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Looking to our Indigenous Past for a Regenerative Future, with Nathalie Kelley New Food Order

    • Business

From food and agriculture to fashion and economics, 'regenerative’ has become a buzzword over the last few years. But regeneration is not a new concept at all. It is a paradigm and set of agricultural practices that indigenous peoples have practiced for millenia. 


This week, Danielle and Louisa speak about looking to our indigenous past for a regenerative future with Nathalie Kelley, an actress of Quechua descent, most recently starring in the #1 Netflix series The Baker and the Beauty and the Fast & the Furious movie series. With a background in social science and policy, Nathalie strives to tell stories that educate and inspire. She is on the boards of both Kiss The Ground and the Fungí Foundation, using her platform to elevate Indigenous wisdom and technologies as a means of coming back into justice and harmony with our ecosystems. She is in deep devotion and service to the entire web of life, advocating in particular for the health of our soil, water, the fungí and forests. Her mission is the preservation of biodiversity, including cultural and myco-diversity on the planet. 


In this powerful, inspiring, and, at times, heartbreaking conversation, we discuss:


The human and environmental costs of our climate crisis and industrial agriculture The connection between personal health and planetary healthWhy and what we can learn from indigenous peoples to build a regenerative future and feed the worldIndigenous and low tech solutions to combating climate change issuesNathalie’s regenerative learning journey Tips for starting your own regenerative learning journeyPractical changes we can make in our everyday lives

Warning: Some of what is shared in this episode may be upsetting or could be triggering, especially for Indigenous listeners.


Links & Resources:


Fungi Foundation: https://www.ffungi.org/


Kiss The Ground (documentary & movement): https://kissthegroundmovie.com/


SEED, the untold story (documentary): https://www.seedthemovie.com/


Ninth Revolution (book by Professor Sayed Azam-Ali): https://sayedazamali.com/?page_id=47


Ernst Gotsch - syntropic farming founder: https://believe.earth/en/ernst-gotsch-the-creator-of-the-real-green-revolution/


Ecosystem Restoration Camps: https://ecosystemrestorationcamps.org/


New Food Order is brought to you by agfunder.com and foodtechconnect.com 


Subscribe to our newsletters that track all of the business, tech, and investment trends in food: https://tinyurl.com/nfonewsletters


Follow up on Instagram: @newfoodorderpod


Follow us on Linkedin: @agfunder & @foodtechconnect


This series is sponsored by New Hope Network & Foodshot Global.


New Hope Network


New Hope Network is a media, events and business intelligence company, covering natural products trends, industry insights and marketplace data that educate the industry about key issues, like regenerative agriculture, sustainability, responsible sourcing and more. Visit newhope.com.


FoodShot Global


FoodShot leverages resources from investors around the world to provide non-dilutive, equity, and post-investment capacities to innovators. Find out more at foodshot.org.


New Food Order is brought to you by AgFunder and Food+Tech Connect. Visit agfunder.com and foodtechconnect.com to find out more.


Production: Cofruition, Anna de Wolff, Pamela Rothenberg


Audio Editing: Mercy Barno


Original Music: Rodrigo Barbera


Art: Lola Nankin & Rekai E. Campbell


Project Management: Patrick Carter

From food and agriculture to fashion and economics, 'regenerative’ has become a buzzword over the last few years. But regeneration is not a new concept at all. It is a paradigm and set of agricultural practices that indigenous peoples have practiced for millenia. 


This week, Danielle and Louisa speak about looking to our indigenous past for a regenerative future with Nathalie Kelley, an actress of Quechua descent, most recently starring in the #1 Netflix series The Baker and the Beauty and the Fast & the Furious movie series. With a background in social science and policy, Nathalie strives to tell stories that educate and inspire. She is on the boards of both Kiss The Ground and the Fungí Foundation, using her platform to elevate Indigenous wisdom and technologies as a means of coming back into justice and harmony with our ecosystems. She is in deep devotion and service to the entire web of life, advocating in particular for the health of our soil, water, the fungí and forests. Her mission is the preservation of biodiversity, including cultural and myco-diversity on the planet. 


In this powerful, inspiring, and, at times, heartbreaking conversation, we discuss:


The human and environmental costs of our climate crisis and industrial agriculture The connection between personal health and planetary healthWhy and what we can learn from indigenous peoples to build a regenerative future and feed the worldIndigenous and low tech solutions to combating climate change issuesNathalie’s regenerative learning journey Tips for starting your own regenerative learning journeyPractical changes we can make in our everyday lives

Warning: Some of what is shared in this episode may be upsetting or could be triggering, especially for Indigenous listeners.


Links & Resources:


Fungi Foundation: https://www.ffungi.org/


Kiss The Ground (documentary & movement): https://kissthegroundmovie.com/


SEED, the untold story (documentary): https://www.seedthemovie.com/


Ninth Revolution (book by Professor Sayed Azam-Ali): https://sayedazamali.com/?page_id=47


Ernst Gotsch - syntropic farming founder: https://believe.earth/en/ernst-gotsch-the-creator-of-the-real-green-revolution/


Ecosystem Restoration Camps: https://ecosystemrestorationcamps.org/


New Food Order is brought to you by agfunder.com and foodtechconnect.com 


Subscribe to our newsletters that track all of the business, tech, and investment trends in food: https://tinyurl.com/nfonewsletters


Follow up on Instagram: @newfoodorderpod


Follow us on Linkedin: @agfunder & @foodtechconnect


This series is sponsored by New Hope Network & Foodshot Global.


New Hope Network


New Hope Network is a media, events and business intelligence company, covering natural products trends, industry insights and marketplace data that educate the industry about key issues, like regenerative agriculture, sustainability, responsible sourcing and more. Visit newhope.com.


FoodShot Global


FoodShot leverages resources from investors around the world to provide non-dilutive, equity, and post-investment capacities to innovators. Find out more at foodshot.org.


New Food Order is brought to you by AgFunder and Food+Tech Connect. Visit agfunder.com and foodtechconnect.com to find out more.


Production: Cofruition, Anna de Wolff, Pamela Rothenberg


Audio Editing: Mercy Barno


Original Music: Rodrigo Barbera


Art: Lola Nankin & Rekai E. Campbell


Project Management: Patrick Carter

1 hr 1 min

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