Regenerative Skills

Regenerative Skills

Latest Episodes

Post pandemic zero input gardening and a vision of a biointegrated human future, with Shane Simonsen
March 03, 2023

Ive got a treat for you all today. After almost 3 years, Ive got Shane Simonsen back on the show. For those of you who are not familiar with Shane, Ill give a quick intro and then point you to the

Nicole Masters on the important role of coaching to unlock your farm’s potential
February 24, 2023

One of the most important resources weve been working to create for our network of farmers here in Europe through my work at Climate Farmers is what weve called our coach matching service. Weve lon

Re-evaluating the long term. Key considerations for my context and personal vision of success.
February 17, 2023

The mindset required to find and purchase the land and home that my partner and I are now living in is not the same mindset required to develop and invest in the long term journey of being here. This

Harriet Mella on the science of water handling and drought resilience in plants
February 11, 2023

Those of you whove been following this show for a while have watched my fascination with water and its role in every ecosystem grow over the years. By now, between my professional experience, the cou

Diary of a water restoration design and install
February 03, 2023

Welcome to the first epsiode of season 7! So much has happened in the month between the last episode where I introduced my partner Alba and our new home and farm in Spain. There have been a lot of pro

A first look at our regenerative project in the new year!
December 30, 2022

2022 has been an intense year for me behind the scenes. I don't often talk about my personal life here on the show, but I've had some major milestones this year that I'm excited to share with you.

Nick Steiner and Oliver Goshey on the scope of water cycle restoration options for any project size
December 23, 2022

Ill keep todays intro real short because this is a long episode. The short of it is that my good friend Nick Steiner and I have been diving real deep into the topic of landscape hydrology and water

Zach Weiss and Lorenzo Costa break down the design and process for restoring the water cycle of Tuscany
December 16, 2022

Its not often I get to do interviews in person, and its not often that I get a chance to go to Italy to visit amazing farms and take a course on regional scale landscape hydrological restoration eit

Scott Zona on the gardener’s guide to biology
December 09, 2022

Todays session, in contrast to the more challenging subject of the last two weeks, will take me back into my comfort zone, namely, nerding out about plants and how bizarre and amazing they are. I

Jake Leguee gives a perspective from modern technological farming: Part 2
December 02, 2022

Today well be wrapping up the second in a two part interview that Ive been looking forward to doing for a long time. If you missed the first part of the interview then I really recommend that you go