Stewart Lundy of the Josephine Porter Institute joins EcoJustice Radio to discuss Rudolf Steiner’s legacy in the advancement and growth of restorative and regenerative biodynamic agriculture.
Tag: regenerative agriculture
World-renowned soil biologist Dr. Elaine Ingham and her Soil Food Web Approach has successfully been implemented to restore ecological functions of soils on more than five million acres of farmland around the world. She joined us to share deep insights about how to ensure the continuance of life on this planet by turning to Nature and using biological vs. toxic, chemical approaches to heal and balance soil.
By increasing biodiversity, integrating animals, organic regenerative farming creates healthy soil that keeps water and carbon in the ground. Check out this interview with Mollie Engelhart from Sow a Heart Farm on her journey from vegan chef to regenerative farmer.
We talk with Jim Gale to discuss his organization Food Forest Abundance, dedicated to food ecosystems for the individual and family through establishing yards and urban fields for growing agricultural provisions, to improve self-reliance and connection with the land.
Regardless of dire conditions, drought is not a fixed conclusion: it is a sign. A sign of imbalance in our relationships to soil and the water cycle.
Regenerative Agriculture gains momentum globally as Indigenous communities in California reconnect with the land and food sovereignty. EcoJustice Radio spoke with Lacey Cannon on Indigenous Re-Generation about her farming work with the California Native communities.
Allen Williams of Understanding Ag discusses the importance of abiding by healthy, regenerative soil principles in agriculture. He advocates for farming and ranching in synchrony with nature to repair, rebuild, revitalize and restore ecosystem function starting with all life in the soil and moving to all life above the soil.