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Organic Food WA and Regenerative Radio (WA)

This site has been created to present the case for organic farming practice with reference to the environmental, economic and public health benefits. It also looks at how modern agricultural practices evolved and at the environmental and economic flaws in modern industrial farming practices.
Organicfoodwa.com's creator, Barry Green, has been collecting interviews since 2001 with experts in business, arts, agriculture and science as they travel through WA, to give insight to listeners of Western Tourist Radio 87.6FM. Interviews selected for the COBWA website will be of particular interest to residents of the South West / Great Southern Region.

Advancing Eco Ag (USA)

John Kempf is the founder of Advancing Eco Agriculture, a plant nutrition and biostimulants consulting company. A top expert in the field of biological and regenerative farming, John founded AEA in 2006 to help fellow farmers by providing the education, tools, and strategies that will have a global effect on the food supply and those who are growing that supply. John is the host of the Regenerative Agriculture Podcast, where he interviews top scientists and growers about the science and principles of implementing regenerative agriculture on a large scale.

Bionutrient Food Association (USA)

There is important work being done here developing technology and awareness around nutrient density. The Bionutrient Food Association (BFA) research team consists of Grower Members, soil scientists and agronomists who will use a sophisticated tool to determine the levels of many different types of nutrients and minerals with a single scan. "It is our opinion that it is in the best interest of all of us to eat the best quality food possible. It is also our opinion that money talks, and when people start making pocket book decisions, the markets follow."

Acres Magazine (USA)

Acres U.S.A. is North America’s premier publisher on production-scale organic and sustainable farming. Their magazine has been in print for 45 continuous years, and the Acres website boasts a massive book store, events (such as the Healthy Soil Summit and Eco-Ag Conference) and an audio learning section for those busy with hands in the dirt.

Regrarians (AUS)

Darren J. Doherty took the lead from P.A. Yeoman's Keyline Scale of Permanence, Allan Savory's Holistic Management and the Design Principles of Permaculture, culminating in what is now called the Regrarians Platform®, in development since 2006.
Visit the website to see the tech innovations connecting thinkers worldwide, documentary and podcast, consultation and education opportunities and to understand the basics of the Regrarians Platform®.

Regenerative Radio (WA)

Barry Green has been collecting interviews since 2001 with experts in business, arts, agriculture and science as they travel through WA, to give insight to listeners of Western Tourist Radio 87.6FM. Interviews selected for the COBWA website will be of particular interest to residents of the South West / Great Southern Region.

Integrity Soils (NZ/Intl)

Integrity Soils' Nicole Masters follows the work of Dr Elaine Ingham (www.soilfoodweb.com) by consulting, facilitating workshops, creating presentations and generally championing soil health for growers and consumers. They are based in Huntly NZ and offer services world-wide. Nicole talked to Barry Green (COBWA Committee member and operator of Western Tourist Radio) - see link under "Regenerative Radio."
The resources page is well stocked, and the videos show Nicole's talent for speaking on behalf of the microbes. Check out their blog for more articles.

Soil and Health Library (USA/AUS)

The Soil and Health Library is a not-for-profit association incorporated in New South Wales, Australia, and was started as an online entity in 1997 by Steve Solomon. The Library's Mission is to preserve key original agriculture, health, spiritual freedom, personal sovereignty and environmental publications, and make them available on the internet. Many of the books/excerpts provided are no longer in print, available for you on .pdf! Please note the copyright statement on the Library website. Our thanks to Steve and the Soil and Health Library Committee, and all those who donate to the cause.

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