Podcasts, Blogs & Videos

Want to learn more about regenerative agriculture straight from the horse’s mouth? This is the place to find the best podcasts, blogs, and free videos to watch and listen to. Each of the recommendations below focus on agriculture and soil health, hoping to describe the nitty-gritty details of everyday farm life, or how you can incorporate regenerative thinking into your everyday life – even if you don’t have a plot of land!

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The Urban Farm Podcast

Three days a week, host Greg Peterson invites a veritable mish-mash of celebrities, farmers, and everyone in between to discuss the Grow Your Own Food revolution. Focusing on viable tips for growing food in urban settings, as well as in-depth interviews, this show aims to inform and inspire a more local food community.

The Thriving Farmer Podcast

This podcast focuses on giving farmers tips and tricks to build a profitable business, while asking the hard questions about where the agricultural industry is going, and where it should be going. The weekly podcast features a variety of guests from different backgrounds, alongside the host Michael Kilpatrick, who has over 15 years of real-life farming experience.

Farmerama

Farmerama Radio is an award-winning monthly podcast sharing the voices of smaller-scale farmers in the UK and beyond. They are committed to positive ecological futures for the earth and its people, and believe that the farmers of the world will determine this. By giving producers a voice, they aim to rejuvenate the respect, confidence and vibrancy of smaller-scale farmers and rural communities.

The Regenerative Agriculture Podcast

A show for professional growers looking to greatly increase crop quality, yield, and profit, hosted by John Kempf, Founder of AEA (Advancing Eco Agriculture). On this show, John and his guests describe why most growers have crop challenges, and how to resolve them. You will find straightforward, actionable information about growing that can be implemented right away to increase crop quality, yields, pest resistance, and climate resilience — to regenerate soil health, and most importantly, increase farm profitability.

Acres USA – Podcasts

A print publication subscription that is “the only national magazine that offers a comprehensive guide to sustainable agriculture.” Drawing on knowledge accumulated during more than 45 years of continuous publication, they write about the latest techniques for growing bountiful, nutritious crops and healthy, vibrant livestock.

Blogs

Farming Secrets

Farming Secrets provides a like-minded, supportive community working towards creating healthy soils, healthy plants, healthy animals and a healthy future for generations to come.

Farmer Angus

Farmer Angus is one of two grass fed, pasture-reared beef producers in the Western Cape of South Africa. His onsite butchery is, however, the only one processing the beef that is produced on his farm. Biodynamic and regenerative agricultural principles and practices are applied in the raising of the farm’s animals which includes cattle, pigs, broiler chickens and laying hens, as well as vegetables and wine.

Mazi Farm Blog

A challenging farm located on the slopes of the central Greek island, Evia. Led at the helm by a young group of farmers employing regenerative farming and agroforestry techniques to show what is truly possible – while producing delicious figs, pistachios, pomegranates, almonds, and prickly pear for the consumer. As interesting to follow along for their vision as for their visuals, they have been awarded top regenerative agriculture blog to follow in 2020.

Frank Holzman Blog

A blog about radical and regenerative farming that features musings about reforestation, ecosystem building, and references to other resources.

SOIL Haiti Blog

If you want to follow the organisations various projects and successes as they are in process, this is a great blog to follow as it gives particular insight into their operations.

Abundant Design

Abundant Design is based in Des Moines, Iowa, and provides services to help design, plant, and manage permaculture-based landscapes and gardens. Alongside this, their blog helps to give good tips and tools and chronicles their work.

Pasturemap Blog

Practical grazing management knowledge for cattle and ranch profitability. PastureMap is a software whose mission is to help farmers and ranchers make profits building healthy grasslands, and their blog features interesting and helpful tips and tools.

Propagate, Discover Regeneration

A great blog on all things regenerative and what is happening now within the movement. They also feature in-depth films that look at the profitability and sustainability of different agricultural businesses within the movement.

Earth on Sight

More of a news outlet than a blog, Earth on Sight offers the best curated information about climate change, environment, economic development, countries and governments with the use of data, technology and tools. Their topics centre on regenerative agriculture, permaculture, consumerism, energy conservation, water crisis, cultures, societies and inspiring stories of change-makers!

Abundant Permaculture

Justin Rhodes, of youtube fame, provides free resources and online courses through this website, alongside a helpful blog and lots of free tools focusing especially on how to grow your own chickens.

The Lunatic Farmer

Joel Salatin, the self-proclaimed lunatic farmer, waxes lyrical on this blog about everything Polyface Farms, musings on the state of the current agricultural industry, and everything in between and beyond.

Acres USA – Blogs

A print publication subscription that is “the only national magazine that offers a comprehensive guide to sustainable agriculture.” Drawing on knowledge accumulated during more than 45 years of continuous publication, they write about the latest techniques for growing bountiful, nutritious crops and healthy, vibrant livestock.

Videos

Regenerative Agriculture Documentaries

A playlist of several documentaries focused on regenerative agriculture and its main principles, produced by the Savory Institute. This four part series explores the farmers, ranchers and producers who truly understand the impact they have on the environment, and who are fighting to change the way that products are produced.

Farmers Friend

Their mission statement is to inspire and equip the next generation of small-scale farmers. Through farm tours, educational videos, and interviews, the Farmers Friend channel is great to see and meet lots of farmers across the world who believe in alternative ways of feeding a growing planet.

Rob Greenfield

Rob Greenfield is an activist and humanitarian dedicated to leading the way to a more sustainable and just world. He embarks on extreme projects to bring attention to important global issues and inspire positive change. His youtube channel is a source of inspiration, education, and cover areas such as healthy living, growing your own food, self-sufficiency, off-the-grid living, zero waste, and permaculture.

Happen Films

Documentary films about sustainability, tiny houses, permaculture, natural building, and more. They travel around the world, documenting unique farms and permaculture homesteads – worth the watch for inspiration and beautiful aerial shots of abundant farms proving the ability of permaculture design principles to develop regenerative methods.

Living Soil

Produced by the Soil Health Institute, this film chronicles the basis of any regenerative farming method: the soil. This is a great educational video for those wanting to learn more about this essential basis of life, and how vital it is to the continued improvement of our ability to provide food for ourselves and our neighbours.

Justin Rhodes

Justin Rhodes and his family create weekly, sometimes daily, videos of their life on a small-holding farm. Initially chronicling their journey from the very beginning, the show now features everything from their travels, to daily challenges, and some of Justin’s own inventions to cope with learning the ways of regenerative farming. With 662k subscribers and counting, this show is growing in popularity due to their candid, fun, inspirational take on living their life on a farm – you’ll weather the storms with them, and celebrate the joys of bounty – a thoroughly enjoyable show to watch for enjoyment, as much as education.

From the Ground Up

Inspired by Charles Massy’s best-selling book “Call of the Reed Warbler”, filmmaker Amy Browne set out across the dry farming country of South East NSW to meet Massy and the other trailblazing farmers bringing new life to their land. Regenerative agriculture is one of the most promising wide-scale environmental solutions. This short documentary is a comprehensive journey through a variety of landscapes and regenerative farming techniques.

Freedom Homestead

Freedom Homestead share their life of living off the land, being together as family, and sharing their adventures. They share tips such as living on a tight budget, how they take care of their home and family – all while growing as much of their own food as they can.

Acres USA – Videos

A print publication subscription that is “the only national magazine that offers a comprehensive guide to sustainable agriculture.” Drawing on knowledge accumulated during more than 45 years of continuous publication, they write about the latest techniques for growing bountiful, nutritious crops and healthy, vibrant livestock.

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