“You know it’s a system that a lot of parts of Europe never went to and that is why their nutrient density in their food is so much higher. You don’t see the crazy rates of obesity in these places. Like Italians eat pasta every day, almost no one has celiac because their pasta is not sprayed with a bunch of crap. They have really high integrity for their food quality.”
In this episode Lindsey Bennett from Bene Terre Farm joins Rachel to talk about how Lindsey and her family transitioned from their Colorado life to farm living in Missouri. They dive into the process that is allowing for this earth-friendly farm to take shape, along with what the vision is once the farm is self-sustaining and they are able to let it flow through its seasons.
The Bene Terre Farm is a small market farm focusing on biodiversity soil health, land regeneration, and is environmentally conscious in their farming practices. You too can follow the journey through Instagram and soon the Bene Terre farm website.
Link to Lee’s Summit farmer’s market where you can find products from the farm:
As promised here are links to the books discussed in this episode.
Strega Nona’s Harvest by Tomie dePaola
A New Earth: Awakening To Your Life's Purpose by Eckhart Tolle
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