Charlie's guest for this episode of TRJ is Nat Kelley. Nat Kelley is a Peruvian born Australian actress who has made a name for herself in Hollywood not just for her acting but also for her sincere and impassioned support of indigenous cultures around the world and the advocacy of regenerative farming and soil building practices. Charlie interviewed Nat at Hanaminno on one of her quick trips back to Australia from the US.
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Otros episodios de "The Regenerative Journey with Charlie Arnott"
Episode 63 | Bruce Pascoe | Eons of Indigenous Wisdom for a Collaborative Future
2:04:35Charlie's guest for the final episode of Season 5 is Bruce Pascoe. This episode was recorded in late May in Sydney where Charlie was honored to interview Bruce 'live' as part of the Fairlight Butcher's series of events featuring renowned thought leaders from the world of regenerative agriculture. Settle in for this fascinating episode in which Bruce shares w/ Charlie the ebbs and flows of his regenerative journey - it's an absolute ripper of an interview. Head over here to see show notes and links
Episode 62 | Jay Marinis | Creating Nutritious Food, Community Hubs & Integrative Health
1:44:41Charlie's guest for the penultimate episode of Season 5 of TRJ is Jay Marinis. Jay is on a mission to recreate the essence and culture of a traditional 'Public House' in the Adelaide Hills - to bring together community into a hub of food gardening, mental health therapy, cultural exchange and social change. Jays enthusiasm is inspiring, as is his conversation with Charlie at the centre of his project, the 153 year old Scenic Hotel. Head over here to see show notes and links.
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Episode 61 | John & Kym Kalleske | Ancient Vines, Biodynamic Wine & Seven Generations of Australian Farming
1:20:13Charlie's guests for this episode of TRJ are 6th & 7th generation farmers John & Kym Kalleske. John & Kym have successfully combined traditional farming family values, Biodynamic farming practices and innovative modern wine making on their farm in the Barossa Valley in South Australia. Their products speak volumes of their commitment to quality and community, as does their close intergeneration relationship with Kym's wine making brothers Tony and Troy. Head over here to see show notes and links.
Episode 60 | Rose Kentish | Bottling Landscape, Community, connection, Social Change & Fine Wine
1:56:25Charlie's guest for this episode of TRJ is Rose Kentish. Rose is an enigma - combining her love of making wine that captures the flavours and perfume of landscape and terroir, with social change, species preservation, regenerative farming and climate action. She is a woman 'for purpose' much like her beverage company Sparkke. Head over here to see show notes and links.
Episode 59 | Arne Rubinstein | Bringing Back Traditional Rites of Passage to the Youth of Today.
1:52:41Charlie's guest for this epsiode of TRJ is Arne Rubinstein. Arne Rubinstein started his professional life at the coal face of youth trauma and misadventure in several Emergency Rooms in regional NSW. Through his own research, observations and investigations, Arne identified a critical stage in the development of our youths was missing - a traditional and public Rite of Passage. Charlie explores Arne's own regenerative journey into the world of this lost cultural ritual and development of a modern version. Head over here to see show notes and links.
Episode 58 | Angelica Arnott | Swapping show biz for Regenerative Livin'
1:57:13Charlie's guest for this episode is his beautiful wife Angelica. Charlie has had many and varied interesting discussions with his wife Angelica and decided it was about time to share them with the world. The episode delves into her own regenerative journey from model, pop singer, and actress, to farming life. Angelica's values and attitude to healthy lifestyle and living have been a significant influence on Charlie's own regenerative journey. Head over here to see show notes and links.
Episode 57 | Bert Glover | Leading the Charge of Leveraging Farm Natural Capital
1:50:53Charlie's guest for this episode of TRJ is Bert Glover. Through family challenges and plenty of on-farm experience, Bert Glover has created a business that allows farmers to leverage the Natural Capital of their farms, and attract capital investment into the regenerative farming space. Charlie caught up with Bert at the Maia Grazing field day for this insightful interview. Head over here to see show notes and links.
Episode 56 | Bart Davidson | The Myth, The Polymath, The Man
1:28:32Charlie's guest for this episode of TRJ is Bart Davidson. Bart has traversed a career in agriculture all his adult life and there are not many people Charlie knows who have such a broad skill set and experience in the agricultural industry, even rarer considering Bart was not born into a farming family. His regenerative journey started with 'the trout that changed the world' at age 5. Through ecological studies, agronomy, organic certification, rigorous data collection & analysis, as well as holistic farm management, he has developed the rare combination of both instinctive feeling and analytical thinking. Head over here to see show notes and links.
Episode 55 | Part 2 | Terry McCosker | The Godfather of Regenerative Australian Agriculture
1:25:18Part 2 of Charlie’s marathon interview with the Godfather of regenerative Australian agriculture focuses on Terry’s development of holistic farm management in an Australian context, the vision of RCS Australia, Natural Capital, and finally the convergence of agriculture, human and planetary health, as well as subtle energies. Head over here to see show notes and links.
Episode 55 | Part 1 | Terry McCosker | The Godfather of Regenerative Australian Agriculture
2:02:29Charlie's guest for this episode of TRJ is Terry McCosker. After a few false starts and nearly a 2 year wait, Charlie finally sat down with Terry in the Brisbane City Botanic Gardens for a marathon 3 hour conversation. In this first part Terry leads us through a character strengthening childhood, finding his agricultural focus and the challenges of moving counter to prevailing paradigms. Head over here to see show notes and links.