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Sustainable agriculture meets Aboriginal land management. What can be hunted, grown & gathered while addressing how we produce and eat food with great stories from the globe.

Wildfood from the Rangelands HMO Pod Network

    • Naturwissenschaften

Sustainable agriculture meets Aboriginal land management. What can be hunted, grown & gathered while addressing how we produce and eat food with great stories from the globe.

    Wildfood from the Rangelands – Episode 21 – The Medical Model

    Wildfood from the Rangelands – Episode 21 – The Medical Model

    The following podcast was written in discussion with my friend N, some months before she died.  I have tried to be true to her words and experience. I present it with love and gratitude for the time we shared. ‘Life has no opposite. The opposite of death is birth. Life is eternal.’  Erkhart Tolle ‘there’s a […]

    • 22 Min.
    Wildfood from the Rangelands – Episode 20 -Love Your Soil and It Will Love You Back

    Wildfood from the Rangelands – Episode 20 -Love Your Soil and It Will Love You Back

    When too much soil biology is not enough! More of the good news about fungi and some great information from soil biologist, Dr Christine Jones with some down-to-earth words from Vasse’s own compost and worm king, Brent Burns from Landsave Organics.

    • 18 Min.
    Wildfood from the Rangelands – Episode 19 – Ron Watkins, Legend of the the Great Southern

    Wildfood from the Rangelands – Episode 19 – Ron Watkins, Legend of the the Great Southern

    Ron Watkins is the Australian national hero you have never heard of – he is a prophet for our times. Ron and Sue have been working out how to farm using natural processes in the Great Southern region of WA since the 1970’s.  Payneham Vale Organics, the Watkin’s 560 hectare farm, is a textbook example of the […]

    • 20 Min.
    Wildfood from the Rangelands – Episode 18 -Black and White and Organic

    Wildfood from the Rangelands – Episode 18 -Black and White and Organic

    What does a meeting between Aboriginal and colonial descendants in Midland, Perth have to do with the state of Organic farming in WA and Australia? Listen – and all will become clear.

    • 19 Min.
    Wildfood from the Rangelands – Episode 17 -The Kojonup Factor

    Wildfood from the Rangelands – Episode 17 -The Kojonup Factor

    A tale of opportunity lost and potential opportunity recognised, in a corner of the wheatbelt.

    • 19 Min.
    Wildfood from the Rangelands – Episode 16 – The BS

    Wildfood from the Rangelands – Episode 16 – The BS

    The BS – Podcast 15 – In which Amanda reflects on the way language is adapting to reflect the changing landscape of health and wellbeing thinking and practices.

    • 20 Min.

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