Welcome to Season Four! In this episode, I'm welcoming Michael Wittman back to the show for Part 2, to talk more about regenerative agriculture, the indigenous ways of farming.
We to talk about what's standing in our way and how we can get back to basics, restore the nutrient density of our food, AND restore our soil and ecosystems, our water systems, our air, our health, and our economy.
Thanks for listening in...time stamps for your convenience.
01:14 - Differences between sustainable and regenerative agriculture
05:01 - How can agricultural commodity growers use regenerative practices
08:25 - The interdependence in nature : the beaver & the wolf
14:31 - The pathway back to indigenous land management
18:37 - Nature will always be here
21:27 - To Move Into a Regenerative World, We need consensus
23:25 - How education is impacting our systems
26:22 - We need co-existence and common sense - not fear
31:54 - Small Steps to Move in the Direction of Regenerative Agriculture
36:04 - Building Resilience by Doing is an Evolution
38:27 - We rule the Corporate Food-Scape through Supply & Demand
42:14 - Values Based Purchasing - How Politics Guides Our Food Supply
50:01 - Why Women and Youth Will Save The World
52:42 - Greed Always Takes Over
Food Slain digs deep into our dirty food supply chain, wrought with ingredients, chemicals and additives that are compromising our health, our environment and our economy. Listen in, and let's see if we can find clean, honest and healthy food somewhere along the way. Hosted by food lover, food slayer (chef), food grower (permaculture farmer) and food truther (author & investigator), Michele Thorne.
Learn more on the website at FoodSlain.com