1 hr 20 min

Precious Phiri, African Coordinator for Regeneration International 6-24-2020 The Women of Regenerative Ag: Transforming the Health of the Soil, Land & People

    • Natural Sciences

PreciousPhiri is a small holder farmer, regenerative agriculture practitioner and trainer based in Zimbabwe. She is an accredited Field Professional for Holistic Management Education for Communities by the Savory Institute. She works with rural communities through her organization EarthWisdom, as well as other partners both in southern and east Africa to regenerate degraded communal lands. Precious is the African Coordinator for Regeneration International and is a part of their steering committee. Her role is to connect with other regenerative work going on in the African region, to continue bringing this work to the global movement.Highlights of this episode include:1. The impact of Covid on Zimbabwe and how the communities are managing.2. Why holistic management requires a shift in consciousness and is not regenerative/high impact grazing.3. The art of cohesive communal planning within diverse patriarchal cultures & tribes. 4. Why evoking power, honor, and nobility from a community is vital to creating their lasting sovereignty.5. Why the biggest blockage in the regenerative movement is actually professional and institutional egos.

PreciousPhiri is a small holder farmer, regenerative agriculture practitioner and trainer based in Zimbabwe. She is an accredited Field Professional for Holistic Management Education for Communities by the Savory Institute. She works with rural communities through her organization EarthWisdom, as well as other partners both in southern and east Africa to regenerate degraded communal lands. Precious is the African Coordinator for Regeneration International and is a part of their steering committee. Her role is to connect with other regenerative work going on in the African region, to continue bringing this work to the global movement.Highlights of this episode include:1. The impact of Covid on Zimbabwe and how the communities are managing.2. Why holistic management requires a shift in consciousness and is not regenerative/high impact grazing.3. The art of cohesive communal planning within diverse patriarchal cultures & tribes. 4. Why evoking power, honor, and nobility from a community is vital to creating their lasting sovereignty.5. Why the biggest blockage in the regenerative movement is actually professional and institutional egos.

1 hr 20 min

Top Podcasts In Natural Sciences