International

#59: Upland restoration, agroforestry in Kenya and the language of regeneration

#59: Upland restoration, agroforestry in Kenya and the language of regeneration 150 150 Farmerama Radio

Sarah Kihara at the Treedom tree nursery, Kenya This month, we start by hearing from a holistic grazing and regenerative agriculture expert – Caroline Grindrod. Caroline explores an innovative model…

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#58: Cooperative land, holistic management, Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration, and the secret life of insects

#58: Cooperative land, holistic management, Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration, and the secret life of insects 150 150 Farmerama Radio

Sinead Fenton of Aweside Farm: Credit @awesidefarm This month, we hear from Sinead Fenton and Adam Smith, farmers at Aweside Farm in East Sussex. They’ve been able to access the…

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#52: Oxford Real Farming Conference, social justice & land, new forms of land ownership

#52: Oxford Real Farming Conference, social justice & land, new forms of land ownership 150 150 Farmerama Radio

Leah Penniman at ORFC (IMG Credit: ORFC Official Photographer) This episode we’re sharing stories from the Oxford Real Farming Conference (ORFC) – where we were proud to be the official…

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#51: Compost, soil carbon vs soil health, a call to farm, CEREAL, and community beer

#51: Compost, soil carbon vs soil health, a call to farm, CEREAL, and community beer 150 150 Farmerama Radio

This month, we chat with compost pioneers Dr. David Johnson – a microbiology researcher and Associate at the Centre for Regenerative Agriculture and Resilient Systems at Chico State University, California –…

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#49: The Sustainable Cooperative, wilding, beneficial insects and connecting faith with farming

#49: The Sustainable Cooperative, wilding, beneficial insects and connecting faith with farming 150 150 Farmerama Radio

Image credit: Knepp Wildland This month, we visit The Sustainable Cooperative (SCOOP) in Jersey, whose aim is to create a more sustainable supply of food on the island. Co-founder India Hamilton…

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#47: Women farmers in Chile, woodchips, pasture-happy pigs and regenerative vineyard management

#47: Women farmers in Chile, woodchips, pasture-happy pigs and regenerative vineyard management 150 150 Farmerama Radio

Credit to Johan Vineyard This month, Abby spends some time with Josephina, a former art teacher, on her ranch in the Chilean mountains. Josephina started a group for women farmers…

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#44: Radical roots, Slow Money, CSAs and Allies

#44: Radical roots, Slow Money, CSAs and Allies 150 150 Farmerama Radio

This month, we begin by hearing from Kim Hamblin and Dan Rinke of Roshambo Art farm in Oregon, who share their story of building resilience in their orchard through diversity.…

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#42: No-cost agriculture in Zambia, Biofertilisers and a Regenerative farming journey

#42: No-cost agriculture in Zambia, Biofertilisers and a Regenerative farming journey 150 150 Farmerama Radio

This month we head to the tenth annual Oxford Real Farming Conference. First up we hear the inspirational story of 5000+ women who are now practising natural agriculture, or no-cost…

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Leah Penniman: Farming While Black

Leah Penniman: Farming While Black 150 150 Farmerama Radio

In this special episode, brought to you by Chelsea Green Publishing, we hear from a super inspiring small-scale farmer, Leah Penniman. Leah is a farmer, activist, author and co-founder of…

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#38: Alice Waters, Terra Madre, Palestinian teenager, intercropping trials and cooperative farming

#38: Alice Waters, Terra Madre, Palestinian teenager, intercropping trials and cooperative farming 150 150 Farmerama Radio

This month we begin in Turin, at the international gathering of the Slow Food Movement, Terra Madre. Members of the farming and food community from over 90 different cultures around…

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