An award-winning grazier from Boorowa, NSW, has continued his regenerative farming drive, sharing the significant benefits this practice can produce.
The man behind the initiative, 2018 Bob Hawke Landcare Award winner Charlie Arnott, has launched his inaugural podcast series The Regenerative Journey.
Listen to Mr Arnott delve into the lives of some truly fascinating figureheads within the regenerative agricultural space.
In the nine episode series, Mr Arnott's guests include Damon Gameau, Lorraine Gordan, Joel Salatin to name but a few, and not forgetting the series opener which is Mr Arnott's very own regenerative journey.
In each episode, Mr Arnott takes the listener on his guest's regenerative journey as he uncovers their inspirational stories.
They touch on topics including the regenerative agriculture definition, natural capital, the psychology of transitioning to regenerative farming practices and principles, and partnering with nature.
In recent years, Mr Arnott has been interviewed many times for others podcast shows and it was only a matter of time before he picked up the mic himself.
As the 2018 award winner, Mr Arnott has been provided a fantastic opportunity to take the bull by the horns and realise his own podcast ambitions.
The Regenerative Journey podcast is a must for anyone who is curious about regenerative agriculture and the wide ranging and significant benefits of its adoption and practice, not just for farming communities but also for anyone who eats food and cares for the planet.
"As the current Bob Hawke Landcare award winner, I wanted to use this opportunity to illustrate to the Australian Landcare community and beyond what the growing interest in regenerative agriculture really looks like," Mr Arnott said.
"I want Australians to know the role it can play in shaping a more sustainable future.
"There is a very evident movement and growing interest in regenerative agriculture across the world.
"I feel this movement is hungry for stories, experiences and evidence of the benefits of using regenerative practices within businesses and across landscapes.
"This movement is on a global scale and there is a wonderful opportunity to produce a world class podcast series to satisfy this hunger for information.
"I am incredibly grateful to Landcare Australia for this opportunity and have been truly humbled and inspired by those I have interviewed for this series."
- You can listen to Charlie Arnott's Regenerative Journey podcast series at: www.charliearnott.com.au/Podcast/index.html