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In this episode Charlie chats to Michael Taylor. Michael Taylor is from a multigenerational farming family in the New England region of NSW and is continuing his parents legacy of innovation, agroforestry and ethically produced fine merino wool production. Diversity of enterprises and biodiversity of ecology and landscape is a focus of Michaels, as…
 
#99 Faith and Freedom God gives us the freedom to choose or reject HIs offer of salvation. So we assume He wants us to be as free as possible in our economic lives. Freedom is not free Free is not freedom When I encounter someone who has served in the military, my common expression is…The Christian Economist by Dave Arnott
 
In this episode Charlie chats to Rebecca Sullivan. Rebecca Sullivan grew up in a family with a conventional attitude to food. A life changing incident at an Italian feast, rocked her appreciation and reverence for food culture and tradition, setting her on a trajectory of championing the rights of farmers, rediscovering long forgotten food traditio…
 
#98 The Myth of National Self-Reliance Countries who cut themselves off from global trade become poorer through their own self-reliance. Discriminating against other countries is not Christian, nor is it economically fruitful. Early in the semester, I ask the athletes in my class to tell where they’re from and what denominational church they belong…
 
Charlie caught up with Melissa Brown during an 'Introduction to Biodynamics' workshop Charlie was facilitating at and Melissa was hosting at her Biodynamic vineyard in the McLaren Vale region of South Australia. Melissa's dedication to working in partnership with nature, to produce extraordinary wine and to teach her customers the principles and pr…
 
#97 Feeling vs Thinking We live in a time of stupidity. Since we believe “The truth will make you free,” the Christian Economist encourages us to do more thinking and less feeling. How many times have you asked, “How can people believe such stupid stuff?” I often remind Ginger that she believes a woman got……
 
Stuart Austin is fast becoming an expert and well respected advocate of building soil carbon, as well as a well known practitioner of regenerative farming on the collection of Wilmot Cattle Co properties. Charlie caught up with Stuart to delve into his journey from farm boy in southern NSW, ringer from the top end of Australia, recruiter of ranch h…
 
#96 Tax the Rich The rich already pay a high percentage of income taxes. Taxing them more will cause them to leave the country. And, it denies the consumer surplus that was created to earn wealth. The Socialist Alexandria Ocazio Cortez is so famous she is typically referred to as AOC, and everyone knows who……
 
From hunger strikes at university to becoming the president of the Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance, Tammi Jonas has always fought for the rights of others. In this episode Charlie explores Tammi's colourful history of advocacy and food production. She is a beacon of inspiration for anyone wanting to create their own self sufficient farming ent…
 
#95 Paying People Not to Work Paying people not to work is not Biblical nor is it economically sustainable. The Good Samaritan story tells us how to care for those who can’t care for themselves. “They pretend to pay us and we pretend to work,” is a jocular phrase I picked up in Russia. …The Christian Economist by Dave Arnott
 
Maggie Beer is one of Australia's best-known cooks, fresh food advocates, rural community supporters, and on farm restauranteur icons. Charlie caught up with Maggie at her home in The Barossa Valley, surrounded by quince, citrus and medlar trees, to explore a life filled with passion, energy, flare, and a tenacious will to feed people good old fash…
 
# 94 Bread and Circuses The US Government is giving money to the populace in an attempt to buy votes with bread and circuses. This is not Biblical and it hurts instead of helps the poor, as Christians are commanded to do. “Give them bread and circuses and they will never revolt.” The phrase originates……
 
In the first Episode of Season 4 our podcast host Charlie Arnott picks up the mic and provides a preview of what's in store for Season 4 including information about some of his illustrious guests that will be joining him in the coming months. Charlie also takes to his soap box to talk about the highly topical Covid 19 situation currently being felt…
 
#92 Public Ownership and Scarcity Part II Humans are a part of God’s natural creation. Christian economics care how global warming affects them. Does private or public ownership care for scarce resources more effectively? Global Warming Oh, I’ve tried to stay away from this topic, because it’s so hard to get reliable data. I “Put my……
 
#92 Public Ownership and Scarcity Part I Private ownership sustains assets more securely and distributes them more fairly than public ownership. At the risk of sounding like a “summer camp report,” this podcast takes most of its information from an Alaskan cruise that was an MBA graduation gift for my wife, Ginger. Limit the Supply……
 
#91 Chicken or the Egg God the Creator could choose which came first. In economics, the supply (egg) must come first. Something from Something I have repeated this phrase so many times, but I keep repeating it because people just don’t listen. The government has no money. It must take money from its populace. There……
 
#90 Equality or Equity? Christians believe in equality of opportunity, not equity of outcomes. This comes from our belief about salvation. The inherent vice of Capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings. The Inherent virtue of Socialism is the equal sharing of miseries. Winston Churchill Here’s the difference between equality and equity. Equali…
 
Darren Doherty is a self confessed regenerative integrationist and the conversation he had with Charlie certainly supports that description of this multi-talented consultant, environmentalist and landscape manager. Charlie explores with Darren his career from growing up in Bendigo, Victoria, his days in hospitality and connection with producers, th…
 
In part 2 of the short interviews Charlie recorded at the Regionality 'Farm 2 Plate Exchange recently he spoke with the author of 'Call of the Reed Warbler', Charlie Massy, one of Australia most celebrated chefs and 'keeping it local' advocate Christine Manfield, organic dairy farmer extraordinaire Chris Eggert, food writer, farmer, TV personality …
 
In this compilation episode, Charlie interviews a number of presenters at Regionality's 2021 'Farm2Plate Exchange' Conference. Part 1 features interviews with Rose Wright, Founder & MD of Regionality; legendary indigenous foods advocate, farmer & writer Bruce Pascoe; Dr Georgina Davis, CEO of Queensland Farmers Federation; regenerative farming stal…
 
Charlie caught up with Dave Westbrook at Hanaminno for this interview which tracks Dave's journey from cropping farm boy, through to owning his own grazing farm and business, family succession challenges, development of his farm management skills through the Farm Owners Academy, and subsequent training as a farm business coach. Dave has a compellin…
 
Peter Andrews is one of Australia's landscape geniuses, who has been battling to change the stats quo attitude of government, farmers and land managers to hydrology and restoring landscape function for 40 years. Charlie sat with Peter at his farm in the central Tablelands of NSW while he recounted his formative years of desert life, how that inform…
 
Charlie caught up with Stuart Andrews, the son of the founder of Natural Sequence Farming (NSF) Peters Andrews, the day after Stuart had completed a 4 day NSF training workshops at Charlie's farm Hanaminno. Stuart is an incredibly open and honest man, and he left few stones unturned in taking Charlie thought the fascinating and often turbulent life…
 
This is the Part 2 of Charlie's 2021 'Farming Matters' Conference Special. Charlie continues his collection of interviews with presenters and attendees at the 2021 Land to Market 'Farming Matters' conference. In Part 2 Charlie speaks with Sam Johnson from Boxgum Grazing, legendary mentor and Holistic farmer David Marsh, Courtney McGregor the Sustai…
 
Charlie attended the recent 'Farming Matters' conference organised by the awesome crew at Land to Market, and did a series of quick interviews with some of the presenters and attendees. In part one Charlie speaks with Tony Hill, Executive chair of Land to Market, CEO of Maia Grazing Peter Richardson, Brian Wehlburg the prolific Holistic Management …
 
Charlie's guest this week is Aaron Mckenzie, the movement & lifestyle coach. Aaron Mckenzie has been on a lifelong regenerative journey, and has been committed to supporting others in their own health journeys since the age of 19. Charlie and Aaron delve deep into the catalysts for his change, his quick tips for lifelong wellness and the importance…
 
Charlie was able to grab the very busy Neil Perry for a quick interview at his iconic Sydney restaurant Rockpool Bar and Grill. Neil is a cornerstone of the Australia restaurant industry, with many chefs hats under his belt, a rich history of contribution to the trade and a keen supporter of farmers and artisan producers for many years. Topics cove…
 
In this episode Charlie interviews regen farming's powerhouse couple Mitch & Nina Bray. Charlie caught up with Mitch and Nina at their Noosa Hinterland farm midway through an Introduction to Biodynamics workshop that they were hosting. It was a lively conversation and is in fact the 'first' couple Charlie has interviewed for the podcast. Prior to m…
 
Kate Nelson is a passionate and outspoken advocate of educating people to the ills and insidious nature of plastics in our environment and our bodies. Charlie and Kate touch on her journey into the world of activism and the many ways that plastics impact our lives. Her book 'I Quit Plastics' is a wonderful guide to navigating a world where plastics…
 
In this episode Charlie interviews Grant Hilliard. Grant has been at the forefront of the paddock to plate scene in Sydney for many years, providing a vital link between curious and passionate 'eaters' in the city with the farmers who are producing regeneratively and ethically grown meat. Charlie and Grant traverse the line between government regul…
 
My guest for Episode 26 of the Regenerative Journey is Cyndi O'Meara. Cyndi has been an advocate for healthy food production and consumption for many years. Her training was inspired by the need to understand why humans have survived for millennia and now are in the middle of a global health crisis. Cyndi is outcomes driven and an advocate for food…
 
Charlie's guest for Episode 25 is David Pocock. David has been named one of the best rugby players of all time, however his skills and interests go far beyond the international Rugby stage. Growing up on a Zimbabwean farm David's interest in human and Natural ecology has been nurtured from a young age. When his family fled Zimbabwe in 2008 he broug…
 
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…
 
In Part 2 of Charlie's interview with Tommy Herschell, Tommy dives further into the workshops he facilitates, runs through his 'Form guide for a fella', and pulls apart the myth of the 'male code' or 'mens lore' using his own experiences and insights. To start a dialogue and converse more about topics raised in this podcast, please visit The Regene…
 
Tommy Herschell is well placed to facilitate workshops that break down the myth that men and boys can't talk about their feelings and problems, given his own experiences as a boy and young man. In this interview he courageously dives deep into his past, from a reliance on alcohol to help douse the pain of various childhood experiences, to now facil…
 
Charlie attended university with 4th generation dairy farmer Chris Eggert. Whilst they hadn't seen each other since, they picked up right where they left off with a lighthearted and deep dive into Chris's life and regenerative journey. Having grown up on a conventional dairy farm to being regarded as one of the best dairy farmers in Australia, his …
 
Charlie has interviewed Hamish Mackay many times for his Youtube channel and this interview is a poignant reminder that whilst the principles of regenerative agriculture, and specifically Biodynamics, remain the same, its application and adaption to landscapes and communities is ever changing and definitely on the rise. Hamish takes listeners for a…
 
Charlie sat with Matt Moran in his restaurant 'Chiswick' in Sydney overlooking his kitchen garden from which herbs and vegetables are harvested to supplement the dishes prepared in the kitchen. It's a great example of Matt's dedication to seasonality, accountability and authenticity in cooking, and highlights his connection to the source of his pro…
 
This is the second part of the Charlie's interview with Mick Wettenhall. Charlie caught up with Mick Wettenhall at his property 'Weemabah' at Trangie, NSW to dig into his own regenerative journey. Mick most recently has been progressing research into a little know fungi that has an enormous capacity to sequester carbon in the soil. Mick would rathe…
 
Charlie caught up with Mick Wettenhall at his property 'Weemabah' at Trangie, NSW to dig into his own regenerative journey. Mick most recently has been progressing research into a little know fungi that has an enormous capacity to sequester carbon in the soil. Mick would rather see an agricultural evolution than an agricultural revolution, highligh…
 
Nicho articulately draws together the many parallels between meditation and regenerative agriculture in this long awaited interview with Charlie's cousin and co-founder of the worlds most used digital meditation platform Insight Timer (20million users). The connections with ones health, sense of purpose and the place from where one observes the fil…
 
In this episode Charlie talks to actress & director Rachel Ward. A little under thirty-three years ago Rachel and her husband Bryan Brown bought a small farm in the Nambucca Valley on the NSW coast. Until recently they had been managing the farm conventionally but the 2019 devastating bush fires launched her onto a very different trajectory… In thi…
 
Dr Ron Ehrlich is far from a conventional dentist. After a 'normal' initial training in dentistry, Dr Ron started to connect the dots between oral hygiene, the influence that diet had on the development of the body, over all human health and the health of the soil in which that food was grown. Charlie explores with Ron his journey into his holistic…
 
This episode with Murray Prior discusses his unfolding from the corporate sector to becoming a custodian of the land. He is gentle spoken and modest about his farming experience yet his thoughtful and deft practices supports his every word. He opens up about the importance of having good mentors and sharing knowledge with peers, that indigenous cul…
 
Charlie interviewed chef Darren Robertson of the Three Blue Ducks fame at The Farm at Byron Bay where he moved to 5 years ago after, amongst other things, being the head chef at the world famous Tetsuya restaurant in Sydney. Darren also speaks frankly about the pressures and strains of the hospitality industry, his initial interest in cooking, what…
 
This episode sees Charlie sit down with the impressively bearded and deep thinking Peter Windrim. Peter is a biodynamic winemaker and farmer, creative director, graphic designer and photographer. His contribution to agriculture has evolved by opening a wine bar in Byron Bay to encourage community and create conversation around natural wine. Having …
 
In this insightful interview with Martin Royds, he and Charlie discuss personal experiences relating to the polarising differences of conventional and holistic farming. As a fifth generation farmer, Martin evolved the family cattle property in Braidwood, NSW to biodynamic practices with a goal to reconnect city and country. Together, they highlight…
 
Charlie’s guest for this episode is Sarah Wilson. Sarah Wilson, the New York Times best selling author, former journo and retired intrepid traveler shares her regenerative journey in a frank, open and honest chat with Charlie. The setting for the interview is Sarah’s Bondi apartment, her sanctuary and place she now calls home. Sarah recounts her fa…
 
In part 2 of this interview, Charlie and Charles detail the difference between Complex Adaptive Systems and the Industrial Method of farming. Charles’ resonates his free flowing insight into the direct relationship between farming, food systems, human health and its effect on the mental health of ourselves and our children. They summarise the conse…
 
The introduction to Season 2 is a long overdue interview with Charles Massy, devotee for regenerative farming and patriarch for land care advocates in Australia. He is a farmer, author and storyteller who has brought life to the ideals of many scholars and forward thinkers that are fundamental to our human interaction on the ecosystem. He has deep …
 
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