Di Haggerty operates a 12000-hectare sheep and cereal property in Western Australia’s central Wheatbelt using animals, worm liquid, compost extract and low levels of nitrogen.
Deane Belfield talks to us about regenerative agriculture and carbon farming. He represents the Regenerative Australian Farmers. Justin Borevitz from ANU is a plant biologist using big data to help farmers regenerate their soils and use fertilisers with more precision. Dr Bob Brown talks about restoring the Tarkine Forest to its indigenous custodians and sequestering carbon in its soils.
How can we put our money to work in regenerative agriculture? Join Koen as he's trying to find out in these conversations.
Joel Salatin talks about the regenerative farming movement.
Ethan Roland Soloviev shares one of his current projects to define the phrase Regenerative Agriculture
Meat consumption has been blamed for climate change but what if this is completely wrong and instead increasing responsible livestock grazing and the meat consumption that goes with it would actually slow or ultimately reverse climate change? That’s one of the big ideas that we discuss with Abbey Smith, the global network coordinator for the Savory Institute and rancher in Northern CA.