This is a show for professional growers and agronomists who want to learn about the science and principles of regenerative agriculture systems to increase quality, yield, and profitability.
Episode #67: Jesse Frost
Jesse Frost is the Co-Owner of Rough Draft Farmstead in central Kentucky and host of the No-Till Market Garden Podcast. Jesse shares his experience as a farmer with John, giving listeners an in-depth understanding of no-till market gardening.
Episode #66: Jon Stika
Jon Stika is a writer, agronomist, and former soil health instructor with the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). John sits down with Stika to discuss his background and the power of observing soil as a biological system.
Episode #65: Jay Fuhrer
Jay Fuhrer is a conservationist & veteran Soil Health Specialist from the Natural Resources Conservation Services, in Bismarck, North Dakota. John & Jay discuss the 5 Soil Health Principles and Jay’s work at the Menoken Demonstration Farm.
Episode #64: Ben Taylor-Davies
Ben Taylor-Davies is a farmer and regenerative agriculture consultant in the United Kingdom. Ben and John discuss Ben’s current management practices, proper CO2 delivery, and the promise of regenerative agricultural methods in the UK.
Episode #63: Cannon Michael
Cannon Michael is a 6th generation family farmer in California’s Central Valley. He and John discuss changes to the operation over recent years, focusing on innovation, regulation, technology, branding, and the business climate of modern agriculture.
Taking Charge Of Your Farm’s Future With Jay Hill
Jay Hill is an agricultural visionary from the American Southwest. Utilizing his online presence, Jay is calling on farmers everywhere to abandon their old ways and take back the role of “business owner” in their operations.
Amazing podcast. Covers all things soil health.
What book is that?
Hi there, I love the interview and and discussion about starting with geology in episode 65. However I can’t seem to find the book that was recommended, Buffalo Arts? Who’s the author?
Curios farmer in Montana
No one is benefiting if you only interview white,cis men.
Wonderful! Important! BUT we need more interviews with women, BIPOC, and queer farmers. We need/must hear their perspectives and practices... we’ve got to think broader, bigger, better. If you are having a hard time finding them to interview, look harder. They are out there and necessary.