The Regenerative Journey podcast is a must for anyone who is curious about regenerative agriculture and the wide ranging and significant benefits of its adoption and practice, not just for farming communities but also for anyone who eats food and cares for the planet!
Episode 25 | David Pocock | His Journey From World Class Sportsman to Regenerative Champion
Charlie's guest for EP25 is David Pocock. David has been named one of the top rugby players of all time, however his skills & interests go far beyond the international Rugby stage. Growing up on a Zimbabwean farm David's interest in human & Natural ecology has been nurtured from a young age. When his family fled Zimbabwe in 2008 he brought his love of the landscape to Australia with him. David has since juggled his rugby career & advocacy for regenerative agriculture in both Australia & in Zimbabwe.
Episode 24 | Charlie Arnott | From Little Things Big Things Grow
In the first Episode of Series 3 podcast host Charlie Arnott picks up the mic and shares his thoughts and insights into the world of regenerative agriculture currently and identifies some key trends and areas of growth to watch in 2021. The episode also includes a preview of what's in store in the upcoming series. If the growing interest in the regen movement is anything to go by, then you would be strongly advised to fasten those seat belts and get ready for a powerful & life altering Series 3!
Part 2 | Tommy Herschell | Teacher, mentor & story farmer
In part 2, Tommy dives further into the workshops he facilitates, runs through his 'Form guide for a fellla', and pulls apart the myth of the 'male code' or 'mens lore' using his own experiences and insights.
Part 1 | Tommy Herschell | Teacher, mentor & story farmer
Tommy Herschell is well placed to facilitate workshops that break down the myth that men and boys can't talk about their feelings and problems, given his own experiences as a boy and young man. In this interview he courageously dives deep into his past, from a reliance on alcohol to help douse the pain of various childhood experiences, to now facilitating workshops to help males rewrite their stories of what it is to be a man, and societies expectation of them.
Chris Eggert | Paving a future for Australian regenerative family farming
Charlie attended university with 4th generation dairy farmer Chris Eggert. They picked up right where they left off with a lighthearted and deep dive into Chris's life and regenerative journey. He is regarded as one of the best dairy farmers in Australia and his ability to adapt general regenerative practices is an example of success. His philosophies are driven by logic, courage and positivity that continues the legacy of a family farm any farmer would be proud of.
Episode 21 | Hamish Mackay | Australian elder statesman of Biodynamics and Regenerative Farming
Charlie has interviewed Hamish Mackay many times for his Youtube channel and this interview is a poignant reminder that whilst the principles of regenerative agriculture, and specifically Biodynamics, remain the same, its application and adaption to landscapes and communities is ever changing and definitely on the rise. Hamish takes listeners for a ride into the world of Biodynamics, leaving us with very practical and compelling steps we can take to produce better food and improve the health of our planet