The Regenerative Journey podcast is a must for anyone who is curious about regenerative agriculture and the wide ranging and significant benefits of its adoption and practice, not just for farming communities but also for anyone who eats food and cares for the planet!
Dr. Ron Ehrlich | holistic dentist, environmental medicine man and regenerative farming advocate
Dr Ron Ehrlich is far from a conventional dentist. . Charlie explores with Ron his journey into his holistic approach to dental care and how regenerative agriculture plays a critical role in providing the quality of food necessary to promote good health. Dr Ron also dives into the topic of 'environmental medicine' , Dr Rons breadth of knowledge provides a compelling perspective on the importance of the connection between dental, human and environmental health.
Murray Prior | A model of urban corporate life to regenerative family farming.
This episode with Murray Prior discusses his unfolding from the corporate sector to becoming a custodian of the land. He is gentle spoken and modest about his farming experience yet his thoughtful and deft practices supports his every word. He opens up about the importance of having good mentors and sharing knowledge with peers, that indigenous cultures teach us to care for the land and not own the land, and that the powers of observation are key to understanding country.
Darren Robertson | The Farm loving chef who works on food metres, not food miles.
Charlie interviewed chef Darren Robertson of the Three Blue Ducks fame at The Farm at Byron Bay Darren speaks frankly about the pressures and strains of the hospitality industry, his initial interest in cooking, what he looks for in staff, and his gratitude for his life's journey thus far. This is a conversation that will interest food lovers, farmers, the hospitality industry and everyone in between.
Peter Windrim | The deep thinking winemaker that understands good produce has a sense of place
This episode sees Charlie sit down with the impressively bearded and deep thinking Peter Windrim. Peter is a biodynamic winemaker and farmer amongst other creative outlets. His contribution to agriculture has evolved by opening a wine bar in Byron Bay to encourage a community around natural wine. Having lived and worked on his family’s biodynamic vineyard, he has philosophised his own definition of the practice . He is a heart felt voice that places importance on knowing yourself and your vocation.
Martin Royds | The self-educated Regen Farmer who has found harmony in environment and economics
In this insightful interview with Martin Royds, he and Charlie discuss personal experiences relating to the polarising differences of conventional and holistic farming. They highlight the importance of economic influence in regenerative agriculture and solve the monetary concern that consumers often have. Generational farmers have shifted their inherited knowledge over time to be in harmony with the environment. The humility is in the fact that we are constantly learning.
Sarah Wilson | Award winning author & activist who refuses to sugar coat anything.
Charlie’s guest for this episode is Sarah Wilson. Sarah Wilson, the best selling author, former journo and retired intrepid traveler shares her regenerative journey in a frank, open and honest chat with Charlie.
Sarah recounts her fascinating story and explains what it is to finally put down roots. Charlie and Sarah share an open dialogue which touches on what regenerative ag means as-well as talking about her new book: ‘This One Wild and Precious Life: A hopeful path forward in a fractured world’.
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I have been a Charlie Arnott fan for a while. Couldn’t be more excited about this new podcast. It’s all part of the great awakening.