Ep 24 | Charlie Arnott

In the first Episode of Series 3 our podcast host Charlie Arnott picks up the mic and shares his thoughts and insights into the world of regenerative agriculture currently and identifies some key trends and areas of growth to watch in 2021. The episode also includes a preview of what’s in store in the upcoming series. If the growing interest in the regen movement is anything to go by, then you would be strongly advised to fasten those seat belts and get ready for a powerful & life altering Series 3!

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Episode Takeaways: 

Charlie talks about activity on his farm ‘Hanaminno’ and compares January 2021 with that of 2020 | The growing consumer interest  in the origins of the food they are eating | Simple concept – the impact of and the outcome of people being more curious about their food has a global significance | The role parents play in setting a good example – children are appreciating this and getting onto the band wagon, setting wonderful examples for life | Men are good at looking for solutions, it’s women who are good at getting the stuff done | Organic or non chemically produced food should be the normal and the chemically produced should be labelled ‘chemical’, turn it around | Re: the financial sectors growing interest in regen ‘Formulating a value based on not the infrastructure. What hasn’t been looked at until now is what’s under the ground. What you can’t see is some of the most important real estate we have | More consideration should be given to how and who should be farming the land.

Episode Links:

www.charliearnott.com.au

Patreon page for the Regenerative Journey podcast 

RCS – Grazing for Profit Course

Growing Nutritious Food in your Backyard w/ Biodynamics Urban Taster session w/ Hamish Mackay & Charlie Arnott – March 2021

It’s in the Soil – Harris Farm Markets regen campaign Feb 2021

Odonata – Nigel Sharp / Sam Marwood

Cultivate Farms – Sam Marwood

Venture Organic – Adam Gibson

The Big Little Farm – film and film director John Chester