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78 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Joel Salatin. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Joel Salatin, often where they are interviewed.

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78 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Joel Salatin. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Joel Salatin, often where they are interviewed.

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#1478 - Joel Salatin

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Joel Salatin is an American farmer, lecturer, and author whose books include Folks, This Ain’t Normal, You Can Farm and Salad Bar Beef. His latest book, co-authored with Dr. Sina McCullough, Beyond Labels: A Doctor and a Farmer Conquer Food Confusion One Bite at a Time is available for preorder now.

May 21 2020

2hr 19mins

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1.22 Back To The Answer, Wisdom In A Global Crisis, with Joel Salatin and Darren Doherty.

The EcoIQ Project
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Amazing long form, round table conversation with Joel Salatin and Darren Doherty, recorded right before the CoVid lockdown. We get a real deep insight into what drives and concerns two amazing pioneers and innovators in agriculture and regenerative farming.

Joel Salatin is an outspoken advocate for free speech and choice in food and farmer relationships and transparency of production. An author of 12 eclectic books on farming, entrepreneurship, legal battles and spiritual ecological connection.  Joel's latest communications outreach is his ever relevant blog Musings From a Lunatic Farmer.  Joel is also the head of the highly acclaimed Polyface Farms and widely accepted as the most famous farmer of our time and a huge mentor to thousands of young and passionate new farmers. Also self described as a Christian libertarian environmentalist capitalist lunatic farmer. I have huge respect and affection for Joel as an elder, a friend and a God fearing farmer. 

Known as the master of process Darren Doherty has painstakingly developed an incredibly pragmatic and far reaching platform for total farm planning, the Regrarians Platform. With thousands of hours, ecological farm designs, implementations and successful students Darren’s innovative and incredible contribution to the regenerative farming movement is well established and most recently manifest in his long awaited book The Regrarians Handbook. When it comes to due diligence in farm planning and farming innovation Darren Doherty has become the undisputed last word.  I have a special respect and gratitude to Darren, as my first real teacher and connection into the world of regenerative farming and all the following evolutions. 

The Regarians team and Polyface Farms also collaborated in the production of the deeply moving and acclaimed documentary, Polyfaces. check it.

As we do at The EcoIQ Project, we like to dig deep into these leaders mindset, decision making processes and secrets of success, earned the long short way, through thousands of hours of involvement at all levels of regenerative farming and connecting to our intrinsic relationship to land, food, animals and country.

We cover:

  • Connections and preparations for the upcoming Mother Earth Fair and The Regrarians Handbook launch
  • History of The Mother Earth Magazine and information sharing globally
  • The beginnings of a close professional relationship
  • The hunger for a deeper meaning in farming
  • Thoughts on the work of Dr Jordan Peterson
  • The importance of taking on individual responsibility
  • Entrepreneurial mindset
  • Secrets of mentorship and importance of passing on knowledge
  • What is a big M small D approach?
  • What is real diversity
  • Techniques for developing and refining innovation.
  • Is there a connection between our farming models and the strength of immune system?
  • Richard Perkins and the desire to engage on the deeper end of the water…
  • To serve is how we become most fully human.
  • messages for all…

A deep honour and pleasure to share words of wisdom from these two esteemed elders in this space. many lessons to mediate on and integrate. So get your pen ready and your finger poised over the rewind button, as we embrace the complexity in all things and go deep and dense with Joel Salatin and Darren Doherty.

May 19 2020

2hr 40mins

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Ep 66 | How Do We Feed America During COVID-19? | Guests: Rep. Thomas Massie & Joel Salatin

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Matt Kibbe sits down with self-described Lunatic Farmer Joel Salatin and Rep. Thomas Massie to talk about the food shortages Americans are experiencing as a result of the coronavirus lockdown. The complex interactions that allow food to make it from farm to table have been disrupted by central planners who think they know better, with disastrous results. Rep. Massie has introduced legislation to help fix the problem, but as long as the lockdowns continue, the food supply will suffer.

May 13 2020

1hr 8mins

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Joel Salatin has hope for a post-COVID regenerative agri-culture

The Abundant Edge
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My guest today needs little introduction. Joel Salatin has been one of the most prominent voices in regenerative agriculture for many years now and I thought he’d be the perfect person to not only kick off this new series on regenerative agriculture, but also for his optimistic perspective on the future we are collectively heading into as our countries continue to grapple with the social and economic costs of the COVID-19 pandemic and its response. 
Though I had always planned to speak with Joel about the future and opportunities in regenerative farming in the US and around the world, I had no idea just how relevant these topics would be as we find ourselves questioning the future of just about every industry and its environmental impact at this unique moment in history. Though many of us are looking at the bleak predictions for the world economy and all the other looming catastrophes that involve everything from our environment to the food supply system, we are also seeing an unprecedented review of priorities and focus. 
In this episode Joel and I discuss how this crisis has affected the farming industry at large but also the incredible impact it’s had on small local farmers. He tells me how he can see this event as a blessing if it’s managed correctly and if we use it as one. Joel also gives details about how his own farm is adapting to the restrictions and finding opportunities to bring his community closer and connect them with other local producers in their area. We also muse over the likely changes that our culture will experience for a long time in the wake of this and what the good and worrisome aspects likely are. In the end though, I left this chat feeling inspired and much more optimistic than I was before and I hope that’s how you feel by the end too.
Resources:
https://www.thelunaticfarmer.com/blog/ https://www.polyfacefarms.com/

May 01 2020

1hr 3mins

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Joel Salatin and Jesus, the Christian Testimony of the Lunatic Farmer

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Some have called him the most famous and influential farmer of our day. Renowned worldwide for his innovation in regenerative land stewardship and animal husbandry, Joel Salatin is a household name among small farmers, foodies, and health conscious families. Many of us who are now tending the land owe our inspiration to the writing and speaking of this faithful farmer. A self described 'Christian libertarian environmentalist capitalist lunatic farmer', Mr. Salatin speaks most often to environmentally conscious crowds who would in no way describe themselves as Christians. But his genuine and down to earth relationship with Jesus has enabled him to show love to people as a simple farmer in a way that has opened doors normally shut to those who are vocal about their faith in God. In this insightful interview Joel shares about his personal testimony, how his faith impacts his farming, and how Christian farmers can be more effective in shining the light of Christ.

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Apr 15 2020

1hr 13mins

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This Aint Normal – Joel Salatin - Farm To Table Talk

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‘This aint normal’ is frequently said today and was the title of a 2011 book by the all-american farmer philosopher, Joel Salatin.  It has led to the most popular question in the world today “when will we get back to normal?’  When it comes to our food system the answer is “maybe never” and that could be best. Joel Salatin, his family and team at Polyface Farm in Virginia are creating a new normal for themselves and their farmer partners.  When their restaurant customers were forced to close in response to the Corona Virus pandemic, they created a local farm drive thru venture. Consumers place orders on line and then drive thru to pick up the locally produced animal protein and produce. Sales have skyrocketed as up to 300 cars line up to pick up customers’ prepaid orders. Joel Salatin sees this as a huge opportunity for farmers and consumers all over the country. It aint normal now but there can be better normals ahead. www.polfacefarms.com

Mar 27 2020

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Joel Salatin on Farming, Experience and Mastery.

The Permaculture Podcast
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Joel Salatin shares his thoughts on farming, the importance of experience, and the role of mastery over ourselves and our chosen discipline.

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These topics layout the major themes of the conversation that follows but touch only on the barest of the depth you’ll hear. Together  Joel and I explore land access for new farmers, living frugally,  agriculture based on skilled people, mentoring and apprenticeship, the nature of wisdom, and what it means to be well-read and with it well rounded: to be an interesting conversationalist with something to say and a provocative way to say it, so others find us and our message appealing.

I left this conversation thinking about the personal changes we can make now to become experts in our chosen field and how that serves as a model for others that continues the change that already began. Eventually, that daily change becomes the future we cannot imagine for generations to come.

Once you’ve given this interview a  listen, leave a comment below and let me know your thoughts. Or, you can also get in touch with me directly in the usual ways.

Giveaway: Everything I Want to Do Is Illegal

Resources
Polyface Farms
Eager Farmer

Feb 15 2020

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#97 Farms, Food and Health with Joel Salatin

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Joel Salatin has been called "America's best farmer" by Time magazine.  He is a self-described Christian libertarian environmentalist capitalist lunatic farmer (his words, not mine!).  He runs Polyface Farms and has helped develop the movement of regenerative agriculture, written 12 books, done multiple TED and TEDMED talks, featured in Michael Pollan's bestselling book The Omnivores Dilemma and multiple award-winning documentaries like Food Inc, and he is the Editor of The Stockman Grass Farmer.

Today we talk about the symbiotic connection between the land, soil, animals and our health. 

More info at www.polyfacefarms.com

Joel Salatin's TED talk (one of them): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Z75A_JMBx4

A different regenerative agriculture method called agroforestry by Ernst Gotsch that is not dependent on animals (this is a beautiful short film) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSPNRu4ZPvE&vl=en

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Jan 23 2020

1hr 3mins

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Joel Salatin calls himself a ‘Christian libertarian environmentalist capitalist lunatic farmer’. Others who like him call him the most famous farmer in the world, the high priest of the pasture, and the most eclectic thinker from Virginia since Thomas Jefferson. Those who don’t like him call him a bio-terrorist, Typhoid Mary, charlatan, and starvation advocate.


With a room full of debate trophies from high school and college days, twelve published books, and a thriving multi-generational family farm, he draws on a lifetime of food, farming and fantasy to entertain and inspire audiences around the world. He’s as comfortable moving cows in a pasture as he is addressing CEOs in a Wall Street business conference. 


A wordsmith and master communicator, he prefers to describe his lectures as word performance rather than presentation, and moves audiences from laughs one minute to tears the next, from frustration to hopefulness, often receiving standing ovations. He prefers the word ‘performance’ rather than ‘presentation’ to describe his lectures. His favorite activity?–Q&A. “I love the interaction,” he says.


He co-owns, with his family, Polyface Farm in Swoope, Virginia. The farm, which was featured in the New York Times bestseller Omnivore’s Dilemma and award-winning documentary Food Inc. and The Magic Pill.


In this episode, Joel will share with us:

  • the importance of nurturing the soil, and the farming practices that best do this
  • the environmental cost of farming animals versus that of growing monocrops


To find out more about Joel Salatin, please visit http://www.polyfacefarms.com/



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Dec 24 2019

1hr 8mins

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Joel Salatin: The Uberization of Food (Not Twinkies, REAL food)

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Joel Salatin is a "Christian Libertarian Environmentalist Capitalist Lunatic" who is re-inventing the way food is grown, distributed and consumed. Here we examine how current legislation is based on 1906 technology, and the new culinary entrepreneurship that is expanding as we break the shackles of 19th century "Darwinian" agriculture. Discover Joel at https://www.thelunaticfarmer.com.

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Dec 18 2019

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