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Guests:

GERO LESON  – Fair trade organic food chain – https://www.drbronner.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/GeroLeson-MediaProfile-May2018.pdf

WALTER JEHNE – Soil carbon and hydrology – https://www.healthysoils.com.au/

MARK LEWIS – Building a regenerative future for food and ag – https://www.trailheadcap.com/

Nature speak, our first language as stated by Becoming Nature author, TAMARACK SONG, is more than a way to speak and listen. It is the operating system for our minds and the basic lens through which we perceive our world.

“I do a lot of interviews and I don’t mean to compare, I want to acknowledge my perception of you… Your questions were very helpful for me because we very quickly got beyond the 1, 2, 3’s and explored the deeper aspects of the book.” T Song 

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Nature speak, our first language as stated by Becoming Nature author, TAMARACK SONG, is more than a way to speak and listen. It is the operating system for our minds and the basic lens through which we perceive our world.

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The regenerative ag focused guests are:

Dr. Fred Provenza –

Didi Pershouse – https://www.didipershouse.com/

Safianu Moro – https://serendipalm.com/

 

As author, MICHAEL MENDIZZA, writes in his book, The Life and Insights of Joseph Chilton Pearce, “Joseph’s works are one coherent, lifelong exploration. Are we expressing the miracle nature intended, and if not, why?”

 aah. . . The Pleasure Book, by JIA GOTTLIEB MD, hits upon the vital importance of knowing our pleasure from the inside out.

Know it and you can enjoy and share it!! It’s renewable after all….

There is a public “zoom” with Jia via  the Boulder Book Store on March 18th at 5 p m Mountain

jiagottliebmd.com

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3 of regenerative agriculture’s brightest stars shining a light on working with nature’s ways to health for the planet.

DR. ALLEN WILLIAMS

JOHN KEMPF

DR. RICK HANEY

 

It is climate change that drives MARTIN CRAWFORD. “All our growing systems should be storing carbon; plants and soil are currently the only way of taking carbon out of the air.” Forest gardens are the system that stores the most carbon while yielding lots of crops. Martin’s UIT Cambridge published book, Creating a Forest Garden, should find itself on your living room table to study and browse through the incredibly beautiful drawings and photos. But beware! Next you will find yourself out in the yard deciding where to plant your first fruit tree. He continues his research at the Agroforestry Research Trust in Devon, England.

agroforestry.co.uk

Not unlike many parts of the world, the Hawaiian Islands are home to many farmers and ranchers who follow nature’s lead for a sustainable future using regenerative methods. I was fortunate to speak with:

DON HEACOCK, http://koafarms.org

PAUL MASSEY, http://www.kauaifoodforest.org

GEORGE KAHUMOKA, https://kahumoku.com/

 

From herding 10 cows to owning the 1st organic dairy in New York, SIOBHAN GRIFFIN, followed nature’s “dots” leading her into regenerative and holistic animal management in New Zealand. Today Siobhan shares the wealth of her knowledge when it comes to grazing management techniques and how to build topsoil. https://www.facebook.com/next.level.grazing/

P MARK LOPEZ  took over his 3rd generational conventional family operation and he moved the farm back to a pastured cows farm. Given his veterinarian background, Mark knows that the healthiest cows produce the healthiest milk and healthy cows live on pastures. http://www.tamans.com/wholesome-dairy. http://www.tamans.com/wholesome-dairy

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