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!
Episode 21 | Hamish Mackay | Australian elder statesman of Biodynamics and Regenerative Farming
Charlie has interviewed Hamish Mackay many times for his Youtube channel and this interview is a poignant reminder that whilst the principles of regenerative agriculture, and specifically Biodynamics, remain the same, its application and adaption to landscapes and communities is ever changing and definitely on the rise. Hamish takes listeners for a ride into the world of Biodynamics, leaving us with very practical and compelling steps we can take to produce better food and improve the health of our planet
Matt Moran | The critically acclaimed chef who has his feet still firmly on farm.
Charlie sat with Matt Moran in his restaurant 'Chiswick' in Sydney overlooking his kitchen garden from which herbs and vegetables are harvested to supplement the dishes prepared in the kitchen. Its a great example of Matt's dedication to seasonality, accountability and authenticity in cooking, and highlights his connection to the source of his produce and the farmers which produce it. And being a farmer himself he has kept his feet firmly on the ground despite his successes and critical acclaim.
Part 2 | Mick Wettenhall | Innovative farmer tapping into the power of the fungal highway
This is the second part of Charlie's interview with Mick Wettenhall. Charlie caught up with Mick at his property 'Weemabah' at Trangie, NSW to dig into his own regenerative journey. Mick most recently has been progressing research into a little know fungi that has an enormous capacity to sequester carbon in the soil. Mick would rather see an agricultural evolution than an agricultural revolution. Download the second part of this compelling interview to hear more about Mick's regenerative journey.
Part 1 | Mick Wettenhall | Innovative farmer tapping into the power of the fungal highway
Charlie caught up with Mick Wettenhall at his property 'Weemabah' at Trangie, NSW to dig into his own regenerative journey. Mick most recently has been progressing research into a little know fungi that has an enormous capacity to sequester carbon in the soil. Mick would rather see an agricultural evolution than an agricultural revolution, highlighting that if we are to support the adoption of regenerative practices it needs to be 'adaptable' to their current farming situations.
Nicho Plowman | Bringing together the worlds of meditation and regenerative agriculture
Nicho articulately draws together the many parallels between meditation and regenerative agriculture in this long awaited interview with Charlie's cousin and co-founder of the worlds most used digital meditation platform Insight Timer (20million users). The connections with ones health, sense of purpose and the benefits of meditation as an antidote to the treadmill of life are explored by Nicho and Charlie. A life affirming conversation for those who are grappling with the speed & intensity of our times.
Rachel Ward | The thespian making her mark in the world of regenerative agriculture
In this episode Charlie talks to actress & director Rachel Ward. A little under 33 years ago Rachel and her husband Bryan Brown bought a small farm in the Nambucca Valley on the NSW coast. Until recently they had been managing the farm conventionally but the 2019 devastating bush fires launched her onto a very different trajectory… In this frank interview Rachel talks about how the bushfires were a catalyst for change and how since then she has jumped boots & all onto the regenerative agricultural trai
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Outstanding Pod for Regenerative Farming Lovers
Charlie dives deep with some of the dynamic movers in the regenerative ag space. He goes beyond the nerdy stuff, but also discusses the mindset of the farmer and consumer, which touches on the philosophical. He’s a kindred spirit for anyone who cares about the future of our planet.
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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.