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Can Your Beans Do That?
1 minutes | Feb 24, 2022
Can Your Beans Do That? (Trailer)
96 minutes | Feb 24, 2022
#2-3. Webinar: Soil Health From a Grazier's Perspective
Audio from a VABF webinar on soil health. Delves into how, compared to vegetable or grain growing, rotational grazing has very different leverage points of entry into Nature's systems.
73 minutes | Oct 24, 2021
#2-2. Conversation #1 (Inga Haugen) audio fixed...
I've been wanting to do an informal conversational format for a while, and who better to start with than my good friend, Inga, who is passionate about agricultural and the myriad of issues that interconnect. Let me know if you enjoy this sort of format.
66 minutes | Sep 9, 2021
#2-1 Technology Unfettered
Technology is anything but neutral. And yet we swim in it like fish in water. Best we take a step back and reconsider exactly what we get out of technology and what it takes away from us.
54 minutes | May 1, 2020
#11 Morality Of The Single Variable
A lateral approach to nutrition.
53 minutes | Oct 9, 2019
#10 A Philosophy of Pleasure
Some question why taste is included in the web of sustainability. Rather than just a cherry on top, I see pleasure as essential to the whole endeavor of regenerative agriculture.
27 minutes | Apr 15, 2019
#9 Local & Labels
Most rural agricultural communities have suffered the same fate as soils and African countries at the mercy of foreign aid. Supporting local is part of the antidote by buffering the constant flooding of the market and revitalizing the infrastructure that supports appropriately-scaled agriculture.
40 minutes | Dec 27, 2018
# 8 A Web Of Issues; Animal Welfare (mostly)
In order to remain successful and regenerative at the same time, a farm must keep a number of issues synergistically in tension. Championing one at the expense of others typically results in a warped operation. Big thanks to Natasha Shannon who is now my coach and editor.
40 minutes | Sep 22, 2018
# 7 When Organic Makes The Grade pt 2
Helping is an art. And when done improperly, can cause great harm and foster dependency. What applies to aid in Africa has pertinence to ameliorating soil when vegetable farming. Appropriate inputs are vital, but so is appropriate scale.
33 minutes | Sep 22, 2018
#6 When Organic Makes The Grade pt 1
I eat a lot of organic vegetables. Boy do I eat those veggies. Then why do I insist on bringing up the 'dark' side of vegetable operations? In order to distinguish the baby from the bathwater, I discuss the difficult hurdles vegetable growers, as well as grain growers, face in order to meaningfully call their agriculture regenerative.
30 minutes | Sep 20, 2018
#5 Beyond Mitigation (Can Your Beans Do That?)
Highlighting the shortcomings of approaching answers simply through mitigation.
42 minutes | Sep 20, 2018
#4 Waste Not
In which I zip through a ridiculously simplified history of Western philosophy, and then address the most over-looked feedback loop of them all.
35 minutes | Sep 20, 2018
#3 Information Highways
Behind the scenes, systems are maintained by exchange of information at the micro level.
28 minutes | Sep 19, 2018
#2 Eating Is Nature's Currency
Eating our way back to environmental health.
38 minutes | Sep 19, 2018
#1 A Tale Of Two Paradigms
Introduction and defining terms in the context of how I understand the difference between conventional-industrial farming and regenerative or sustainable agriculture.
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