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The Fair Food Forager & Friends show | Follow for light, fun, informative chats with legends going above and beyond - environment, health and well being focussed. - Free Download to inspire you as we talk about the way forward.

    #61 Danni Carr - How I quit alcohol and living your best life without addictions

    #61 Danni Carr - How I quit alcohol and living your best life without addictions

    Danni Carr is the owner of Earth Bottles and with her husband Ash Grunwald, the passionate duo on self improvement and self preservation decided to use their knowledge to help others. After years of touring and partying the excessive binges started to take their toll and the two decided enough was enough.
    When a good friend said she was going to take a 12 month break from drinking, these two didn’t hesitate in joining in.
    That was in Jan 2017 and what started as a 12 month commitment has lead to a life of awesome sobriety. More confident, more driven - Danni and Ash have never looked back.
    Danni now has a hugely successful podcast called How I Quit Alcohol, has studied Neuro Linguistic Programming for coaching, CBT for coaching and currently studying Compassionate Inquiry with Gabor Mate and Sat Dharam.  Danni is a certified life coach and is currently writing a book with Ash about alcohol. They are both passionate about helping other people break the cycle with alcohol and rebuilding confidence to start a new life from the inside out.

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    #60 Sarah Anderson Popes Produce - Urban grown food & feeding healthy, happy populations.

    #60 Sarah Anderson Popes Produce - Urban grown food & feeding healthy, happy populations.

    Sarah Anderson and Ben Anderson  founded Popes Produce in the the Illawarra, NSW.  A backyard wonderland, otherwise known as the market garden. Quietly tucked away into a north facing suburban pocket of coastal Woonona, NSW.
    On land grown, farmed and loved by the same family for 100 years, Sarah is the next caretaker who enjoys reconnecting eaters to the roots of their food through tasty, ecological and wonder filled ways.
    From a background of visual arts and retailing organic food, nothing makes Sarah happier than playing outside & inspiring home grown food adventures.

    In this episode we talk about the life of Popes Produce, farm to plate, making mistakes, healthy food, urban planning, nature play and going back to our roots. Caring for ourselves and our communities through food and better design.

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    #59 Alice Howard-Vyse - Designer & Facilitator for Regeneration, making the future we need

    #59 Alice Howard-Vyse - Designer & Facilitator for Regeneration, making the future we need

    Alice Howard-Vyse is Director of Humanise This, a strategic innovation consultancy that supports sustainability leaders and their teams to address complex challenges, navigate uncertainty and lead with the best of their humanity.

    Alice’s integrative practice draws from Human-centred Design, Systems Thinking & Transformative Change. Her work - as a strategist, coach and facilitator - is dedicated to building adaptive capacity and enabling initiatives that catalyse transition to a low-carbon future. Alice is also co-convenor of Regen Sydney, a cross-sector coalition of individuals and organisations envisioning a more holistic economic narrative for Sydney through the application of Doughnut Economics.

    Alice holds post-graduate qualifications in Sustainability and Electronic Media. She is a 2013 fellow of the Centre for Sustainability Leadership & 2019 fellow of Schumacher College in the UK.

    We talk about the way forward, community action, doughnut economics, sustainability and getting a move on without government.

    Active Hope - https://www.activehope.info/
    Regen Sydney - https://www.regen.sydney/
    Regenerating Australia - https://theregenerators.co/regenerating-australia/
    Humanise This - http://www.humanisethis.com.au/

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    #58 Sean Willmore - The Thin Green Line, stories from the front line in conservation protection

    #58 Sean Willmore - The Thin Green Line, stories from the front line in conservation protection

    Sean Willmore is a former Australian Park Ranger (11 years) and now founder and Managing Director of the Thin Green Line Foundation. He’s also past President of the International Rangers Federation (8 years).
    While undertaking his work Sean has travelled to and worked with rangers in over 50 countries on 6 continents where he has been ambushed, held a gunpoint, charged by elephants and avoided militias. His efforts to bring attention to the dangerous work undertaken by these warriors has won him international acclaim. Using profits from documentary The Thin Green Line, Sean started The Thin Green Line Foundation (TTGLF).
    His continual inspiration is from the men and women, the park rangers worldwide, that he represents and who do this front-line work on a daily basis.

    In this episode we talk about Sean's love of nature, his travels, adventures and even hold ups in the line of helping rangers globally. We talk about the issues facing nature and the passion and love of rangers putting nature above their own safety.

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    #57 Pamela Tanner Boll & Lindsay Richardson - To which we belong; A Regenerative farming documentary

    #57 Pamela Tanner Boll & Lindsay Richardson - To which we belong; A Regenerative farming documentary

    Pamela Tanner Boll is an artist, filmmaker, writer and activist. She is the Founder and CEO of Mystic Artists Film Productions.  She is the Co-Executive Producer of the Academy Award-winning documentary, Born into Brothels.

    Lindsay Richardson received a BA from Brown University and an MFA from the School of Visual Arts. Most recently, she was the co-producer on Ugly Delicious (season 1), an 8 hour food docu-series by Momofuku restaurateur/chef David Chang and Academy Award-winning director Morgan Neville (20 Feet From Stardom) on Netflix.

    In this episode we talk about Pamela and Lindsays careers in making documentaries and their latest film project together "The Which We Belong". A documentary that highlights farmers and ranchers leaving behind conventional practices that are no longer profitable or sustainable. Improving the health of soil and the sea to save their livelihoods — and the planet.

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    #56 Camilla Becket - The Seeds of Vandana Shiva, sharing seeds for a better world

    #56 Camilla Becket - The Seeds of Vandana Shiva, sharing seeds for a better world

    Camilla Becket is the co-director along with her husband Jim Becket of the documentary "The Seeds of Vandana Shiva" the life story of eco-activist Vandana Shiva. How did the willful daughter of a Himalayan forest conservator become the world’s most powerful opponent of Monsanto?

    Camilla grew up in South Africa and worked in the anti-apartheid movement. Camilla established Becket Films with Jim Becket in 2005 with a mission to focus on international environmental issues, social justice, and health. Camilla has co-produced several Becket Films projects, including the award-winning Sons of Africa, and films for the Religion, Science, and Environment series about besieged water bodies around the world that feature leading environmentalists and climate change activists as well as religious and indigenous leaders.

    In this podcast we discuss Camilla's film making career, childhood and the making of the film, industrial farming, regenerative farming, community, climate change, seed saving and the life of Vandana Shiva.

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