The Regenerative Journey with Charlie Arnott

Charlie Arnott

  • 34 minutes 6 seconds
    Blair Beattie | Revitalising Farming and Community

    Join host Charlie and guest Blair Beatty in this insightful episode as they explore the transformative potential of regenerative agriculture. From storytelling that inspires change to the launch of Farmer's Footprint Australia & New Zealand and its impactful initiatives, this episode delves into how regenerative practices can reshape our relationship with food, land, and community.

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    Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our host Charlie Arnott. Our producer is Rhys Jones of Yaga Media. And, of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, subscribers and listeners.

    5 June 2024, 5:00 pm
  • 31 minutes 29 seconds
    Charlie Arnott | Exploring Regenerative Realities

    Host Charlie Arnott introduces a dynamic new format blending long-form interviews with spontaneous conversations, recorded straight from the field. In this episode, Charlie reflects on the profound connections to land and community, shares exciting updates about upcoming events and workshops, and gives a sneak peek into what's brewing at the farm.

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    Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our host Charlie Arnott. Our producer is Rhys Jones of Yaga Media. And, of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, subscribers and listeners.

    29 May 2024, 5:00 pm
  • 39 minutes 33 seconds
    Hamish Mackay | Navigating Global Puberty

    In this enlightening episode Charlie welcomes returning guest Hamish Mackay for a deep dive into the transformative shifts occurring across global societies. Hamish likens these changes to a 'global puberty,' highlighting the significant, sometimes chaotic transformations within agriculture, technology, and personal wellness. From discussing the profound impact of Rudolf Steiner's insights to exploring the future of regenerative practices against the challenges of modern agriculture, this discussion offers valuable perspectives on nurturing a sustainable, ethically conscious future. Join us as we explore how embracing change can lead to a more regenerative world.

    15 May 2024, 5:00 pm
  • 1 hour 10 minutes
    Biodynamic Rockstar: Ueli Hurter and the Centenary Tour Down Under

    In this special episode, join Charlie as he sits down with Ueli Hurter, a pivotal figure in the world of biodynamic agriculture. Ueli has shaped the contours of biodynamic farming on a global scale. Celebrating a monumental 100 years since Rudolf Steiner's Agriculture Lectures sparked the biodynamic movement, Ueli is touring Australia to honour this centenary. Born in Switzerland and deeply rooted in the biodynamic community through various roles Ueli brings a wealth of knowledge and passion to our conversation. Tune in as we explore the past, present, and future of biodynamics with a true rockstar of the field during his landmark tour Down Under.

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    Episode Credits:

    Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our host Charlie Arnott. Our producer is Rhys Jones of Yaga Media. And, of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, subscribers and listeners.

     

    8 May 2024, 9:00 pm
  • 34 minutes
    Charlie and Angelica | Parenting, Third Act, and New Beginnings

    Join us for the inaugural episode of this season as Charlie sits down with Angelica to delve into a heartwarming discussion on parenting, the transformative third act of life, and the thrilling projects they're embarking on this year. Whether you're a parent navigating the joys and challenges of raising children, someone stepping into the later stages of life with zest, or just looking for inspiration for your own exciting ventures, this episode promises insights and stories that resonate with anyone looking to make the most of the year ahead. Tune in and be inspired as we explore the personal journeys and forward-looking aspirations that define our lives.

    8 May 2024, 4:59 pm
  • 1 hour 56 minutes
    Baden McDouall | Working with Nature to create a Farming Family Legacy

    Baden is a multi-generational farmer based at Bingara in Northern NSW, with a curious mind and humble disposition implementing several regenerative farming practices which he would call more 'natural farming' methods. Baden has created a wonderful opportunity for his sons to return home to continue the legacy, and the landscape is clearly in safe and conscientious hands for the next generation of his family.

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    Season Sponsor:

    This season we've teamed up with Highland Beef Pastoral a grass-fed beef supply chain servicing the growing US grass-fed market.

    The Highland Beef program uses an innovative model to change how farmers and customers interact.

    Essentially, this Australian-owned business places cattle on their member graziers’ properties at their expense and provides farmers competitive returns for every kg of beef produced, allowing them to focus on improving their businesses in a capital-free, risk-free environment.

    If you’re interested in finding out more about this program visit hbpastoral.com.au/charliearnott.

    Episode Credits:

    Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our host Charlie Arnott. Our producer is Rhys Jones of Yaga Media. And, of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, Patreon supporters, and listeners.

    Patrons get access to exclusive videos, a discussion community, and much more. Go to https://charliearnott.com.au/podcast/ to support my work.

    23 October 2023, 4:00 pm
  • 30 minutes 31 seconds
    BONUS EP | Rachel Pomeroy Explores the Mysteries of Biodynamics via the BDNZ Conference

    Join us for an enlightening conversation with biodynamics legend, Rachel Pomeroy. Explore her lifelong journey into the unseen world of biodynamics and the powerful connection between the Earth and stars

    Season Sponsor:

    This season we've teamed up with Highland Beef Pastoral a grass-fed beef supply chain servicing the growing US grass-fed market.

    The Highland Beef program uses an innovative model to change how farmers and customers interact.

    Essentially, this Australian-owned business places cattle on their member graziers’ properties at their expense and provides farmers competitive returns for every kg of beef produced, allowing them to focus on improving their businesses in a capital-free, risk-free environment.

    If you’re interested in finding out more about this program visit hbpastoral.com.au/charliearnott.

    Episode Credits:

    Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our host Charlie Arnott. Our producer is Rhys Jones of Yaga Media. And, of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, Patreon supporters, and listeners.

    Patrons get access to exclusive videos, a discussion community, and much more. Go to https://charliearnott.com.au/podcast/ to support my work.

    16 October 2023, 4:00 pm
  • 56 minutes 56 seconds
    BONUS EP | Regenerative Farming Unveiled: A Conversation on Soil Health and Farming

    In this podcast interview, Peter Challendar discusses his journey in regenerative agriculture with Charlie and Murray Richardson. Peter shares his experiences with pasture cropping and cover cropping on his property in Albury, NSW, where he has been working to improve soil health and productivity. He describes his shift from sheep to cattle farming and the benefits of working with Highland Beef to support his regenerative practices. Peter emphasises the importance of hydrology in his regenerative approach, highlighting the positive impact of contouring to retain water and improve land management. Overall, the interview provides valuable insights into Peter's efforts to diversify income streams and create a sustainable farming ecosystem.

    Season Sponsor:

    This season we've teamed up with Highland Beef Pastoral a grass-fed beef supply chain servicing the growing US grass-fed market.

    The Highland Beef program uses an innovative model to change how farmers and customers interact.

    Essentially, this Australian-owned business places cattle on their member graziers’ properties at their expense and provides farmers competitive returns for every kg of beef produced, allowing them to focus on improving their businesses in a capital-free, risk-free environment.

    If you’re interested in finding out more about this program visit hbpastoral.com.au/charliearnott.

     

    Episode Credits:

    Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our host Charlie Arnott. Our producer is Rhys Jones of Yaga Media. And, of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, Patreon supporters, and listeners.

    Patrons get access to exclusive videos, a discussion community, and much more. Go to https://charliearnott.com.au/podcast/ to support my work.

    9 October 2023, 4:00 pm
  • 1 hour 52 minutes
    Dr Max Gulhane | Joining the dots between regenerative farming, nutrition and human health.

    Dr Max Gulhane is a doctor of our future. Curious, young, determined, insightful, courageous and starting from the ground up. Max was not content with the mainstream medical narrative, which has led him to seek out alternative and complementary practices and methods to enhance longevity and vitality, ranging from meat-based diets to circadian rhythm alignment. All are interspersed with a healthy dose of Nature and farm-based connection.

    Episode Links

    Season Sponsor:

    This season we've teamed up with Highland Beef Pastoral a grass-fed beef supply chain servicing the growing US grass-fed market.

    The Highland Beef program uses an innovative model to change how farmers and customers interact.

    Essentially, this Australian-owned business places cattle on their member graziers’ properties at their expense and provides farmers competitive returns for every kg of beef produced, allowing them to focus on improving their businesses in a capital-free, risk-free environment.

    If you’re interested in finding out more about this program visit hbpastoral.com.au/charliearnott.

     

    Episode Credits:

    Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our host Charlie Arnott. Our producer is Rhys Jones of Yaga Media. And, of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, Patreon supporters, and listeners.

    Patrons get access to exclusive videos, a discussion community, and much more. Go to https://charliearnott.com.au/podcast/ to support my work.

     

     

    2 October 2023, 4:00 pm
  • 1 hour 38 minutes
    Jacob Wolki | Feeding his Community, Entrepreneurship and Averting a Health Crisis.

    How Jake Wolki fits everything he does into every one of his days is quite the feat. A natural entrepreneur with a flare for farming, Jake's own health challenges were the catalyst for him seeking a better way to feed himself and his family, and now ultimately his rural community of Albury NSW through his cafe and butcher shop. An inspiring yarn, this episode highlights how adversity creates the opportunity for business and personal growth.

    Episode Links

    Season Sponsor:

    This season we've teamed up with Highland Beef Pastoral a grass-fed beef supply chain servicing the growing US grass-fed market.

    The Highland Beef program uses an innovative model to change how farmers and customers interact.

    Essentially, this Australian-owned business places cattle on their member graziers’ properties at their expense and provides farmers competitive returns for every kg of beef produced, allowing them to focus on improving their businesses in a capital-free, risk-free environment.

    If you’re interested in finding out more about this program visit hbpastoral.com.au/charliearnott.

    Episode Credits:

    Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our host Charlie Arnott. Our producer is Rhys Jones of Yaga Media. And, of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, Patreon supporters, and listeners.

    Patrons get access to exclusive videos, a discussion community, and much more. Go to https://charliearnott.com.au/podcast/ to support my work.

    25 September 2023, 5:00 pm
  • 41 minutes 20 seconds
    BONUS EP | Mastering Cattle Selection: Insights from Herd Manager Will Mewburn

    In this bonus episode of the Regenerative Journey, we're joined by Will Mewburn, a herd manager with Highland Beef. We discuss the importance of selecting the right cattle for the job, focusing on breed and early maturation to mitigate risks and achieve efficient growth. Will shares his experiences working closely with cattle and the need for transparency and collaboration between producers and herd managers. As market conditions fluctuate and the industry faces challenges, we explore strategies for farmers to navigate these uncertain times and safeguard their businesses.

    Season Sponsor:

    This season we've teamed up with Highland Beef Pastoral a grass-fed beef supply chain servicing the growing US grass-fed market.

    The Highland Beef program uses an innovative model to change how farmers and customers interact.

    Essentially, this Australian-owned business places cattle on their member graziers’ properties at their expense and provides farmers competitive returns for every kg of beef produced, allowing them to focus on improving their businesses in a capital-free, risk-free environment.

    If you’re interested in finding out more about this program visit hbpastoral.com.au/charliearnott.

    Episode Credits:

    Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our host Charlie Arnott. Our producer is Rhys Jones of Yaga Media. And, of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, Patreon supporters, and listeners.

    Patrons get access to exclusive videos, a discussion community, and much more. Go to https://charliearnott.com.au/podcast/ to support my work.

    18 September 2023, 5:00 pm
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