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RegenEarth

The podcast for the RegenEarth online Conferences. Each season we cover the upcoming guests, themes, ideas and techniques to turn your piece of land into a food producing carbon sink.

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RegenEarth Trailer
Welcome to the RegenEarth Podcast. Changing the world from the soil up.   Facebook Page:    email:   
03:56 06/13/2019
1.1 Compost and Why You Should!
The Online Conference:  Learn how to compost, grow earthworms and soooo much more at the regen@regenearth.net Soil ecologist challenges mainstream thinking on climate change Dark Emu by:  Quote: Garden guides often describe composting as "nature's way" of recycling. Not so -- you just don't ever find large amounts of organic matter with the correct carbon-nitrogen ratio, water content and aeration carefully piled up by bears or gorillas working away in the forests with a compost fork and a watering-can, leaving it cooking away at high temperatures and emitting jets of steam. Nature doesn't make compost. Nature mulches. End Quote Quote: It's estimated that a human with a compost fork and a watering-can, carefully piling up organic matter with the correct C/N ratio, water content and aeration so that it cooks away at high temperatures and emits jets of steam, can make as much topsoil in a year as nature can make in a century, and nature definitely approves. You can tell when nature's happy, the plants smile at you. When she's not happy you can tell by all the "side-effects". Try it and see. Any gardener can quickly learn to make compost. End Quote
18:11 07/26/2019
1.2. What Less Can I Do?
The Online Conference:  Learn how to compost, grow earthworms and soooo much more at the    
17:36 08/02/2019
1.3 Vavilov and the Leningrad Seed Collection
The Online Conference:  Learn how to compost, grow earthworms and soooo much more at the  
13:05 08/09/2019
2.1 The One Square Metre Garden
Transcript available
15:36 02/05/2020
2.2 What are the easiest veggies to grow in a regen backyard?
Transcript: HERE  
26:43 02/12/2020
2.3. The Easiest Herbs For A Regen Garden
The show producer has not yet provided a description for this episode.
16:49 02/19/2020
S2 E4 What are heirlooms how do I grow them?
Blog post: HERE
23:43 02/26/2020
S2. E5. Worm Farm in the Backyard
Transcript  
22:56 03/04/2020
S2 E6. Compost: how to make and use it
The show producer has not yet provided a description for this episode.
13:32 03/11/2020
S3 E1 Chooks in the Backyard
Transcript: FREE No-Dig gardening eBook:
21:09 08/14/2020
S3E2 Other Poultry in the backyard, Quail, Guinea Fowl, Ducks
Transcript: FREE No-Dig gardening eBook:
35:06 09/14/2020
S3E3. Saving Money and Eating Well/Healthy
Transcript: FREE No-Dig gardening eBook: Udemy No-Dig Course:
49:42 10/17/2020
S4 E1.Ducks and The ChangeUnderground
Links: ChangeUnderground No-Dig Gardening Course: Rich Bowden Writing:  
22:08 02/07/2021
S4E2 Buckwheat
Links: ChangeUnderground No-Dig Gardening Course: Rich Bowden Writing:  
27:44 03/09/2021
S4E3 Losing Topsoil and Repairing It
Transcript   ‎ How the Loss of Soil Is Sacrificing America’s Natural Heritage Climate Shift Podcast The ChangeUnderground Academy James Rebanks   Daniella Ibara-Howell    
32:44 05/04/2021
S5E1 COP26: What's Changed?
LINKS The ChangeUnderground Academy No-Dig Gardening Course: FREE eBook: email: Facebook Page:   Bubugo Conservation Trust Fertiliser prices boom as Incitec Pivot plans closure of Gibson Island plant Nations reach climate deal at COP26 after compromise on coal COP26 Reaches Consensus on Key Actions to Address Climate Change (POress Release) COP26 climate deal ‘too late’ for vulnerable countries but too much for others A watered-down COP26 deal as Delhi chokes Cuba's organic revolution
09:49 12/01/2021