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The Wildland Podcast2021-09-20T19:52:51+00:00

“To pay attention is to see the remarkable. In many ways far too real, it is to see ourselves in the ordinary, the daily, the mundane miracles of Creation.”

Daniel Firth Griffith, Wild Like Flowers

2311, 2021

S2:E8 – The Conversationalist: Regeneration as the Nurturing of Moments with Joel Salatin

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In this episode, we have intensely philosophical and pratically enriching conversation around the rededication of the Regenerative Movement!

111, 2021

S2:E6 – What Cares These Roarers: Shakespeare’s The Tempest, Wisdom, and the Need for Human Management

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In this episode, we tackle question such as: what is a wild system? What does wisdom have to do with regenerative agriculture? What is the role of humans and human impact in wild or natural systems? Are wild and natural systems ... actually "wild?"

2610, 2021

S2:E5 – The Conversationalist: Tradition, Habits, and the Role of Local Meat Processing with Brandon Sheard

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In this episode, we discuss question around the scaling the regenerative movement by keeping it small? What does that even mean? What is the role of the human in natural systems that nourish all life? What does it mean for a life to noursh?g

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