic meat to more + more consumers? Discover how and why we must return to a way that is ancestral + regenerative. Save 10% on Force of Nature! Use code "JOSH" for 10% off your first order Force of Nature is on a mission to improve our environment and health through regenerative agriculture while answering the community's call for food raised in a way that truly aligns with their values. The term “regenerative” means that the agriculture systems in which this food was raised honor the systems within Mother Nature. We care for the soil, respect diversity in plants and animals on the land, and focus on natural outcomes versus synthetic inputs. That means no tilling, no synthetic chemicals, no hormones or antibiotics, and beautiful, wide-open spaces. The result is what you expect. Disrupting the Big Food Industry We spent the last decade studying regenerative agriculture at ranches all over the world before we answered the community's call to launch Force of Nature. Never before has a company founded on the principles of regenerative agriculture, curated a vast collection of land stewards, ranchers, and farmers who are committed to creating a positive return on the planet. Our mission is to accelerate the creation of a global regenerative supply network, to justify our supplier partners' efforts on the land, and to offer consumers the awareness and the ability to vote for a system that aligns with their values. By reclaiming the legacy of meat, we will benefit all stakeholders of the planet and restore regenerative principles to their rightful place as the keystone to our agricultural system. Regenerative Farming is Better Meat that is more delicious and nutritious than anything else you can buy, including organic and traditional grass fed. Animals that are raised with honor in their respected natural environments, eating foods they are supposed to eat. A quality of life for ranchers and their communities that has been lacking for decades in the conventional system. A proven solution to our climate challenges with the power to sequester carbon and prevent many of the environmental disasters we face today. Use code "JOSH" for 10% off your first order Listen To Episode 458 As Taylor Collins + Robby Sansom Uncover: [1:30] Reclaiming the Legacy of Meat Force of Nature - Use code "JOSH" for 10% off your first order Roam Ranch Taylor Collins Robby Sansom Where Hope Grows Podcast Force of Nature's mission and their operation at Roam Ranch. EPIC Provisions: How This Husband + Wife Went From Being Vegan To Starting A Meat-Based Snack Brand The attack on meat today and the negative impact of synthetic meat and its marketing. Our indirect participation in animal agriculture and the importance of voting with our wallet. How to end an animal's life in the most humane way possible and how that energy becomes absorbed by the meat compared to CAFOs. The bison harvest experience that Josh experienced last year and why it was very special for Force of Nature. How we can honor the animals and how they've provided for us in our everyday actions and lifestyles. These Founders Sold Their Food Company for a Reported $100 Million. All They Had to Do Was Survive a Long Series of Business Disasters [14:20] CAFO: The Harmful Animal Practice vs Force of Nature 179 Josh Tickell: Kiss The Ground 352 Zach Bush MD: Saving The Soil, Saving Humanity The difference between eating CAFO meat and that from regenerative ranching brands such as Force of Nature. How Force of Nature's mission is in alignment to act as stewards of the land and honor these animals. CAFO's negative impact on not only animals but also communities as it focuses more on agro-business than it does on agriculture. Earl Butz The dark history of the agriculture industry and the moment it shifted with the USDA during the mid-1900s. Conscious Capitalism by John Mackey and Rajendra Sisodia Their experience of several companies coming to them and wanting to purchase EPIC Provisions for all the wrong reasons. What impressed them the most about the people they met at General Mills and their whole experience. All that they are doing to bring greater awareness to the ethical choices consumers have available to them by holding educational events. How to vote with your wallet to ensure that big-name brands recognize that customers will no longer tolerate CAFO meat. The intentional disconnection that the food industry has been implementing in our society ever since the industrial revolution. [29:20] The Actual Cost of Buying Meat & Poultry Why feeding their children natural, clean food is the most important thing for them. Fertility issues that are becoming more and more evident due to the pollution in our environment. Why eating meat or poultry doesn't actually cost more money: breaking down the difference between perceived and real costs. The devastating impact of polluting and poisoning our natural resources and the cost of that on our future as we witness more scarcity and less stability. Breaking down the impact of Bill Gates becoming the largest private farmland owner in the USA. The real costs of eating low-cost junk and CAFO food compared to the natural regenerative and healthy products that our bodies actually crave and need. Why each of us has the responsibility to choose how we spend our money and whether or not we want to consciously live a healthier lifestyle. [43:20] Omnivorous Truth: Bill Gates + Synthetic Meat The fact that Bill Gates recently became the largest private farmland owner in the United States. The constant flow of money from both the left and right sides to keep Big Food doing what they're doing. Why it's so vital for consumers to become independent thinkers and stop the myths and lies they've been told to about food. Bill and Melinda Gates' divorce puts massive farmland holdings in focus The biggest lies that people are being told about food and the real cost of what they're buying from big brands. Bill Gates is the biggest private owner of farmland in the United States. Why? The truth about influencers like the Kardashians and the fact that they are being paid millions of dollars to promote fake meat to their audience. Bill Gates' purchase of North Dakota farmland has locals ‘livid': official Honest statistics that only 1% of the American population has actually gone to a farm directly to purchase their produce and/or meat. The dark side of the plant-based focused food industry. Unpacking the devastating impact of tilling farmland for canola, soy, and other industrial crops for animals such as baby deer, birds, snakes, and more. [51:30] Healing with Regenerative Ranching The Life Cycle assessment they did on the cradle to grave carbon cycle impact in regenerative agriculture. What the plant industry's carbon impact from farming to products like the Impossible Burger actually is compared to traditional farming and a regenerative beef burger. Why carbon is not the enemy but we have broken the carbon cycle and that is what is harming our environment. What we need to do to help heal our soils and create greater biodiversity to help improve the cycle carbon and allow the planet to thrive again. The deep emotional distress that many farmers are going through that even some have committed suicide because of the impact of private owners like Bill Gates buying their farmland. Force of Nature's mission to grow an abundance of hope for farmers and replace the current vicious cycle with a more virtuous one. The fact that the number of American farmers committing suicide is higher than veterans who return from war. How people can get started supporting local farmers and regenerative ranching today. [1:00:00] The Detrimental Effects of Veganism 349 Ronnie Landis | Rethinking Veganism: The 10 Year Journey Back Home The detrimental effects of veganism, as experienced firsthand by Taylor and his wife, who experienced numerous health issues before adding meat back into her diet. Why they previously thought a raw food diet and juices were going to help them heal but their health actually became worse as time went on. The different products they currently sell at Force of Nature and why beef sticks or meat snacks are not in their plans for the present and near future. How to stick true to your values and adapt despite inflation and recession to stay true and aligned with yourself. The cost we all pay when we stop focusing on self-care and loving ourselves through daily wellness practices. What they're most excited about with this new awakening post-COVID for farmers and communities. How to live life well according to Taylor and Robby. Upcoming events at Force of Nature and Roam to help connect people. Power Quotes From The Show Omnivorous Truth: Starving with Our Bellings Full "As a culture, as a species, we are starving with our bellies full. We are seeing plummeting fertility rates, chronic diseases, obesity, and children are dying. That is why we should all be caring and having this conversation that looks directly back at our food and the land on which everything is dependent upon." - Taylor Collins Revealing Food Industry Lies "Big Food, Big Agriculture, Big Oil, Big Chemical, and Big Pharma are all tied together in our food system and they support the left side party, the right side party, and all that flow of money says, 'Don't mess up this machine.' If you look at what's going on with social media and the internet as they try to censor conversations, we need consumers to break out of their mold and become independent thinkers to stop allowing themselves to perpetuate the myths and the lies that they have been fed for years and to look at what's really happening in the food industry. A value meal at Chic-fil-A is more expensive than buying regenerative protein and whole vegetables to make a meal together as a family." - Robby Sansom Healing with Regenerative Ranching "If my wife was still vegan today she would either be dead or in a wheelchair. We ditched the vegan diet and began to eat in an evolutionary consistent manner. Within days, years of symptoms we had just went away." - Taylor Collins Links From Today's Show  Taylor Collins Robby Sansom Where Hope Grows Podcast EPIC Provisions: How This Husband + Wife Went From Being Vegan To Starting A Meat-Based Snack Brand These Founders Sold Their Food Company for a Reported $100 Million. All They Had to Do Was Survive a Long Series of Business Disasters 179 Josh Tickell: Kiss The Ground 352 Zach Bush MD: Saving The Soil, Saving Humanity. Earl Butz Conscious Capitalism by John Mackey and Rajendra Sisodia Bill and Melinda Gates' divorce puts massive farmland holdings in focus EPIC Provisions: How This Husband + Wife Went From Being Vegan To Starting A Meat-Based Snack Brand Bill Gates is the biggest private owner of farmland in the United States. Why? These Founders Sold Their Food Company for a Reported $100 Million. All They Had to Do Was Survive a Long Series of Business Disasters Bill Gates' purchase of North Dakota farmland has locals ‘livid': official 349 Ronnie Landis | Rethinking Veganism: The 10 Year Journey Back Home Shop the Wellness Force Store breathwork.io Paleovalley – Save 15% on your ACV Complex with the code ‘JOSH' Seeking Health - Save 10% with the code 'JOSH' Organifi – Special 20% off to our listeners with the code ‘WELLNESSFORCE' Drink LMNT – Zero Sugar Hydration: Get your free LMNT Sample Pack, you only cover the cost of shipping Botanic Tonics – Save 40% when you use the code ‘WELLNESS40' Essential Oil Wizardry: Save 10% with the code 'WELLNESSFORCE' Cured Nutrition – Get 15% off of your order when you visit wellnessforce.com/cured + use the code ‘WELLNESSFORCE' M21 Wellness Guide Wellness Force Community Leave Wellness Force a review on iTunes Force of Nature - Use code "JOSH" for 10% off your first order Facebook Instagram YouTube Roam Ranch Instagram YouTube About Force of Nature Robby Sansom | Co-Founder / CEO / Land Steward at Force of Nature Meats Taylor Collins | Founder of EPIC Provisions, Practiced Land Steward  Roam Ranch is located in the heart of the majestic hill country, roam ranch sits on 600 acres of awe inspiring river bottom land on the outskirts of Fredericksburg, Tx. Started by first generation farmers, Katie and Taylor's journey into ranching was based on a vision to positively impact large-scale agriculture through producing nourishing food that improves the lives of animals, enriches the health of consumers, and regenerates the land on which we depend. Like much of the world, this once-fertile region has been industrially farmed for the past 100 years. Through persistent tilling of soil, planting of monoculture row crops, and overgrazing, ROAM Ranch was not capable of producing food upon its purchase. Land in this condition is often deemed "unsalvageable" and in many circumstances further degenerates with rest- but we are going to prove otherwise. Force of Nature Meats partners with regenerative ranchers to bring you the best meat on the planet, for the planet.  With the intention to accelerate the creation of a global regenerative supply network. Never before has a company founded in the principles of regenerative agriculture curated a vast collection of land stewards, ranchers, and farmers who are committed to creating a positive return on the planet. Force of Nature now exists to give consumers the ability to vote for environmental regeneration by consuming meat that is actually good for the planet.

The Shepherdess
“UNBELIEVABLE!!” RANCHERS RUSH TO SELL CATTLE AMID DROUGHT IN TEXAS

The Shepherdess

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 5:56


The drought hit a turning point in Texas last weekend as ranchers made a mad dash to the sale barns, liquidating unprecedented amounts of beef cattle. BUY THE BOOKS HERE: http://bit.ly/ShepherdessMERCH Join my Newsletter: http://bit.ly/ShepherdessNWSLTR EMAIL: shepherdess (at) harmonyfarms.blog Cattle industry leader Corbitt Wall, host of the FEEDER FLASH at NationalBeefWire.com gives an update on drought conditions across Texas. In his words, the effects of this drought combined with economic factors (fuel and fertilizer prices) are "unbelievable" with 3 mile line of trailers for the dropoff line at Emory Texas sale barn. The sale barn received such a surplus that they were auctioning off cattle through 5am the next morning. This sale barn was 30 miles south of me. My local sale barn was packed and I was an eyewitness to these unbelievable lines.. It is real. -the Shepherdess Support the show

The Shepherdess
TIPS FOR WEATHERING THE RECESSION.

The Shepherdess

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 14:42


Be a part of the next livestream at FarmerMeetup.com I hope this episode helps you in your small farming journey!-the Shepherdess-------------------------------------- "Buy me a Coffee" to Support my Channel: https://bit.ly/ShphrdssCOFFEE READ MY BLOG: http://bit.ly/ShepherdessBLOG FOLLOW MY INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/ShepherdessIG SHOP MY MERCH: http://bit.ly/ShepherdessMERCH About this Podcast:  This channel chronicles my journey as a sheep farmer from the very beginning. My primary occupation is in business management. In 2020, I discovered the principles of regenerative agriculture and embarked on a journey with the end goal of building a profitable small farm on 23 acres by 2027. Thank you for joining the journey!Support the show

Conscious Profits Unfiltered with Sebastian Naum
Regenerative Farming & The World's Best Steak w/ First Light Farms CEO, Jason Ross

Conscious Profits Unfiltered with Sebastian Naum

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 40:30


Whatup fam, Today I had on First Light Farms founder, Jason Ross who we call “Jace.” If you're into high-quality top-notch grass-fed beef, I'm sure you're already a fan of First Light. A brand that can be found in Bristol Farms, Lassens, and tons of other natural grocers, and now even at Ralph's in some areas.  With some of the top cuts in the world found in their Steak Club and just a few of some of the highest-end steak restaurants in the world. First Light Farms was founded by Jason and a couple of friends frustrated with the traditional meat value chain.  They had cut their teeth in the industry and were unhappy with the lack of transparency and the commodity mindset.  They also identified a problem they thought they could solve – beef with the consistency, tenderness, and succulence of grain-fed, raised on grass without any nasty and unhealthy inputs.  So Jason and his friends set about inventing 100% grass-fed wagyu beef, and they created a value chain to seamlessly connect consumers who care, with groups of like-minded farmers. Guys, there's a reason why Forbes calls it the best beef in the world. If you're someone who's interested in regenerative farming, conscious consumerism or perhaps just the best freaking steak in the world, we got it all in this episode! And hey if you get value from the show please share it with a friend, tag me on social and definitely subscribe. It means the world to me.  I appreciate you spending your time with us. Enjoy the show! Show notes as a general guide below. Somewhat in order and not written in perfect grammar because we want you to actually listen to the show! Jason's last oh shit moment Jason and First Light's commitment to the ethical raising of cattle,  commitment to quality and regenerative farming practices. Was there a time for you in the past when the ethical raising of animals didn't even cross your mind or has this been a thing for you since you were a young kid? Commodity grass-fed vs growing to order. American history on glyphosate. How do you see this situation in an analogous way when it comes to grain-fed animals and the way animals are raised for consumption in the US? Is this a cultural thing? Where did we go wrong in America? At what point does America start mass-producing food? Corn subsidies. Cheap and cheerful production. Re-emergence of grass-fed. Tell us about First Light Farms. What is it and why did you create it? In large cities, farmers are basically people that live in our imaginations, what are your family of farmers actually like? What is your relationship with them and how much do they care about your practices vs just making money? Equitable distribution of value in the chain. Wagyu Vs Kobe beef. What is the life cycle of cattle that is pasture-raised and grass-fed vs that of grain-fed cattle? Why is grass-fed so expensive? There is a lot of talk about Venison and other game animals. Can you share a bit about game animals from a nutritional standpoint and also from an environmental standpoint?  I love learning about regenerative farming. Give us your definition of it.  Why is regenerative farming being talked about so much as one of the solutions to our ecological crisis? Meat consumption plays a big role in environmental impact. What is your take on this? First Light Farms Steak club. Jason shares his top two traits for a conscious leader to embody. Check out https://www.firstlight.farm/ and connect with them on Instagram! Connect with Sebastian on Instagram SebastianNaum.com  

Accidental Gods
Trees, Trees, Trees! How we can grow food around, within and on them - with Ben Raskin

Accidental Gods

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 69:45


Ben is head of Horticulture and Forestry at the Soil Association.  Author or co-author of eight books including Zero Waste Gargenind, The Woodchip Handbook and The AgroForestry Handbook, Ben holds specialist knowledge and experience that includes Community Supported Agriculture, woodchip, and starting up new horticultural businesses.All told, he has been working in horticulture for more than 25 years and has been with the Soil Association since 2006.During that time he has chaired the DEFRA Edibles Horticulture Roundtable, sat on the boards of the Organic Growers Alliance and Community Supported Agriculture Network UK, and on the committee of the Farm Woodland Forum.His own experience includes running a walled garden in Sussex supplying a Michelin starred restaurant, working for Garden Organic at their gardens in Kent and running the 10-acre horticultural production at Daylesford Organic Farm, before moving to the Welsh College of Horticulture as commercial manager.More recently he is project managing an agroforestry planting at Helen Browning's farm in Wiltshire and has acted as Horticultural Advisor and Board Member for the Community Farm near Bristol.This conversation follows on from the one on Regenerative Farming with Caroline Grindod, as part of our ongoing exploration of how we can transform our food and farming systems, heading for the complete paradigm shift that we need to an entirely new system and a new way of being in the world, while allowing farmers, growers and ordinary people to continue to flourish in the existing system. Ben is at the heart of an agro-forestry revolution in the UK and abroad, experimenting and gathering data and experience in the planting of trees as we move deeper into a changing climate. We talk about the practical implications of working with trees that, by their nature, require long term thinking and planning. We learn of the mistakes that have been made, and the accidental discoveries of things that work. We explore the changing face of farming, and how agro-forestry, sylvo-pasture and other ways of farming with trees can transform modern agriculture from being part of the problem, to being part of the solution. Ben's WebsiteBen at the Soil Association Ben at the Sustainable Food TrustBen at LinkedInBen's BooksThe Woodchip HandbookPlant a Tree and Save the WorldZero Waste GardeningBooks mentioned by Ben The Reindeer ChroniclesBarn ClubEvents and Organisations: The Farm Woodland Forum 

The Shepherdess
WHAT IT COST ME TO GROW MY OWN BEEF // Raising Grass Fed Beef as a Beginner

The Shepherdess

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 9:35


Buy SALAD BAR BEEF book: http://bit.ly/ShepherdessMERCH FREE BEGINNER GUIDE to Raising Grassfed Beef: https://bit.ly/GrassfedBeef101 BEEF STEERS FOR SALE: https://bit.ly/BeefSteer4Sale In 2020 I read Salad Bar Beef by Joel Salatin. 2 years later I came full circle when I picked up 27 boxes of GRASS FED BEEF (that I grew as an absolute beginner farmer) from the processor. This video outline how I raised my first beef steer, how much it costs, and what the Grassfed beef beef tasted like! Thank you for your support on this journey! -the Shepherdess Join my Newsletter: http://bit.ly/ShepherdessNWSLTR FOLLOW MY INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/ShepherdessIG Credits to MAXKO MusicBeginner Guide to raising Grassfed beef The Best breed for raising Grassfed beef How much land do you need to raise Grass fed beef? What is the best cow to raise for meat? Raising your own cow for meat. How to raise a cow for meat Micro Ranching for ProfitSupport the show

FORward Radio program archives
The Climate Report #337 Regenerative Farming in Kenya and the USA

FORward Radio program archives

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 28:54


I had a chance to speak with a group of Kenyans about farming. Here's what I had to say. It applies to the US, just as well. If we farm regeneratively, and/or get our food from farmers who do so, then we will experience a range of benefits, in terms of nutrition, water quality, climate and community wealth building. I recommend rotational grazing of livestock and practicing the principles of soil health in our crop fields and vegetable gardens.

LEVELS – A Whole New Level
#145 - Big Ag feeds into Big Pharma: Metabolic health benefits from regenerative farming | Dr. Robert Lustig & Ben Grynol

LEVELS – A Whole New Level

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 55:55


Since metabolic health is downstream of food production, we need regenerative farming, balanced ecosystems, and to lift the veil of Big Food's marketing schemes in order to optimize the entire system. Look for multiple new shows per week on A Whole New Level, where we have in-depth conversations about metabolic health and how the Levels startup team builds a wellness movement from the ground up in the health and wellness tech industry.

Accidental Gods
Weaving with the Land: The future of regenerative farming with Caroline Grindrod

Accidental Gods

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 69:20


Caroline Grindrod is a consultant and coach in regenerative systems and leadership. Along with background in environmental conservation and upland land management, holistic management and experience in designing sustainable and regenerative food businesses, Caroline has a lifelong passion for personal development, wild spaces and a growing interest in regenerative leadership.She draws upon that diverse range of skills and experience to offer an ever-evolving and truly unique approach to working with ‘keystone' people in food and farming.Our climate is changing month on month, year on year. Growing food has always been precarious, but never more so than now. Our global food system lacks resilience and people are starving in greater numbers than ever.  If we believe the answer is not in yet more chemical inputs, or in growing food in vats that distance people ever more from the heart of the land, how can we foster resilient systems that enable people to heal our damaged landscapes while still growing good, nutritious, health-full food.  First of two episodes exploring regenerative farming in practice. The second is with Ben Raskin in 2 weeks' time. Roots of NatureWilder CulturePrimal MeatsCaroline at LinkedInWe Are Carbon  (Caroline has featured on this podcast, and recommends it) 

The Shepherdess
Why I Don't Rasie St. Croix Sheep | Comparing Dorper and St. Croix Hair Sheep Breeds

The Shepherdess

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 9:35


DOWNLOAD MY FREE Sheep Farming E-book: https://bit.ly/SheepEBOOK St. Croix sheep are the most parasite resistant breed, so why don't I raise them on my farm? This video describes why I raise Dorper sheep instead of St. Croix sheep as a meat production breed. Join my Newsletter: http://bit.ly/ShepherdessNWSLTR FOLLOW MY INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/ShepherdessIG -the Shepherdess Support the show

The Art of Being Well
Nick Green: Top Tips For Healthy Eating On A Budget + Why Regenerative Farming & Sustainability Are A Must

The Art of Being Well

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 58:32 Very Popular


Thrive Market co-founder and CEO, Nick Green joins us to discuss the best ways to eat healthy on a budget, what it means to live sustainably and why regenerative farming is the future. We also see just how deep our connection with the planet goes and why conventional products hurt not just our health, but the Earth we all call home Learn more: www.drwillcole.com.   Sponsors: Athleticgreens.com/willcole for a free one year supply of vitamin D and to give AG1 a try Paleovalley.com code DRWILL for 15% off your order Botanictonics.com code WILLCOLE for 40% off Munkpack.com code WILLCOLE for 20% off your first purchase Junaworld.com code WILLCOLE for 20% off   Produced by Dear Media.

The Better Behavior Show with Dr. Nicole Beurkens
Episode 214: Can We Eat Quality Meat and Still Protect the Environment?

The Better Behavior Show with Dr. Nicole Beurkens

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 49:54


My guest this week is Autumn Smith In this episode, Autumn and I discuss the hot topic of meat consumption… It's time to upgrade your thinking around meat and the quality you consume. The issues around agriculture, animal farming, soil health, and more are some of the most pressing of our time. We all need to understand what's actually happening in this realm versus what mainstream media is touting as it's having a major impact on our children now and definitely will impact their future. And that's why I brought back my guest Autumn Smith to update us and help us understand what's happening in the world currently around meat and how we can ensure the best options for our families while supporting the environment through regenerative practices.  Let's talk about practices (and companies) that truly care about the planet AND the health of our population. Autumn Smith is the co-founder of Paleovalley and Wild Pastures, holds a Master's in Holistic Nutrition, is a certified Eating Psychology coach and a certified FDN practitioner. Her passion for health began with her own struggles with IBS and anxiety. Despite a career as a professional dancer and celebrity fitness trainer, Autumn's own health was in shambles. Desperate for a cure, she and her husband stumbled onto the Paleo diet in 2011, and within a month of beginning it, her health was completely transformed. She made it her mission to share the information she learned with as many people as possible. She's the co-founder of Paleovalley, an organic whole food supplement and paleo snack food company. And in 2018, she took things a step further and launched Wild Pastures, a regenerative pasture-based meat delivery service. Wild Pastures make supporting sustainable agriculture and local small farms easy for consumers. On the personal side, Autumn lives in Colorado with her husband and young son Maverick.     Connect with Autumn Smith: Insta:@Paleovalley Facebook: @Lovepaleovalley Website: Paleovalley.com       Episode Timeline:   Introduction to Autumn Smith … 00:01:42 Narrative of Meat Being a Health Problem, is it True? … 00:04:33    Why Meat is Important for Human Health … 00:11:30 Picky Eating & Vegetarian/Vegan Diets … 00:17:18  What's Wrong with Most Animal Agriculture? … 00:23:13 Problems with the Industrialized Farming System … 00:28:33 How Regenerative Farming Affects the Nutrients of Our Food … 00:33:10 Greenwashing & Buzz Words for Meat Products … 00:38:40 Making Regenerative Foods Available & Affordable to Everyone … 00:42:35 Net-Positive Effects of Regenerative Farming on the Environment … 00:47:00 Discount and Episode Wrap Up … 00:48:15       Need help with improving your child's behavior naturally? My book Life Will Get Better is available for purchase, click here to learn more. Looking for more? Check out my Blog and Workshops. Interested in becoming a patient? Contact us here. Instagram Facebook Drbeurkens.com

Bulletproof Radio
Meat Myths: Truth, Lies and Flawed Science – Autumn Smith : 950

Bulletproof Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 61:29 Very Popular


TWO SPECIAL OFFERS FOR LISTENERS OF THE HUMAN UPGRADE! Visit https://paleovalley.com/humanupgrade to get your first 10-pack of meat sticks for only $4.99 + shipping.Visit https://wildpastures.com/dave to get a special discount for a limited time on regenerative meat delivery.IN THIS EPISODE OF THE HUMAN UPGRADE™...…you'll learn how eating meat benefits human health, including protein specifics and the clear advantages of regenerative agriculture.Today's guest suffered from debilitating digestive issues and crippling anxiety for most of her life. Specialist after specialist told Autumn Smith nothing could be done to alleviate her physical and mental health distress.As a last-ditch effort, she turned to the power of whole foods. She cleaned up her diet with Paleo-inspired eating and improved her gut in just 30 days. The changes also decreased her anxiety, increased her mental sharpness, and discovered her inner vibrancy. That experience propelled Autumn to help others capture the power of whole foods through quality food products produced by regenerative agricultural practices.In 2013, she and her husband, Chas, along with another family member and friend, launched Paleovalley. They built a company dedicated to helping people get essential nutrients without added sugars, grains, and other harmful ingredients. With meat being the central focus of their business, they set out to learn all they could about production and regenerative farming.In 2018, they launched Wild Pastures, a regenerative meat delivery service, and recently opened Wild Pastures Burger Company, their flagship fast casual burger restaurant in Boulder, Colorado.This conservation gets into the problems with current methods of animal agriculture and possible solutions. You'll find out more about the nutritional differences of animal products depending on how they're raised. Autumn says meat labels can be tricky, too, so she breaks down the jargon and tells you what to look for and what to avoid.Autumn advocates for meat's many advantages and works to dispel the myths that continue to persist about meat consumption. From soil to farming to raising animals humanely, building community and managing economies, Autumn talks about how to make choices that are right for you and everything around you.More about Autumn Smith: Autumn holds a master's in Holistic Nutrition and currently is a doctoral candidate in Holistic Nutrition. She's a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner, an Eating Psychology Coach certified by the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, and received Soil Advocacy Training by Kiss The Ground. She hosts the popular Optimize Paleo podcast.WE APPRECIATE OUR PARTNERS. CHECK THEM OUT!Control Blood Glucose: https://pendulumlife.com, sign up for membership to get monthly supply delivery, use code DAVE20 to save $20 on your first shipmentFitness Center of the Future: Check out franchise opportunities for biohackers at https://ownanupgradelabs.comMust-Have Magnesium: https://magbreakthrough.com/DAVE, use code DAVE10 to get a 10% discountSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.