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The EAT Community Podcast

The EAT Community Podcast

Hosted by: Ecolonomic Action Team (EAT)

We Interview leaders all over the world who teach us about what they are doing to "make some money making the planet better - ECOLONOMICS". Listen here or join us at The EAT Community to enjoy all of the visuals!

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EAT Special Guest Zebulon Horrell From The Montana Flat

Zebulon Horrell was amazing! This session was really fun. in this session, Zebulon talked about his farm and how he managers his animals and plants, and what he does differently from the traditional farmers. You will...
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EAT Special Guest Webinar Philip Taylor

amazing session by our special guest speaker Philip Taylor from Mad Agriculture. He has unique techniques and philosophies about regenerative agriculture, backed by his academic and practical knowledge. You will...
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EAT Webinar with Dr. Elaine Ingham & Soil Food Web Professionals

This is an Amazing Webinar with Dr. Elaine Ingham & Soil Food Web Professionals Don't miss out on the visuals. Join The EAT Community and get access to it ALL!
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Restoration Agriculture with Mark Shepard and Jefferey

This episode contains a brief description of the Restoration Agriculture Series by Mark Shepard - The man who wrote the book! - Don't miss out on the visuals. Join The EAT Community and get access to it ALL!
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Profitable Backyard Aquaculture - Design & Infrastructure

What in the heck is infrastructure? Well, it is those parts of a system that is usually stationary, stable, and the foundation of the system.  For aquaculture, it involves things like water, tanks, ponds, raceways,...
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EAT Special Guest Alexsandra Guerra Co-Founder and Director at NORI

While growing up in Miami FL, Alexsandra learned of the real impacts that climate change could have on our lives. Driven by a deep sense of urgency to prevent the pending disasters of sea-level rise on the place she...
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EAT Special Guest Steve Swaffar: No-Till on the Plains

Steve Swaffar Executive Director at No-TillNo-till on the Plains is a 501c3 non-profit educational organization whose mission is to provide education and networking on agricultural production systems that model...
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EAT Special Guests Zach and Kacie - RE:FARM

We’re Zach and Kacie Scherler-Abney. We connected while we were both working (remotely) for nonprofits based in Uganda, and we got married a short ten months later. Kacie grew up on a ranch in SW Oklahoma where her...
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EAT Special Guest Monique Figueiredo from CompostableLA

Compostable aims to give people the same warm feeling they get when they know they’ve “done well”. She has been showing people how to turn their food waste into compost and SO much more! Don't miss out on the visuals....
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EAT Special Guest Christy Wilhelmi -

Christy Wilhelmi empowers people to grow their own food, to be more self-reliant, and to reduce pollution and waste, one garden at a time. Christy is the founder of Gardenerd, the ultimate resource for garden...
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Permaculture Series: YYC Growers

SO great connecting with them on this webinar ! This YYC Growers’ Harvest Box is a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)-style program that is unique to Calgary. "We draw from 15 farm owners, who grow in and around...
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Permaculture Series: Matt Powers-Permaculture's Response to the Pandemic

Matt Powers is an author, educator, and entrepreneur focused on creating the academic bridge with regenerative agriculture by aligning education with current regenerative science, natural principles, and clear ethics:...
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