An overview of Jeff Goebel's ongoing work to work in bringing consensus among different communities to reduce and reverse climate change. Jeff has been working for over 25 years to help farmers, native peoples, and forestry workers solve local problems such as water retention, food security, agricultural management and conflict resolution with the overarching goal of reversing carbon rates in the atmosphere.
Meet Allen Williams, Gabe Brown and Neil Dennis - heroes and innovators! These ranchers now know how to regenerate their soils while making their animals healthier and their operations more profitable. They are turning ON their soils, enabling rainwater to sink into the earth rather than run off. And these turned ON soils retain that water, so the ranches are much more resilient in drought. It's an amazing story that has just begun.

For those fortunate enough to encounter them, the unique insights and research of Rudolf Steiner have long been a source of wonder and inspiration. Since his death in 1925, Steiner’s vision has grown in both relevance and urgency.

The Challenge of Rudolf Steiner tells the story of his remarkable life, interwoven with contemporary examples of how his ideas and insights have influenced pioneering work all over the world in education, agriculture, medicine, finance and the arts.

Sometimes less is more. Learn organization strategies from Ben Hartman of Iowa's Claybottom Farm. Ben an experienced farmer who has improved his farm management based on Lean principals, originally designed by the Japanese auto industry. Lean allows him to cut waste, increase profit and make his farm more environmentally sustainable.
Neversink Farm in NY grosses $350,000 on farming 1.5 acres (area in production). Here more interviews with small farmers on the podcast: Neversink is an amazingly productive and efficient high intensity vegetable farm. And they are doing it all no till and with appropriate tech.
Jean Pain - A french innovator who developed a compost based bio energy system that produced 100% of his energy needs. He heated water to 60 degrees celsius at a rate of 4 litres a minute which he used for washing and heating.
The Paper Pot Transplanter. The best transplanting tool for small farms, I have ever seen! Subscribe: | Follow my IG: @greencityacres @paperpotco Watch more from Curtis Stone : August Kelowna workshop tickets: Arizona workshop tickets: Selmer, TN workshop tickets: Book discount code: newsub Buy the book here: Digital Tools Package: Curtis' website: Support through Patreon: DONATE TO THE SHOW!!