Episode Sixty Five: Regenerative farming approach to living our lives
During this episode, I chat to Tamzin about her journey into discovering regenerative farming and how it impacts her daily life. At 39yo Tamzin suffered a thyroid, autoimmune disease (Graves disease) that was caused by the ‘healthy’ food she ate. Tamzin extensively researched our food system and she realised that we seriously need to rethink and adopt a regenerative approach to living our lives. Tamzin believes that sustainability is no longer enough and her passion for regenerative farming shines through any conversation she has.
Tamzin talks about the disconnect we have with where we think our food comes from and how laziness is at the forefront of this revolution. Tamzin shares how we used to live in small communities with land, go into the garden to get the food and really appreciate the process of getting your food. Our lives have been completely turned upside down the way we have evolved and how we think it’s easier to go to the supermarket. Tamzin offers empowering tips on how we can start questioning where our food comes from and how to start making a difference in what food we are putting on our plates.
Throughout this episode, we discuss powerful tips for gardening and keeping plants alive by having a diverse range of plants to help make them less compact and keeping the soil alive. We talk about reasons why industrially produced food is no longer healthy for us. We discuss how regenerative practices help our soil and how farming resolution needs to bring consumers to the forefront. We can all make a difference as consumers, it’s about collaboration and how we can work together to have a better world and environment. As you are growing your own produce, open yourself up and step into it the whole process.
Tamzin talks about the difference between grass-fed cattle and how the cattle are produced. She talks about if the love and time have been put into the produce, we need to dig deeper into our pockets and know it’s so much better for our health. How we need to invest in healthy options that are produced fairly otherwise we will pay for it later in sickness. Tamzin shares how consumers have an impact on farmers livelihood and how we can make a difference.
Listen in to this conversation episode now to begin your journey to a regenerative farming approach to living our lives.
Tamzin Revell is founder of Farming Revolution. This is a platform for people, to learn about regenerative farming. This includes a website www.farmingrevolution.com.au, Regenerator App and many videos on the Farming Revolution YouTube channel.
At 39yo Tamzin suffered a thyroid, autoimmune disease (Graves disease) that was caused by the ‘healthy’ food she ate. Having extensively researched our food system Tamzin realised that we seriously need to rethink and adopt a regenerative approach to living our lives. Sustainable is no longer enough and her passion for regenerative farming shines through any conversation she has.
More info can be found through her website and socials linked below.
What You’ll Learn
Regenerative farming approach to living our lives
Where food really comes from
How we can make an impact on farmers livelihood
Tips for gardening and keeping plants alive
Understanding and how to care for your own produce
Farming revolution and bringing farmers to the forefront
Links & Resources
Get connected with Tamzin on…
YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClCLpzN5F2Lm3q6-SSUqj8A
Connect with Amy via the below links…
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