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At the start of 2020, when setting out on my adventure with the Regenerative Journey I was pretty excited as I knew it was going to be quite something to interview and converse with some truly inspirational guests about their regenerative journeys... Now, as we launch into season 6 of the podcast, I can truly say that I have been blown away by your interest and I have been humbled by all those I have interviewed. The Regenerative Journey podcast - is a must for anyone curious about regenerat ...
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This is Charlie's second interview with Dr Zach Bush, captured 2 days before the groundbreaking Farmers Footprint Australia ReConnecton 2023: Co-creating Australia's Regeneration conference in November 2023. The 12 months that had passed between interviews had yielded some amazing experiences for Zach, having dived even deeper into his quest to rec…
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REGIONAL BRAIN RESET TOUR Allan is embarking on an extraordinary journey through the heart of regional Australia, bringing insights, practical tools and compassionate guidance to communities and individuals. This workshop is designed for anyone who wishes to improve their mental and emotional wellbeing, learn practical techniques to lower stress, a…
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Chilli represents the new generation of farmers, choosing a path dedicated to clean, nutritious food production and education at just 19 years old. Recognising that traditional schooling wouldn't provide the foundational knowledge she sought, Chilli, with her parents’ support, opted for distance education, using their backyard garden as her classro…
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Peter's remarkable work extends beyond creating environmentally focused documentaries; he is also dedicated to showcasing solutions to global environmental changes. Peter is known for his ability to objectively compare and contrast the farming practices of conventional and regenerative farmers across the United States. During the interview, Charlie…
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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 relationsh…
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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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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 pr…
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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 thi…
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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 sta…
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Americans are moving from restrictive economies in California and New York to free economies in Texas and Florida, much like the Israelites escaped captivity in Egypt.Let’s Vote!I had five grandkids in the van recently, and we were trying to decide which park to visit. One of the ten-year-olds suggested energetically, “Let’s vote!” Where did an Ame…
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There are Ten Reasons for Hope in the New Year I often explain that as an economist, I’m a pessimist, but as a Christian, I have hope. Hope is endemic to the Christian spirit and idea. We believe God is at work, even when the US debt clock shows that each individual’s share of the $34 trillion in national debt has increased from $85,000 to $100,000…
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The market will take care of the woke problem in higher education, as consumers choose Christian colleges over corrupt state institutions. John Ellis wrote a fire-breathing editorial in the Wall Street Journal titled Higher Ed Has Become a Threat to America. Subtitled Our corrupt, radical universities feed every scourge from censorship and crime to…
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December is Christian Month. It starts with Thanksgiving and ends with Christmas: the most celebrated holiday event in human history. December is Christian Month. It was not officially declared by any governmental entity. It doesn’t have to be. Just look around. It starts with Thanksgiving and ends with Christmas, the most celebrated holiday event …
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Economics in 2023: we should not expect perfection on this side of heaven.Many people leave the church because they find that their fellow congregants are not perfect. We also hear complaints about the capitalist economy not perfectly serving everyone’s needs. The answer to both of these complaints is found at the root of the problem of all mankind…
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Adam and Eve ate the apple because they wanted to be God. That desire has not gone away, and recently, we are seeing even more evidence of it.Our society is moving from “God to Government” and the implications don’t look great. WorldviewChristian Worldview to secular worldviewThe Christian Worldview says God created a perfect world, fallen humans h…
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The Pilgrims tried socialism and it failed. Then private property led to so much prosperity that they hosted the first Thanksgiving. If you have enough to eat this Thanksgiving, you should be thankful for the private property system that produced the food. We live in the most prosperous, fruitful time in human history. Let’s take a brief look at ho…
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Trade with China makes Americans richer, but China is likely using the profits from their exports to build a military that the US will fight someday. In the 19th century, if a sailor got too drunk in a port city, he might wake up the next day on a ship steaming toward Shanghai. The noun became a verb, and he had been “Shanghaied,” but in the curren…
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School Choice: The rich already have the choice to send their children to any school they want. The poor should have the same choice. The rich should have a choice that the poor do not have. Really?! Think about it: The rich already HAVE school choice; they can send their kids to any expensive school they choose, but poor kids don’t have that choic…
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The US Federal Government's annual expenses are $1.9 trillion more than its revenues. That's a violation of the eighth commandment, and it is economically unsustainable. You will be poorer every day, for the rest of your life, because the Biden administration has increased the national debt in the last three years. That’s the message I gave my soph…
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Scarcity thinkers tell us we are running out of resources. But Christians believe our "Made in the image of God creativity" will continue to find new ways of preserving resources.One of my favorite questions to ask groups is to complete this sentence, “Life was better before we ran out of: _____” You’re right, there’s no answer. At least, in years …
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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 a…
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The powerful religion of Karl Marx and of Islam leads to the powerful political system of totalitarianism, which leads to the powerful economic system of Marxism, which impoverishes its people. How we see God has a lot to do with how we see our fellow man. Belief – Politics - EconomicsWhen I wrote the curriculum for International Economics at Dalla…
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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. T…
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American incomes are 3% more equal today than in 1947. That was the key data point from former Senator Phil Gramm’s recent speech about his new book, titled The Myth of American Inequality.Don’t CovetJust about every discussion that points out inequalities of outcomes is a violation of the tenth commandment against covetousness. From Thomas Pickett…
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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…
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ChatGPT leans liberal and can be deceptive, but Christians should not be afraid of it; It’s simply another machine that will cause creative destruction that makes us economically richer. Toward the end of last semester, I wrote to my Dean in the College of Business, “I either have the best student in the history of our program, or he’s using ChatGP…
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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 rhyth…
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Our creativity comes from being made in the image of God. That creative innovation is best expressed in time-price, defined as how many hours we work to buy something. We're rich.Would you like to pay for your breakfast and get eight free? Wanna pay only 2% of your air conditioning bill? How about paying less than 5% of the marked price for a bicyc…
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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, t…
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We can't make a perfect economic system. But we can make it better.God is perfect, we’re not. But that doesn’t stop people from striving for perfection. So how do we design an economic system for an imperfect world? That’s the subject of today’s podcast.There’s an article in the Wall Street Journal this week by Rachel Feintzeig titled “Try Hard, bu…
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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 trans…
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Christians are called to take care of widows and orphans, because in the agrarian economy of Biblical times, those were the people who didn’t own land, so they were not capable of economically providing for themselves. In the 21st century, we as individuals can care for the less fortunate by two very different economic systems: Competition or Regul…
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Jades Miles is a shining example of how the journey of childhood can determine the course of one's life. Having grown up in a household where homesteading was a normal daily practice, Jade has used her experience to create her own haven of self-reliance with Charlie her husband and children. However her influence goes far beyond her own farm as CEO…
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“Supply causes demand” was the summary statement by the French economist Jean Baptiste Say. The Biden administration has supplied more than $500 million to alleviate homelessness, and demand for it went up 11%. The allotment will be quickly consumed by the Homeless Industrial Complex, who will be back at the Government feeding trough for more, fast…
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