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Regenerative by Design Podcast where we get to the root of health, climate, economics and food. Host, Joni Kindwall-Moore, is an RN, an Ethnobotanist and the founder of Snacktivist Foods. Join us on this journey as we explore the ideas, stories and personalities behind the regenerative food system movement including climate change, human health, economics and food as well as other deeply interconnected topics. In this podcast, we will be “going there” and leaning into topics that might make ...
 
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To learn more about Scott Gail and the Spokane Conservation District, please visit spokanecd.org. To learn more about Derek Axten, please visit axtenfarms.ca. Books referenced in the show: Think and Grow Rich, by Napoleon Hill The Serengeti Rules, by Sean B. Carroll David Ann, David Brown booksBy Joni Kindwall-Moore, Derek Axten, & Scott Gail
 
To learn more about Anne & David, visit their website dig2grow.com. The Hidden Half of Nature is available on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3SUrlmr What Your Food Ate: How to Heal Our Land and Reclaim Our Health is available on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3rOadmG Growing a Revolution: Bringing Our Soil Back to Life is available on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3RL…
 
Juggling long nursing shifts and busy days full of activities with my three kids is undoubtedly a challenge, but it means the most to us. I found that if I made large batches of gluten-free, vegan, dry-mixes on the weekends, it was easier for us to eat healthier & high-quality throughout the week. Shortly after, friends and coworkers began asking w…
 
To connect with Don or learn more about publications or projects he is working on, please visit www.linkedin.com/in/donosborn/. To learn more about the North American Millets Alliance, please visit www.millets2023.space. Action Item: Ask your super market to carry Millets. This program is brought to you by Snacktivist Foods. The learn more about Sn…
 
Ty has focused on soil health and no-till agriculture as a means for increased ag health and food safety. Joni and Ty discussed how the family farm has deteriorated as children of farmers leave the industry and how to put the fun back into Farming to retain the younger generation. Food, Farming, & Healthcare - What is farming today? What are the av…
 
Tim shares his history in farming, his perspective on food health, and his ideas on what the future of farming will look like. Joni and Tim explore the idea that our food growing methods are making people sick and the loss of nutrients in our food supply decreasing long-term health outlook. To learn more about Tim’s 1000 Springs Mill operation, ple…
 
The founding of Teff Co is a story that bridges rural Idaho to the horn of Africa. Teff Co was started by Idaho native, Wayne Carlson after a trip to Ethiopia. Wayne's sons, Royd and Gareth, are now the operators of Teffco and scaling the business to new levels. A staple grain Ethiopia and Eritrea, Teff it is naturally gluten free and a hardy crop.…
 
Maggie Sadowsky is an expert in transforming food categories. Joni and Maggie discuss the fact that not many people know about the Food scientist profession or what they do. Everything we eat is touched by a food scientist at some point in the process. Plant-based foods discussion. Maggie was named the top plant-based food creator. Joni and Maggie …
 
John is the founder of Nutiva, named one of Inc Magazine’s fastest growing companies in America, is dedicated to nourishing people and planet. Joni and John talk about how John took an interest in regenerative agriculture and how the movie Kiss The Ground came about. Kiss The Ground - Movie information link kissthegroundmovie.com John shares his vi…
 
In today’s episode Joni talks with Jessica Grad from Great Plains Regeneration. Jessica’s company has developed an ongoing education program for farmers and ranchers to incorporate regenerative agriculture techniques. Her projects also include watershed regeneration and regional marketplace development. Jessica shared how the regenerative agricultu…
 
John Manuel has been working in the commodity grain market for decades and sits to talk with Joni about the over status of the industry. How does grain transportation and inflation in general impact food costs and food purchase patterns. The benefits of proso-millet crops on water usage and natural resources. “The best thing you can do for water co…
 
Joni and David discuss food sustainability and agricultural process impact on human health. In this episode Joni and David look at regenerative agriculture and food in the over all eco system and humans as a piece of that eco system that is driving healthy patterns food production. The connection between soil health and food health factors and the …
 
Joni talks about the increase of food allergies and the societal move towards gluten free foods and a brief food history and grain crops. Joni highlights the increase in wheat intake and the decrease in American farming as a profession and talks about the impact of these two trends on the American economic system and our overall health. Joni presen…
 
Joni talks with Dr. Travis Denton from WSU about pharmaceutical chemistry. They also discuss regenerative food health looking specifically at the science behind growing healthy foods. The thesis behind today’s episode is using foods as medicine. Phytochemicals, also called phytonutrients, are the potentially helpful compounds found in plant foods. …
 
In this episode of Regenerative by Design with guests Sarah Day Levesque and Anthony Corsaro, you will learn more about Regenerative Food Systems as an economic opportunity that has the potential to positively impact the world. Sarah always wanted to “save the world through agriculture” and came into the regenerative movement by way of the conventi…
 
Welcome to part 2 of our water series in the Regenerative by Design podcast series. In this episode, we discuss our oceans. Most discussions about regenerative agriculture are focused on land systems. We will explore the role of regeneration in the world's oceans. We will learn about mariculture, kelp farming, and fishing through the lens of Dune L…
 
Today, we hear from Laura McCord, the Executive Sustainability Director for KeHE. Laura combines her lifelong passion for the outdoors and nature with her career in grocery and natural products distribution to lead the way in corporate sustainability. She is passionate about conservation and building business practices that reflect and uphold these…
 
In this episode, Chef Pierre Thiam takes us on a journey from a boy growing up in coastal Senegal dreaming of becoming a scientist to a young man, who finds himself in downtown Manhattan in the early 90’s. As his story unfolds, we see how sometimes “the fates” have a way of putting us on a path that is very different to what we had envisioned. Chef…
 
Our future will be defined by those who understand deeply ingrained systems but have the ability to harness that knowledge, think outside of the box, and free the system to move toward a better model. Few are doing this as well as Claudia Carter. Claudia will take us on a journey from her hometown of Manta, Ecuador to her current role as Executive …
 
Tripp is a Colorado native with a long history of involvement with water, water rights and conservation. Water is the most important “commodity” on Earth and today we kick off our first of several sessions dedicated to the complex relationship that humans have with this precious resource. Tripp is a student of Axiology which is the philosophical st…
 
Jason Marmon grew up in North Dakota where he experienced the transformation of his community in the midst of oil booms and the rapid development of extraction-based infrastructure. In this episode, you will hear his story. He has a unique perspective on how rural, urban, and Tribal culture are continuously navigating the challenges of modern devel…
 
Don Scheuerman is a farmer and co-founder of the Grain Shed who has committed himself to the study and practice of landrace grain cultivation, regenerative agriculture, and innovative economic models. Don’s passion is for the many “forgotten” kinds of wheat and barley. Not only do these grains have exceptional flavor characteristics, but they can a…
 
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