Claire Crunk – Why the regenerative revolution starts with a hemp based tampon

A conversation with Claire Crunk, health nurse practitioner, founder, and CEO of Trace. As a pioneer 5years in the US hemp fiber agricultural movement, she joins together exciting new practices in healing the earth through hemp and regenerative farming techniques with her knowledge of menstrual healthcare. We talk about fossil fuel-based products, natural fibres, cotton, hemp and maybe the biggest overlooked industry in regeneration: tampons!

Peter Byck – Roots So Deep (you can see the devil down there)

A conversation with Peter Byck, filmmaker and a wrangler of scientists, about regenerative vs conventional grazing and his new 4 part documentary series Roots So Deep (you can see the devil down there).

Lauren Tucker – The regenerative business studio ReNourish seems to be working but what is success?

Lauren Tucker is back on the podcast to talk about the first year of the ReNourish Studio, what she has learned and what she is doing differently with the second cohort, but also what she is observing in the space through her work in the almond project and, of course, the direction of the regeneration industry.

Marta Cortegano – How to start the regenerative revolution from one of the driest places in Europe

A conversation with Marta Cortegano, cofounder of Terra Sintrópica and one of the leaders of the regenerative agriculture movement in Portugal. Straight from one of the driest and emptiest places in Europe where climate change is hitting hard, we talked about farming in challenging conditions, syntropic agroforestry and more.

Stef van Dongen – Regenerating a 100.000HA watershed in Spain while preventing the forest from burning and people from burnouts

A conversation with Stef van Dongen, founder of The Pioneers of Our Time, about how to regenerate a whole watershed, how to see value again in a super overgrown forest, water, the meaning of life, burnouts, farming, eggs, cows and a lot more.

Eric Jackson – Want to work on nutrient density? Start with animal protein

A conversation with Eric Jackson, board chair of BioNutrient Food Association, about nutrient density, the research, the practical implication, soil carbon credits, cell-based and plant-based meat replacements and more.

Pierre Weill – After certifying the quality of over $3B of animal protein a year, now turning to vegetables

A check-in conversation with Pierre Weill, a world-leading researcher and practitioner when it comes to nutrient density and food and co-founder of Bleu-Blanc-Coeur, the largest certification body in the world focusing on the quality of food, about the latest scientific developments, research on animal protein and vegetable nutrient density, and more.

Fides Lapidaire and Yanna Hoek – Why human shit is going to save the world

A conversation with Fides Lapidaire and Yanna Hoek, the creators of Holy Shit, a documentary on how our shit can feed the world, about human shit or human treasure as they like to call it, the gap in our circular food system, the need for a mindset shift, the technology needed and more.

Christian Jochnick – Why Ibiza is the best place to start the regenerative renaissance

A conversation with Christian Jochnick, founder of Juntos Ibiza, a project designed around a circular, regenerative model of food, farming and community, about why Tesla is such a good model to follow for regenerative agriculture, why should we focus on the affluent market first and more.

Wiley Webb – Why focusing on wholesale buyers is the biggest leverage point in regen food systems

A conversation with Wiley Webb, founder of Permanent, a local foods aggregator and technology company, about eliminating the overhead of local sourcing, wholesale buyers, the power of aggregation and more.