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The McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine presents “Regenerative Medicine Today,” an audio podcast series that features interviews with scientists and clinicians addressing new therapies, where the primary strategy is to repair/replace tissue and organs that have been damaged by disease or trauma, vs. the classical approach used today to treat the symptoms of the insult to the body. Also included are patient interviews where regenerative medicine helped to address their affliction.
 
A Regenerative Future with Matt Powers is a podcast focused on ushering in a syntropic future of abundance and regeneration using permaculture. Hear from experts from all over the world who are actively working to reverse the damage we've done to our ecosystems and ourselves. Learn how to apply these lessons to your own life and help bring about the abundant future we all desire!
 
As the climate crisis deepens, we are becoming more aware of just how badly we have failed to respect our most precious asset: nature. We depend entirely on it for our food, our air, our water and our shelter, and yet, we have been neglecting and exploiting nature for decades, even centuries. Nature-based solutions (NbS) promise to redress the balance by restoring habitats and ecosystems. In doing so, we can tackle the biodiversity crisis, meet our climate targets, adapt to flood and drought ...
 
Hi my name is Dr. Ross Carter, and I am a Regenerative Warrior. What is a Regenerative Warrior? We are a group of doctors striving to use the most advanced methods available to help our patients turn back the hands of time and return their quality of life. We make the Impossible .... Possible. Our podcast is one of the fastest growing Regenerative Medicine & Anti-Aging Podcasts in the world. Each & Every Tuesday and Thursday, I talk to the top experts to show doctors how to Market, Manage, & ...
 
What does it mean to live - and work - in harmony with your ethics, your values and your activism? What can we do to accelerate a culture shift towards a more regenerative paradigm, and...how do we do it whilst paying the bills?! Exploring money and the economy, passion and burnout syndrome, activism and entrepreneurialism, The Regenerative Livelihood Podcast is setting sail and hoping to spark a unique conversation around how we - as activists and seekers of change - can tip the economy in ...
 
Gregory Laurence, MD introduces cell surgery and explains the purpose of this podcast series addressing the role of the use of stem cell and stromal vascular fraction. Regenerative medicine, in its broadest definition, includes: Nutrition, risk avoidance, exercise, bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT), platelet rich plasma (PRP), and cell surgery (the topic of this series). There is much confusion regarding the cellular area of regenerative medicine. It has not been fully determin ...
 
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Best-Selling Author Jean-Martin Fortier Revolutionized Market Gardening & then proved he can do the same with Permaculture with Quatre Temps farms!! He is a leader and one of the most successful farmer entrepreneurs in the world. Join us for this amazing R-Future 2021 conversation with one of my most favorite people in the world: Jean Martin Fortie…
 
Regenerative Medicine Today welcomes Dr. George Hussey. Dr. Hussey is an Assistant Professor in the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Department of Pathology. Dr. Hussey discusses his research in clinical translation of extracellular matrix (ECM)-based materials for functional tissue reconstruction. For more information about Dr. Hussey,…
 
Maddie Akkermans, co-founder of The Weather Makers, joins us to discuss the role of water cycle, aquatic systems, and weather systems in regeneration. --------------------------------------------------- Join our Gumroad community, discover the tiers and benefits on www.gumroad.com/investinginregenag. Support our work: Share it Give a 5-star rating …
 
Charlie's guest for this episode is business development guru Adam Gibson. Adam Gibson grew up on a small bush block in SE QLD, and over the next 35 years owned a gym, competed in body building competitions, mentored natural health business and 'went to the edge' before finding himself back on the land and knee deep in bringing together the vital c…
 
In this episode, host Vince Heeringa is joined by Dr David Bergin, Prof. Warwick Silvester and Mark Kimberley, the scientists and authors behind the latest O Tātou Ngāhere research paper; Carbon Sequestration by Native Forest: Setting the Record Straight. The podcast delves into the research, which demonstrates that well-managed planted indigenous …
 
We have the pleasure of welcoming back Brett Chedzoy on the podcast. While last time we dedicated much of the conversation to transforming woods into a productive silvopasture, this time we focus on planting trees into pasture. We go into a lot of depth into the design of such plantations as well as their management implications. We conclude the in…
 
Rick Clark is a fifth-generation farmer from Warren County, Indiana. Driven by a desire to work alongside mother nature, Rick has been implementing regenerative practices on his farm for almost a decade. Rick’s commitment to soil health has allowed him to grow his operation to 7000 organic, no-till acres, in part by employing a variety of cover cro…
 
Vicki Hird is Head of the Sustainable Farming Campaign for Sustain: The Alliance for Better Food and Farming, and she also runs an independent consultancy. An experienced and award-winning environmental campaigner, researcher, writer and strategist working mainly in the food, farming and environmental policy arenas, Vicki has worked on government p…
 
It's early morning here when I recorded this but I had to put my thoughts into words and share them:We had such high hopes for this technology especially for education but something changed along the way. There was a shift from connection and empowerment to divide and conquer, from expression to influence, from choice to dictation. Somewhere along …
 
Clément Chenost, the Co-Founder and CEO of Moringa Partnership/ Fund, joins us to discuss the role of de-commoditizing value chains, vertical integration, and consumer behaviour in regeneration. We also discussed consumer demand and commoditisation that leads to premiums of sometimes over 100% and drives the regenerative transition. ---------------…
 
The acclaimed author and journalist Gabrielle Chan is Charlie's guest for this episode. Gabrielle Chan's media and journalism background combined with her 'opposition defiance disorder' has seen her challenge political and rural issues with curiosity and persistence, resulting in a unique perspective on how the two intersect. Sitting in her garden …
 
Liz Weigand is the owner of Agricultural Connections. Based in Central Oregon, Agricultural Connections provides farm-fresh food year-round to homes, companies, restaurants and grocery stores. Please support this podcast by checking out Steward: https://gosteward.com/ EPISODE LINKS Agricultural Connections Website: https://agriculturalconnections.c…
 
Integrating Permaculture into Modern Culture A talk by William Padilla BrownOriginally from R-Future, Jan 2021.MycoSymbiotics - William's Company:http://mycosymbiotics.net/Come listen & watch William + 60 other speakers talk about their visions for a hopeful future!!Join us for R-Future 2022 - the FREE Online Conference:http://R-Future.world…
 
Jesse Frost, aka Farmer Jesse, is a certified organic market gardener, freelance journalist, and the host of The No-Till Market Garden Podcast. He is also a cofounder of notillgrowers.com, where he helps collect the best and latest no-till insights from growers in the United States, Canada, the UK, and Europe. He and his wife, Hannah Crabtree, prac…
 
Philosopher, founder and director of Programmes of the Schumacher College, International Centre for ecological studies, Satish is Editor Emeritus of Resurgence & Ecologist and author of the book Soil Soul Society. --------------------------------------------------- Join our Gumroad community, discover the tiers and benefits on www.gumroad.com/inves…
 
In this episode Charlie chats with Andy Carbone about his regenerative journey so far. Andy Carbone started his life on a Central Queensland cattle station before trying his hand at acting, screen writing and film directing. A career and life change that stood him in good stead for a number of challenges that he would face on his own journey, which…
 
Are you Prepared for What's Coming?Permaculture is the ultimate way to prepare yourself, your family, and your community for any systemic disruptions or even collapse. By partnering with nature, we are tapping into the regenerative source for all civilization and potential. It is the bedrock, the foundation, for all stability, opportunity, and weal…
 
John Kempf is a farmer, author, researcher, entrepreneur, podcast host, and soil and plant expert. He is a wealth of information and is always pushing himself to learn more and explore more. If you want more context on what we are talking about, start here: http://regenerativesoilscience.com/Like.Subscribe.Share.Watch this Interview on Youtube:http…
 
Lauren Abda is the Founder and CEO of Branchfood, the largest community of food entrepreneurs and startups in New England, and Co-founder at Branch Venture Group, an angel network for investment in early-stage food startups. Prior to Branchfood, Lauren consulted for foodtech businesses in Boston and San Francisco, worked as an analyst for Salt Vent…
 
A conversation with Dan Fitzgerald, founder and managing partner Regen Ventures on investing in regenerative technology by putting nature first. ---------------------------------------------------- Join our Gumroad community, discover the tiers and benefits on www.gumroad.com/investinginregenag. Other ways to support our work: - Share the podcast -…
 
In this episode Charlie chats to Nick Mace. Nick and his young family are currently transitioning their mixed enterprise farm in Western NSW to more regenerative practices, primarily initiated by a health scare some years ago which has changed the way they engage with Nature, graze their livestock, steward their landscape and feed their children. A…
 
In this closing episode for O Tātou Ngāhere ~ Our Forest, host Vincent Heeringa is joined by an accomplished panel of experts featuring Dame Anne Salmond, Distinguished Professor of Māori Studies and Anthropology at the University of Auckland, impact entrepreneur Nathalie Whitaker of Toha Foundry, Peter Berg the Chair of Tānes Tree Trust and brand …
 
A talk, organised by Fresh Venture Studio, on venture opportunities for a regenerative food system with Koen van Seijen as speaker. “What we absolutely need more of is people building things in the regenerative agriculture space. Entrepreneurial farmers, funds, investment vehicles, technology, food companies, everything we need for this revolution.…
 
Anthony Myint is an American restauranteur, chef, activist, author and food consultant. Anthony is mobilizing the restaurant industry to address the climate crisis by shifting acres from extractive to renewable farming practices. Please support this podcast by checking out Steward: https://gosteward.com/ EPISODE LINKS Zero Foodprint Website: https:…
 
A check in interview with another co-founder of Trailhead Capital Tripp Wall. Hear from Tripp how Provenance is key, time kills food, regenerative soil amendments are off ramps from extractive agriculture and, finally, how we need to be able to go long on investments. --------------------------------------------------- Join our Gumroad community, d…
 
In this episode Charlie chats to his good friend Marcus Pearce. Marcus was not necessarily destined for a life of health and wellness. However, meeting his wife Sarah, a stint at veganism, a fascination with longevity & quality of life and collating his research into his new book 'Your Exceptional Life' has put him squarely in that space. Marcus is…
 
In this episode host Vincent Heeringa is joined by a talented group of panelists. Annabell Chartres is a partner at PwC in Auckland, Kevin Prime is a multi-generational farmer in Northand, Waihoroi Shortland is recognised within Māoridom as one of the outstanding Te Reo Māori specialists and Dr. David Hall is a Sr. Lecturer at Auckland's University…
 
The Argument for Permaculture - It's more important now than ever!Join author, educator, and family guy, Matt Powers, as he dives deep into WHY Permaculture is what everyone and all systems can benefit from adopting as a lens for a better and brighter future - more freedom, liberty, equality, and happiness - it all springs from one wellspring sourc…
 
Francis Bucaille is a leader in the field of agronomy. Farmer, consultant, educator, author and owner of Gaiago, he has built a reputation nuancing some of the commonly held beliefs of regenerative agricultural practices. As a soil expert he talks about the key principles of agroecology, why fungi and lignin are so important, and how trees can help…
 
Regenerative Medicine Today welcomes Dr. Heth Turnquist. Dr. Turnquist is an Associate Professor in the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Department of Surgery, T.E. Starzl Transplantation Institute, with a secondary appointment in the Department of Immunology. Dr. Turnquist discusses his research in regulatory cell networks in transplan…
 
Dan Miller is Founder and CEO of Steward. Steward is transforming agriculture by equipping human-scale, regenerative farms with the capital they need to grow. As a private commercial lender, Steward provides access to flexible financing and expert support services, partnering with producers to scale their operations, improve the health of their lan…
 
Food security is not a sprint, but a marathon. A conversation with Kellie Walters, CEO of VRM Biologik, about the different processes and programs they provide on a smaller scale, regional scale, national scale to the Food and Agriculture space in Australia, Malaysia, the USA, and China. --------------------------------------------------- Join our …
 
Riley Gordon graduated with honors from Brandon University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics (Mathematics minor) in the spring of 2014. Then, in 2017 he completed a degree program at the University of Minnesota—Twin Cities, obtaining a Bachelors degree in Civil Engineering with Environmental Emphasis in water related topics. Coinciding w…
 
Amelia Nolan represents a new breed of wine maker, one with no preconceived notion of 'the right way to make wine'. Amelia is willing to explore the artisanal craft of natural wine making, initiating regenerative farming practices in the vineyard and combining it all with cutting edge technologies to create wine truly expressive of the site specifi…
 
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